This Saturday the Dutch are celebrating “King’s Day”. Especially for this royal occasion, the team behind the revolutionary Postal Sorting Cabinet (Prime Vision, PostNL & Zwartwoud), have customised a version as a tribute to King Willem-Alexander.
The Prime Vision Sorting Cabinet concept offers a cost-effective method for automating mini-processes. The original idea for the Sorting Cabinet comes from PostNL as a means of processing registered mail. The frame of the cabinet is designed and manufactured by the Dutch company Zwartwoud. From this hardware base, Prime Vision can then integrate the mail identification functionality required, from barcode reading through to OCR and indicia recognition. The graphical user interface (GUI) can be with touchscreen and/or keyboard; additionally the specification may also include sort-to-voice and sort-to-light technology.
Apart from the sort location displayed on the central touchscreen GUI, additional sorting assistance for the operator can be incorporated. For example, this could be via light guidance to a precise sorting slot and/or an audio announcement through stereo headphones.
The Sorting Cabinet saves you time, money and quality; form and functionality is built to your exact requirements. Do you need more mail slots or perhaps painted a lovely shade of purple with a gold trim? Your customisation wish is our command!
Happy King’s Day!