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    MioWORK™ L135’s are being used to ‘spot check’ incoming goods deliveries at a Spanish beverage manufacturing facility. The professional 1D/2D integrated barcode reader is used to scan and book in the incoming products, whilst integrated Bluetooth® connectivity is utilised to connect the L135 to wireless weighing scales which have replaced the bulky and heavy out-dated physical weight stations previously used in the warehouse. Because weight from the wireless scales is directly transmitted and recorded to the tablet system, this automated process cuts down on time spend and increases efficiency.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • IP67 & MIL-STD-810G 1.2m drop spec
    • 1D/2D integrated barcode reader
    • Integrated Bluetooth®  BLE and WiFi
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    MioWORK™ L110s are used in a agricultural food-processing company where the tablet is loaded with Syspro™ Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software and is used within the supply chain to manage the 'goods-in-process' (WIP) within a distribution centre.

    Why MioWORK™ L110?

    • Large 10” screen for optimised workflow
    • IP67 & MIL-STD-810G 1.2m drop spec
    • Competitively priced
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    A Portuguese Telecommunications field service company uses the MioWORK™ L135 when performing maintenance checks on cellular towers and masts. 3G connectivity is used to measure connectivity stability and performance, whilst the integrated professional 1D/2D barcode imager allows scanning and identification of weathered or lightly damaged barcodes.

    The hot-swap battery feature, ruggedized water- and drop-proof housing and 650nits high-brightness panel with optical bonding technology and glove touch support ensures the tablet can be used no matter the outside weather conditions.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • Lightweight convenient form factor
    • Professional 1D/2D barcode reader
    • High brightness 650nits touch panel
    • Long battery life + hot-swap feature
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    A Nuclear Research Facility uses the MioWORK™ L135 at a Nuclear Power Plant to monitor various critical indicators remotely. The hot-swappable battery allows for constant monitoring 24/7, whilst WiFi and 3G ensures constant connectivity.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • IP67 & MIL-STD-810G 1.2m drop spec
    • 3G wireless connectivity
    • Hot-swap battery facility
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    A car and vehicle ferry company uses the MioWORK™ L135 for ticket and merchandise control. Before a vehicle is allowed to drive onto the ferry, a ticker control officer uses the integrated 1D/2D barcode scanner to scan the passenger ticket. Using the integrated Bluetooth® BLE feature, the L135 is also connected to a portable wireless ticket printer, which is used to generate and print any additional passenger tickets that may be required.

    Finally, the 5MP rear camera is used in combination with optical character recognition (OCR) software to scan and capture the vehicle licence plates.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • 650 nits high-visibility touch panel
    • IP67 and 1.2m drop spec housing
    • SAM-slot feature for added security
    • Competitively priced
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    Thousands of MioWORK™ L110’s are being used in a large restaurant chain as part of it's table ordering system. With its large 10" screen, food and beverage menu's can be easily viewed, whilst the anti-microbial housing complies with food and safety standards, preventing bacteria to settle and develop on the tablet surface.

    The L110 improves efficiency by streamlining the food ordering process, freeing up more time for staff to serve customers. It increases customer engagement and loyalty.

    Why MioWORK™ L110?

    • Large and clear 10” touchscreen
    • Antimicrobial housing
    • IP54 water resistant housing
    • Charging cradle accessory
    • Dual-band WiFi for stable connectivity
    • Anti-Electromagnetic interference from Induction Heating (IH)
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    Large DIY chain uses the MioWORK™ L135 running ERP / POS software as part of their in-store timber cutting service.  When a customer wants to have a type of wood cut to a custom size, the store worker uses the integrated 1D/2D BCR to scan and identify the requested item and then enters the dimension data in the system using the L135. Once the cutting job is completed, the L135 is used to print out a customer receipt using a Bluetooth® SATO mobile printer. The customer then takes the receipt to the cashier to fulfil the payment.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • Integrated 1D/2D barcode reader
    • Large and clear 10” touchscreen
    • IP67 and 1.2m drop spec housing
    • Good integration of SDK
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    In Belgium - by law - transport of fertilizer has to be tracked and logged with an agricultural institution operating in conjunction with the Flemish government in order to prevent over-fertilisation which can lead to pollution of groundwater. Since 2012 therefore, each vehicle used for fertilizer transport in Belgium has to be fitted with a AGR-GPS antenna system. AGR stands for ‘Automatische Gegevens Registratie’ or ‘Automatic Data Registration’.

