U.S. technology company HP plans to unveil its mobile printer, PrintOS at the forthcoming Drupa 2016 international trade show scheduled for May 31 to June 10, this year.
PrintOS, an Internet-based wireless printer is designed to simplify and automate print production management by allowing users to send data to the printer with their mobile devices.
HP said that this printing revolution is a quench for the company’s quest to make printing service easier for printing service providers and individuals.
HP says that Drupa 2016 which will be hosted by the company’s Graphics Solutions Business for the first time, will be an avenue to demonstrate how print service providers can reinvent their opportunities using the new HP digital print technology.
According to Rob Le Bras-Brown, Global Heads of Print Marketing at HP, “HP is bringing the full power of our vast portfolio of digital printing solutions to drupe 2016, featuring breakthrough innovations.”
“With today’s introduction of HP PrintOS and more ground-breaking pre-drupa announcements to come, HP is following through on our promise to keep reinventing with advancements across application segments that truly enable our customers to reinvent their possibilities”, the company says.
In addition, PrintOS Internet/cloud connectivity allows customers to monitor print status remotely as well as track and improve production performance overtime.
“We run a multi shift, multi press operation at ProCo, yet we have not previously had a window into the production performance of our digital operation”, said Graeme Parry, Production Director, ProCo.
“PrintOS offers anytime, anywhere access, enabling more visibility than ever into our business. Not only are we using PrintOS to drive better print performance, but it’s also helping to raise the bar of our staff, empowering operators with the right tools to better oversee production. It’s fantastic”, he adds.
The company that PrintOS is ideal for PSPs of all segments and sizes for use with HP Indigo, PageWide, Web Press, Scitex, and Latex digital printing technology.