Top Deployments

— July 06, 2011

writeresult, a provider of data management solutions for clinical research, has deployed digital pen and paper technology from Anoto and ExpeData to automate the process of capturing patient-reported outcomes during clinical trials. Increased consistency of patient measurements has been reported.

Texas-based commercial contractor SpawGlass has implemented F5v Tablet PCs from Motion Computing to save time, improve efficiency, and streamline project site management for its project owners while providing them with a portable asset solution.

In an effort to support warehouse, inventory, trading, and back-office applications for up to 3,000 workers in 30 locations from Alaska to Texas, Pacific Seafood deployed a ZoneFlex 802.11n WLAN from Ruckus Wireless. The indoor/outdoor WLAN is centrally managed.

The City of Fort Worth, Texas, has selected Radiant RFID’s Virtual Asset Tracker to inventory and locate all items purchased by the city using federal grant money, from radios to computers to the robots used by the bomb disposal unit. The city was able to go live quickly with the SaaS solution which included on-site training.

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