    As part of this system, The MioWORK™ F700/F740  is used as a control panel in the vehicle cab, where drivers use a bespoke application to input information about the transport from start to finish. This information is then automatically send to a government server in real-time using a unique user-id attached.

    The F700/F740 is fitted in the vehicle using the in-vehicle cradle and a standard AMPS RAM® Mounts solution. Using the standard fleet cable in combination with a bespoke MiTAC fleet port cable to RJ45 adapter, the tablet is connected to vehicle power and ignition, whilst the RS232 Tx/Rx cradle interface is used for data transfer with a Maptex WMCS AM120 vehicle tracker. Acting as a modem, the AM120 is connected to the AGR-GPS antenna module and is also linked with an automatic trailer identification system. The modem is further fitted with GSM/GPRS connectivity, which is primarily used for data transfer to and from the government server, but can also be utilized for fleet tracking information for the business’ own back office. 

    Finally, the bespoke fleet cable adapter also offers input connectivity for a Dallas 1-wire driver identification system.

    Why MioWORK™ F700/F740?

    • Affordable rugged tablet solution with open Android™ platform
    • Unique cradle design with good I/O
    • Ability of MiTAC to offer customised solution
    • Rugged IP54 and 1.2m drop resistance casing and Automotive specifications
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    MioWORK™ F700's are wall-mounted on the factory floor at various stations within the production line. The tablets are loaded with SAP Business One for Android™, which provides workers with an instant overview of the entire business flow, offering the latest information on stock levels, pending orders and clients.

    By making this information easily to workers on the factory floor, it enables the business to stay flexible and operate more efficiently.

    Why MioWORK™ F700?

    • Right screen size and form factor
    • Dual-band WiFi for uninterrupted connectivity indoors
    • Competitively priced semi-rugged solution
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    MioWORK™ F700’s are used in a US-based manufacturing plant. It is being used as a control panel on packing machines. Combined with the F700 (in-vehicle) cradle, it uses Tx/Rx interface to connect with packing machine’s modem and power I/O to connect with package machine’s power for device charging.

    The F700 device support PPP (point to point) data transfer and enables the packing machines to set up the production parameters and display the yield rate and problems timely.

    Why MioWORK™ F700?

    • Offer PPP connection to communicate with packing machines
    • IP54 water- & dust-resistant
    • Glove touch compatible display
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    MioWORK™ F700's are used by a Logistics & Warehousing company that operates in the warehouse of a global car manufacturer. Using the F700 in-vehicle cradle and a RAM mounting solution, the devices are installed in - and powered by - a (forklift)truck. The tablet is loaded with Wavelink Avanti 5250 Android™ Client in order to access the company's Warehouse Management System (WMS) which is based on an outdated legacy system(IBM 5250 / System I).

    The F700 is used for order picking, and is linked to a cordless Zebra DS3678-ER extended range laser 1D/2D BCR scanner via integrated Bluetooth® BLE for item identification.

    Why MioWORK™ F700?

    • Works well with Avanti emulator
    • Attractive price point at approximately 25% compared to fixed vehicle terminals
    • Passed severe vibration testing
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    The MioWORK™ F700 and F740’s are loaded with customer’s proprietary software solution which provides information that helps the end customers monitor and manage their assets in telematics, fuel and maintenance, compliance, routing and scheduling, workflow management and machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, all in one integrated and configurable platform.

    The devices are installed on commercial vehicles. The built-in GPS technology combined with the software solution enables users to access key operating metrics such as revenue compared to cost-per-trip and identify variances between planned and actual performance.

    In addition, the F740 collects data such as vehicle parameters, logistical data and vehicle location and subsequently transmits this in real-time to the back-end management system. This data can then be analysed to facilitate improvement of return on investment.

    Why MioWORK™ F700/F740?

    • Accurate GPS system
    • LTE for real-time communication
    • Easy to fit, solid cradle with power supply
    • Robust and compact design
    • Reduction of TCO
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    Dozens of MioWORK™ L75s are fitted in the vehicle fleet of a French taxi firm. The large 7" screen improves the driver experience, managing the entire shift from instant job dispatch to managing the cash flow throughout the day. The integrated, professional grade GPS/GLONASS antenna, is used for accurate turn-by-turn navigation.

    Finally, the quick-release active cradle allows for the driver to easily remove the tablet to use as a nametag when welcoming guests at an airport or train station or when a change of vehicle is required.

    Why MioWORK™ L75?

