Mobile Computing Case Studies

  1. BD Life Sciences Uses AR To Help Their Field Engineers

    See how how interactive merged reality environments are driving collaboration and competitive value using everyday mobile technologies at BD Life Sciences.

  2. MH Equipment Finds It Easy To Evolve Into A Completely Paperless Company With Rugged Mobility Solution

    MH Equipment has not been quick to adopt technology just for technology’s sake. Over the years, they have reviewed electronic solutions but did not find one that seemed to have all the efciencies that would justify the investment. MH Equipment wanted to eliminate paper across sourcing, inventory management, customer service and accounts payable functions.

  3. IoT Terminals Enable Intelligent Waste Management

    Garbage collection is an essential public service in modern-day life that is often taken for granted. Nonetheless, ensuring that our trash and recyclables are efficiently and properly collected and disposed of can be difficult and time-consuming, not to mention costly.

  4. IoT Terminals Are The Next Stop For Smart School Bus Inspection And Fleet Management

    School bus service contractors are responsible for getting students to and from school safely and soundly. Besides picking up and dropping off students at designated stops along the bus route, school bus operators are also responsible for inspecting their vehicles before each journey to ensure the safety of passengers, pedestrians, and other drivers on the road. For an operator of a large fleet of school buses, manually inspecting each bus used to be a time-consuming and labor-intensive affair.

  5. Rugged Devices Provide Major Benefits Across Departments For City Of Roundrock Texas

    Round Rock is a young and tech-oriented community, and that’s reflected in the city’s employees. There was a time when the IT department was responsible for identifying new technology, figuring out the process to implement it and bringing it to the many business units it supports.

  6. IoT, AR Transform The Service Ecosystem

    “Smart Connected Farms” are no longer a great idea for the future, but a reality. The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) means farmers have access to more data than ever before, improving crop yields and overall operations. Gone are the days of estimation, as “smart connected” farm equipment can do everything from adjusting fertilizer output, optimizing plotted fields, and even analyzing the internal hydraulics of the asset for repair and maintenance.

  7. Providing Remote Service Boosts Customer Satisfaction

    Manufacturing organizations are becoming more connected to their customers than ever before. With the arrival of the Internet of Things (IoT), more opportunities to improve the quality of customer service are emerging. Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC), a world leader in the design, manufacturing, and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units, is taking advantage of these opportunities. P&WC is transforming its customer support service levels through the use of virtual presence.

  8. Fire Department Makes The Shift From Clunky Rugged Laptops To Rugged Mobile Tablets

    When the call comes in, there’s no time for fumbling. Firefighters need quick access to accurate information about an incident’s location and severity and the best way to get there. They also need to know about available water supply and whether nearby fire departments and EMS units are able to respond and assist. Once on scene, incident commanders need seamless ways to track personnel and equipment and manage resources. And after firefighters have returned to their station, administrators need to easily catalog and report incidents.

  9. Mobile Innovation Enables Industrial Kitchen Equipment Installer To Stand Out In A Competitive Market

    A rugged tablet solutions allows 3C Compétence Cuisine Collective to executive an aggressive growth strategy.

  10. Delivery Management System Upgrade With New Android Handhelds Improves Delivery Driver Efficiency & Service

    With the increased willingness of consumers to shop online, e-commerce has also continued to flourish. Delivery logistics is the last mile in e-commerce supply chain. Its delivery services influence on whether the e-commerce vendors can get higher customer satisfaction or not. As a result, most delivery logistics companies provide handheld devices for their delivery drivers so that delivering goods to consumers on time and safely. In addition to displaying basic shipment information, the device can sort out the delivered goods through scanning barcodes, as well as instantly transmitting the delivery status to the back-end management system via wireless network or mobile network.