Seeing the value of mobile devices like the Ultra-Mobile PC, GiveMePower has just announced two new ultra-mobile solutions for its surveying and inspection software. It is a good sign to see the corporate up-take on the Ultra-Mobile PC platform, and TabletKiosk’s making headway in that area.
GiveMePower Corporation (OTCBB:GMPW), today launched two new ultra-mobile computing solutions for building surveying and inspection, construction area estimating and reporting, and facilities asset and information management – featuring hardware from mobility market leaders Dell and Tablet Kiosk.
Centered around GiveMePower’s critically-acclaimed PowerCAD® SiteMasterTM as-built floor planning, design and facilities information management software, two different Turn-On-and-Go solutions are now available for purchase, featuring either Dell’s AximTM X51v handheld PC or Tablet Kiosk’s eoTM Ultra Mobile PC as the mobile / handheld computing device, and Leica Geosystem’s DISTOTM A6 Bluetooth® wireless laser to measure and instantly create AutoCAD®-compatible drawings with “point, shoot, done” simplicity and speed.
“Our customers told us they wanted turn-key mobile systems that had everything they needed to be instantly productive,” said Cliff Carr, vice president of North American Sales for GiveMePower. “Our new Turn-On-and-Go solutions deliver in ultra-lightweight configurations that fit any user’s preference, and that maximize operator speed and safety using the best mobile equipment money can buy.”
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