Android Enterprise rugged PDA support barcode scanner

Rugged Tablets 10Months ago (08-16) 176 0

Abstract:RuggTablets offers a wide range of rugged handheld, PDAs and smartphones that are built to withstand tough industrial and harsh environments. Android Enterprise rugged PDA which support barcode scanner

5-inch Andriod 11 rugged PDA support Android Enterprise system which is known as Mobile Data Terminal

The industrial features of the rugged PDA are tough, durable, and portable which can be used in harsh environments, such as high-temperature workshops and cold areas in the north.
The handheld should also have a higher level of industrial protection which need to be certificated by MIL-STD-810G/H and IP65/IP67/IP68, such as Drop-proof, dust-proof, waterproof, oil-proof etc.
The Rugged handheld supports barcode scanning and RFID reading, with data acquisition and data processing capabilities. As a mobile information processing tool, mobile phones are widely used in logistics, express delivery, manufacturing, retail, medical treatment, public utilities and other fields to improve efficiency.

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  • Support for Android 11 system
  • Optional 3G/4G all network communication, WiFi, Bluetooth and other communication modes
  • Equipped with a 4000mAh large capacity battery, the machine has an endurance of 10 hours
  • IP65 high protection level, in accordance with MIL-STD-810G
  • Support GPS, Glonass, Beidou(G+G+B), more accurate positioning
  • Support front 5 million and rear 13 million pixel auto focus camera
  • 2D, NFC and other functional modules to meet the application needs of multiple industries


Android Enterprise (AE) offers a few things:

  • A reliable EMM experience, knowing when a configuration is pushed, all AE devices will support and execute the relevant requests.
  • A containerised work/life separation primarily aimed at BYOD, referred to as a work profile, which in Android 11 also became the basis for COPE.
  • A fully locked-down, managed mode for complete corporate ownership with no personal space, referred to as fully managed (previously work-managed).
  • A single-use mode (Android Kiosk, but on a fully managed device) for Kiosk-like applications, referred to as dedicated (previously COSU – Corporately Owned, Single Use).
  • A combined work/personal COPE usecase for company owned devices permitting personal use. Between 8-10 this was a work profile inflated within a fully managed device allowing absolute control and visibility of the entire device, from 11 this transitioned to a variation of a work profile (BYOD) deployment with a little more visibility and control for IT than work profile alone, but offering far more privacy at a cost of management.
  • Out of the box, zero-touch enrolment for Android 8.0 and above (or 7.0 for Pixel).
  • A managed Google Play portal offering an application store for work devices containing only explicitly approved applications, the ability to rapidly deploy internal applications through a fast-track upload process, granular app track management, and web app support.
  • Silent application installation without the need for a user-provided Google account on the device.
  • Managed configs, a way of deploying corporate settings to managed applications (think Exchange profiles, but configurable in Gmail directly. See below).
  • OEMConfig, a means for OEMs to provide additional APIs over and above Android Enterprise easily managed directly through an EMM

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