Getac new solutions could be a boon to automation

The aim is to acknowledge on-going efforts to support customers and meet expectations, highlights Director - Sales and Operations, Getac Technology GmbH

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-By the Automation & Robotics Content Team

Mobile computing manufacturer – Getac announced its partnership with the BMW Group via a press communiqué. As a part of the partnership, Getac has received an order of S410, V110, F110, A140, UX10 and T800 series rugged notebooks and tablets. The rugged mobile devices and solutions will be supplied across the global network for a wide range of applications such as research and development, warehouse logistics, and workshop diagnostics.

To meet requirements, Getac has adapted its equipment to the individual needs of the various user groups within the company. In the area of research and development, security and the protection of sensitive data is of paramount importance. In logistics, when using the internal BVIS picking system, the Getac A140’s clear, 14-inch display and optional barcode and RFID readers make recording key data simple and efficient.

Rick Hwang, President, Rugged & Video Solutions Business Group, Getac said: “The special challenge when working with the BMW Group is the wide range of application areas the company has, each with specific equipment demands that needed to be met.” Also, Eric Yeh, Director Sales and Operations at Getac Technology GmbH, said: “We are very proud of the new major order from the BMW Group. This is another success for us, especially as it is also an acknowledgement of our ongoing efforts to support our customers and meet their expectations in the best possible way.”

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