In the Field

Technology Takes A Ride

11/27/2013
The relatively easy, (yet perhaps annoying) task of taking a cab in New York City creates a problem for a person with limited sight. Creative Mobile Technologies set about to change the system.

A Cab Company's Secret Weapon

10/21/2013
“Repeat that?” It’s a common phrase among fleet drivers, trying to hear what dispatch might be saying. When messages are streaming live, miss one and communication goes out the window.

New Solutions for Working in the Field

10/14/2013
Motion Computing introduces its next gen rugged mobile tech platform, new imaging, long range UHF RFID tag reader software and multi-tablet battery charging accessories.

Rugged Mobile Computer for Android and Windows

10/8/2013
Intermec introduces the new CN51, offering the choice of either operating system on a single device. Designed for flexible application support, the solution is geared for use in direct store delivery, transportation and logistics and field service operations.

What Rugged Really Means

10/7/2013
"Ruggedish" devices are a new trend, but there’s a big difference  between consumer devices that can take a beating and real rugged devices that can take a hit.

New Scanphone Automates Data Collection

9/27/2013
Honeywell has released the Dolphin 60S, a device which blends the capabilities of a consumer smart phone, rugged mobile computer and barcode scanner.

Fighting Crime with Mobility

9/19/2013
Disconnection was foiling law enforcement work, so the St. Paul Police Department implemented a network performance management solution from NetMotion Wireless.

Major Inventory Streamline

9/12/2013
As a result of using Intermec mobile computers to automate its processes, military support provider reduces the amount of time to complete annual inventory from 6 months to 7 days.
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