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Almost two months ago, on March 26th, three Duke University researchers and 12 research subjects took to Mount Everest to research the correlation between blood oxygen levels and Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), AKA altitude sickness. Included in their climbing gear on the 10-day trek to Everest Base Camp (17,000+ feet above sea level) were two MobileDemand xTablet T7200 rugged tablet PCs.
MobileDemand will be exhibiting at the upcoming FOSE tradeshow on May 14-16 in Washington D.C. Taking place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, FOSE is the premier event for government technology professionals interested in innovative, effective tools and solutions allowing you and your agency or organization to advance your mission. From IT managers and buyers to CIOs and other technology management professionals, FOSE has the right products, people and solutions for you in one very accessible location.
One of the toughest lessons in business life is the fact that items which seem “cheaper” up front often turn out to be more costly down the road. Every equipment purchase has two components – the initial cost, and the cost to operate it – which is why budget-conscious executives now focus on total cost of ownership, or TCO. If you’re comparing a rugged tablet PC against lighter-duty devices, it’s crucial to let TCO be your guide.
Despite industry-wide improvements in process management, those involved in logistics and supply chain operations continue to face a plethora of challenges. Companies that have already adopted mobile technology – typically a ruggedized tablet PC – understand the critical role these tools play in linking new processes with the people who need them.
Better visibility into your inventory and logistics systems can bring outstanding efficiencies and tangible savings – that “dynamic duo” of reduced costs and increased revenue that ensure a strong bottom line. But to grow and thrive, your business also needs loyal customers. In today’s volatile marketplace, that requires speed, accuracy and adaptability.
What’s all the buzz about in-transit visibility? ITV, as it’s commonly known, is something you’ve long wished for – the ability to track your entire logistics stream, to know exactly where your inventory, vehicles and personnel are at any time, at any point along the supply chain.
From Atlas RFID Press Release: Atlas RFID Solutions, the world leader in comprehensive RFID solutions for construction site materials management, today announced it was named the MobileDemand Application Partner of the year for 2012. MobileDemand has selected Atlas RFID Solutions in recognition of the success of its materials tracking solution, Jovix™, which is integrated with the MobileDemand xTablet T7200 Rugged Tablet PC.
To their patrons, amusement parks are all about fun and games. But to their owners and employees, amusement parks represent business on the move. Visitors are impatient. They want to get in the gate and get busy experiencing everything the park has to offer. Facilities that use a rugged tablet PC to keep up with customers have the happiest visitors and the strongest sales.
MobileDemand, a global provider of rugged tablet PC systems, and VectraCor, Inc., an emerging medical device company for cardiovascular solutions, have partnered to provide a turnkey solution to the healthcare industry for patients presenting with chest pain to detect real-time ECG changes suggestive of a heart attack. VectraCor has chosen the xTablet C1200 rugged convertible to use as their mobile, rugged version of the VectraplexECG System.
From Gotta Be Mobile: Heniff Transportation Systems shuffles 300 trucks, 550 trailers and hundreds of drivers. The company employs rugged Tablet PCs in order to better serve its customers, meet safety standards and keep costs in check. Illinois-based Heniff Transportation Systems serves an array of clients that need to move bulk liquid chemicals. About 40% of the tanks the company transports contain hazardous materials that require special handling. Based in Oak Brook, a Chicago suburb, the company has terminals in Illinois, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas.
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