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Follow Landa as it features in the printing trade media. Get the latest analysis of the company’s activities by industry commentators as they cover our developments and progress.
09 February 2015 | PrintWeek
Being able to laugh at yourself is a key life skill, and Overmatter is happy to report that some of the industry’s big bosses are able to do just that. Two examples came at the recent EFI Connect user conference. EFI chief executive Guy Gecht and Landa boss Benny Landa had the audience in fits of giggles… Watch it (from about 29 minutes in).Read More
18 January 2015 | Print Business – UK
As the next step in its market preparation campaign, Landa is priming discussions about the design of efficient press controls with the publication of their latest white paper, “The Landa UX: Revolutionizing the Press Operator User Experience for Breakthrough Productivity”.
With the whitepaper endorsing that the operator cockpit will be an intrinsic part of the Landa press design, it throws open a debate about where best to place a press console.
15 January 2015 | Converting Today – UK
While touchscreen technology and UX innovation has come a long way in other industries, such as automotive, healthcare and financial services, the printing press room experience has remained largely unchanged for many years. Engaging with hundreds of press operators, Landa undertook considerable research and used its learnings to redesign a new UX from the ground up.Read More
15 January 2015 | Der Druckspiegel - Germany
Die Bedienung einer Offsetmaschine, so das Weißbuch, erfordert die volle Aufmerksamkeit des Druckers und zwingt ihn, während der gesamten Produktionszeit neben der Ausgabe zu stehen. Im Unterschied dazu bietet die S10 ein neues Bedienungskonzept mit "überlegener" Nutzerpraxis. Das Cockpit mache den Maschinenbediener wesentlich effektiver und erlaubt es ihm, zusätzliche Arbeiten zu duchzuführen, z.B. die Kontrolle der Druckausgabe, die Überwachung der Maschinenfunktionen und die Verwaltung der Auftragsliste. Das alles sei während der Produktion möglich, ohne nachteilige Auswirkungen auf die Produktivität und Druckqualität.Read More
January 14, 2015 | WhatTheyThink
Landa has released a new white paper, “The Landa UX: Revolutionizing the Press Operator User Experience for Breakthrough Productivity”, that explains why user experience (UX) has become such an important consideration for many industries—including print.Read More
January 14, 2015 | American Printer
The new white paper details how the Landa S10 press incorporates latest market leading UX technology and expertise - delivering for the first time, an extremely human-centric approach to printing.Read More
7 Jan 2015 | Indian Printer & Publisher
Benny Landa opens the hatches in this exclusive interview with industry analyst/consultant Andy McCourt. He reaches out; he talks directly like a real person and not in mystical corporate-speak; he puts on great shows, literally with song and dance as we saw at drupa 2012. But behind the razzamatazz there is Benny the businessman; Benny the inventor and holder of over 800 patents; Benny the thinker. He’s a team player but a leader too. In 2012 he set targets for the commercialization of Landa Nanography that he has failed to meet. But, there’s never been a new technology delivered on-time; as the poet Robert Browning wrote, “Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?”Read More
December 18, 2014 | WhatTheyThink
Following our publication of the latest update from Landa Digital Printing, published last week, I [Cary Sherburne] spoke with Benny Landa to clarify a few things.Read More
Dec 2014, Issue 10 |Vision Asia
For over two decades, his name has been a consistent feature in the development of modern digital printing technology. As entrenched, slow to change, firms played catch-up following the disruptive launch of the Indigo E-Print in 1993, a passing parade of CEOs, claimants to the crown, wannabes and try-hards have come and gone but one name has remained a constant; Benny Landa. He’s now into his second round of disruptive invention; having cashed in and sold the wildly successful Indigo to Hewlett Packard in 2002.Read More