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Aug 23, 2016

Tabletas Robustas de Xplore: Los últimos 20 años, el Presente, el Futuro

por Mark Holleran

Las generaciones siempre han sido definidas por su ideología colectiva y sus innovaciones de colaboración. Y cada década del siglo 20 ha sido definida por las personas, eventos e inventos que dominaron cada una de estas. En la década de los 50s, la propagación de televisores en los hogares y en los espacios públicos redefinió la forma en que socializamos y recibimos noticias de todo el mundo. ... Continuado

May 21, 2016

Blog: Por qué  las Certificaciones C1D2 O ATEX deberían provocar un mayor interés en los Ambientes Explosivos

por David Ball

El marco de referencia de la certificación ATEX y/o C1D2 debe ser un criterio obligatorio durante su proceso de selección de su PC robusto portátil. Estas son dos de las normas de seguridad intrínseca con mayor aceptación para los productos utilizados en ambientes peligrosos y son más frecuentes en ciertas regiones del mundo. ... Continuado

May 13, 2016

Descontaminación de dispositivos móviles - No es sólo una preocupación sanitaria

por Tom Kost

La contaminación de fluidos - y la descontaminación de dispositivos que utilizan desinfectantes químicos - no es sólo una consideración relevante cuando se compran computadores portátiles para atención médica. Hay cientos de diferentes líquidos que podrían dañar a un dispositivo utilizado en el trabajo, si no está diseñado con las protecciones incorporadas robustas apropiadas... Continuado

Apr 15, 2016

Utilities aren’t the Only Ones Finding Their Way with GIS

por admin

GIS information is influencing the operational efficiency of professionals in almost every global industry. Asset location, maintenance, and management is always more efficient when you know exactly where to go, and when. First you need to know how to find all the right GIS-ready features in a single mobile PC package. For many industries, that will be a rugged tablet-based solution. Access to GIS data is easier on a bigger screen, hence the trend towards using rugged tablets in the field versus smaller smartphones or heavier notebooks and laptops.... Continuado

Mar 04, 2016

Rugged Tablet Quality: Just What Telecoms Need to Build Quality Networks

por Cindy Murnick

Telcos are embracing the strength, power, flexibility, and expansive feature sets of today’s rugged tablet platforms to strengthen, power, and expand their own communications platforms.... Continuado

Jan 07, 2016

Are We Rugged Enough Yet? Ask the Dial Tone Team

por Bob Ashenbrenner

​I’ve had the privilege to serve on a leading team of rugged tablet innovators since 2001 – first with Motion Computing and now with Xplore, which acquired Motion in April 2015. Over the years, we’ve been pioneers in developing and shipping tablet PCs (and only tablet PCs) to serve global customers across many industrial verticals. ... Continuado

Nov 30, 2015

Mobility Doesn’t Mean Insecurity: Locking Down Your Data with Android

por Bob Ashenbrenner

A few weeks back, my colleague Scott Ball was asked by the mobile security experts at SecureBuzz.ca about whether or not the mobile tablets being used by defense industry manufacturers are really as secure as their operations mandate.... Continuado

Nov 10, 2015

Meet Android’s Fully Rugged Champion

por Tom Kost

Android™ has cultivated an impressive workforce mobility culture within the last couple years thanks the unique security and flexibility of its open source environment. But, as many mobile workers are starting to realize, Android alone can’t protect against the environmental challenges of today’s most industrial sectors and Hazardous Locations (HazLoc).... Continuado

Nov 04, 2015

C1D2 vs. C1Z2 Compliant Rugged Tablets: Is there Really a Difference?

por Tom Kost

​No, rugged tablet manufacturers are not making typos on their product spec sheets.
The sudden appearance of C1Z2 compliance markings – versus the more familiar C1D2 classification – is intentional and, yes, new. But, while the change is raising some eyebrows, you shouldn’t worry that your rugged tablet is any less safe when tested using a “Z” classification versus a “D” – or that your mobile workers are any less protected when using C1Z2 compliant mobile computers in Hazardous Locations.... Continuado

Oct 27, 2015

The Making of a Market Leader

por Mark Holleran

​We had both been industry pioneers for over a decade, and we almost immediately recognized how perfectly the XPLORE and Motion product lines and customer segments complement each other. Together, XPLORE now offers the broadest portfolio of rugged tablets on Earth with virtually no overlap in our existing product lineups.... Continuado

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