OMRON Digital Thermometer Wins iF Product Design Gold Award; HEM-1010-E Blood Pressure Monitor Also Recognized.
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JCN joint communications network (US DoD) Newswire) - Omron Healthcare Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary Wholly Owned Subsidiary
A subsidiary whose parent company owns 100% of its common stock.
In other words, the parent company owns the company outright and there are no minority owners. of OMRON Corporation (TSE See Tokyo Stock Exchange.
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2. See Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE). :6645; ADR ADR - Astra Digital Radio : OMRNY) today announced that its i-Temp digital thermometer thermometer, instrument for measuring temperature. Galileo and Sanctorius devised thermometers consisting essentially of a bulb with a tubular projection, the open end of which was immersed in a liquid. (model MC-670-E), which will debut in Europe this October, won a Gold Award at the iF Product Design Awards 2007. In addition, the Company's SpotArm i-Q132 digital blood pressure monitor (model HEM-1010-E), to be launched in the region this June, was recognized with a general prize.
The prize-winning thermometer is the European version of model MC-670, which went on sale in Japan in November 2004. Sharing many features with the MC-670 - a flat tip that allows users to hold it comfortably in the armpit arm·pit
The hollow under the upper part of the arm below the shoulder joint, bounded by the pectoralis major, the latissimus dorsi, the anterior serratus muscles, and the humerus, and containing the axillary artery and vein, the infraclavicular part , a large, easy-to-read LCD and a sleek body that fits easily in the hand - i-Temp will be released in Europe, the Middle East and Africa Europe, the Middle East and Africa, usually abbreviated to EMEA, is a regional designation used for government, marketing and business purposes. It is particularly common amongst North American based companies, who often divide their international operations into the this October. The only gold winner in the Medicine/Health care category, i-Temp was highly regarded by iF judges for its large LCD, which is designed for easy reading by users of all ages.
MC-670 designer Fumie Shibata of Design Studio S said, "Thermometers are everyday household tools, so ease of use was my primary goal. I wanted to design a thermometer that is easy to hold, fits snugly snug 1
adj. snug·ger, snug·gest
1. Comfortably sheltered; cozy.
2. Small but well arranged: a snug apartment. See Synonyms at comfortable.
a. under the armpit and features a display that is easy to read. Omron wanted the thermometer to express the concept of 'a mother's love', offering the maternal warmth and trust that people need when they are ill."
The SpotArm i-Q132 digital blood pressure monitor is the European version of a model that was released in Japan in September 2006. Featuring a cylindrical cuff ergonomically designed to ensure users maintain proper posture for accurate measurement, SpotArm i-Q132 can record blood pressure data taken in the morning and evening to calculate an average value, helping users detect 'morning hypertension'*.
This year's iF Gold Award is the latest in a long list of accolades presented to Omron in recognition of the company's outstanding product design. As well as a previous iF award for its Ear Thermometer (model MC-510), Omron Healthcare alone has won coveted cov·et
v. cov·et·ed, cov·et·ing, cov·ets
1. To feel blameworthy desire for (that which is another's). See Synonyms at envy.
2. To wish for longingly. See Synonyms at desire. Japanese Good Design Awards 31 times in the past. In its other businesses, Omron has received Good Design Awards for the user-friendliness and aesthetic appeal of its railway ticket gates and industrial automation products amongst others. This international acclaim reflects the company's long-standing commitment to incorporating Universal Design (UD) principles into its products as it strives to realize the 'best matching of machines to people' and contribute to society through its business operations Business operations are those activities involved in the running of a business for the purpose of producing value for the stakeholders. Compare business processes. The outcome of business operations is the harvesting of value from assets .
* Morning hypertension - Relatively unknown to most consumers, morning hypertension refers to a spike in blood pressure in the morning. Studies have shown that morning hypertension can significantly increase the risk of stroke by as much as three times.
About the iF Product Design Awards
The iF Product Design Award is presented annually by Industrie Forum Design in Hannover, Germany. With a history dating back to 1953, it is one of the world's most prestigious design awards. Industrial products from all over the world compete for awards in 12 categories, including health care, consumer electronics and office supplies Office supplies is the generic term that refers to all supplies regularly used in offices by businesses and other organizations, from private citizens to governments, who works with the collection, refinement, and output of information (colloquially referred to as "paper work"). . This year, 2,293 products from 35 countries competed for an award. Of the 756 products that went home winners, the 50 that scored highest in shape, performance, creativity, safety, environmental friendliness were honored with a gold award at the annual awards ceremony, held in Hannover on March 15.
About OMRON Corporation
Headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, OMRON Corporation is a global leader in the field of automation. Established in 1933 and headed by President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. Hisao Sakuta, OMRON has more than 30,000 employees in over 35 countries working to provide products and services to customers in a variety of fields including industrial automation, electronic components, social systems (ticket gate machines, ticket vending machines, and traffic control), and healthcare. The company is divided into five regions and head offices are in Japan (Kyoto), Asia Pacific (Singapore), China (Shanghai), Europe (Amsterdam) and US (Chicago). For more information, visit OMRON's website at www.omron.com
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