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Dec 20, 2017

Why the “Normalization of Risk” Can Put Your Organization, and Mobile Workers, at Risk

by Bob Ashenbrenner

The normalization of risk has led many organizations to make risky mobile technology decisions that has ultimately cost them more in losses (time, money, customers) than what they ever stood to gain.... Continued

Dec 12, 2017

A Time for Gratitude: Reflecting on “The Year of Rugged Rewards”

by John Graff

For Xplore, 2017 has been a year of many achievements, including industry awards, product innovations, and more. However, the biggest reward for us is seeing the impact we have for our customers. ... Continued

Nov 30, 2017

Meet the Team Behind Xplore Rugged Tablets: Dave Reber, Senior Mechanical Engineer

by admin

For the last nine years, Dave Reber has been responsible for the design, testing and refinement of every last mechanical component incorporated into Xplore’s many award-winning rugged tablets and accessories. That’s no small job for any team. Yet, this one man has made a very big impact on the performance, reliability and overall flexibility of our 2 in 1 tablet designs. ... Continued

Nov 10, 2017

Mobility in Today’s Military: The Benefits of Tablets Beyond the Flightline

by Michael Zimmerman

The Xplore team honors this servicemember, and all the other veterans, who have sacrificed so much for their country. That is why we are working so diligently to ensure that military and veterans organizations have access to the mobile technologies they need to serve and protect these men and women who protect us. ... Continued

Nov 08, 2017

Maintaining Military Air Power with Rugged Mobility on the Ground

by Michael Zimmerman

Real-time intelligence is one of the most decisive resources available today – not just for frontline combat units, but for troops responsible for asset readiness. That’s why mobile PC technologies are so critical to the success of today’s military aircraft maintainers, especially in the midst of force reductions and surging operational demands.... Continued

Oct 25, 2017

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

Oct 10, 2017

The Team behind Xplore Rugged Tablets: Meet Ron Harter, Senior Director of Software Engineering

by Ron Harter

It’s necessary to wear many hats at Xplore. I (Ron Harter) have overall responsibility for software, but also have responsibility for the development of our entry products, the Bobcat fully rugged tablet and the XSLATE D10, which is our fully rugged Android tablet. Of course, I keep my eye out on all of our products to ensure that each system architecture integrates smoothly with our software.... Continued

Oct 05, 2017

How STEM Can Spur Even More Manufacturing Innovation & Growth This Year

by Bob Ashenbrenner

Today is Manufacturing Day, an annual “holiday” of sorts intended to celebrate everything that makes manufacturing so spectacular – including the people driving the industry’s continuous innovation. It is also a prime opportunity to (hopefully) appeal to the next generation of manufacturing professionals. ... Continued

Sep 27, 2017

True Story: How Field Service First Got a Handle on Mobility (Thanks to Hospitals)

by Bob Ashenbrenner

You might be surprised to learn that the F5 model wasn’t the first rugged tablet with a handle. That’s because traditional field-based workers weren’t the only ones struggling to manage a tablet alongside their other “tools” early on in the mobile computing days – or the first who vocalized their frustration with this juggling act.... Continued

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