Where technology meets design
- General Duty
- Mobile Computers
- Self-Shopping/Store Automation
- Retail Loss Prevention
- Fixed Industrial Barcode Readers
- Safety Light Curtains
- Machine Vision
- Laser Marking
Datalogic has a long history of innovative technology solutions for automatic data capture and industrial automation. The barcode readers, mobile computers, sensors, vision systems, and laser marking systems can be found in more than one-third of the world’s checkouts, airports, and mail sorting offices. With a comprehensive range of high-performance products for retail, manufacturing, transportation & logistics, and healthcare, Datalogic delivers solutions that work and results that matter.
Datalogic holds more than 1,000 patents. They’re known for continual innovation. We chose them as an Ideal Print Solution partner because we can count on Datalogic to identify emerging technologies and engineer them for effective, efficient problem-solving in the industries we serve. Our partnership gives us the power to tell our customers, “I can.”
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Tracking patients and laboratory samples in healthcare facilities is mandated in many jurisdictions. Datalogic offers a full line of fixed imagers and scanners as well as handheld scanners and mobile computers that are designed specifically for bedside point of care, prescription administration, patient identification, and laboratory sample traceability.
Medical device and pharma manufacturing and distribution brings life saving products to hospitals, pharmacies, care givers, and patients for administration. Assuring these products are manufactured to exacting specification requires Datalogic vision and marking system that properly dispense, track, label, and inspect medications and devices. Assuring these items are properly traced throughout the supply chain required Datalogic fixed imagers and scanners or its handheld scanning and mobile computers. These devices read and verify lot numbers, manufacturing information, expiration dates, and more stored on 2D bar codes at the device, carton, and pallet level.