Intelligent Incoming Material Station, Incoming Material Registration Station

Manufacturers demand incoming material receiving, and labeling process that provide speed and accuracy to ensure their production volume requirements are met. It is part of the warehouse automation process.Several critical information is usually needed – manufacture identification, component part number, lot number, needs to be applied consistently and reliably no matter the shape, size, or surface of the material received. Unrecognizable or poorly labelled products can lead to waste, and downtime.Neotel understands the challenge facing manufactures on the material receiving process, they need to be accurately recognized and efficiently processed. Hand-labeled or antiquated processes are arduous and expensive. Whether you need a semi- or a fully automated solution, we possess the industry knowledge and experience to work with you to implement a smart material receiving solution for your specific situation. That means you will be able to increase your throughput, reduce cost, and decrease waste or loss due to human error.

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Neo Scan helps users with the SMT material receiving process. Specific supplier material code in the format of 1D/2D can be recognized and useful field extracted for unique material code reasons.

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Neo Scan Plus automate your SMT material receiving process and relabel process. It can handle batch SMT reels. AGV ready!

Incoming Material registration refers to the process of tracking and documenting the materials that are stored in a warehouse. This can be important for a variety of reasons, including inventory management, quality control, and regulatory compliance.

There are several ways to automate the material registration process in a warehouse:

  1. Barcode scanning: Using barcode scanners, workers can quickly and accurately record the arrival and departure of materials from the warehouse.

  2. Warehouse management software: Warehouse management software can be used to track and manage materials in the warehouse, including recording the arrival and departure of materials, generating reports, and identifying trends and patterns.
  3. Internet of Things (IoT) sensors: IoT sensors can be used to automatically track the movement and location of materials within the warehouse, providing real-time data on the movement and storage of materials.