Barcode Scanning Goes Green
Barcode Dynamics is proud to announce that it’s taking orders for the new Honeywell Xenon 1902g-bf (battery-free) handheld barcode scanner. The Honeywell Xenon 1902g-bf is an eco-friendly, wireless scanner powered by super-capacitors - rather than lithium-ion batteries. The environmental implications of this innovative technology are enormous, as lithium-ion batteries are difficult to recycle.
The Honeywell Xenon 1902g-bf “is capable of scanning over 450 barcodes on a single charge, and can be recharged in less than 60 seconds via a powered USB port.” It also features low-energy Bluetooth technology with a general range of 10 metres, and a data rate of 130 Kbps. An added advantage of the Xenon 1902g-bf is that it’s lighter than many traditional handheld scanners – leading to greater user comfort and increased productivity. Like other Xenon handheld scanners, the Xenon 1902g scans both 1D (UPC / EAN) and 2D barcodes.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning are two of the hottest concepts in the world of technology at the moment. Both concepts have captured the popular imagination - promising a world of robots, self-driving cars and thinking computers. So what are AI and machine learning?
Going 3D - The Future of Barcodes
State-of-the-art 3D barcodes are set to revolutionise the pharmaceutical industry and play an important role in the fight against counterfeit goods. British company Sofmat – in collaboration with the University of Bradford – has created a 3D barcode prototype which it hopes to commercialise in the foreseeable future. Sofmat’s 3D barcode technology is designed to protect and authenticate valuable, mass-produced products such as pharmaceuticals, mobile phones, sunglasses and watches. Manufacturers are excited by the technology, as it’s extremely difficult to create or copy a 3D barcode.
Aruba Embraces IoT
Aruba, a world-leader in wireless network technology, has made the Internet of Things (IoT) a major priority for 2017 and beyond. The Internet of Things (IoT) - a concept which focuses on connecting physical devices to the Internet – has become one of the hottest trends in the world of technology. Aruba has developed a comprehensive suite of enterprise-grade products to take advantage of IoT and its endless possibilities.
Visit Us! At the eHealth Queensland Expo 2017
Bacode Dynamics is exhibiting at the eHealth Queensland Expo; a key event in the digital healthcare calendar.
The expo will be an action-packed one day event on Wednesday, 17th May which will bring together clinicians, healthcare professionals, IT experts, vendors, start-ups and academia to focus on digital transformation in healthcare. The event will feature a tradeshow and full program of conference sessions from experts in the industry, followed by presentation of the eAwards and a sponsored cocktail function.
eHealth and ieMR
Barcode Dynamics, which was established in 1997, is one of Australia’s leading providers of mobile data capture and labelling solutions in the healthcare sector. We partner with household names in the healthcare technology space – Zebra, Datalogic and SATO HealthCare – to deliver high-quality operational outcomes.
Barcode Dynamics plays an active role in Queensland Health’s integrated electronic Medical Record (ieMR) project. We supply “enabling” devices – specialised printers, wristbands and scanners – to a large number of hospitals, including Princess Alexandra Hospital, Cairns Hospital and Gold Coast University Hospital.
At Barcode Dynamics, we understand the healthcare sector and its unique operational requirements. Whether you’re after a wristband printer, a handheld scanner (with chemical-resistant enclosure) or a wireless LAN, Barcode Dynamics is your go-to mobile data capture and labelling specialist.