Motion launches In-Vehicle Computing Solution

Motion launches In-Vehicle Computing Solution

The newly introduced In-Vehicle Computing Solution from Motion Computing includes a range of docks, mounts and computing accessories designed to work with Motion Tablet PCs. Also featured are safety-enhancing features, such as built-in sensors that limit the use of computer displays while the vehicle is in motion.

The newly introduced In-Vehicle Computing Solution from Motion Computing includes a range of docks, mounts and computing accessories designed to work with Motion Tablet PCs. Also featured are safety-enhancing features, such as built-in sensors that limit the use of computer displays while the vehicle is in motion.

For fleets with a driver-passenger set-up, an optional Swingaway solution provides full access for the passenger when the vehicle is in motion and an administrative tool allows fleet managers to configure what applications are accessible by the driver.

Motion’s In-Vehicle Solution is based on a tilt & rotate modular design that works with the company’s F5t and CL910 Tablet PCs to provide a wide range of adjustment angles, the maker said. In addition to dashboard mounting, Motion offers traditional floor mounting.

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