Webscan, Inc. announced the release of its versatile DPM barcode verifier, the TruCheck FlexHite, to market. According to company, it allows you to verify the most difficult placed direct part mark symbols with its adjustable height imager.
Microscan Systems, Inc. confirmed it has purchased the trade and assets of Label Vision Systems (LVS) Inc., a company involved in label inspection, print inspection, and bar code verification. LVS will be fully integrated into Microscan and the LVS name will become a brand within Microscan’s bar code label verification portfolio.
Cognex Corporation and Microscan Systems, Inc., announced a settlement on June 9 of all outstanding litigation between the companies.
Microscan, a technology producer of embedded clinical bar code readers and machine vision solutions for the life sciences, announced that it will demonstrate micro-sized OEM solutions for clinical instruments from booth #4349 at the 2015 AACC Clinical Lab Expo, July 28-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
Webscan, Inc. announced the release of a fully portable and fully integrated 2D bar code verifier, the TruCheck Rover. It is battery powered for portability and features integrated processing and touch screen display. Also, it is self-contained and easy to move around to where it is needed, according to the company.
By Robert Rack
On October 7, 2012, the bar code celebrated its 60th anniversary. And while PMP News is only celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2013, much of our reporting over the years has been on this automatic identification enabler.
|PMP News, March 1999|
Thanks to ISO 11607 and other milestones, medical device packaging has gained definite stature over the last two decades.
AIM North America (AIM NA), the Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility in North America, reports the following new committee leaders for 2013:
These industry experts have been elected chair of their respective committees for one year.
Cognex Corporation has integrated advanced 2DMax+ code reading software technology into the compact DataMan 100 and 200 fixed-mount barcode readers. With 2DMax+, the readers can now identify and decode severely damaged or poorly marked 2-D matrix codes. Most importantly, the barcode readers are unaffected by variations in lighting, marking method, code quality, or surface finish.