Total cost of ownership (TCO) can shed some light on the right choice between consumer and rugged tablets for field service.
Video solutions for surveillance and intelligence are gaining popularity in field service.
In the news, the Internet of Things (IoT) relies on IT services to function and a good mobile solution can help a company create a more dynamic field workforce.
In the news, SaaS’ impact on third-party logistics (3PL), net neutrality could play a part in the supply chain market, and the effects the cloud is expected to have on the field service industry.
The Coachella Valley Unified District in Salton City, CA, implemented mobile routers on a few of its school busses, creating a mobile hotspot for kids to connect to the Internet, something many lack at home in the district, according to Education Week.
This week’s Field Service Roundup spotlights how a Phoenix company used GPS to help coordinate and track personnel at the Super Bowl, six rugged mobile device features that field service technicians feel they need, and how to increase the value of your fleet through social media.
There are a number of projected rule changes by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for 2015, including the electronic logging device mandate, according to CCJDigital.
This week’s news includes the resources offered on the new Equipment Leasing and Financing Association website, the January 2015 Monthly Confidence Index for the equipment finance industry — the highest in three years — and how RFID technology is helping fleets save money.
Often, small private fleets struggle to remain compliant with industry standards or to keep their vehicles properly maintained.
With the growing use of GPS tracking technology in a variety of markets, one trend is its use as a theft deterrent.