In today's supply chain, the only constant is change. The interruptions, both in the short term as a forklift failure, and in the long term as a natural disaster, are a fact. The supply chains most prepared to adapt to these breaks will use mobile computing technology that gives them more flexibility. Thor's VMC (Thor-Vehicle-Mount Computer) computer, the 10th generation of VMC developed by Honeywell, offers unprecedented flexibility and, with it, innovations in the supply chain.
The VM1 combines a fast 1.6 GHz Atom Z530 processor, WWAN, WLAN and Bluetooth® wireless connectivity and a Microsoft® Windows CE 6.0 or Windows® Embedded Standard operating system, with three breakthrough innovations that create time savings and revenue gains of immediate productivity. A field-replaceable front panel allows the end user to repair the most common break point of vehicle-mounted computers or convert a standard temp unit to a freezer-ready unit in just a few minutes with just one screwdriver. The VM1's Quick Mount Smart Dock separates the computer from the power supply, allowing a user to unhook the unit from a forklift truck and reload it onto a second vehicle without losing a single transaction. And the VM1 power-up control feature allows the user to set power-saving preferences to save time on startup and extend vehicle battery life.
Dramatic productivity gains become possible when innovation breaks conventional thinking, even in the harshest environments.
Are you ready to see how VM1 can change your business?