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October 11, 2013

New apps & accessory enhance Motion Computing’s rugged Windows tablets

Snapworks by Motion is a touch-based camera app with easy touch features to capture, annotate and share images.

The company has also released a new EasyConnect RFID Long Range Reader that transforms Motion’s rugged tablets into long range UHF RFID tag readers. The Reader is designed to make it easier for workers in such places as an oil rig, rail transportation and warehouse environments to obtain and process critical asset data from a distance.

On the tablet side, Motion Computing released the latest generations of its F5 and C5-series Rugged Tablets. The Motion F5te and C5te feature across-the-board improvements in power, security and manageability with [...]

 
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September 30, 2013

Acadian Ambulance updates first responders with rugged Motion tablets

Acadian Ambulance, which is headquartered out of Lafayette, Louisiana, announced recently that it is deploying F5t rugged tablet computers from Motion Computing across their fleet for mobile dispatch and electronic patient care recording.

The company’s fleet includes more than 400 ambulances, eight medical transport helicopters and five fixed-wing aircraft. The company and its subsidiaries provide service to a multitude of Louisiana parishes; Jackson County, Mississippi; and parts of Texas. Having a portable patient information system that could stand the rigors of first responders was critical, say Acadian officials.

“When we began looking for an electronic [...]

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September 10, 2012

Boston Children’s Hospital relies on two different tablets to take care of its kids

First up is the prestigious Boston Children's Hospital. This Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate is using tablets for paitent exam reports and to create greater efficiencies.

Talk about a multi-use facility. The Boston Children’s Hospital’s tablet program uses not one, but two different brands of tablets in its program.

“We have a staff of around 30 audiologists and 10 of them use Lenovo tablets, Dr. Brian J. Fligor ScD, told TabTimes. Dr. Fligor is the director of diagnostic audiology at the teaching hospital.

The tablet is used to help record findings from an electronic audiogram, he explained. “Documentations are done within [...]

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