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Advantech, the leading ePlatform services provider, announces today the introduction of the Industrial Mobile Computing series of products. The launch of the Industrial Mobile Computing series demonstrates Advantechs ambition to broaden its business domain and to be more vertical market driven. This also proves that Advantech never stops seeking ways to make more appropriate and excellent computing platforms that satisfy customer demand.

As the IT industry matures, mobile computing becomes more demanding and ubiquitous. Advantechs Industrial Mobile Computing platforms are tailor-made to meet mobile requirements, with their easy connectivity and ready-to-use features. Customers can easily and promptly integrate their solution with these advanced platforms.

Advantech Industrial Mobile Computing series products are named the TREK series, which implies that Advantech will work with our customers to explore the galaxy of Industrial Mobile Computing. The full product line includes Vehicle Mounted Computers (TREK-700 series), Rugged Mobile Computers (TREK-600 series), and Handheld Devices (TREK-200 series). Designed to be reliable, durable, and simple to operate, TREK series are ideal computing platforms for industrial mobile computing and field services.

The TREK-700 series is made to be mounted on heavy-duty vehicles for helping operators process, transmit and store lots of real-time information. The TREK-600 series are rugged mobile computers for road warriors to retrieve, handle, and deliver information without cabling. The TREK-200 series are compact and light handheld devices that are designed for data capture and remote data store connection.

Aiming to solve mobile data processing requirements, the TREK series is an excellent choice for the entire logistics process, covering warehousing management, delivery, fleet management, and container traffic management applications. In the meanwhile, the growing field service market demands mobile computers and handheld devices to help real-time management to be more accurate and efficient. For instance, nowadays, warehousing and distribution centres must respond more quickly to market demands. This puts receiving, preparation, storage, picking, and delivery processes under more pressure, so industrial mobile computers are needed to replace illegible paperwork and wired connections.

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