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Getac’s rugged Android tablet for mobile workers to be unveiled at CV Show

Isotrak, provider of vehicle tracking and telematics solutions, and Getac, global designer and manufacturer of rugged computing technology, will demonstrate how the robust mobile computing platform could benefit commercial fleet operations and off-site workers.

Exhibition staff will show how the integrated solution provides a mobile computing solution that facilitates data entry, data collection, GPS tracking, fleet visibility and more, and the ability to operate in almost any environment.

The Getac Z710 runs Android 4.1 and has a touchscreen that is readable in direct sunlight and, crucially for mobile workers, a battery that provides more than ten hours of operational time. It is a fully integrated device, which includes a 1D/2D barcode reader and advanced GPS technology (SiRFstarIVTM) accurate to 1.5 metres.

'Getac has a reputation for providing the best rugged devices available, and we have forged a solid relationship with Getac’s developers to enable Isotrak to offer market-leading solutions, both in-cab and handheld,' explained Jason Price, sales and marketing director, Isotrak.

'Drivers need to focus on driving, so a lightweight, compact and easy to use mobile device with a battery that will last for a full shift is essential, whether out in the field, on the road or at the point of delivery for capturing ePODs. The Z710 tablet is ideal for this, and has proved to be extremely reliable,' he added.

Isotrak and Getac will exhibit in Booth 4G90 at the Commercial Vehicle Show.

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