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Momentum Warehouse Execution System
Momentum™ warehouse execution system (WES) by Honeywell Intelligrated is a feature-rich software platform built to address the escalating complexities in diverse and ever-changing distribution operations.

Smart Glasses: The latest weapon against downtime
Not every facility has experienced maintenance technicians at the ready. With a combination of video, augmented reality and more, smart glasses provide a direct link to remote technicians who know how to guide others to get equipment back up and running.

The Impacts of e-Commerce
Fulfillment challenges and priorities for e-commerce businesses.

8680i Wearable Mini-Mobile
Lightweight wearable computer cuts transaction times by 5 seconds.

Next-Level Productivity for Voice
Voice-directed picking and other types of voice solutions are proven in warehouse environments. But suppliers are now out to make voice-directed work even more productive with analytics and optimization, as well as improvements to the voice recognition engines.

Configurable Put Wall Systems
Whether DCs rely on operator-to-goods batch picking, disparate zone picking processes, or opt for the mechanized precision of an automated storage and retrieval system (AS/RS) for goods-to-operator workflow, put walls serve as points of demand consolidation to drive order fulfillment efficiencies.

The Connected Distribution Center
Combining machine-level sensors, smart controllers and connected devices, the Connected Distribution Center gathers data from key inputs to deliver vital information on asset health and facility performance in real time.

Pocket-sized, data-collection solutions for inventory, order-picking or shipping/receiving
Mobile computer, Data

Thermal Protective Cover for the Honeywell Compact 4 Mark III label printer
Keep label printers dry, warm in wet and freezer conditions

Cloud-based Safety Suite
RFID tags connect all worker safety gear for usage monitoring

Made From Scratch: Manufacturers set sights on direct-to-consumer (D2C) fulfillment
A predictable fold in the supply chain sees more manufacturers - at the behest of their top retail customers -pursuing direct-to-consumer fulfillment capabilities, a trend that is as challenging as it is rewarding.

Modex 2018: Trying to figure it out
The new technologies on display last week in Atlanta were exciting, promising and confounding for materials handling customers faced with a new set of distribution challenges

Honeywell Intelligrated’s Momentum WES connects orders, automation and labor
Honeywell Intelligrated (Booth B3239) offered a live demonstration of Momentum, its new software platform for distribution centers that streamlines and simplifies complex e-commerce fulfillment operations.

Robotics Materials Handling: The Future is Closer Than You Think
Robotics are being applied at a rapid rate inside warehouse, DC and fulfillment operations around the U.S.—and it may already be happening at yours.

5 food and beverage technology trends
As product storage, sorting and replenishment methods continue to evolve, food and beverage warehouses are embracing five technology trends.



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