Today, many field workers need to regularly process large amounts of data and complete documents outside the office using wireless Internet and mobile devices. To be able to do their jobs effectively, you need to provide them with all the necessary tools and a simple smartphone.
The main requirements for such a device are a great display, the ability to work with gloves, and programmable physical keys. The Galaxy Tab Active 3 tablet is equipped with an 8-inch touch screen and high-resolution screen mode with Enhanced Touch, which allows you to work with gloves.
Listed below are 10 features of dedicated mobile devices that support the work of field workers:
1. Robust Case
It is important that the tablet is protected from water, dust, shock, and can operate in extreme temperatures. The Galaxy Tab Active 3 received MIL TD- 810 H certification and IP 68 water resistance.
2. Electronic Pen
The Samsung S Pen lets you write directly on the Tab Active 3’s screen, making it easy to take notes, describe drawings and graphs, and fill out forms.
3. Programmable Physical Button
As a rule, field staff constantly open the same applications and use certain functions several dozen times a day during day. The Tab Active 3 has programmable physical buttons on the side panel that can be configured for 2 different actions press for the first and press and hold for the second.
4.Work with Gloves
Some professions involve wearing gloves. In addition, now, during the pandemic, they have become a necessity. The Tab Active 3 touchscreen is specially designed to enable users to work with gloves and in high humidity conditions.
5. Support Docking Station
The Tab Active 3 can also be connected to a monitor via an HDMI USB – C cable, or wirelessly to Miracast devices such as Samsung Smart Monitors and TVs. The keyboard and mouse can be connected via Bluetooth.
6. Intelligent connection
Field personnel must have access to the network at all times. The Tab Active 3 uses Wi-Fi 6 and MIMO 2 × 2 to keep team members connected even in low coverage areas. To ensure continuous connectivity on the go, the company supplies tablets with LTE support.
7. Battery that recharges quickly and lasts for a long time
Some professions, such as rescuers, sometimes spend several days in the field without access to electrical outlets. The Tab Active 3 comes with a 5,050mAh removable battery that charges quickly and lets you work all day on a single charge.
8. Work without battery
In some cases, for example, in cars, the tablet is attached and used in a place where direct sunlight falls and there is a possibility of overheating the battery. Tab Active3 supports “no battery” mode, in which the device is constantly powered from the mains.
Good protection of corporate information from fraudsters allows you to avoid leaks that can lead to large financial losses. Samsung’s Knox platform in The Tab Active 3 protects smartphones in hardware and software. The tablet also has biometric fingerprint identification.
10. EMM and Android Enterprise Recommended
Sometimes there are several hundred smartphones and tablets in the company’s mobile device park. In order to configure them quickly and at the same time, you can use the MDM system. A wide variety of such systems are compatible with Samsung Knox Mobile Enrollment.
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