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Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - The challenges of deploying mobile devices in an ATEX environment

07 December 2018

An insight into some of the challenges which could be faced, when looking to deploy mobile end-user devices into the field. Currently we are going through the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) with emerging data rich technologies, such as IOT, AI, QC and AV, all of which  are rapidly evolving to support organisations in becoming more digitalised. In order to capture, utilise and manipulate data, end-users are relying on feature rich devices to aid them in this

Deploying end-user devices in any enterprise business can be a challenge, however, this challenge is multiplied given the nature of ATEX environments. When deploying mobile devices into such environments, it is imperative to consider factors such as; device format, platform stability, data security and also to ensure that the correct eco-system is being established. During the presentation, Jackson will be sharing his experiences and highlighting some of the significant challenges which end-users may face.

Jackson White has extensive experience within both the IT and telecoms industry. Having joined Getac in 2014, Jackson has gone on to become a senior figure in developing Getac’s sector solutions. With an in-depth understanding of deploying mobile technology in field environments. Jackson’s knowledge and understanding has aided him not just in the supply of technology, but also in contributing towards future innovations across multiple industries.


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