I would recommend the Hamburger (are you sure its technically right name?- I have'nt heard by that name). It vastly gives you the description for each of your icons. It really has a better experience vs. bottom menu. Its sleek like a drawer. It carries more content for nav. and more number of items that seamlessly works as a mental model.
Now when you call it to be best - I assume you are looking at usability as well as experiential design.
The bottom menu may be mundane and ordinary. The sliding function makes it more horizontal in nature to pull the deck and then gradually move down vertically which means a lot easier to the user (mental model wise). Also the user's level of expertise is to be understood (hitherto mobile experiences are more of a free-hand trial and error) - but in case of shop floors the user will have a greater problem to slide this out everytime.
One drawback is that it hides (off) your main content as you digress into the navigation mode. But I do not see your context really a worry since you do not require a navigation pinned down as you look at the content - it can be independently understood.
Please also include the User Type/Persona that is aimed at in future since it helps to address the micro-nature of work.
Have a good time with your creative work!