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  1. Getting Past The Pain Of Paper In The Public Sector
    7/11/2011
    This guide focuses on the challenge that paper and capturing the information it contains still presents to public sector agencies. The ubiquity of paper in government increases the cost of providing services, locks agencies into slow and inefficient processes, and exposes them to greater legal and compliance risks. By EMC Corporation
  2. M84Pro Series
    7/1/2011

    When you need the muscle of an industrial printer, SATO’s M84Pro printer series is the one industry solution that customers around the world rely upon. Featuring its industrial full-metal construction the M84Pro has the strength to tackle the most demanding requirements on the shop floor, shipping dock, or any other harsh environment requiring dependable 24x7 operations.

  3. SATO M10e Wide Web Printer
    7/1/2011

    SATO's new M10e was designed with manufacturing applications in mind. This bar code printer creates labels up to a full 10.5 inches wide at a speed of up to 5 inches per second.

  4. White Paper: Gyro-Stabilized Turrets Provide Real Time Imaging
    6/28/2011
    There was a time when reconnaissance meant either multi-million dollar satellites snapping a few shots per orbit or pilots risking their necks to fly over hostile territory. Today, recon is dominated by UAVs, a much more cost effective approach that presents no risk to the operators, who are not only on the ground but frequently on the other side of the globe. By MicroMo Electronics, Inc.
  5. Gyro-Stabilized Turrets Provide Real Time Imaging
    6/28/2011
    There was a time when reconnaissance meant either multi-million dollar satellites snapping a few shots per orbit or pilots risking their necks to fly over hostile territory. By MicroMo Electronics, Inc.
  6. How Ruggedness Reduces TCO For Mobile Computers — VDC Research Presented By Intermec
    6/22/2011

    General-purpose PDAs and ruggedized enterprise mobile computers are made for separate markets, designed for different tasks, and vary by their size, weight, and materials. But the biggest difference between these device types is their total cost of ownership (TCO). By Intermec, Inc.

  7. AquaCarb® CX Series Enhanced Coconut Shell-Based Activated Carbon
    5/31/2011

    An excellent alternative to coal-based activated carbon for removing disinfection by-products and tastes/odors from surface and groundwater sources.

  8. AquaCarb® CX Series Carbons for DBP Treatment Datasheet
    5/31/2011

    Evoqua offers AquaCarb® CX Series coconut shell-based activated carbon, an alternative choice to coal-based carbon for removing disinfection byproducts and tastes/odors from surface waters and high performance VOC removal in groundwater sources.

  9. The Talking Warehouse: Understanding How Voice Unleashes Higher Performance In Product Distribution
    5/11/2011

    While voice-directed workflow has been a force in distribution operations for nearly two decades, it is still considered a young technology by many supply chain professionals. In a recent independent survey, only one in five supply chain managers claimed an awareness of voice. By Roger Byford and David Maloney, Intermec, Inc.

  10. Intermec RFID Readers
    4/21/2011

    Not all readers are created equal, and for good reason. The application, along with the information demands of your enterprise data systems, plays the biggest roles in determining the type of reader you need.