Getting Started with Bar Codes: A Systematic Guide is the only book of its kind. It takes you step-by-step through the implementation of bar code systems. It is really a "How To" book. This book explains the technology, hardware, and software with words, pictures, and diagrams. Then it provides the checklists, project forms and recommended methods you can follow to define, design and successfully implement a system.
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RICHARD D. BUSHNELL is the recipient of the highest award in his industry presented to executives, scientists and engineers for outstanding contributions to AIDC technology and its use. Mr. Bushnell has lectured before many professional societies and events at colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad. He was selected to the College Industry Council for Material Handling Education (CICMHE), and was instrumental in founding Insight, the only vendor-independent AIDC support group.
Rick is a highly-respected author, material management system designer, and a sought-after lecturer. He has been interviewed on CBS Nightly News, ABC (Australian Broadcast Company) and by Investors Business Daily, Industry Week Magazine, PC Week, Nation's Business and OMNI.
Many well-known companies including Xerox, IBM, DuPont, McDonald's, UPS, United Technologies and VW as well as less-broadly-known companies have employed systems of his design. He has also been retained by Andersen Consulting and Sarnoff Research.
RICHARD B. MEYERS has had more than 30 years experience with multiple ADC technologies. He is a frequent speaker at major conferences like ID Expo, Scan-Tech and APICS International. Mr. Meyers has been closely associated with senior executives on a worldwide basis and has conducted seminars in numerous countries.
More than a dozen magazines and books have published his articles and he writes a monthly column. He is past Vice Chairman of the AIAG Bar Code Education Committee and a Charter Member of the FACT Data Identifier Work Group and the Generic Label Work Group.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
From Section 8 As the users go through the process of selecting the hardware and software items which will satisfy their requirements, they will find that equipment from several (at least two) different vendors are necessary. Because they will deal with more than one vendor, there is a need for you to be aware of the integration issue. Integration in this sense means connecting two or more devices from different vendors through the use of standard software. The simplest way to avoid problems with integrating equipment from various suppliers is to select software first, and then to select hardware that is supported by the software. This usually leads to a very workable PC-based solution.
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