Haldor Advanced Technologies, a US-based device technologies provider, has signed a cooperation agreement with Device Technologies for the distribution of its RFID solutions in Australia and New Zealand.
ORLocate solution uses RFID technology to track, manage and analyze surgical instruments throughout sterile processing departments and operating rooms.
Haldor Advanced Technologies CEO and president Rubi Halberthal said that the Device Technologies’ distinguished reputation and leading position in the Australian and New Zealand markets in collaboration with the company’s breakthrough and leading technology in the field of surgical items management and tracking will bring significant value to hospitals in these two important markets.
Device Technologies Australia CEO Peter Ord said that the technology fits well with their positioning in the market and the company looks forward to a mutually rewarding partnership with Haldor.
Haldor and Device are now preparing the introduction of ORLocate solution in Australia and New Zealand, driven by the joined conviction that utilization of RFID technologies in the healthcare space will improve efficiency, elevate productivity and improve patient care.