RECENT PRODUCT NEWS
A range of mineral ceiling canopies and baffles described by their UK manufacturer, Zentia, as ‘market-leading’ has just been launched.
XYZ Reality, the ‘transformational construction technology’ company behind Holosite, reportedly the world’s first Engineering-Grade Augmented Reality platform, has launched what it claims is 'the most accurate AR headset for construction'.
The paper fire logbook, a critical link in the safety of millions of UK buildings, has been ‘updated and made fit for modern safety’, claims digital fire and safety records specialist, Tio Fire Systems, with the launch of its Digital Fire Logbook.
Preventing slips and trips in a healthcare facility is key to protecting patients – and especially those particularly vulnerable to falls, as well as visitors and employees.
Bender says it has received ‘an overwhelmingly positive response’ from hospitals to the ‘premium’ PACS console used to equip operating theatres.
The University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust (UHL) has procured Ingenica Solutions' 360 IM technology ‘for a 360-degree view of costs to track and trace stock, and to improve visibility and control across the supply chain’.
The Goupil G6, a ‘100% electrical utility vehicle’, is now available in the UK from Bradshaw Electric Vehicles.
Dräger says it new ceiling supply units, Ambia and Ponta, available in a variety of colours, and featuring ‘user-friendly ergonomics’, are designed to make workflows in the operating theatre, neonatology, or intensive care unit more efficient.
C-TEC has released an updated version of its NC951 accessible toilet alarm kit.
Fitting a new life safety system to any public space can be complex, but when undertaking this task in a hospital, during a pandemic, the complexity increases tenfold.
Forbo Flooring Systems’ innovative Modul’up range is ‘the perfect solution’ if you’re looking to replace floorcoverings quickly and with minimal disruption, the company says.
Global Healthcare Exchange's new GHX Procure platform is a cloud-based requisition / inventory management system which gives healthcare organisations real-time visibility of inventory, and allows automated purchasing of supplies and medical devices.
CARE, a new solution that the UK parking solutions firm says will enable healthcare facilities to manage their own parking system simply and effectively, and support a better patient, visitor, and staff experience, has been unveiled by APT Skidata.