Zebra Technologies Articles
Card printers recognised with 2019 iF DESIGN AWARD
Innovator at the edge of the enterprise with solutions and partners that enable businesses to gain a performance edge, Zebra Technologies, has announced the ZC100 and ZC300 series card printers have received the prestigious iF DESIGN AWARD in the discipline of product design.
Touch computer drives faster accuracy
Innovator at the edge of the enterprise with solutions and partners that enable businesses to gain a performance edge, Zebra Technologies, has announced that InPost, is using a Zebra solution as a key driver for international growth. The company has equipped 3,800 field service workers with Zebra TC56 touch computers with Android for faster, more accurate service results, reducing delivery times by up to ten percent.
Improving information management and patient care
Zebra Technologies has announced that Lancashire Teaching Hospitals National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust has deployed the Zebra’s MC18 and MC55 mobiles computers along with technology from Zebra partner, Ingenica Solutions for enhanced information management and patient care.
Enhancing patient care with healthcare printing solutions
It has been announced that Zebra Technologies is introducing two new healthcare barcode printing solutions, the ZQ600-Healthcare series label printers and ZD510-HC direct thermal wristband printer. The products enable the production of durable labels and patient identification wristbands used to accurately and efficiently pair patients to the correct medical records, care staff, medication and specimens.
Improving inventory management with Zebra Technologies
Zebra Technologies has announced that Taunton and Somerset National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust is using the Zebra MC18 mobile computer and technology from Zebra partner, Ingenica Solutions for inventory management. Based in the United Kingdom, the Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust implemented an electronic system that automatically replenishes inventory, replacing an existing manual process that led to overs...
Mobile technology will be commonly used at bedside by 2020
Zebra Technologies has announced the results of its Future of Healthcare: 2022 Hospital Vision Study, revealing the impact of mobile technology use in acute care hospitals. The research, which incorporates feedback from nursing managers, IT decision-makers, and patients, offers a different perspective from the front-line of patient care.
Nine in ten clinicians will use mobile tech at bedside by 2022
Zebra Technologies has announced the results of its Future of Healthcare: 2022 Hospital Vision Study, revealing the impact of mobile technology use in acute care hospitals. The research, which incorporates feedback from nursing managers, IT decision-makers, and patients, offers a unique perspective from the front-line of patient care. It also highlights the transformational power clinical mobility is expected to have on global health service...
Scan4Safety program has the potential to save lives and reduce costs
Leeds Teaching Hospitals National Health Service (NHS) Trust (LTHT) is currently using the HC100 printers and Z-Band Ultrasoft wristbands from Zebra Technologies Corporation as the core of its Scan4Safety program. This is a transformative effort to improve patient safety and hospital administration through better use of barcode technology with methods derived from the aerospace and retail industries.
Intelligent loading environments maximise performance and profit
A new SmartPack Trailer, providing the Transportation and Logistics (T&L) industry with real-time operational visibility has been announced by Zebra Technologies. This innovative technology lowers operational costs while improving efficiency in loading trailers along with load quality, staff training and safety.
Aiming to revolutionise warehousing operations
The TC8000 enterprise mobile computer from Zebra Technology Corporation aims to drive significant gains in productivity and decrease worker fatigue in warehousing applications. The ergonomic, lightweight TC8000 mobile computer offers a design that reduces muscle effort by eliminating the need for ‘tilt and verify’ motions warehouse workers repeatedly conduct with traditional devices.
Revolutionising sports in real time
Using location-based tracking technology is something that Zebra Technologies has been using for some time to help industries as diverse as industrial manufacturing, transportation and logistics to unlock business value. However, now the company’s RFID technology is being employed by the NFL as part of its ambitious Next Generation Stats initiative.