BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Dec 5, 2012) - Skycore LLC, the developers of codeREADr, a commercial barcode scanning & data collection app for iOS and Android devices, has today announced upgrading their app to enable the tracking and authenticating of assets against an on-device database hosting a million barcode values. Applications include the remote tracking of vehicles, pharmaceuticals and other goods when Internet access isn't stable.
"Our clients generally track assets in real-time against databases stored on our cloud-based servers or their own local servers. However, we learned that connectivity sometimes poses challenges for remote data collection. Our on-device database option addressed that concern but, on request, it's now enabled for large databases," said Rich Eicher, CEO, Skycore LLC.
For real-time tracking, if connectivity is unstable scans are stored on-device and synced when connectivity is restored. For on-device tracking, scans are validated directly against the on-device database, stored on-device and then synced when connectivity is available.
Optional GPS tracking is currently enabled on Android devices and will be for iOS during Q1/2013.
"Whether using a sales rep's subsidized phone or a smartphone, tablet or Android-OS mobile computer purchased for specific purposes, enterprises are increasingly using these devices for auto-ID and data collection. Our vision is to offer best-in-class tools for these new applications," said Eicher.
Please visit https://codereadr.com.
codeREADr is an innovative SaaS platform for cloud-based auto-ID and data capture (AIDC) solutions. It enables mobile apps to read, track & authenticate data-embedded barcodes & NFC objects. No CAPEX or training is required. Data-embedded objects may include tickets, coupons, inventory and virtually any asset as well membership, corporate, student, patient and other IDs, whether presented in print or mobile form.
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