Top Deployments - September 2010

— September 03, 2010

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center provided 11 drivers with BlackBerry Curve 8350i devices and EnterMo Case barcode scanning and signature capture cases. The solution facilitates tracking of all pickups and deliveries of packages, samples, and films on the campus.

SuperShuttle International, Inc. has rolled out the NEXCOM Mobile Tablet PC to all of its franchise drivers. This provides for prompt pickup service and efficient routing, facilitates on-board promotion, and provides convenient billing solutions.

LRGHealthcare of New Hampshire has deployed Aruba Network Inc.'s 802.11n Wi-Fi networks for real-time clinical mobility applications. Pervasive Wi-Fi coverage provides point-of-care access to EMR systems, patient monitors, and voice communications.

Hamilton Street Railway, of Hamilton, Ontario, has implemented an ITS solution from Mentor Engineering for their 217-vehicle fleet to track vehicles, automate stop announcements, improve communication, and optimize their service.

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