    • Rugged automotive specification
    • 3G Connectivity
    • Quick-release cradle design
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    MioWORK™ A505 is used for inventory check. The professional grade SE4750 1D/2D barcode scanner is used to accurately and efficiently scan stock items whilst the integrated dual-band WiFi capability is used to synchronize with the ordering system timely.

    The solution is also connected to a transport management system (TMS) to keep track of orders – thereby reducing the risk of costly delays and errors.

    Why MioWORK™ A505?

    • Lightweight, rugged & conveniently sized
    • Cost-effective solution
    • IP67 fully submersible housing
    • 10+ hrs battery life + hot-swap capability
    • 1D/2D barcode reader & RFID
    • Android™ OS with optional voice + data
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    MioWORK™ A335's are used by military field medics deployed in the field. The easy-to-carry and 3G connected A335 allows medics to record patient information and treatment on-the-go. When an injured soldier is in transit to a (field) hospital, the A335 stays with the patient. On arrival, the clinical team uses the A335 to get up to speed on the patient situation by viewing relevant findings on diagnosis and treatment recorded by medics during the field evacuation.

    Why MioWORK™ A335?

    • IP54 water- and 1m drop-resistant
    • Lightweight and conveniently sized
    • 3G WWAN and GPS connected
    • Cost effective solution
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    MioWORK™ L135's  are used – alongside MioWORK™ A235’s - in a large supermarket distribution centre as part of their quality control system. The integrated 1D/2D barcode reader is used to identify the specific fruit or vegetable item being checked after which the items record and product information is shown on the tablet (i.e. country of origin, supplier, date of arrival etc.).

    Subsequently, a manual quality check is performed on the food perishable and if necessary, the 5MP rear camera is used to record evidence such as spots, bruising or mould on fresh vegetables or fruit. Subsequently, findings are noted down in the system record, evidence is attached and a ‘flag’ is raised on the system. Through this system, the supermarket is able to keep track of the quality of incoming food and work together with suppliers to maintain the high food standards expected by their customers.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • Integrated 1D/2D barcode reader
    • Integrated HD rear camera for evidence capture
    • Extreme operating temperatures
    • IP67 and 1.2m drop spec housing
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    Hundreds of MioWORK™ L135’s equipped with a bespoke HACCP solution for hygiene and food traceability are currently deployed at grocery chain stores. Having a robust and reliable system for the traceability of food throughout all stages of production, processing and distribution is paramount and is required by law.

    The cloud-based system replaces outdated systems such as hardcopy paper traceability sheets and checklists, eliminating the chance of losing or misplacing records needed to prove compliance to the Food and Hygiene authorities during surprise inspections. Additional single-user login provides stores with complete and up to date product traceability overview of staff activities for accountability.

    The system simplifies and optimizes mandatory daily tasks such as expiry date checking and sanitary checks, leading to significant savings in time spend and employee costs, whilst greatly reducing the amount of expired goods needing to be disposed of.

    Calculated on the basis of a 2000m²-sized store, an estimated yearly saving of €27.000 can be realised.

    The L135’s rugged features such as IP67 waterproof and extreme temperature operating range makes it ideal for use in an environment in which food perishables are handled – in and outside of refrigerator units. It’s integrated 1D/2D Barcode reader and cameras are used for efficient identification of food items or for evidence recording whilst integrated Bluetooth® BLE is used to connect the L135 to a portable printer used for printing of date labels or nutrition information on freshly produced items.

    Why MioWORK™ L135?

    • Integrated 1D/2D barcode reader
    • Glove touch support
    • Extreme operating temperatures
    • Rugged IP67 and 1.2m drop spec housing
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    Thousands of MioWORK™ A235 and A505's are deployed primarily in Newsagents and Tobacconists throughout France. First deployed in 2015 using the A235, this project recently migrated to the A505 in combination with the BCR Pistol grip accessory for improved usability and efficiency.

    The A505 integrates the market-leading SE4750 1D/2D barcode scanner with PRZM intelligent imaging technology from Zebra. The solution is primarily used for inventory stock checks of incoming goods as well as on the shop floor, but is  also used as an extension of the POS system during checkout. Combining both elements provides shop owners full control of up-to-date stock levels. A case study in 2017 found that using the A235, shopkeepers saved up to 300 working hours annually in both time and wages. More information on this case study can be found here.

    Why MioWORK™ A235 / A505?

    • Integrated 1D/2D barcode reader
    • IP54/IP67 ruggedized housing
    • Large HD screen
    • Useful accessories including hand strap, charging cradles, pistol grip & protective caps
    • Ability to have dedicated OS interface*