MGI’s Ceradrop Announces Three New Orders for Printed Electronics and Intelligent 3D Printing Applications
MGI Digital Graphic Technology, through its subsidiary CERADROP, signes three equipment orders from major international research centers in the field of Printed Electronics and Intelligent 3D Printing.
The Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne (EPFL) has acquired a Ceradrop X-Series Inkjet (...)
AIM, the leading industry association and worldwide authority on barcode, RFID, RTLS and mobile computing, recently announced the formation of the RAIN RFID Alliance, bringing together industry leaders dedicated to promoting the international adoption of UHF RFID. The name RAIN, which stands for (...)
For Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) 2013 was a year of upheaval, with a Management Board reshuffle and other forward-looking strategic decisions. Sales were held almost steady, dropping two percent to 1.75 billion euros. The three business units – Banknote, Mobile Security, and Government Solutions – (...)
Datalogic is happy to announce the opening of a new office in Istanbul. With the new office in Turkey, Datalogic is further expanding its direct presence within the EMEA (Europe, Middle east and Africa) region and local customer and market needs. The Turkish office will be fully equipped and ready (...)
SMARTRAC has announced its co-operation with sensor specialist RFMicron. Goal is to jointly develop smart sensing solutions integrated in passive RFID, which enables affordable and robust sensor technology without battery lifetime worries.
Both companies are already working on spearhead projects (...)
Sato announces their revolutionary, new CL4NX series of industrial thermal barcode printers, capitalizing on their 33 years of innovation and expertise as the pioneer in thermal barcode printing since 1981.
The CL4NX is Sato’s first truly universal printer engineered for the ultimate operator (...)
Transaction strengthens Zebra’s asset tracking portfolio to create a global leader in Enterprise Asset Intelligence for the Connected Age.
Motorola to become singularly focused on driving continued leadership in mission-critical communications for Government and Public Safety customers
On its new report, called Wearable Technology 2014-2024: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts, IDTechEx looks at the big picture of wearable electronics for the first time. And it comes with a cautionary message
Blenheim Palace was looking for a robust mobile computing solution that would seamlessly integrate with its existing ticketing and admissions software. Blenheim Palace turned to Box Technologies to help it improve visitor services by deploying and supporting tablet PCs from Motion Computing
2013 was an outstanding year for 3D printing, with share prices of the listed companies doubling or more, conferences on the subject proliferating, and media attention exploding. So what does the year ahead hold for the industry?
Menlo Worldwide Logistics is implementing a radical new product picking regime involving ‘Pick to Light Carts’ developed by warehouse system integration specialist Inther Logistics Engineering. The system has been operational at the global logistics company’s Maastricht (Netherlands) facility since early December and is to be rolled out across its international network in the coming month
The large cell phone and computer manufacturers are increasingly launching smartphones and other mobile devices that are rugged, or rather “ruggedish”. Handheld’s founder and CEO Jerker Hellström takes a look at the reasons for this trend and where it might leave the traditional rugged computer makers. He also explains what rugged really means