October 17, 2017

Wirepas White Paper: Achieving automation with light process changes


Wirepas published a white paper yesterday on new possibilities in enhancing the already existing barcode systems used in asset management solutions around the globe. The white paper discusses in detail the financial and technical benefits of investing in an addition of a simple component, instead of replacing the barcode legacy system with a completely new solution.

The white paper introduces the multiple barcode processes that can be can enhanced with Wirepas Connectivity in warehouses, distribution centers, healthcare environments, postal services and manufacturing.

  • “Solving challenges in asset management shouldn’t be technology driven but solution driven. No technology can solve all the issues, therefore different technologies should be used side by side. A great example of combining two technologies is legacy barcode systems elevated with a Wide Area Mesh solution like Wirepas Connectivity. “, says Mirva Saarijärvi, Wirepas Product Marketing Director for asset management.

Wirepas Connectivity can automate and secure processes and at the same time provide more data sources for the business intelligence without disturbing the existing processes, with light infrastructure that is easy to install and needs very little configuration.

The white paper can be downloaded at https://wirepas.com/download/

Further information:

Mirva Saarijärvi, Product Marketing Director, Asset management, +358 50 420 3201, mirva.saarijarvi(at)wirepas.com

Wirepas in brief

Wirepas is focused on providing the most reliable, optimized, scalable and easy to use device connectivity for its customers. Wirepas Connectivity is a de-centralized radio communications protocol that can be used in any device, with any radio chip and on any radio band. With Wirepas Connectivity there is no need for traditional repeaters because every wireless device is a smart router of the network. The connected devices form the network – easy as that. Wirepas has its headquarters in Tampere, Finland and offices in Australia, France, Germany, South Korea, the UK and the United States.
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