We are pleased to announce a partnership with a new Solutions Partner, Xplore Technologies. This partnership provides an integrated solution to improve safety by eliminating distractions while operating heavy machinery in warehousing and distribution operations.
Xplore’s ultra-rugged tablets are employed by the world’s largest fleets indoors and out. Blank-it’s technology provides an easy and safe option to manage vehicle displays and address driver distraction. The Xplore and Blank-it solution can be used in various environments that benefit from rugged technology, including warehousing and distribution.
“Distractions from mobile devices while driving is not limited to automobiles,” said Mark Holleran, President and Chief Operating Officer for Xplore Technologies. “Fork lifts, cranes, garbage trucks, even bulldozers are using cab-mounted tablets as productivity tools, making motion-safety technology a critical component of an accident-free workplace.”
To prevent tampering, Xplore developed a secure cover to lock the Blank-it hardware dongle to the vehicle mounted tablet.
The Blank-it integrated solution is available with Xplore’s ultra-rugged F5 product series.
About Xplore Technologies®
Xplore Technologies Corp. has been a leading global provider of truly rugged tablets since 1998. With nearly 90,000 deployments, Xplore tablets are among the most powerful and longest lasting in their class, withstand nearly any hazardous condition or environmental extreme, and feature competitive pricing and significant ROI. The company’s products are sold on a global basis, with channel partners in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia Pacific. Xplore Technologies’ tablets are deployed across a variety of industries and sectors, such as energy, military operations, manufacturing, distribution, public services, public safety, government, and other areas with hazardous work conditions. For more information, visit the Xplore Technologies website at www.xploretech.com.
Blank-it now proudly operates with two official Solution Partners, in Motion Computing and Xplore Technologies.
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