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Category: Government

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

Sep 05, 2017

Rugged Tablets are Smoothing Out Massive Road Improvement Projects

by Brett Gross

Learn what Main Roads Western Australia is doing to keep one of the most widely geographically distributed road networks in the world in top shape for the millions of people and billions of dollars and goods that traverse the region every day.... Continued

May 10, 2017

Making a Match: How to Select the Right Router + Rugged Tablet for Reliable In-Vehicle Wi-Fi

by Bob Ashenbrenner

There are many in-vehicle connectivity platforms to consider for public safety use; though most customers who choose to install a mobile gateway for their vehicle data needs do so because of the breadth and performance of available features sets. ... Continued

Dec 29, 2016

8 Ways Rugged Mobility Will Change – or Be Changed By – Global Industry, Government in 2017 Part II

by Debbie Russo

Last week I shared our team’s predictions for how government changes will influence changes in mobile technology spending in 2017. Here are 4 more ways that we predict rugged mobility solutions will change the way some of the largest global industries conduct business (for the better) in 2017.... Continued

Dec 21, 2016

8 Ways Rugged Mobility Will Change – or Be Changed By – Global Industry, Government in 2017 Part I

by Debbie Russo

We believe that mobility investments in nearly every industry worldwide will be mutually influenced by the actions of new government leaders and an evolution in customer expectations given the rise of today’s “on-demand” culture. ... Continued

Sep 09, 2016

Managing Multiple Generations of Workers, Workflows with Rugged Tablets

by Bob Ashenbrenner

There are lots of different types of workers – and even more variety in your workflows – that must all be accommodated with a single cohesive mobility solution. We advocate for field technician involvement in every technology decision that impacts them. Solicit worker feedback in the mobile solution design, evaluation and implementation processes. ... Continued

Sep 02, 2016

Which Piece Comes First in the Complex Mobility Puzzle…The Chicken or the Egg? (i.e. The Rugged Tablet or Accessories?)

by Tom Kost

Successfully introducing a highly functioning mobility solution across multiple working locations is never as simple as picking the right rugged tablet alone. You need to consider both the tablet and the accessory ecosystem. The fact is that you can't buy one without the other. They are a system and both are equally important to the successful application of your entire mobile solution. Accessories should never be an afterthought.... Continued

Aug 23, 2016

Xplore Rugged Tablets: The Past 20 Years, the Present, the Future

by Mark Holleran

Despite the changing technology landscape and economic climate over the last 20 years, the best mobile computing technology has always proven to be the rugged tablet. That’s why Xplore has always been hyper-focused on rugged tablet solutions, remaining at the forefront of the rugged tablet market since our first tablet was manufactured in 1996. ... Continued

Aug 18, 2016

The Mounting Debate: Do You Buy Accessories to Fit the Rugged Tablet, or Vice Versa?

by Tom Kost

Some may say the inclination to select a rugged tablet first – and then hope you can find the right mounting design to support it in your forklift or patrol car – is all wrong. That it’s more logical to think about the accessories needed to support your workflows first...and then decide which mobile computers should be shortlisted. ... Continued

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