Manufacturing Solution｜RK95 Industrial Mobile Computer Proves to be Invaluable in Automobile Plants
RK95's Data Collection Capability Proves to be Invaluable in Automobile Plants
Known as a manufacturer of automobiles, motorcycles, and power equipment, this Japanese public multinational conglomerate corporation has been the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer since 1959. This motor company has three joint-ventures in China, with one of them made up of two operating plants located in Guangzhou. One of the plants actually supplies all the auto parts for the company’s business system in Guangzhou. The company reached an annual production capacity of 480,000 as of 2011.
The company has a wide variety of auto parts being supplied to its service points, thus receiving, stocking, and distributing are all obvious tasks for staff in each of its plants. The plant had been seeking a solution that would strengthen the supplying process until they discovered the CipherLab RK95.
The CipherLab RK95 is a powerful handheld terminal that enhances data collection with its advanced mobile computing platform. Also, its superior wireless options extend performance in any warehouse environments, bringing the productivity and efficiency to the next level. Running on the latest Android operating system, the RK95 fulfills the need for larger data collection with multiple keypad options and intensive scanning usage with versatile reader options that give users long distance barcode reading capabilities from 7.6 cm to 21.4 meters, making data process easy and fast.
Moreover, the CipherLab RK95’s IP65 rating, 1.8 m drop resistance, and ability to withstand 1,000 tumbles at 1 m help support productivity with full protection from water, dust, and accidental drops in any demanding work environment. Apart from its ruggedness, Cipherlab’s RK95 supports not only 3rd party software but also CipherLab's self-developed software utilities to boost business operation. To better satisfy clients' needs, CipherLab recommended its software provider replace the Windows operating system that the plant originally used with the Android operating system to align its warehouse management system with the CIpherLab RK95, thereby maximizing its effectiveness.