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Mobility hardware on target for Ontrack

Mobility hardware on target for Ontrack

Rail network upgrade company Ontrack is looking for a mobility hardware supplier.

According to tender documents released last week, the company has been progressing towards deploying mobile products to its field staff. A feasibility study proved the use of mobile technology in the form of rugged PDAs.

Subsequently Ontrack has begun a major project that will use mobile devices to collect signal, telecommunication, traction and electrical asset data in the field.

This project will deploy 150 devices for which hardware supply and support services are required. Further growth in the deployment and use of mobile technology is expected as future projects are approved.

The deadline for replies is Monday, July 20. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 26607.


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