In the Field

How public transportation benefit from rugged computers

Rugged computers for public transportation

Rugged computers work very effectively in public transportation in a number of ways. They can be used for money and ticketing transactions on trains as well as a GPS tool for public transportation vehicles traveling on complicated routes.

Here are some examples of how using rugged mobile computers might just help the world move forward more efficiently.

Safety first

One of the ways that a rugged mobile computer might help the world of public transportation In their daily routine is by providing a faster and easier way to communicate between the driver of the vehicle and the respective headquarters of that unit.

Keeping in touch through a rugged tablet mounted inside the bus or train might help the driver and headquarters to transmit data in a safer manner. This way both parties can stay updated on road conditions, possible traffic accidents, or route changes along the way.

The Handheld ALGIZ 8X rugged tablet mounted in a bus.

Keeping up with technology

Some handheld rugged computers or even tablets have access to RFID or NFC functions making it easier for the customers to pay without having to deal with different credit cards, cash, or physical tickets.

By using rugged handheld computers or tablets in public transportation we can limit the time we would have wasted on long lines of people digging through their purses to find change. Using the scanning function we can just hold a card or even a watch or a phone up to the sensor and we are good to go. A very time-efficient and practical way to keep our society running smoother.

Learn more about Rugged Computers for Public Transportation.