Panasonic Europe has announced the acquisition of Alan Dick Communications, a leading UK technology integration specialist providing end-to-end telecoms-based services to the transportation and mobile telecoms sectors.
The acquisition of Alan Dick Communications (which will trade under ADComms), which includes ADComms’ companies IPS, AIB, and Rail Order, provides Panasonic with an opportunity to expand into the rapidly-growing rail market, incorporating mainline rail, London underground and other light metro infrastructure in the UK.
Panasonic has today (Friday 1 April 2016) announced the creation of a new European solutions company that will bring together its various business products and develop world class solutions for its customers, offering a single point of contact and accountability.
Panasonic System Solutions Europe (PSSEU), a division of Panasonic Marketing Europe, founded on 1 April 2016, develops market specific solutions that include Panasonic devices, software, connectivity and third party products, delivered with world class design engineering and project management.
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The Tohoku region has very few radiation specialists, one per hospital at the very most, which makes the sharing of treatment methods and clinical case studies an urgent necessity. This led us to start examining the use of communications with high-quality images and sound to link medical institutions in remote areas.
For almost 90 years, Zurich Engineering has been helping businesses identify, manage and control risk. As part of Zurich, a leading commercial insurer in the UK, the division’s 500 engineer surveyors perform upwards of 3.5 million safety inspections a year on items ranging from escalators, elevators and industrial machinery to kettles and computers. Zurich Engineering plays a vital role in ensuring that its customers protect their employees, the public and their businesses; therefore, Zurich takes no risks when it comes to choosing a mobile computer for its surveyors.
With a total of some 6,500 employees, the Generali Group is Austria’s third largest insurance company and the country’s biggest provider of non-personal insurance. Generali provides car insurance to 1.1 million customers, and handles more than 300,000 claims a year. The strong team of automotive assessors – responsible for ensuring repairs are carried out quickly and payments made promptly – are all equipped with Panasonic CF-M34 Toughbooks, rugged laptops developed by Panasonic especially for use in punishing real-world environments.
Several years ago, Marcus Larsson, a surgeon at Helsingborg General Hospital, initiated a project with the aim of making doctors' clinical preparation and follow-up work more efficient. Thanks to the Toughbook CF-H2 Healthcare tablet, he now has access to "medical records on his lap" and can carry out his work in a simpler and more flexible way - something which even the patients benefit from.
The 58 Barloworld Handling technicians have been bringing along their Panasonic Toughbook CF-19s to customers since the beginning of 2011. Interventions are processed completely electronically, reducing the amount of manual
The name Fassa Bortolo evokes connotations of the company's professional cycle racing team. But be-sides that, Fassa Bortolo also moves the Italian building material market: the company from Treviso ranks among the market leaders. Its product range comprises of lime, plaster, colours, floating floor screeds, construction glue and products for the renovation of wet masonry. In 2004, Fassa Bortolo earned a total turnover of 245 million Euros.
E.ON Ruhrgas AG is one of Europe's leading gas companies and together with their associated companies they offer a comprehensive range of services and products for the transportation, storage, marketing and usage of natural gas. The activities of E.ON Ruhrgas AG concentrate
Armed with the Toughbook CF-18, Profectis technicians have an all-in-one classic notebook and tablet PC that can hold up under even the most brutal conditions. Thanks to the screen's swivel turning action, it can be easily snapped into
the ideal position with the flip of a wrist. And it's the only convertible PC that's perfect in constantly changing environments-from warm laundry rooms with high humidity to cold dusty basements.
This pushing of boundaries is inherent in the adidas brand and it is this sort of thinking that runs through the Brand Centre, which acts as the venue for the company to meet with its European key customers to display both its forthcoming products and to highlight its branding objectives.