The biggest wave in modern technology are drones. Whether they are used as a hobby, surveillance in law enforcement, real estate or just to get incredibly neat video or still pictures, drones are taking the consumer, commercial and professional market by storm!
Motorcycling is a thrilling and hard to forget adventure. A single ride leaves you yearning for more. Enjoying maximum freedom on the road and finding your way past the traffic is an experience you want to have. This is beautiful especially when you can take trips outside your local area. In the old days you had to prepare by looking at paper maps and charting your route. Today, you have a GPS that will keep you on the right path. Some bikes come with a GPS built in already or you can fit a GPS such as the TomTom Rider 400 or Garmin Zumo 595LM on your motorcycle to guide you.
You may believe that places where medical personnel work, like hospitals, ambulances, emergency rooms, or other clinical settings, are pretty much bacteria free. The truth, however, is another matter. Some of the worst bacterial infections come from these places, and no matter how hard anyone tries, coming in contact with a device that has been contaminated, could lead to a nasty bacterial infection.
Yes, there are anti-bacterial precautions taken at every medical facility, and for the most part they are effective. In an enclosed space, like a room or a bay, it is easier to keep things under control and have an anti-bacterial protocol intact that includes spraying, cleaning, frequent hand washing and masks. But in the real world, the world of an Emergency Medical Responder, or EMS for short, those types of precautions cannot always be adhered to.
Out in the Field
When an emergency call comes in, the EMS team rushes to take care of it. With them goes their gear, including the latest in touch-screen monitors, laptops, GPS systems, and tablets. However, a mobile unit that is constantly on the go does not have time to carefully disinfect the whole vehicle and the items inside after every patient.
Most of these medical devices are hands-on, so people are touching them all the time. It is extremely easy to pass infectious bacteria from person to display screen unknowingly. And with no time to clean, germs can be transferred that may potentially infect the user or the next patient, especially during cold and flue season.
What can be Done?
The NuShield Triple A anti-microbial film kills off 99% of bacteria on the display surface of a device, and it also resists fingerprints, scratches, and glare too. It is the perfect screen protector for places where multiple users have access to devices with LCD displays, exactly the kind of environment that is so common during EMS procedures.
Display screens provide a breeding ground for germs, but with the the Triple A film, you can stop bacteria in their tracks. Plus, the matte finish reduces glare, which is terrific for use in a vehicle, where you never know which way the sun might be shining, or how the overhead lighting might effect the screens visual clarity.
Perhaps better still, in the hectic situations that an EMS tech might find themselves in, with many people moving around in a confined space while several different pairs of hands are attempting to use different pieces of equipment, the scratch resistance becomes invaluable.
The NuShield Difference
In the hectic world of EMS technicians, there are times when life saving situations occur that are going on around them. They don’t have time to worry about germs, glare or scratches on displays. It is during these moments where NuShield Triple A film technology comes to the rescue providing an anti-microbial protection that is required.
The film installs easily and lasts a long time period. It can stand up to the most caustic disinfectants and the is currently used in hospitals and other health care facilities around the US and Canada.
How to Order NuShield Triple A Anti-microbial Protective Films
To better protect both the first responders and patients, make sure all of the devices in the EMS fleet are protected with NuShield Triple A anti-microbial films. You can select the brands and models of the fleet’s touch-screen monitors, laptops, GPS systems, and tablets, the Triple A film type, and the quantity you want delivered to you in NuShield’s online order form. If you don’t see a device’s brand and model number, provide the screen dimensions in NuShield’s Contact form. NuShield will contact you regarding costs and delivery information.
Electronic gadgets with glossy LED and LCD screens are finding their way into homes and work environments every single day. Farmers are no exception. When you are running your massive irrigator, spreader, or combine harvester, it’s critical to know your location in the field. GPS driven touch screens are a common technology utilized by many large-scale farmers to evaluate their sowing density, fertilizer quantities, and several other parameters to improve productivity through precision farming. These interactive touch screens generate harmful glares that when not controlled, can cause headaches and eye strains, especially inside a cab that has surrounding glass.
