Partnering with Scandit™, Motorola Solutions have built support with their trusted scanning capabilities into the MOTOTRBO™ Ion smart radio. Motorola Solutions Ion users can map one of the device’s three programmable buttons to initiate a scan through the rear-facing camera.
Scandit’s Keyboard Wedge software delivers the scanned code to your application through a simulated keyboard, with no custom development or integration needed. Supporting all major barcode types Scandit’s SDK allows better application integration and enables further functionality, such as enhanced bulk scanning capabilities.
MOTOTRBO Ion’s camera-based scanning feature offers scanning capabilities on a tough device, connected to your private or public data network. Furthermore, the software-based solution is updatable for future enhancements and enhanced capabilities.
‣ Quick barcode decoding —fast response to barcode in view
‣ Scanning of damaged, tiny, and curved codes
‣ Scanning from various orientations and wide angles
‣ Long-distance scanning
‣ Low or poor lighting scanning
‣ Both one- and two-dimensional scanning
‣ Scanning of multiple codes at once
One of the three programmable buttons can be mapped to launch the barcode scanning application.
Using state of the art computer vision Scandit instantly recognises and reads barcodes. Throughout rigorous testing the Scandit software consistently outperformed other solutions for speed and accuracy, even on low-end devices that lack auto focus, and in difficult conditions:
‣ Low Light and Shadows
‣ Glare and Metal Reflections
‣ Skewed Angles
‣ Blurry Barcodes
‣ Damaged Barcodes
‣ Small & Unusual Barcodes
‣ Barcodes in Motion
‣ Batch Scanning
‣ Low Resolution Cameras
Worker smarter, not harder with state-of-the-art radio technology, connect with Radiocoms today to arrange a demonstration.
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