Datalogic Memor: The pocket sized mobile computer from Datalogic Mobile expands

Datalogic Mobile announces the availability of Datalogic Memor™, its powerful pocket size mobile solution for Field Force Automation. Datalogic Memor™, a compact and light weight mobile computer, maximizes its form factor for ease of use and convenience without compromising durability.

The Datalogic Memor™ packs technology into a pocket sized computer excelling in Field Force and Transportation environments where ruggedness, ease of use, processing power, and real time data transfers are critical. The Datalogic Memor™ combines a Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system, an imaging bar code scanner and cellular communications.  Ample memory and a powerful processor make Datalogic Memor™ the tool of choice for delivery, service, sales, replenishment, and transport applications.

 

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The GSM radio using Edge data provides a broadband cellular connection for real time voice and data transactions. Mobile workers can stay connected to the enterprise and be contacted on demand. Built in signature capture functionality is ideal for delivery verification and recording transactions. Image capture via the 2D scanner can be used for troubleshooting in the field, or recording the damage of goods. The Datalogic Memor™ extends its power with a Bluetooth wireless device manager. Trouble free connections can be established with GPS receivers for route planning, receipt printers and headsets for hands free communication.

“The Datalogic Memor™ has been a runaway success for Datalogic Mobile, easily exceeding our expectations. The next generation version anticipates how the Datalogic Memor™ can be used in Field Force Automation. Feedback from our partners on this approach has been tremendous. We look forward to seeing how this new device’s convergence of technology pairs with their solutions to deliver unprecedented value to our end customers.” David Paufler, Datalogic Mobile Senior Product Manager.

Datalogic Mobile, part of the Datalogic Group, is a global player in the Rugged Mobile Computers market, offering a full range of products, dedicated to the main target application fields: warehousing solutions, field-force automation and retail in-store.

Enterprise Business Solutions, Datalogic Mobile Business Unit, is a leader in the development of complete Self-Shopping solutions and Consumer Relationship Technologies for the retail world with the Shopevolution™ offer.

With our strong presence in EMEA, Americas and Asia/Pacific and the powerful network of partners all-over-the world, Datalogic Mobile has been able to show an impressive track record of growth, permitting it to be one of the fastest growing companies in the industry and to be positioned among the worldwide market leaders.

Datalogic Group is a world-class producer of bar code readers, data collection mobile computers, RFID systems and photoelectric sensors for the industrial automation sector. We offer innovative solutions for many industrial applications, from manufacturing to transportation & logistics and retail.

Datalogic S.p.A. has been listed on the STAR segment of the Italian stock exchange since 2001 as DAL.MI, with headquarters located in Lippo di Calderara di Reno (Bologna). Datalogic has over 2000 employees worldwide in 30 countries, in Europe, Asia, the United States and the Pacific Rim.

The Group invests about €30 million per year in Research and Development and has a large and growing portfolio of more than 850 patents in the world.

In 2008, the Datalogic Group achieved revenues for more than 379 million Euro with a net profit in excess of 17 million Euro.

For further information:

Datalogic Mobile – tel. + 61 3 9558 8755, e-mail: pr.mobile.au@datalogic.com, www.mobile.datalogic.com

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