ALGIZ RT8: Ultra-rugged Efficiency

3 ways rugged computers can improve efficiency for public works

Emma Löfblad
Written by Emma Löfblad

Today’s public works departments use rugged handheld technology to get more done, more efficiently – and in any environment.

The things we take for granted in everyday life are things like, running water, functioning streets, or perhaps that park you stroll through on your way home from work. All of these things are created and maintained by our public works departments.

They improve the efficiency of our day to day tasks and they are able to do so by using rugged computers to improve theirs. Here are 3 ways that rugged computers aid public workers in all areas, anywhere.

Staying connected

Everyone knows that communication is key. But did you know that this is also the case for public workers? The public workforce relies on strong connection and fast communication to allocate important data to their crew, supervisors as well as management.

handheld nautiz x6 outdoor
The Handheld Nautiz X6 enables connectivity in any environment.

A wireless device such as a rugged computer helps them stay connected over cellular broadband. This way no matter the location of the crew they can stay updated on real-time status updates, schedule projects or simply just communicate with coworkers.

Keeping focus

If you want something done you would want it done correctly right? Right. By using rugged computers as a tool for tasks like safety checks, inventory management, or patching up damaged roads, these workers ensure that no important data slips through the cracks.

With rugged computer’s fast and easy communication capabilities along with its powerful processing, they can provide quick solutions in a more efficient manner.

Ensuring ruggedness

While working in tough environments with fluctuating weather conditions and changing seasons you want your hardware to be as durable as you are.

The Handheld Algiz RT8 is IP67-rated and MIL-STD-810G tested meaning it withstands repeated drops, extreme temperatures, altitudes, humidity, water, and dust exposure.

Luckily with a rugged computer at hand, in a holster, or perhaps docked in your vehicle you won’t have to worry if your rugged computer can take the heat, or the cold, or the water, or sand… you get the point.

Large sunlight durable screens and heavy-duty specifications along with long-lasting batteries make ultra-rugged PDAs and tablets the ideal hardware for field service.

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