Truck-mounted terminals can increase productivity

Oct 18, 2019 | Lift Trucks

Zetes, a European leader in automatic identification solutions and services for goods and people, has announced that its IND division has launched the IND FTF3475 terminal. This rugged truck mounted terminal has advanced touch screen technology designed for mobile data capture and picking applications.

Manufactured in Germany by IND and supported through Zetes’ pan-European sales and service network, IND terminals have earned a reputation for quality, combined with low total cost of ownership.

As rugged mobile data capture devices, IND terminals enable customers to maximise their existing investment in forklift terminals (FLT) fleets – through uninterrupted workflow for picking, put away and loading applications. This results in significantly improved operator productivity, accuracy and increased health and safety.

Ergonomically designed to fit inside the smallest cab spaces, or to be utilised as a rugged laptop, a feature of IND terminals is their ability to be custom made for individual user requirements. The devices are available in a wide range of screen size options; offer flexible mounting options using a wide range of accessories and brackets and incorporate built-in safety features like motion sensitive screen dimming for improved driver safety. Additionally, working directly with IND’s development team, it is also possible for users to collectively input into future product designs.

Martin Schoen, general manager of IND comments: “We have sustained this important commercial relationship because IND terminals are of a very high build quality, can be customised to suit every customer requirement and integrate easily with Zetes’ other data capture and identification solutions. We are delighted to launch a next generation terminal and confident it will be very well received in the marketplace.”

The FTF3475 device is available in a 10.4in screen size from October 2010. FTF3470, FTF3480 and FTF3485 with 8, 12 and 15in options will be available by the end of 2010.