- Computer Product Solutions | Panasonic Business
Transportation

 

Transforming the way rail and road transport works

There can be few industries in which outdoor and mobile working presents significant challenges that match the rail and road transport sector.

But then there are also few – if any – mobile devices that can match the ability of Toughbook, equipped with Intel® Core™ i5 vPro™ processor, to perform in such environments.

Thanks to world-class connectivity, performance, portability and unrivalled durability, they are enabling professionals in the transport sector to achieve far more in the field than ever before. Paperwork is being rendered unnecessary. Weather conditions – it could be rain or snow, or bright sunshine – don’t hamper progress or cause unnecessary downtime. The need for multiple devices is no longer relevant and network disruption is being drastically reduced.

What we’d like to show you now is how Toughbooks can work with you.

How they’re already helping other organisations similar to yours. And how they can help you overcome the main challenges you face.

¹ Tested by a national independent third party test lab following IEC 60529 Sections 13.4, 13.6.2, 14.2.5 and 14.3

 

Reliability/DurabilityEWven our smallest machines meet the challenges of field working in the transport sector. Take the Toughbook ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) CF-U1. At 1060 grams, the unit can withstand falls from 120 cm. What’s more, some of our models are up to IP65 compliant for dust and moisture resistance¹.

Portability/Mobility

Transport encompasses many environments - which means mobility is crucial. Small, mountable form factors and unique design features such as an integrated handle mean Toughbooks go wherever you need them to.

No Power Access

Toughbooks have a newly designed battery and specially adapted power management system. This allows up to 8 hours of running time from a single battery charge.

Connectivity
The integrated WLAN module and optional HSPA make it possible to do tasks like capturing and sending digital images – even when working in challenging outdoor conditions. This means you reduce delays to the transport network and cut any penalties you might face.