MiTAC fleet and logistics push with new hardware


MioWork range being trialled locally for monitoring

MiTAC fleet and logistics push with new hardware
MioWork at work

 

Digital technology designer and manufacturer MiTAC is tapping into the Australian transport and logistics market, offering rugged and customisable Android-based mobile computing equipment.

Operating globally for more than 20 years, MiTAC has made a steady mark in Australia, currently trialling MioWork devices in the waste management and petroleum sector.

Its range of tablets and accessories has been developed in collaboration with global leaders in fleet management, logistics, field services, healthcare and retail.

MiTAC Australia and New Zealand MD Wendy Hammond says the industry has welcomed the trials.

"There is a big focus on fleet and work management in the trials – monitoring driver behaviour, two-way communication with head office and dispatch, pre-drive vehicle checks and job and work order management," Hammond says.

"What we have found so far is that clients have been responding well to our quick release with multiple input and outputs where the user can remove the device easily and quickly to perform their job in the field and put it back securely in the cradle once the job is complete, and the ability to add peripherals as needed.

"Given we put a strong focus on how rugged and durable our devices are, the unforgiving summer has been a good test of how the devices perform in extreme hot weather."


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MiTAC has launched three customisable MioWork tablet devices in Australia that include a range of accessories which can be integrated with satellite and dash cam technologies.

The MioWork F700 series operates on Android 6.0 and is lightweight and customisable to transport and logistics’ needs.

The smaller portable MioWork A500 series features a long battery life, allowing customers to add accurate barcode scan for data capture and numerous other accessories including a pistol grip trigger, single and multi-unit cradles, protective casing and a four-slot battery charger.

 

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