Precision Farming Helps Reduce Costs
Whether you’re working in a 10,000-acre rice field or a 5,000-acre wheat farm, you have to rely on electronic equipment to know your position on the farm and reduce operational costs and maximize profits. This is achieved by using GPS network to ascertain your position, identify where to plant different seeds, and efficiently harvest your yields.
These software functionalities can be rendered useless by strong sun glare. The sun rays penetrate through the cab window and the operator is not able to read the screen display. The glare can also bounce off the screen causing headaches to the driver. Wearing polarized sunglasses will help to eliminate the reflections from the display, but without the NuShield film, the display looks dark due to the polarization of the lenses.
Why Farmer are Turning to NuShield
The DayVue anti-reflective screen protector film has been designed to eliminate this problem. Whether it’s a John Deere, Case New Holland, Trimble, or an AgLeader device, the DayVue film provides the ideal solution that has been proven in practice. The film installs over the surface of the LCD display and virtually eliminates sun-glare that bounces off the screen. And because the film is circular polarized, you still see the display clearly while you wear polarized sunglasses.
The NuShield screen protector is manufactured with a low-tack adhesive rubber backing that attaches it to the display screen. This makes it easier to install the film on flat screen LCD surfaces and you can later adjust with ease if need be. It typically takes about five minutes to install the film and get rid of any bubbles. Additionally, the technology offered by the DayVue screen protection film provides functionalities for high contrast, brightness enhancement, clear visibility from all angles, and high durability.
The farming environment is associated with lots of dust, moisture, scratches, and gouges. The DayVue™ film is designed with a super thin, sturdy plastic based on a patented technology to provide protection against the rough outdoor conditions. It’s perhaps the only screen protection film that offers both anti-reflective effects with superior scratch resistance. The oil resistant coating allows easy cleaning of dirt, smudge, and dust off the screen.
This is a military grade film that is currently used on the battlefield by the US military to help them see their various devices during bright sunlight conditions. Now farmers can have the same advantage to fight the sun while cost effectively working the fields.
How to Order DayVue Anti-Reflective Screen Protectors
To save your eyes and enjoy the advantages of DayVue Anti-Reflective screen protectors for your GPS, order your film online. Select your GPS brand and model, the DayVue film type, and the quantity you want delivered to you. It’s that simple.
Spring little league and soccer training is here, and that means the kids are going to be out on the field learning the ins and outs of the game. And you want to record all the hits and the goals being scored. Continue reading Little League and Spring Soccer Parents Capture Better Practice Videos with NuShield DayVue Anti-reflective Screen Protectors
March madness is here, and for all you college basketball fans, this is the time of year you have been waiting for. Whether you are in the stands, out in the parking lot tailgating, or even at your schools or on spring break watching the games on a live streaming device, you won’t want to miss a minute of the action. Continue reading March Madness Seen Best With No Screen Reflections
As the northern half of the country turns to spring, golfers are starting to head towards the greens. It’s that time of year again to wipe down your bags, sort through your clubs, pick up some balls and head out to the range. Continue reading NuShield DayVue Screen Protector Can Help With Your Golf Swing
The moment Samsung, Sony or LG come with something innovative you can bet that the rest of the industry will not be left far behind. It should be stated, however, that 2017 has not been the best year regarding innovation. Given the fact that any progress made by TVs has continually been overshadowed by advancements made by smartphones and virtual reality sets, manufacturers have been forced to focus on the one thing that gives them an edge; the enhanced screen technology on large TVs.
When it comes to a fun, rough and tumble sport in an exhilarating environment, nothing beats skiing or snowboarding. Flying down hills, going over jumps, twists, turns, slaloms and every which way but loose!
Employee Appreciation Day
Looking for an appropriate gift to recognize and show appreciation for your employees? Give your employees NuShield Triple A™™ Anti-glare and anti-microbial screen protection. Your appreciation gift will reward them, as well as help them, by reducing eye strain from prolonged viewing of screen monitors. Continue reading NuShield Triple A Screen Protectors Make Perfect Employee Appreciation Gifts