Yorkshire Water deploys three different TOUGHBOOK devices, equipping field workers to deal with the harshest weather conditions.
“Whatever the device, they’re reliable and designed specifically for the mobile worker. Whether it’s the daylight viewable screens, long-lasting battery life, warranty and repair or rugged design – they all operate in an intuitive manner, making it easy for our staff to adapt to new devices.”
Darren Metcalfe, Client Services Engineering Team Leader, Yorkshire WaterFind out more
Remeo’s goal is to enable maximal recycling and reuse of all types of materials. They recently decided to upgrade their entire base of in-vehicle tables with TOUGHBOOK FZ-G1 tablets.
“Even though some other products were slightly cheaper, we found that they just didn’t meet our needs. The TOUGHBOOK is a much better match for our vehicles, not least because of the docking station. The price to performance ratio is just great.”
Kimmo Käenmäki, Remeo Regional DirectorFind out more
UK Power Networks owns and maintains the electricity cables and lines across London, the South East and East of England, keeping the lights on for the population.
“The design of the Panasonic TOUGHBOOK tablet had been clearly thought through for the utilities industry. Our workers are often working underground or in dark environments, so the LED light on the camera is an essential feature for effective image capture.”
Jon Mason, Field Engineer & Seconded Head of Mobile Solutions, UK Power NetworksFind out more
Based in Strasbourg, Gazomat have been designing and manufacturing equipment for detecting gas leaks for over 40 years. To date, Gazomat has fitted out 150 manual units and 23 vehicles with Panasonic computers and tablets.
“We opted for Panasonic as we needed durable, cutting-edge technical products. More recently, the idea was to replace the CF-19 models we’d used for seven years with the high-performance FZ-G1, a tougher, lighter model. With its 10-inch format, it’s ideal for our needs.”
Christophe Durr, Product Manager at GazomatFind out more
DiCLE Elektric recently began a digital transformation journey to help better meet the needs of their customers. They serve 1.8 million people across a 60,000-kilometre-wide area in Mesopotamia – so needed a long-life device that could deal with the harsh environments of the region.
DiCLE Elektric decided to invest in 1,500 TOUGHBOOK M1 tablets, as they could be relied on to operate despite dust, sunlight, and water exposure. Hot-swappable batteries mean that engineers can work on multiple jobs over long distances, and reliable connectivity allows them to instantly and securely send field data back to central support teams.Find out more