The system software configures including: Operating system: WINDOWS 2000X SERVER

Data Base: MS SQL SERVER 2000X

Warehouse Management System

Equipment Control System

Radio Frequency System

The management system architecture diagram as bellowing

HuaRuiDe owns automated warehouse management software and scheduling software with independent intellectual property rights, which can integrate standardized design with customized development. Using the workflow model to construct the application system model, follow the modern logistics concept, put forward a comprehensive and complete system solution, and integrate the automation storage and automation production logistics organically.

Our WMS system can manage the whole process of cargo input, output and handling, support batch management and material tracking, including the processing of normal business process, abnormal process processing, emergency task processing, material access path tracking, alarm and other graphical interfaces, and the information of inventory, cargo and storage area can be intuitionistic. Graphical management, inventory and real-time display of the situation in the library; support customer custom statistical queries, statistical daily, monthly, annual, data Excel text import and export; WMS can maintain independent operation mode, also can be combined with the underlying equipment, related software systems, and the use of RFID technology, one dimension and two-dimensional bar. Shape code technology, fast and accurate positioning, and efficient data acquisition and information processing.

Huaruide WMS is a star network structure, including network server, RF server, management computer, monitoring computer, outgoing and storage base station RF and RF hand-held terminal.

The system software configures including:

Operating system: WINDOWS 2000X SERVER

Data Base: MS SQL SERVER 2000X

Warehouse Management System

Equipment Control System

Radio Frequency System

The management system architecture diagram as bellowing:

 

 

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