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Rugged Windows mobile device for US Government.

Intermec : 06 November, 2007  (New Product)
Defence Department places order for Windows mobile 5.0 enabled rugged mobile computers for use in the Automatic Identification Technology project.
The Intermec rugged mobile computer has been added to the US Government's Automatic Identification Technology-III (AIT-III) contract. Intermec was awarded the contract in 2004 as part of the Government's Automatic Information Technology initiative, a basic building block in the department's efforts to provide timely asset visibility in its global logistics pipeline, whether in process, in storage or in transit. The CK61G will be used to provide visibility of assets throughout the Government's global logistics pipeline.

The CK61G rugged mobile computer will most commonly be used for In-transit Visibility and Depot Repair applications for the US government. The device is available with Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Operating System. The CK61G is supported by advanced software development tools as well as Intermec's Developer Library, providing easy integration of unique hardware capabilities into custom applications. It utilizes a magnesium top cover and tough rubber bumpers at each corner to achieve extremely rugged environmental specifications. To ensure years of trouble-free service, the case is sealed against water and dust to IP64 standards and can withstand repeated six-foot drops.

The addition of the CK61G rugged mobile computer is the latest in a 20-year partnership between Intermec and the US Government. In 2004, Intermec was named prime contractor on a five-year contract to provide an entire range of automatic identification technologies. That contract, referred to as AIT-III and administered by the US Army, supplies a complete line of advanced mobile computing, wireless communications, data collection systems and services — all engineered to meet the most demanding military applications and to deliver unparalleled levels of efficiency and productivity — to all federal agencies and branches of the US Department of Defence worldwide.
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