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Lamborghini Teams up with Datalogic

The Gryphon™ bar code reader, by Datalogic ADC, a producer of Automatic Data Capture  equipment, is working  speed and efficiency linking up with the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series.

This top-of-the-line linear imager by Datalogic guarantees accurate and secure access control operations at the team and VIP entrances of this famous event hosted by Lamborghini and Blancpain.

The exceptional world-class car manufacturer, Lamborghini, gives drivers the opportunity to race in its one-make racing series once a year in the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo. The renowned competition features the Lamborghini track-modified Super Trofeo race car with four-wheel drive. This special model based on the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 is characterized by all the qualities for which Lamborghini is known: high performance, speed and elegance.

These qualities also define another famous brand that is participating at the Super Trofeo series this year. The Gryphon premium linear imager by Datalogic assures fast and efficient access control at the VIP and team entrances. Thanks to a collaboration with the event organizers, ExXtra Ideas srl and Produco International, the Datalogic solution is used for races all over Europe.

The characteristics of the Gryphon linear imager make it the ideal reader for events of this magnitude. Thanks to Datalogic’s STAR™ Cordless System, the Gryphon imager guarantees quick, reliable and safe data communication and control with no interference whatsoever. The Gryphon imager can also store an almost unlimited number of codes during a typical competition day. Datalogic’s reader incorporates a Lithium battery that permits up to 50,000 visitors to be scanned, providing the mobility needed within the racing circuit. Finally, Datalogic’s exclusive patented Green Spot technology, displaying a green spot on the code to indicate good read feedback, provides maximum productivity in noisy environments, such as in the racing paddock.

Bologna, Italy, May 29, 2012