2/25/2004 - Demonstrating the depth and breadth of its industrial automation products, Intermec Technologies this week demonstrates new computers and RFID (radio frequency identification)-enabled accessories that help manufacturing companies implement lean and agile manufacturing processes and enterprise asset management.
Among Intermec products to be featured at NMW:
“The industrial automation landscape is changing rapidly and Intermec’s products and services are helping companies better manage their assets and processes,” said Tim Thul, Intermec industrial business development manager. “As the only company with a complete range of industrial data collection products and expertise – RFID, mobile computers, wireless communications, scanners, bar code printers and media, software tools and professional services – Intermec is helping manufacturers manage today’s automation challenges with products that can evolve to meet future needs as well.
Cisco Demonstrates Wireless Networking Products
Cisco Systems, a key Intermec partner, will be in the booth demonstrating its wireless networking systems. Intermec was recently named a Cisco Solutions Technology Integrator (STI).
Intermec Technologies Corp., a UNOVA Inc. (NYSE:UNA) company is a leader in global supply chain solutions and in the development, manufacture and integration of wired and wireless automated data collection, Intellitag® RFID (radio frequency identification) and mobile computing systems. The company’s products and services are used by customers in many industries to improve productivity, quality and responsiveness of business operations, from supply chain management and enterprise resource planning to field sales and service.
To learn more about how companies can benefit from Intermec’s supply chain technologies, contact Intermec Technologies Corp., 6001 36th Ave. West, Everett, WA 98203 USA; telephone 800-347-2636; or visit Intermec's web site at www.intermec.com. To learn more about UNOVA, visit www.unova.com
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