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  1. Five Things To Consider When Using Tablet Computers In Forklift Applications
    8/1/2012

    This white paper reviews some of the important differences between tablets and purpose-built computers for forklifts, and presents the five key issues that must be considered when assessing tablet computers for forklift operators.

  2. Integrated Connectivity Technology For Mobile Workers
    5/30/2012

    Today’s mobile worker needs an array of communications tools, including access to broadband internet, Wi-Fi service for local area networks including hot spots, Bluetooth connections for wireless connections to peripherals and global positioning to aid in going from location to location.

  3. Rugged Tablet Computers - Lessons Learned And Design Responses
    5/30/2012

    Since the days of the ancient Egyptians, paper has been the medium of choice for capturing data. Today, paper –
    in the form of notebooks, maps and photographs, to name a few – is being rapidly supplanted by digital technology. The computer has moved from the office into the field.

  4. Sweet Success - Rugged Mobile Computers Pay Off For Sugar Producer
    5/29/2012

    In order to cope with a hot, dusty and dirty environment that is also subject to rain blowing through elevator windows, U.S. Sugar selected the ARMOR X10gx rugged tablet computer from DRS Technologies, which was built on years of military and commercial heritage.

  5. Why Tablet Use Will Continue to Grow
    5/29/2012

    The tablet computer is enjoying unprecedented popularity thanks to the iPad and its imitators, as well as a rich heritage of rugged tablets supplied to military, public safety, and commercial users for more than 20 years. The tablet form factor is expected to continue to show strong growth, not only in the consumer market, but also in mobile enterprises.

  6. Demystifying Ingress Protection
    5/29/2012

    Rugged tablet computers, which must resist water and dust, are often ranked by ingress protection (IP) ratings which specify the environmental protection provided by an electronic enclosure.

  7. Get A 'Bundle' And Receive Valuable Benefits: Preloaded Data Collection Software Can Help With Automation
    5/16/2012

    A growing number of small to mid-size businesses are considering mobility solutions as the means to automate,  increase productivity and eliminate errors in their business processes. This white paper examines challenges confronting small to mid-size businesses interested in mobile solutions as a means of escalating productivity.

  8. The Cold Hard Facts: Using Rugged Mobile Computers In Cold Environments
    2/22/2012
    Coats, hats and gloves are essential in order for warehouse workers to function more than a few minutes in cold storage areas.
  9. A Distribution Hub Uses Wireless Handhelds To Reduce Pallet Discrepancies
    7/5/2011
    The increasing functionality of mobile automatic data capture devices has enabled enormous benefits in terms of productivity and accuracy across the transport and logistics sector. Pall-Ex implements a new track and trace logistics solution that improves customer service and virtually eliminates the task of creating revenue change request documentation. By Honeywell
  10. A Supermarket Chain Lets Its Employees Choose Its Latest Handhelds
    7/5/2011
    The supermarket chain Minipreis, based in East Westphalia, Germany, is making use of automatic identification technology. Honeywell’s Dolphin® 6100 mobile computer is improving efficiency in its stock management system and is proving very popular with its operators. By Honeywell