Stamford, CT - Sonitor Technologies, the global RTLS technology leader, announced today that it has signed a distribution agreement with Hills Health Solutions to expand the availability of Sonitor's Real-Time Location System (RTLS) technology to the Australia and New Zealand healthcare markets.
Stamford and Oslo - Sonitor Technologies, the global RTLS technology leader, today announced that it has appointed Erik Fausa Olsen as Chief Financial Officer.
Stamford, CT - Sonitor Technologies announced today the introduction of the SmartTag Mini, the latest addition to the Sonitor Sense RTLS open integration platform. Incorporating Sonitor's proprietary ultrasound positioning technology, with Wi-Fi, and LF technologies, the new tag is the smallest full feature tag currently available on the market. Sonitor will demonstrate the new tag capabilities at Booth 6448 during the HIMSS 2015 (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) annual conference being held in Chicago from April 12th - 16th.
Stamford, CT - Sonitor Technologies announced today that it will introduce a new generation of efficient and versatile RTLS technology at the upcoming HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) annual conference being held in Chicago from April 12th-16th.
Stamford (January 13, 2015) Sonitor Technologies, the global RTLS technology innovator, today announced that it has appointed Carl Christian Gilhuus-Moe and Hans Thomas Holbye to its board of directors. Gilhuus-Moe and Holbye bring substantial global medical technology, business and finance experience to the Sonitor board.
Stamford, CT (November 18, 2014) - Health technology company Infonaut (www.infonaut.ca), a Sonitor Technologies partner in deploying advanced real time locations systems, has discovered through a University of Toronto study that hospital patients may be at significant risk of infection because of their own alarmingly poor hand hygiene. The study, published in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology entitled "Measurement of patient hand hygiene in multi-organ transplant units using a novel technology: an observational study", was undertaken in a Toronto hospital to analyze movement and behavior of hospital staff, patients and equipment. It relied upon Infonaut's Hospital Watch Live system running on Sonitor Technologies' ultrasound-based RTLS system.
Stamford, CT (March 18, 2014) - Sonitor Technologies, Inc., the technology leader in Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) in healthcare, today announced the completion of the installation of its innovative RTLS hardware technology at Sanford Health's new Moorhead clinic, scheduled to open at the end of April, 2014.
Stamford, CT (March 12, 2014) - Sonitor Technologies, a leader in Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS), today announced that is has expanded its board and executive leadership team to help guide the company’s strategy and future growth plans.
Stamford, CT, (January 27, 2014) - Sonitor Technologies, Inc., the technology leaders in Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) in healthcare, today announced it will expand its sales and service operations in the U.S. As part of this commitment the company has moved its headquarters to Stamford. Research and development will remain in Oslo, Norway. Anne M. Bugge, a medical technology company veteran, will oversee the expansion as Sonitor’s Technologies President and Chief Executive Officer for the Americas.
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