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Zebra Technologies

The company designs and sells printing devices that print labels, plastic cards, tickets, and receipts. The company also makes equipment to read barcodes with its acquisition of Motorola Solutions in 2014. Its Zebra Location Solutions unit provides asset tags, call tags, sensors, exciters, and software -- all of which use passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) to help companies track and manage assets. Zebra Technologies serves government customers and many corporate clients in industries ranging from health care to manufacturing to retail.

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  • United States
    1969
    Public
    NASDAQ: ZBRA
    $1-10b
    1,001 - 10,000
    Open website
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  • Zebra builds Tracking technology and solutions that generate actionable information and insight, giving companies unprecedented visibility into their businesses by giving physical things a digital voice.
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  • Zebra Technologies: Jaguar Land Rover Speeds Order-to-Cash Cycle
    At Jaguar Land Rover, vehicles physically move around the facility for testing, configuration setting, rework and rectification, leading to a longer search time to get each vehicle to its next process facility. The main goal is to minimize the vehicles' dwell time between end of line and the delivery chain which was previously a manually intensive process. Jaguar Land Rover's goal was to build on the success of an earlier RFID project and improve the efficiency of delivering vehicles to meet dealer orders.
    Zebra Technologies: Improve Postal Mail and Package Delivery Company Efficiency and Service
    Postal mail and package delivery company wanted to replace legacy yard management system, increase inbound and outbound yard velocity, improve priority parcel delivery time and accuracy, reduce workload and overtime, reduce driver detention and measure performance and utilization of yard resources.
    Zebra Technologies: Zebra Enables Efficient Communication and Collaboration for Parkland Health & Ho
    Due to the needs of its service area, the new healthcare campus doubled in size. With the vast size difference between the old and new hospital, Parkland had to address several issues — the most critical being adjustments in the day-today patient care provided by its clinical staff. The sheer size of the patient floors — nearly the length of two football fields — was a challenge. That size drove caregivers from a centralized care model to a decentralized one — creating the need to change how communication and collaboration happens.
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  • Zebra Technologies: WHERENET TAG
    WHERE NET provides you a world-class platform that enables accurate asset and personnel visibility solutions over long-ranges. Our products are designed for applications requiring the ability to sense objects and personnel across a large space, and for operations in all types of environments.Zebra's solution can be used over clients' entire facility, yielding maximun coverage. With maximun coverage clients will have visibility into your entire business and operations, providing clients with actionable data in order to make smarter decisions. Zebra’s advanced WHERE NET real-time location solution is capable of being read from over a mile away. This level of range will give your business the ability to track assets and personnel across a large facility or yard, allowing you to seamlessly forecast operations and improve efficiency.Zebra’s real-time technology will allow you to streamline and automate your business operations to harness the visible value chain for business intelligence. With smart operations your business will be able to execute and plan in real-time, increasing efficiently and creating new opportunities.
    Zebra Technologies: WherePort IV
    Zebra Location Solutions offers an indoor Ethernet enabled WherePort IV exciter. The WherePort IV is used to indicate proximity by triggering a WhereTag IV asset tag to transmit a series of 24730-2 or Wi-Fi CCX blinks containing the unique ID associated with the WherePort IV. These WherePort blinks provide enhanced visibility as an asset passes through the WherePort IV field. This capability is typically usedto capture activity at critical points of work, such as entry/exit gates, shipping/receiving dock doors, repair depots, and final assembly. Points of work can be defined in the Real Time Locating System (RTLS)software as two-dimensional zones. WherePorts enhance the system’s ability to track work-in-process even in areas where a full-locate RTLS reader density is not necessary.The WherePort IV can also enable or disable an alternate blink mode in a WhereTag IV asset tag. The alternate blink mode is typically a faster blink rate for a fixed time period, which provides enhanced visibilityupon entry or exit of critical points of work. The WherePort IV signal field is nearly spherical and its range is configurable from approximately 0.5 m (1.5 ft) to 7 m (23 ft). The range setting is configurable with 32 possible settings. Multiple WherePort IV exciters can be interconnected to provide a larger coverage area. The WherePort IV exciter is sealed against dust and water, and meets NEMA 12 specifications. The WherePort IV is designed for fixed indoor applications, and may be installed in plenum space. The WherePort IV offers a more streamlinedappearance than the WherePort III due to its smaller form factor.The WherePort IV exciter offers Ethernet connectivity for communications and configuration. It can also be configured with a WhereWand Configuration Tool. Power is provided to the WherePort IV by either an IEEE 802.3af compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) network connection, or a discrete power jack for non-PoE applications. Ethernet connectivity with the WherePort IV is not required for normal operations.
    Zebra Technologies: WT41N0 Wearable Terminal
    With the major increase in package volume driven by multi-channel support, demands for the ultimate in customer service and increasing regulations for traceability, you need to move more items through your warehouse or distribution center and capture more information about those items than ever before.With the WT41N0 Wearable Terminals Series on the arms of your workers, you will.These rugged devices will allow you to achieve maximum error-proof productivity, operational efficiency and accuracy through voice compatibility for streamlined warehouse and package handling functions. A full range of accessories future-proofs and protects this investment, allowing you to easily expand the functionality of this hip- or wrist-mounted device with cordless scanners and more.With the WT41N0, workers can keep their hands and eyes on the materials they are handling – no time is lost handling paper or a handheld mobile device.Supporting text only, voice only and combination text and voice applications, the WT41N0 eliminates the effort and cost associated with purchasing and supporting multiple hardware systems for different types of applications used in your warehouse or distribution center.Add a ring-style scanner worn on a finger and workers can capture 1D and 2D barcodes on the fly, able to document the path of that item for full traceability – and verify that the right items are in the right orders. Enhance locationing accuracy with the WT41N0 and MPact locationing and analytics platform using Bluetooth Low Energy/Wi-Fi hybrid technology for further improved associate productivity and asset tracking.
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