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20/09/2022

The TOUGHBOOK N1 with Android™ 11 is one of the thinnest and most lightweight handheld tablets in the 4.7" category. The device offers numerous unique features, including an angled rear barcode reader which protects users from repetitive strain and enhances productivity, and an optional passive and active pen for precise handwriting and signature capture. This cutting-edge device has been designed for mobile workers in the postal and courier services, transportation and logistics, emergency and public safety, utilities, retail, manufacturing and defence sectors.

28/07/2022

The right technology choices, in hardware and software, can help warehouses to reach new levels of efficiency from their forklift fleets, reduce downtime, and generate valuable insights to inform smarter operations.

Equipping forklifts with mobile devices creates a direct line between management and fleet operations. Drivers can generate real-time, accurate stock calculations, feedback job completion data with ease and without hard copies, view live updates on job allocations and schedule changes, and reduce time and errors in the auditing process.

28/07/2022

The right technology choices, in hardware and software, can help warehouses to reach new levels of efficiency from their forklift fleets, reduce downtime, and generate valuable insights to inform smarter operations.

Equipping forklifts with mobile devices creates a direct line between management and fleet operations. Drivers can generate real-time, accurate stock calculations, feedback job completion data with ease and without hard copies, view live updates on job allocations and schedule changes, and reduce time and errors in the auditing process.

14/07/2022
Tech trainspotting at RailTech Europe 2022

The TOUGHBOOK team was busy at this year's Railtech Europe show. Like many sectors, the railway industry suffered during the pandemic with passenger numbers dropping from 8.2 billion in 2019 to 4.8 billion in 2020. But as numbers begin to bounce back, there was clear evidence looking around the show of a lot of interest in how mobile computing technology could continue to help improve our railway networks.

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