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Honeywell has announced that its Adaptus Imaging Technology 5.0 was selected as the data collection technology in the HP Handheld sp400 All-in-One (AiO) wireless device.
The HP sp400 AiO integrates wireless communication, two-dimensional (2D) image scanning technology, and an inkjet printer for use in supply chain environments, including warehouse, fulfillment and package delivery. Designed for high-volume manual scanning and labeling in logistics operations, the HP sp400 AiO can complete more than 1,250 scans and prints per hour.
Honeywells Adaptus Imaging Technology 5.0 enables high-performance omnidirectional reading of linear and 2D barcodes, postal codes and optical character recognition (OCR) codes. It also offers advanced digital image capture capabilities.
Working with HP enables Honeywell to integrate our imaging expertise into the development of an innovative productivity-enabling device, said David Gantt, Vice President of OEM , Honeywell Imaging and Mobility. Users of the HP sp400 AiO can benefit from its combination of high-performance and intuitive usability in robust scanning and printing applications.
With the HP sp400 AiO, HP aims to provide customers with unmatched ease of use and data collection versatility, said Clay Higgins, director, Handheld Printing, HP. Honeywells leadership in applying imaging to data collection applications in transportation and logistics made using Adaptus Imaging Technology a logical choice for us.
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