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LinuxDevices: IDE Simplifies Linux Batch Data Terminal Programming

Jun 18, 2004, 08:30 (0 Talkback[s])

"Esfia has achieved the first stable release of its integrated development environment (IDE) for Intermec's uClinux-based CK1 batch data collection terminals... The IDE targets developers of custom data collection applications, including those without previous Linux experience.

"Batch data collection terminals are low-cost handheld devices commonly used by warehouses, delivery agents, and contract shelf stockers to manage and track inventory. Unlike more expensive connected (typically wireless) data terminals, batch terminals download data in batches, providing an inexpensive solution for applications that do not require real-time inventory control..."

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