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    Large DIY chain uses the MioWORK™ L135 running ERP / POS software as part of their in-store timber cutting service.  When a customer wants to have a type of wood cut to a custom size, the store worker uses the integrated 1D/2D BCR to scan and identify the requested item and then enters the dimension data in the system using the L135. Once the cutting job is completed, the L135 is used to print out a customer receipt using a Bluetooth® SATO mobile printer. The customer then takes the receipt to the cashier to fulfil the payment.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • Integrated 1D/2D barcode reader
    • Large and clear 10” touchscreen
    • IP67 and 1.2m drop spec housing
    • Good integration of SDK
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    MioWORK™ L135's  are used – alongside MioWORK™ A235’s - in a large supermarket distribution centre as part of their quality control system. The integrated 1D/2D barcode reader is used to identify the specific fruit or vegetable item being checked after which the items record and product information is shown on the tablet (i.e. country of origin, supplier, date of arrival etc.).

    Subsequently, a manual quality check is performed on the food perishable and if necessary, the 5MP rear camera is used to record evidence such as spots, bruising or mould on fresh vegetables or fruit. Subsequently, findings are noted down in the system record, evidence is attached and a ‘flag’ is raised on the system. Through this system, the supermarket is able to keep track of the quality of incoming food and work together with suppliers to maintain the high food standards expected by their customers.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • Integrated 1D/2D barcode reader
    • Integrated HD rear camera for evidence capture
    • Extreme operating temperatures
    • IP67 and 1.2m drop spec housing
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    Hundreds of MioWORK™ L135’s equipped with a bespoke HACCP solution for hygiene and food traceability are currently deployed at grocery chain stores. Having a robust and reliable system for the traceability of food throughout all stages of production, processing and distribution is paramount and is required by law.

    The cloud-based system replaces outdated systems such as hardcopy paper traceability sheets and checklists, eliminating the chance of losing or misplacing records needed to prove compliance to the Food and Hygiene authorities during surprise inspections. Additional single-user login provides stores with complete and up to date product traceability overview of staff activities for accountability.

    The system simplifies and optimizes mandatory daily tasks such as expiry date checking and sanitary checks, leading to significant savings in time spend and employee costs, whilst greatly reducing the amount of expired goods needing to be disposed of.

    Calculated on the basis of a 2000m²-sized store, an estimated yearly saving of €27.000 can be realised.

    The L135’s rugged features such as IP67 waterproof and extreme temperature operating range makes it ideal for use in an environment in which food perishables are handled – in and outside of refrigerator units. It’s integrated 1D/2D Barcode reader and cameras are used for efficient identification of food items or for evidence recording whilst integrated Bluetooth® BLE is used to connect the L135 to a portable printer used for printing of date labels or nutrition information on freshly produced items.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • Integrated 1D/2D barcode reader
    • Glove touch support
    • Extreme operating temperatures
    • Rugged IP67 and 1.2m drop spec housing
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    Thousands of MioWORK™ A235 and A505's are deployed primarily in Newsagents and Tobacconists throughout France. First deployed in 2015 using the A235, this project recently migrated to the A505 in combination with the BCR Pistol grip accessory for improved usability and efficiency.

    The A505 integrates the market-leading SE4750 1D/2D barcode scanner with PRZM intelligent imaging technology from Zebra. The solution is primarily used for inventory stock checks of incoming goods as well as on the shop floor, but is  also used as an extension of the POS system during checkout. Combining both elements provides shop owners full control of up-to-date stock levels. A case study in 2017 found that using the A235, shopkeepers saved up to 300 working hours annually in both time and wages. More information on this case study can be found here.

    Why MioWORK™ A235 / A505?

    • Integrated 1D/2D barcode reader
    • IP54/IP67 ruggedized housing
    • Large HD screen
    • Useful accessories including hand strap, charging cradles, pistol grip & protective caps
    • Ability to have dedicated OS interface*