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ADLINK releases IMT-BT industrial tablet

ADLINK releases IMT-BT industrial tablet

July 27, 2016 – ADLINK Technology, Inc., a provider of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platforms, announced the release of its IMT-BT industrial tablet, integrating the dual-core Intel Celeron Processor N2807 for high performance computing power. An IP65 rating and 1.5 meter drop resistance allow the IMT-BT to withstand demanding transportation and logistics environments.

The IMT-BT industrial tablet with vehicle dock can be installed in each vehicle within a fleet to enable both asset tracking and data processing in the field. Using the IMT-BT with integrated GPS and wireless communications options (built-in WLAN and optional WWAN), truck control centers can track the location and movement of a fleet and provide field workers with advanced technology in a rugged form factor for reliable field computing, communication, and data collection.
Functional in various workplace scenarios.

The IMT-BT supports 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac protocols for the fastest wireless connectivity in any setting. The data-only modem provides communications on high-speed 3.5G HSPA+ or 4G LTE cellular connections. In the office or out in the field, with WLAN or optional WWAN connectivity, the IMT-BT supports data transfer and processing. In addition, the sunlight-readable display enables clear viewing in bright outdoor environments, as well as in the office, and a vehicle dock is provided for ease-of-use in a variety of field and transport scenarios.

The IMT-BT’s NFC reader/writer supports recognition of RFID tags (13.56 MHz), and a built-in SAM (Secure Access Module) slot secures communication of encrypted data for sensitive and confidential applications. 

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