Total Technologies® present at the Expo Shop Romexpo, October 9-11!

Total Technologies<sup>®</sup> present at the Expo Shop Romexpo, October 9-11!



Total Technologies®, with over 27 years of experience in the IT industry, is a company of the future, specialized in the integration of bar code technology equipment, Vocollect, RFID and Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR). We deliver complete digital solutions and automatic data processing through integrated applications into industries such as Retail, Courier, Logistics, Transport, Production, Distribution, Warehouse, Automotive, Health, Public administration.


During the Expo Shop 2019 event, Total Technologies® will display various types of equipment and solutions that help automate retail activities. This is a good opportunity for you to test the bar code readers, mobile terminals, bar code printers by Honeywell and the autonomous mobile robots by Fetch Robotics.

The Total Technologies® team of specialists will show you how the retail dedicated equipment works and will provide you with the expertise in choosing the right solution for your business. 

In our booth you can find the most frequently used products in the field of retail:

Honeywell ScanPal EDA51 is a high-performance device built on Android 8.0 operating system, which can be easily used thanks to its 5-inch touchscreen interface and octa-core processor. It offers high performance and is ideal for use in delivery services, field services and retail, helping to increase productivity and reduce working time.

Honeywell Dolphin CT40, built on Mobility Edge platform, supports up to 5 versions of Android and can be remotely updated. This is an elegant, enterprise-wide, fully-touch device for retail, transport & logistics and distribution applications.

Honeywell PC42D is a thermal desktop printer, reliable and easy to use, perfect for applications with limited space.

Fetch Robotics CartConnect is an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) that uses a suite of sensors and algorithms to perform tasks such as data collection and material transport in industrial units. The robot follows a map to navigate, using its sensors to automatically avoid obstacles.