(Park News) The National Parking Association’s (NPA) 65th Annual Convention & Expo opens September 19th, 2016 at the Westin Peachtree Plaza and AmericasMart in Atlanta, Ga. This year, more than 1,300 participants and a sold-out exhibition represent record NPA Convention & Expo numbers. 2T is currently in attendence at booth #503.
Having the right mobile device with the right features can mean the difference between having an efficient citation writing system or a system full of user frustration and product failures. Learn how the 8 main features of a mobile e-ticketing device that will help reduce your clients overall cost of ownership, eradicate data loss, and maintain streamlined business processes.
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So, you are officially in the market for a state of the art rugged mobile device for your mobile team. But you’re not sure where to start or what makes a rugged device, rugged enough. Let these seven considerations be your guide.
How do you prevent your mobile workforce from wasting time and money on the clock? Lock down your mobility device by creating a mobility tool, an application specific device that keeps mobile workers “on task”. Though there may be several different options for accomplishing this, one way to prevent potential downtime is to lock down the N5Print or what is also referred to as “Kiosking” the device. When the N5Print is put into Kiosk mode, only necessary applications are accessible to the user.
Workers in tough environments—such as construction sites—where normal mobile computers can be easily damaged might not only need a rugged handheld device for project management tasks, but also a printer to help with on-site documentation.
HORSHAM, PENNSYLVANIA, March 26, 2015 – Data collection technology reaches a new zenith. Today, Two Technologies, Inc.® unveiled the newest member of their ultra-rugged handheld Android™ devices: the N5Print. The N5Print is the ideal ultra-rugged device for use in Field Services, Public Safety, Transportation and Logistics, Medical, Automotive, Aviation and Aeronautics, Industrial, Food Services, Military and Government, Security, Point of Sale, Utilities, Distribution, Environmental Services and many more.
Camdata is the exclusive European distributor of the N4
Two Technologies, Inc.® a leading manufacturer of ultra rugged handheld computers and terminals used in global applications, is pleased to announce the appointment of Camdata Limited as the Exclusive European distributor for their ultra-rugged, Android based, N4 product line. Camdata now handles sales and technical support while improving the shipping and warranty claim times for all N4 orders in Europe.
The N4 is the first in a series of ultra-rugged Android™ devices designed for demanding environments with MIL-STD 810G and IP 67 ratings. The fully customizable N4 features a hot swappable battery, a full 70 key backlit keyboard and 3 Channel Mag Stripe Reader. The N4 is ideal for Parking Enforcement, Point of Sale, Surveying and Forestry, as well as numerous workforce mobility applications. The newest product release for this hardware line will be announced in March 2015.
Two Technologies’ relationship with Camdata and their Director, Peter Cowley, started in 1999. Joan Rickards, Director of Sales and Marketing at Two Technologies is pleased to note, “Peter has been associated with Two Technologies for many years, and we believe he will make great strides throughout Europe with this unprecedented product offering.”
With its rugged design, and wide array of available features, the N4 line is well suited for a range of outdoor applications in vertical markets where durability, as well as flexible operations are mandatory. For more information about Camdata visit www.camdata.co.uk. Visit www.2t.com for more about the N4 or any of Two Technologies’ ultra rugged devices.
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The N4 is a hard-shell mobile device for environments where smartphone damage and insufficient power can translate into costly setbacks.
No more relying on fragile consumer-grade cell phones or walkie-talkies. It houses the Samsung Galaxy Note within a rugged polycarbonate shell that is waterproof and heat-resistant. Includes a hot-swappable battery, optional 3-channel magnetic stripe reader, and an 8MP color camera.
The first in a series of hard-shell mobile devices provides the kind of protection and reliability for over-the-road truck operators, where normal cell phones and mobile computer devices too often fall short.
Two Technologies, a 27-year-old company headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, designed the N4 for those working long-haul OTR routes where mobile devices are prone to damage and power failure, often at critical times.
