About Newland. In the world of AIDC, Newland is one of the top players. We boast an extensive product range of OEM scan engines, stationary scanners, handheld scanners, mobile computers, micro kiosks and tablets. All are based on our own UIMG Image technology and 2D decoder chip. With the aim of making these devices accessible to businesses of all shapes and sizes, we’ve set out to make scanning simple.
Read more about Newland on the Newland EMEA website.
And then there was Ndevor.
Today’s business has never been more mobile. So we created a software that gives employees everything they need to make better business decisions, wherever they are. With the combination of Newland hardware and some of the most intuitive and powerful device management software, your team will stay connected, up to date, and get more done.
Software designed for the way you want to work.
About Ndevor. In 2020, Newland launched Ndevor, a device management software developed to take your Newland hardware even further. The tool is created and maintained by our in-house Android development team. They knit all the core elements of native Android, together with the unique applications built for Newland devices. Ndevor creates pathways in our operating systems to transport data and instructions to and from the Ndevor platform. This platform is held on a secure server and accessible from any online location in the world with the right security protocols.
Sometimes the best things in life are free.
Ndevor is a complementary device management software, designed to support our hardware. The Newland tool helps steer your hardware through its life cycle, from install to upgrade, through maintenance and then seamless migration onto the next generation of devices. Included with your Newland device, Ndevor won’t anchor you down like other subscription device management tools.
Changing what your Android device can do.
Launched on Android 8, Ndevor will continue to develop in time for our Android 9 and 10 releases. Work with popular Newland Android Mobile Computers such as the MT90 Orca and the MT65 Beluga, as well as upcoming devices like the N5S Minke, the N7 Cachalot Pro and the NFT10 Pilot Pro. Soon, it will even work with Micro Kiosks, including the NQuire 350 Skate, NQuire 700 Stingray and the NQuire 1000 Manta.