This online course covers statistical process control, a practical method used to monitor your operations to maintain the consistency of products and keep manufacturing processes under control. You’ll learn techniques to detect problems at the earliest stage, prevent them from becoming bigger issues down the line, and drive continuous improvement.
Eagle’s food x-ray inspection equipment is capable of contamination detection in condiments packaged in tubes, glass jars and plastic containers.
Corry Micronics, Inc. (CMI) offers a series of 52 GHz Waveguide Filters designed for operation in the 10 GHz to 60 GHz frequency range for cellular and satellite communication system, avionics communications, radar, and other high-power applications.
Datalogic offers a wide range of UHF RFID devices in multiple form factors and various technologies. These devices have been developed to satisfy RFID requirements in many industries and applications including: Retail In-Store (Real-time inventory, RFID Check-out and Security), Warehouse Management (Inventory, Shipping/Receiving manually or automatic) and Healthcare (Tracking and tracing of medicines and blood/specimens).
APG’s NetPRO® interface for cash drawers are available in both wired and wireless configurations and will communicate with retailer’s mobile POS devices for cash drawer control. NetPRO® cash drawers have the ability to collect transaction data, supplying the information necessary to identify security issues and to validate cashier training. NetPRO® cash drawer access alert features can activate security cameras, time and date stamp security video recordings, and broadcast alert messages to a store manager’s mobile devices.
Counterfeit medicines are now a worldwide problem. According to some estimates, more than 10 percent of all drugs in the global supply chain are counterfeit and, in some countries, much higher.
Types of communication protocols include signaling, authentication, and error detection and correction. This white paper outlines the most relevant parameters that determine whether a connector and/or a cable assembly can withstand a defined data protocol.
This white paper provides an explanation of the differences between validation, verification and routine performance monitoring as well as an overview of recommended test methods for different types of metal detection systems.
At shopping malls, consumers also are able to find various types of entertainment, dining options, spa services, childcare, etc. This white paper presents Bird’s Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) solution for meeting these wireless communications difficulties.
Staying on top of technology in a competitive market makes Crofter's Foods a leader in the organic and all natural food industries. Using the METTLER TOLEDO systems, Crofters is able to monitor and verify every product package meets their specifications and offer their customers the advanced tracking information they desire.
This white paper discusses sensor fusion, a process that merges data from numerous sensors to create a more complete understanding of the laser-enabled process.
Revman International’s investment in CYBRA’s MarkMagic paid for itself in less than six weeks.
This white paper talks about the important operating parameters to consider when choosing an amplifier, from operating efficiency and output power level to linearity and mismatch tolerance.
Review the need for rater training in clinical trials and review publications that report data on rater characteristics, training modalities and outcomes in terms of accuracy and reliability of clinical outcomes data.
This article will explore some of the key differences between the types of switches used in wireless test applications. Switch matrix configurations will be discussed, and a real-world switch matrix for a high-volume telecom test application described in detail.
In ophthalmology, lasers are used for refractive surgery to burn, cut, or remove objects to achieve optimal refractive power. This article discusses the use of excimer and/or femtosecond lasers in multiple types of operations to correct defective vision
With the increased willingness of consumers to shop online, e-commerce has also continued to flourish. Delivery logistics is the last mile in e-commerce supply chain. Its delivery services influence on whether the e-commerce vendors can get higher customer satisfaction or not. As a result, most delivery logistics companies provide handheld devices for their delivery drivers so that delivering goods to consumers on time and safely. In addition to displaying basic shipment information, the device can sort out the delivered goods through scanning barcodes, as well as instantly transmitting the delivery status to the back-end management system via wireless network or mobile network.
A new Barcode Assessment study conducted by AmerisourceBergen Corporation, McKesson Pharmaceutical and Cardinal Health, in collaboration with GS1 US, revealed that 74.3% of pharmaceutical barcodes scanned in the wholesalers’ facilities meet the 2013 Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) serialization requirements—a 54% year-over-year improvement when compared to the same study conducted in 2018.
TRG is pleased to announce the expansion of its UEM support services into Europe, after years of success in the US and Canada. TRG UEM Support (Unified Endpoint Management) is built to design, install, manage and optimize the use of UEM platforms across a broad range of devices and operating systems.
Logopak offers a variety of high-performance labelling systems to meet the demands of the food industry. At Anuga FoodTec (Cologne, Germany, 20-23 March 2018, hall 8.1, stand 58) the manufacturer will introduce its latest print & apply solutions for efficient labelling of a wide range of packaging types
Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. recently introduced three new series of miniature infrared (IR) receiver modules for IR remote control applications. Devices in the Vishay Semiconductors TSOP93xxx, TSOP94xxx, and TSOP98xxx series deliver improved dark-ambient and disturbed-ambient sensitivity to infrared signals, better suppression of RF noise, and excellent pulse-width accuracy.
Technology Recovery Group (“TRG”) is pleased to announce that it has established an in-house key injection facility (encryption services) and 40,000 square foot Retail Deployment Center, and is launching its newest service offering, TRG Payment Solutions.