New Solutions for Working in the Field

— October 14, 2013

Motion Computing is expanding its mobile technology platform with new image sharing and documentation software, an asset and inventory management UHF RFID reader, workflow-enabling accessories and the latest generation of Motion F5 and C5-series Rugged Tablets.

“With this launch, Motion continues to fulfill the mission we set forth 12 years ago,” said Peter Poulin, Vice President, Marketing, Motion Computing.  “Provide the mobile workforce tools to complete their work easier, faster and more accurately.”

SNAPWORKS (left) is an intuitive, touch-based camera application that provides mobile workers an easy way to capture, annotate and share images. The new EasyConnect RFID Long Range Reader transforms Motion Rugged Tablets into long range UHF RFID tag readers for obtaining and processing critical asset data from a distance - ideal for an oil rig, rail transportation or warehouse environment.  

And, the just released Multi-Bay Battery Charger accessory charges up to 5 batteries at the same time.  The charger is ideal for multi-user work group that facilitates a team-based, pooled work environment.

In addition to the software, RFID reader and charger, Motion has released the latest generations of the F5 and C5-series Rugged Tablets. 

Running Microsoft Windows, the tablets are designed to optimize the performance of mobile workers across industries like utility, insurance, public safety, retail and healthcare. Featuring touch navigation, pen input, Corning Gorilla Glass and visibility of View Anywhere Display Durability, the tablet provide functionality without the extra weight and price associated with traditional fully-rugged devices. 

Motion offers options for enhanced mobility including tailored docking, mounting and charging solutions.  Intel Core i3 or i5 & i7 vPro options with Intel Hyper-Threading technology provide higher performance. New features include 10-point touch panel with Windows 8 Pro support, SNAPWORKS by Motion,  Multi-Bay Battery Charger and EasyConnect RFID Reader.

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