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BellHawk Online Demonstration Videos

The following are demonstration videos on how to use BellHawk Online 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 Tracking Introduction to BellHawk Online: (9 minutes) In this brief introductory video, we provide an overview of the BellHawk software and explain how BellHawk Online enables manufacturers and other industrial organizations to easily transition from using paper forms and manual keyboard data entry to using technologies such as barcode scanning and mobile computing to track their operations.  This video also describes how BellHawk Online enables manufacturers,  food and pharmaceutical processors, construction and other industrial organizations to track their operations in real-time at an affordable cost and prevent expensive operational mistakes.
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License Plate TrackingLicense-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.
Simple WIP Tracking DSCSA compliant 2D barcode label generation made simple (6 minutes) In this demonstration video we use the BellHawk Online 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.
Making a Salad Using BellHawk RT-OPS to Track and Trace Food Processing: (33 minutes) This video uses the example of making a salad to demonstrate how to use the BellHawk software to track and control the manufacture of batches of food product. This use of BellHawk gives more fine grained tracking and traceability as it tracks and controls materials used to make each batch of product, as well as work-in-process and the customers to whom each container of materials, produced from the batch were shipped. This demonstration shows how BellHawk captures traceability as well as quality control data and how this can be used to rapidly trace forward from contaminated ingredients to the effected products and who they were shipped to.
Laboratory 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.
Simple Materials Traceability Simple Food Processing Tracking and Traceability: (28 minutes) This video uses the example of making chocolate covered strawberries to show how to use the BellHawk software to track what materials went into making which products. This includes using Julian dates and lot numbers to track which suppliers the materials came from and the customers to whom they were shipped.  This combination is ideal for the smaller food and nutraceutical manufacturers who want a simple-to-use system with minimal barcode scanning.
Making a Salad Using  BellHawk to Track Food Manufacturing: (30 minutes) This video uses the example of making a salad to demonstrate how to use the BellHawk software to track and control the manufacture of batches of food product. This use of BellHawk gives more fine grained tracking and traceability as it tracks and controls materials used to make each batch of product, as well as work-in-process and the customers to whom each container of materials, produced from the batch were shipped.
Bottle of Fruit Juice Processing Batches of Material with Recipes Imported from Formulator: (48 minutes) This video demonstrated how an energy drink formula and packaging bill of materials imported from the Formulator software is used to track the manufacture of energy drink by the BellHawk software. This includes  tracking the purchasing and receiving of raw materials, tracking the making of an energy drink mix, its quality control inspection, and its packaging into bottles. We also see how the finished products are picked, packed and shipped to a customer. The demonstration finishes with a look at job cost reports and materials traceability reports as well as other inventory and production reports.