The New University Hospital (DNU) in Aarhus will be fully supplied with state-of-the-art equipment and systems within a staggering 375,000m² building. With over 800 beds, 100,000 admitted patients and 900,000 outpatients a year at full capacity, an RFID solution has been chosen to handle logistical challenges with ease.
Read more about how Deutsche Post’s international hub in Frankfurt has implemented Lyngsoe Systems LS4200 RFID reader portals with integrated antennas in order to capture the ID numbers of tags attached to the small items that pass through its sortation system.
We are very excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website www.lyngsoesystems.com. The site features an uncluttered design, a black and white logo as well as including our new market unit colors and icons.
IATA’S Resolution 753 will come into effect in June 2018 and places obligations on IATA members to maintain an accurate inventory of baggage, by monitoring their acquisition and delivery from the moment of check-in. To learn more on how to future proof your business and become compliant with this resolution by implementing Lyngsoe LIVE Logistics™ watch the video.
To be closer to our strategic markets, Lyngsoe Systems has opened a sales office with showroom in Warsaw, Poland. The office is located 100 meters from the Polish Post main sorting center, 500 meters from the Agency for Restructuring and Modernization of Agriculture a 10 a minutes’ drive from the Warsaw airport.
Hospitals are now able to put intelligent tags on their hospital beds – also called bed touch pads. The touch pads make it possible for the staff to change status of the bed from 'ready to use' to 'in use' and more, while live monitoring the beds whereabouts, thus increasing both bed utilization and bed-flow raising efficiency and saving precious time.