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ReboundTAG, based in the United Kingdom, has created a new solution focused on preventing baggage theft or loss for airlines and individual business flyers through the use of RFID technology. Read Original Content.
The United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defense recently ordered 12,500 rugged tablet PCs at a total cost of £30 million. The tablets are for use by front line commands. Read Original Content.
The total smart grid market in the Asia Pacific region is predicted to be worth $28.8 billion by 2017, up from $11.9 billion this year. Cumulative smart grid investment in the region is expected to reach $171.3 billion by 2017. Read Original Content.
Traffic jams and travel time will be reduced greatly after Mumbai India equips toll routes and commuter vehicles with RFID tags. Read Original Content.
The Army Geospatial Center has recently awarded Technology Advancement Group a contract to build a rugged surveying tablet device. Read Original Content.
FleetMatics has received praise for its new mobile app that allows fleet owners to track their vehicles through a mobile app. Read Original Content.
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A new smartphone application to detect concussions will soon be available, making the smartphone even smarter. At the University of North Carolina experts in head trauma are working towards developing a mobile application that will help determine if someone has suffered from concussion. Read Original Content.
After a recent study IBM has found that there is a potential market for small handheld devices that monitor an individual’s health. Read Original Content.
General Dynamics Itronix recently released the GD3015 tablet PC that features aspects from both consumer tablets and ruggedized tablets. The GD3015 will be geared towards law enforcement, utilities, and transportation sectors. Read Original Content.
Hospitals are embracing new technology in New Zealand with the local District Health Board placing an order for several new C5v Mobile Clinical Assistant tablet PCs from Motion following a successful trial. Read Original Content.
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