January 17, 2018: CAMBRIDGE, MA — January 17, 2018 — QubeVu®, creator of the world's fastest dimensioning technology, and Newcastle Systems have won Material Handling Product News' Product of the Year Award in the Automatic Data Capture category. The Atlas Series Mobile Dimensioning Stations™ bring the speed and accuracy of QubeVu's DimStation® wherever it's required – a big productivity boost for warehouse and distribution centers.
Now in its third year, the MHPN Reader's Choice award invites industry input to select the best innovations in material handling equipment. In announcing the winners, organizers of the contest commented, "This award honors those products and companies whose innovations have improved materials handling systems and equipment within manufacturing, distribution centers and warehouses."
Omar Dajani, QubeVu Sales Director, says these award-winning mobile dimensioning stations address efficiency concerns cited by warehouse and DC managers – long measurement times, special placement requirements, and systems that can't measure poly-bagged or irregularly shaped items. "QubeVu DimStation is the only dimensioning system that delivers sub-second dimensioning of irregular shapes without any special alignment. These mobile workstations are particularly attractive to high volume operations where increases in per-product measurement times of 3-5 seconds add up to lost hours every day," says Dajani.
About Newcastle Systems
Newcastle Systems, Inc. is a provider of workplace mobility solutions that include a range of mobile carts for every workstation need with a unique, integrated power system that enables companies to maximize workplace efficiencies with minimal investment. Newcastle Systems mobility solutions are in place around the world helping reduce footsteps in warehouses, speed up receiving, picking and shipping operations, improve staffing efficiencies on retail floor, and provide convenience and ergonomic benefits for employees in manufacturing, education, distribution, military and government sectors.