BARTEC and Winmate Collaborate to Promote Mobile Enterprise Solutions in the HazLoc Market
ATLANTA, GA: The Taiwan-based company, Winmate and industrial safety technology provider—BARTEC, have entered into a partnership to promote mobile enterprise solutions in the hazardous locations (HazLoc) market. It is to be noted that this partnership will enable Winmate and BARTEC to leverage and integrate their strengths to bring new and improved advancements to the HazLoc market.
Winmate develops advanced rugged, mobile technologies for industries operating in the most challenging environments. These include warehouse and logistics, oil and gas, supply chain, field service, transportation, retail and healthcare. From research and development to manufacturing, and in-house testing, Winmate manages the entire product development process to ensure customers have access to the most robust, current, safe and rugged mobile technologies available.
“BARTEC is a company that is well known and trusted name within the HazLoc market. For more than 40 years, BARTEC has been delivering the highest-quality explosion protection solutions to some of the world’s most hazardous environments,” said Khalid Kidari, Vice President of Winmate. “Together we will be able to offer the latest technology for enterprise mobility applications.”
“By joining forces and harnessing our respective strengths, BARTEC and Winmate will lead the introduction of explosion-proof designed and certified enterprise mobility solutions,” said Marcus Eisenhuth, Co-CEO of BARTEC. “This will enable safe operations in the HazLoc market, which has traditionally relied on clipboard- and paper-based systems to maintain safety and compliance records.”
To this day, the portfolio comprises of a holistic range of enterprise mobility and automation technology to serve customer needs. As such, the successful partnership has so far resulted in the release of a Class 1, Division 2/ATEX Zone 2, 4G/LTE multi-carriers certified Windows platform-based industry tablet PC. It is expected that Class 1 Division 1/ATEX Zone 1 will follow later in 2016. On the innovation front, they have also launched android based industry tablet Lumen X7 and mobile PDA Lumen X4. With RFID, barcode options and HART Communication the new product line provides utmost data collection capabilities.
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