The N4 — an Android™ device housed in an ultra-rugged polycarbonate shell, is water proof and heat-resistant. It features a 5.5 inch diagonal high resolution 720 X 1280 Super AMOLED display, the powerful Android version 4.3, and an unprecedented 70 key backlit keypad. Other key features include a hot-swappable battery, optional 3 channel magnetic stripe reader and an 8MP color camera.
Truck operators often face rough weather and road conditions that can make using normal mobile devices risky. The need for reliable communication and computer access can be challenging for distance drivers, and hauling heavy loads creates a unique environment, yet rugged, weather-proof mobile communication devices have been overlooked. Most operators still rely on consumer grade cell phones or radios to communicate with dispatchers and route planners, says Joan Rickards, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Two Technologies. “We are dedicated to raising the bar on durability in mobile computing with the ultra-rugged N4,” she says. “N4 is the next step in providing better communications gear for those who drive hundreds of miles each day, under often challenging road and weather conditions.”
N4 incorporates the Samsung Galaxy Note series of smart-phones, is rugged to MIL-STD 810 G and operating temperatures of MIL-STD 810F. With a hot swappable battery, operators never have to exit an application, reboot, and then re-enter the application to change the battery. It can also be submerged up to one meter while remaining in an application.
Information can be stored in the N4’s 16GB internal memory and additional Micro SD memory is available up to 64GB. A drop-in cradle with spare battery charger may be used for desk-top or vehicle mounting. The device is IP67 rated and meets or exceeds MIL-STD 810G using methods 516.6 and method 514.6 for both shock and vibration.
The N4 can be ordered with a standard QWERTY keyboard or select a keypad that fits an application precisely. Aside from the Samsung device, the N4 is entirely produced in the USA. “Mobile phones come in all colors, shapes and sizes, but they all have one thing in common — they are fragile,” says Rickards. “This is what sets N4 apart — it is designed to withstand situations where normal cell phones are easily damaged or powerless, where every call is vital, and there is often an urgent need to communicate with the dispatch office.”
HORSHAM, PENNSYLVANIA, August 8, 2014 – Developed for customers requiring handheld mobile devices in extreme operating conditions, the ultra-rugged N4 is a fully customizable device that is water, heat, and impact resistant.
Manufactured by Two Technologies, the N4 has earned a reputation as THE go-to ultra-rugged device for law enforcement, ticketing and permitting, forestry, meter reading, manufacturing, and medical applications.
The N4 is currently featured in industry-leading publications for inspection, pest control, fire and rescue, security, cleaning services, trucking, construction, and food service. The N4 truly is a single solution with limitless applications.
ULTRA RUGGED ANDROID TAKES ENTERPRISE MOBILITY TO NEW LEVEL The Power of Android in the Shell of a Tank
HORSHAM, PENNSYLVANIA, October 1, 2013 – Two Technologies is pleased to announce the introduction of the N4; the first in a series of ultra-rugged Android™ devices designed for mobility applications in harsh weather and demanding environments.
No longer will enterprise workers need to plan their work schedule around the weather. The N4 is the ideal data collection device for Public Safety, Asset Management, Field Service, Survey, Construction, Fleet Management, Point-of-Sale and more. This all-in- one device takes communications, data input, credit card transactions, photography and scanning to a higher level of in-field performance.
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Integrated Thermal Printer for Demanding Field Applications
Two Technologies, Inc.®, a leading manufacturer of ultra rugged handheld computers and terminals used in global applications, introduces the HGP-3 rugged and fully integrated thermal printer for their Hydrus® and HANDGEAR® Handheld Computer Products.
The new IP65 three inch printer is drop tested to MIL-STD 810G 516.4 Method IV Shock. The printer is designed for demanding data collection applications that require a receipt or a report to be generated on the spot. Ideal applications include Parking Enforcement, E-Citations, Freight Delivery, Meter Reading and Inspections. The HGP-3 integrated thermal printer uses a simple one-step paper-loading method that is designed for easy paper replacement on the go. A unique hidden true blade system cuts polyvinyl paper (pre-perforated for variable length) perfectly every time. The print speed is 50mm per second at a resolution of 203 dots per inch. Additional information on the HGP- 3 printer as well as all Two Technologies ultra rugged handheld computers can be found on the HGP-3 spec sheet.