Wearable customer solutions all the rage
Scandit, the developer of software-based enterprise barcode scanning and data capture technology for smartphones, tablets and wearable computing devices, will be displaying the dynamic abilities of its solution to support Google Glass and Samsung Galaxy Gear at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week
Demos on the Scandit booth (will show the latest developments to the Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK, including highly optimized support for wearable technologies. The focus will be on the potential that cutting edge mobile scanning technology delivers to enterprises in wide-ranging sectors including retail, manufacturing and logistics.
Customer usage scenarios will be illustrated and supported on the booth by two of Scandit’s trusted integration partners, Swiss-based youngculture mobile, and US-based DXY. This will provide visitors with a unique opportunity to experience how Scandit’s technology is currently being utilized for self-scanning, mobile shopping and mobile point of sale through to inventory and asset management.
“We will be demonstrating how both Google Glass and Galaxy Gear can leverage our unique features, such as blurry scanning and dynamic range capability in a wide range of scenarios,” commented Samuel Mueller, CEO at Scandit. “But we are also keen to show visitors the breadth of applications for which the Barcode Scanner SDK is already being used by prestigious brands around the world.”
Scandit’s mobile scan technology is licensed to over 10,000 organisations internationally, and the company works closely with developers to ensure its features and functionality are suitable for enterprise and consumer applications.
“In the retail market in particular, there is a strong drive towards empowering the consumer so that they can retrieve and act on product information delivered via self-scanning devices,” continued Samuel Mueller. “This functionality, plus the ‘hands free’ inventory management, procurement and asset tracking that will be enabled by wearable device scanning will be the key focus for Scandit at Mobile World Congress.”