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Datalogic was founded in 1972 and had its origin in the optical sensor business, serving the Automation Industry. Towards the end of the 70s it moved into the field of bar code technology and very soon became the European leader in industrial applications.
Today, Datalogic is a world-class producer of bar code readers, data collection mobile computers,
RFID systems and photoelectric devices for detection with corporate headquarters in Bologna, Italy. The company has over 2,000 employees in 30 countries, over 1,000 partners worldwide, eight research and development labs with 300 engineers, and offers outstanding solutions for many industrial sectors, from manufacturing to transportation & logistics and retail.
Datalogic's mobile computers include pocket-sized to full-alpha-keyboard hand-held devices, industrial PDAs, pistol-grip terminals, vehicle mounted computers and a very complete choice of middleware solutions that guarantee our partners and endusers the highest level of compatibility and openness to industry standards.
With a strong presence in the Americas, EMEA region and Asia/Pacific and a powerful network of partners all over the world, Datalogic Mobile has an impressive track record of growth and a firm position among the worldwide market leaders on the rugged mobile industry.
As for the US operation in Oregon — Datalogic ADC, Inc — it started as Spectra-Physics Scanning Systems Inc., which employed over 500 assembling scanners. New York-based PSC Inc. bought the company in 1996, and Datalogic bought PSC in 2005, renaming the Eugene division Datalogic ADC.
Datalogic offers a number of state-of-the-art handheld computers, ranging from the small, slender (but very rugged) Memor with its speedy 624MHz Marvel PCA310 processor and Quad Band GSM/EDGE voice data capability; to the compact Skorpio that has an integrated 38-key alphanumeric keypad for rapid data entry; to the versatile Falcon 4410 that's available with a variety of keyboards and keypads; to the modern, versatile Kyman; to the tiny Datalogic Formula that adapts to any situation and fits into a shirt pocket.
Pistol grip computers
Depending on the application, a pistol grip can greatly enhance job ergonomics and reduce fatigue. As a result, Datalogic offers Pistol Grip versions of its Skorpio, Kyman and Falcon 4400 handhelds, and also a special version of the Falcon platform that's optimized for pistol grip operation, the Falcon X3.
Vehicle mounted computers
Many mobile field applications require vehicle-mounted computers, and for those applications Datalogic offers the R-Series of ultra-rugged panel computers that come with various screen sizes, as well as the Rhino-NET vehicle mounted RF terminal with integrated keyboard and a half VGA diplay.
While all of Datalogic's computers and terminals a rugged and built to last, none more so than the Pegaso industrial PDA. Its durable construction and extensive elastomer overmold man it can easily handle 5-foot drops. It is also technologically advanced, with a full VGA display, GSM/EDGE cellular data, SDIO, and numerous wired and wireless options.
1505 Westec Drive
Eugene, Oregon 97402