1DLI 7200 Rugged PDA
2DLI 9000 Rugged Mobile Tablet
Introduced May 21, the DLI 9000 Rugged Mobile Tablet features a five-in-one mobile point-of-service (POS) module that allows doctors to take payments from patients at their hospital bedside or in their homes during a house call. The unit comes with an Intel Atom Z670 processor, 2GB of 800MHz double data rate type 2 (DDR2) memory and a 64GB solid-state data storage drive.
3Juniper Mesa Rugged Notepad
4Juniper Mesa Rugged Notepad Can Take a Fall
5Samwell RuggedBook 750
At the 2012 Computex show from June 5 to 9 in Taipei, the Taiwan-based Samwell Group displayed its RuggedBook 750. The unit runs a dual-core Intel Cedar Trail CPU and features a 10.4-inch touch-screen LCD. It can survive temperatures of -4 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Samwell rugged models are used in field service, health care, hospitality, logistics, transportation and utilities.
6Panasonic ToughBook Enables EMS Reporting on SafetyPad
Here an emergency medical technician uses a Panasonic ToughBook to run Open’s SafetyPad software platform to enable data reporting on an electronic “run report” between an ambulance and a hospital. Encrypted communication protocols allow for the exchange of patient data between the SafetyPad platform and electronic health records in hospital emergency departments.
7SafetyPad Aids EMTs With Patient Documentation
Open’s SafetyPad software runs on rugged devices to allow EMT workers to check a patient’s symptoms and vital signs, such as heart rate and oxygen levels. It integrates with a cloud-based electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) platform developed by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.