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  • Cardiff NHS awards first UK Digital Pen contract for use in A&E to DevelopIQ

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    Date : 17 January 2013

    We are delighted to announce that the Accident and Emergency (A&E) department at Cardiff University Hospital (CUH) have awarded a contract to DevelopIQ to deliver Anoto digital pens, the PaperIQ digital pen platform and digitised casualty cards (CAS Cards) to effectively manage, digitise and track patients' movements through the A&E department. Whilst there has been wide spread adoption of digital pens in the healthcare industry, Cardiff A&E department is the first Accident and Emergency department in the UK to use digital pens.

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  • PSNI complete deployment of 4,000 digital pens

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    Date : 10 January 2013

    We are pleased to announce that the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has now completed the roll-out of Anoto digital pen technology to 4,ooo front line police and Criminal Investigation Department (CID) officers. The digital pens are initally being used to record witness statements and make the associated information available as quickly as possible across the entire police force in the country. This deployment, which is the largest digital pen roll-out in the UK is based on DevelopIQ's PaperIQ Enterprise Server digital pen platform.

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  • DevelopIQ in TechWorld Double

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    Date : 15 September 2012

    At the TechWorld Awards dinner in Mayfair, London on September 13th, DevelopIQ won "Mobile Working Project of the Year" for its work with the Gwent National Frailty Programme in Wales. This was the second successive year that DevelopIQ has won this prestigious award.

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