In selecting the tablet PCs, the SpawGlass team required a device with a barcode scanner, security protection, GPS functionality and a built-in camera with streaming video capability. After a technology assessment, SpawGlass selected the rugged Xplore F5 Tablet PC, designed specifically for fieldbased computing.
“All the information – design data and RFIs – is at my fingertips. Better yet, if a specialty contractor calls with questions, I simply look up the details on the F5. I never have to go back to the office trailer to review paper drawings or supplemental documents because those documents are always with me. There is no question that the F5 saves time and provides better jobsite coordination.”
Rebranded the ProTablet and distributed to all of Futura’s customers as part of the standard converting equipment package, this durable 10” mobile computer from Xplore now serves as the all-in-one data and field-task system for work conducted on Futura-equipped paper production lines.
“The ProTablet basically provides an intuitive, step-by-step guide for maintaining Futura’s line equipment. It also provides a direct, on-site connection to the warehousing and records systems that support maintenance tasks, allowing for a more automated workflow,” added Bruno Bothier, sales director for the South Europe region, Xplore.
Consumer tablets can't withstand the impact of falls or accidental drops that are a risk in the field. Even if the screen stays intact, that doesn't mean the interior components are drop resistant, especially by military 810G standards. That's why Xplore drop tests each of its ruggedized tablet PCs during the research and engineering phases using MIL-STD-810G drop test standards. That’s a total of 26 drops on all faces, edges, and corners of the tablet.
3C Compétence Cuisine Collective (3C) specializes in the sale, installation and maintenance of professional kitchen equipment. In 2006, company leaders recognized the need to improve the flow and security of processes occurring within the Customer Maintenance department specifically. In 2010, “We invested in our first rugged tablets, which were essential considering technicians’ constraining work environment, as well as a more specific CMMS application. The move from pen and paper to a tablet and stylus was very natural.”
How to Formulate the Best-fitting Mobility Solution for Your Manufacturing Environment: Change is scary. But it's also constant. Market conditions, production schedules, maintenance requirements, and inventory levels, all change frequently. What you need today is not the same as yesterday, or last year. But you can deploy a solution today that will be ready for whatever may come tomorrow.
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Centre Square Fire Company replaces old Panasonic Toughbooks with new Xplore XSLATE R12 Rugged Tablets with help from Allegiance Technologies. Fire Company recognizes great benefits to the portability and usability of the Xplore tablets.
Mobile office incident command and processing with Fort Washington Fire Company ride along.
How to Assemble a Future-Proof Mobile Solution for Your Manufacturing Environment.
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