IT solutions for productivity gains in port and terminal operations
JLT Mobile Computers will be co-exhibiting with their long-time partner, IT systems integrator Autepra, at TOC Europe from 12th to 14th June 2018 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The recently launched MT2010 rugged tablet is portable due to its compact format and provides operators with easy access to real-time data and direct connection to terminal operating systems across the entire port yard.
By using tablets from JLT, customers reduce the number of suppliers, thereby simplifying the maintenance of their mobile IT while taking advantage of the support and service model JLT offers.
The MT2010 rugged tablet comes with a large 10in, sunlight-readable, projected capacitive touchscreen display, is IP65 dustproof and water resistant, operates in temperatures of -10 to +50°C (14 to +122°F), and withstands a drop of up to 4ft onto concrete.
Like all JLT products, the MT2010 can be tailored to individual customer requirements, including additional storage or operating system modifications for improved security.
The JLT6012 rugged vehicle-mount computer, featuring a compact design, Windows, Android or Linux operating systems, and the user-friendly JLT PowerTouch PCT technology, takes user productivity to new levels.
It provides familiarity to all generations of users. Further, it provides features that make users’ workdays easier, such as quick and easy login and identification with RFID tags, high-brightness displays with adjustable auto-dimming for both indoor and outdoor usage, and easily accessed programmable function buttons that can be used to accelerate the most common user operations.
The JLT6012 also reduces total cost of ownership by providing a wide-range 9-72VDC isolated power supply with UPS functionality, making it suitable for installation in most types of vehicles, including electrical, gas and diesel-powered trucks, without expensive external hardware.
Maintenance cost is kept to a minimum with the resilient JLT PowerTouch display technology that addresses today’s most common reason for computer breakage.