The following are demonstration videos on how to use BellHawkRx to solve various inventory and work-in-process tracking problems. Except for the Introductory Video, you will need to register on our website (with your name and Email) to see these videos, if you have not already registered.
|License-Plate Materials Tracking: (17 minutes) In this overview Tutorial Video, we lay the foundation for the following videos by describing the principles on which license-plate materials tracking is based. License-plate materials tracking is the foundation on which BellHawk is based. It is also the basis of the GS1 standard for tracking and tracing materials in the global supply chain, which has been adopted by the FDA, DoD, FAA, and many other agencies, as well as ISO, for materials tracking and traceability. In this video, we discuss how BellHawk uses these principles to track the receipt of raw materials, their transformation into finished products, and the packing and shipping of these products into the upstream supply chain.|
|DSCSA compliant 2D barcode label generation made simple (6 minutes) In this demonstration video we use the BellHawkRx LP-MTS system, in conjunction with the BellHawk Barcode Label Printing Appliance (BLPA), to generate serialized 2D DSCSA compliant barcodes to apply to jars of pharmaceutical cream. We then demonstrate how BellHawk tracks the jars using their 2D barcodes as license-plate tracking barcodes, including packing the jars into cartons, generating GS1 SSCC barcodes, and their shipment to customers.|
|Laboratory Warehouse Management: (44 minutes) The BellHawk software is ideal for use in Medical, Laboratory, and Biotechnology applications as it provides both stock room and warehouse capabilities for use by organizations that need to maintain materials traceability records from when materials are received to their being used or shipped. In this demonstration, we use the example of a central medical supplies warehouse that has several subsidiary stock rooms at several laboratories. Materials are ordered and received and stored at the central location. They are then moved to the stock rooms at the clinics, where they used by laboratories.|