Sep 20, 2018

Disasters, Drones and Developing the Future Capabilities for Mobile Workers and First Responders

by Bob Ashenbrenner

We are seeing the quick evolution of complementary technologies to improve the knowledge and capabilities of field responders. As core mobile computing technologies such as rugged tablets are put in the hands of these workers as part of standard operating procedures, they become the platform upon which additional drone capabilities can most effectively be applied in a “layers of support” concept. ... Continued

Sep 06, 2018

Don’t Fall Into the “Domain Transfer” Trap During Your Digital Transformation

by Bob Ashenbrenner

Why You Should Seek Out Third-Party Experts, Leverage Peer Insights for Your Next Mobility Project... Continued

Aug 08, 2018

How Airlines Can Avoid Mobile Technology Meltdowns on the Tarmac

by Bob Ashenbrenner

Both mobile devices and airplanes have a dramatic failure mode if operated above their temperature limit. In fact, there have been instances of this is happening on the tarmacs of some U.S. airports this summer amongst mobile devices that weren’t built to be used in such extreme environments.... Continued

Aug 08, 2018

Spotlight on Airlines: When It’s Too Hot, Planes Don’t Fly and Mobile Devices Fail

by Bob Ashenbrenner

Travel is hot right now – literally and figuratively. We are at the peak of the summer travel season, which means airlines must do everything within their power to keep operations running smoothly and flights arriving on time. That’s why airlines are turning to technology both in the terminal and on the tarmac to unlock new efficiencies in their aircraft maintenance, refueling and even passenger loading operations. Mobile technology, specifically. ... Continued

Jul 26, 2018

You Asked, We Answered: Four Questions about the Current Rugged Mobility Reboot

by Cliff Adams

Rugged mobility devices have been on a linear improvement path for quite a while despite the introduction of consumer tablets, but recently there has been an inflection point which is driving bigger changes. This reboot is providing access to a new generation of handhelds and slate 2-in-1 mobile computers that really address hybrid worker needs: rugged, outdoor viewable, unaffected by rain, heat or cold, and light weight while packing enough battery to support the entire shift and longer.... Continued

May 17, 2018

Android in the Rugged Enterprise

by admin

Over recent years, the consumer market has exploded with the ever-increasing adoption of the Android operating system on smartphones. Consumers and mobile device manufacturers alike have been drawn to its open architecture and the widespread availability of applications that can be downloaded from the Google Play website. ... Continued

Apr 26, 2018

Want to Mobilize Your Warehouse/DC?  Don’t Wait to Make a Move

by Bob Ashenbrenner

Chess is all about strategy. So is mobility. Even if you have the right game plan mapped out, waiting to execute a critical move until you “absolutely have to” may place the odds of winning (easily) against you. Perhaps that’s why I was so perplexed when Bridget McCrea reported in Logistics Management that many Warehouse and Distribution Center decision makers were “simply waiting until their existing technology becomes obsolete to upgrade” to mobile technologies inside the four walls.... Continued

Apr 12, 2018

Rugged Tablet Deployments are Just the First Step Towards Smart Mobility

by Bob Ashenbrenner

Find a rugged tablet manufacturer willing to partner with you long past the initial sales cycle. A partner will help you understand how best to capitalize on the physical strength and internal power of these field-ready mobile computers. And they’ll work with you to identify custom software and service options that refine the rugged tablet’s skill set to your real-time business requirements.... Continued

Mar 29, 2018

Mobile Workers Take Note of Tablets’ Handwriting Skills

by admin

​Did you know that cursive has been dropped from the Common Core Curriculum Standards shared by all U.S. states? Yet handwriting is still the fastest way to write in this digital – or should I say mobile computing – age. And, despite being the most efficient way to capture data in long or short form, cursive has been replaced by typing – at least in mandatory school lessons.... Continued

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