60 percent. employees logistics industry complains of pains in the wrists caused by too heavy or uncomfortable devices to scan bar codes. Users tested in their daily work three competitive tablets to scan.
Couriers, warehouse workers and delivery companies estimate that daily carry about 197 scans and the number is increasing every year by almost a quarter. As much as 63 percent. surveyed in the past 12 months had to deal with the pain wrists or arms caused by overload at work.According to a survey commissioned by Panasonic, field workers logistic expect better quality devices for scanning and reception of signatures, and the first point to the precise pen – 49 per cent. Of users believe that it should be better. In second place among the useful improvements workers exchanged barcode reader – an element that would improve 36 percent. users. On the other hand, 22 percent. It depends on better quality display, especially that it was easy to read in bright sunlight. Opinion Matters has carried out a test among warehouse workers, couriers and delivery. They were asked to test three competing tablets to scan bar codes in their daily work and evaluating their terms of ergonomics and ease of use. For the easiest to use recognized model of the profiled bar code reader – Toughpad FZ-N1. Almost unanimously they pointed to the device as the simplest solution for scanning. The study "Panasonic UK Worker and UK Manager Barcode Scanning Research" was conducted on a group of 500 employees the logistics industry in April 2016. Previously, in March this year. 8 employees tested three competing tablets with bar code reader, including Panasonic Toughpad FZ-N1. Both studies was conducted by Opinion Matters on behalf of Panasonic. Source: Press release.