Honeywell recently released the Granit 1910i, an industrial-grade area-imaging barcode scanner that’s ideal for withstanding harsh environments. The Granit 1910i is so tough, that it’s not only IP65 rated, but is able to survive 5,000 3.3 ft. tumbles and 50 drops to concrete from 6.5 ft.! In addition, the Honeywell Granit 1910i features:
Adaptus 6.0 Imaging Technology for aggressive barcode reading and unrivaled accuracy
TotalFreedom 2.0, enabling loading and linking of multiple applications to enhance image decoding, data formatting and image processing
High read rate on poor quality and damaged barcodes
Read range of 29.5”
Because of its durability, the Granit 1910i offers minimum downtime, lowering your total cost of ownership.
Barcoding, Inc. recently worked with Countermind, LLC to help launch the Donor Network of Arizon’s (DNA) “Swipe to Donate Life” application.
The app uses real-time data collection to better improve the organ and tissue donor registration process. Upon registering new organ donors, DNA employees and volunteers can scan the barcode on the registrant’s driver’s license through a sled accessory attached to a mobile device, such as the iPhone.
From there, fields on the registration form are automatically populated using data from the registrants’ license. Once the information is verified, the donors’ information is added to the DonateLifeAZ registry in real-time via Wi-fi. By pulling donor data from licenses, there’s no need for manual data entry, which saves time and reduces the possibility of error.
“Automating patient registration is just one example of the benefits that mobile data collection and barcode technology have to offer the healthcare industry. Whether collecting patient information at an immunization clinic or tracking administration of medication at a hospital, today’s most forward-thinking healthcare facilities are realizing the accuracy and efficiency this technology provides,” said Kenneth Currie, vice president of business development, Barcoding, Inc.
Intermec recently announced their Printer Trade-In Program for 2013. This year, you can trade in a competitive or Intermec pre-owned thermal printer and could receive a rebate of up to $525 off toward the purchase of a new Intermec printer.
If you happen to trade in an Intermec 3400 series printer for an Intermec PM43 series printer, you could receive up to $100 in additional bonus rebate money.
Intermec recently announced its implementation of the CN50 and CK71 rugged mobile computers with the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA).
Intermec worked with the PGA to deploy the new system for the 2012 PGA Championship. Volunteers used the Intermec CN50 to enter shot data in real-time. From there, the data is transmitted directly to the PGA’s on-site quality control experts and analyzed. The Intermec CK71 was used for scanning tickets at the gates.
“With the rugged design, extended battery life and high-performing scanning capabilities, the Intermec solution offered us the most intuitive choice for our team of volunteers to use seamlessly with very little training,” aid Lou Manz, PGA Director of Information Technology.