According to recent statistics, the handheld computer market is expected to grow to $3.3 Billion by 2029, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.2% from 2021 to 2026. The rise in demand for mobile computing devices in various industries, including logistics, healthcare, and retail, is driving this growth.
In particular, the logistics industry is increasingly turning to handheld mobile devices to streamline operations and increase efficiency. These devices are equipped with advanced technologies such as GPS, RFID, and barcode scanners, allowing logistics professionals to easily track and manage inventory, shipments, and deliveries in real-time.
Mini LiDAR™ is a miniaturized laser distance sensor that can be embedded into Android mobile computers. It features the iTOF laser module with the thinnest optical structure on the market, making it ideal for use in handheld devices with limited space. The device is complemented by Sizensor, an AI-based recognition application that automatically identifies parcel box corners on photographed images.
Together, Mini LiDAR and Sizensor can calculate the dimensions (LengthxWidthxHeight) of a parcel box in less than 3 seconds, saving 80% of the time and producing data-embedded photos for repeated use. This enables logistics professionals to complete the order fulfillment workflow more efficiently, reducing errors and improving customer satisfaction.
But Mini LiDAR's applications are not limited to the logistics industry. The device's miniature size and precise laser measurement capabilities make it ideal for use in a variety of applications. For example, gym equipment manufacturers are incorporating Mini LiDAR into new designs of smart weight-training machines to digitally analyze and precisely control workout targets. Semiconductor equipment manufacturers use Mini LiDAR as a wafer location sensor, detecting the wafer edges (in micrometer thickness) from the window of a vacuum chamber. And a renowned surgical equipment manufacturer has selected the infrared version of Mini LiDAR for its competent ambient light immunity, enabling it to work properly under extreme high illumination (160K Lux) for a shadow-free surgical lighting system.
The rise of handheld mobile devices in the logistics industry is a trend that is here to stay. Wiseome Inc.'s Mini LiDAR is a game-changer for logistics professionals, enabling them to accurately measure parcel box dimensions and streamline the order fulfillment workflow. With its miniature size and precise laser measurement capabilities, Mini LiDAR is poised to revolutionize a variety of industries beyond logistics. For more information and to purchase samples, visit the official Wiseome Inc. website.