MLIT magazine – June Special Technology report - Mobile Computing/AIDC (Data Capture)

June 2016 edition

Special Technology Report: Mobile Computing/AIDC (Data Capture)

Closing Dates: Editorial & Advertising 3rd June 2016

The June 2016 edition of Manufacturing & Logistics IT will feature a special technology report on Mobile Computing /Automatic Identification (AIDC) and Data Capture

The report will comprise analysis of a wide compendium of related technologies such as RFID, handheld devices including tablet PCs and truck-mounted units. The report will also look at how recent technological developments within the AIDC/Mobile Computing space are directly benefiting end-user organisations within manufacturing, field service/ logistics and retail – both in terms of usability and business/cost advantage.

A number of prominent industry spokespeople from the research, consultancy & vendor community will consider topics such as:-

  • What are some of the current key talking points and/or innovations/developments in AIDC/Mobile Computing; and why?
  • The relationship between AIDC/mobile computer/RFID systems and back-office systems (such as ERP, CRM, WMS, Supply Chain Management, Transportation Management, etc.)
  • Thoughts regarding the current trend for technology ‘Convergence’ within the AIDC/Mobile Computing marketplace at the moment?
  • Innovations/developments to look out for over the next year or two regarding the AIDC/Mobile Computing/RFID space.

To participate and showcase your solutions please contact Tel: 01707-664200 /

Subscribe to the magazine here to the receive the June 2016 Issue with the full report

Other technologies/solutions included in the June 2016 issue are:
Manufacturing/ERP, Advanced Planning, Forecasting, Supply Chain Management, Printing & Labelling, Voice Directed Picking, WMS, & Transportation Management

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