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If you’re looking for a team that has a huge amount of experience in building and creating different electronic products, then you may be in luck.
This group is well adjusted to all the problems and obstacles that may arise when creating a product, but despite this they have fulfilled and completed a number of different projects that cover a wide range of niches.
Firstly it is worth noting that they successfully engineered an object that can successfully identify prints on fingers. This machine was built for use amongst security professionals in work places like theme parks and various transport terminals like airports.
The item that was custom built was remarkable and had many various uses and abilities. For example, the device had no issue with determining finger prints even if the person was wearing gloves or something else to cover their hands. Even more impressive than this, the device could still identify people even if their prints had previously been removed from their fingers.
Secondly, the team made a device that solved an issue that a particular hospital had. The hospital needed to be able to keep track over which of their staff and had been washing their hands regularly, and properly too.
The team, who like to call themselves loxley resources and shared services consulting, developed a unique soap dispenser, that had the ability to keep track of who had used it, via identifying with special wristbands that each member of staff had to wear.
Thirdly, the team was approached by a well known sweet and chocolate company that needed help with a potential promotion campaign they had in mind. The outcome of this request was the design of a fake chocolate bar that had the exact look and feel of an average bar you could buy in the supermarket or your local convenience store.
The point of this was to build a tracking device within this new, fake bar of chocolate. This would then be triggered as soon as it was purchased from any random store across the country. The company would then track the bar down via tracking, obviously find its owner, and reward them with a cash prize. Pretty clever!
Hey – This is Print Fancy aka William. I’ve started this blog because I’m a bit of a tech head and I wanted my own space where I could share my thoughts about new technology and what is currently exciting me.
I’m aiming to talk about a range things, from product reviews to rumours to my predictions for what’s going to happen in the future to the world of computer technology. I’m new to this whole blogging thing, so please go easy on me if you don’t especially like my writing.