The purpose of military supply lines is to rapidly and efficiently transport goods from one place to another. A primary goal is to speed up this process and make it more effective, while still maintaining the quality of the goods and the safety of the transporters.
Rugged Tablets Enable Better Logistics
With rugged tablets, military officials can successfully track their shipments with real-time data and communication. From origin to destination, shipments can be tracked and handled safely. Whether in the office or on the field, portable tablets can follow both employees and shipments from start to finish.
Here are just a few features that can benefit supply line personnel:
- Rugged, sturdy designs that can withstand the pressures of travel and loading/unloading crates and packages.
- Confirmation and tracking for shipments can be displayed online, so all people involved have a good idea of their delivery status.
- Orders can also be completed digitally, to reduce the hassle accompanied with papers and physical documents.
- Barcode and RFID scanning to organize, sort, and keep track of shipment contents without having to repeatedly open them.
Rugged tablets don’t have to be limited to the warehouse or on the road, however. They can be mounted, carried, or used in office or home settings as well. Whether the tablet is being used inside a forklift, secured to a wall for check-in, check-out, or passed off from one employee to the next, it is made with the ultimate portable design.
Drivers can stay in touch with their employers no matter where in the country they are, and rugged tablets are also designed to withstand the worst conditions. From cold snow or rain to extreme temperatures, a ruggedized tablet is made to last. With long battery life and GPS functions even in airspace or on back roads, employers can keep close eyes on their shipments wherever they go.
Scalability is Key
Whether a logistics problem involves 5-15 personnel or over a thousand, tablet technology makes it easy to keep track of all of them and their assignments. No job is too small to be made more efficient, and real-time communication can assist with deliveries, pickups, and the travel along the way.
Paperwork, inaccurate maps, and lost/late deliveries can be avoided when the process becomes completely digital. By taking the next step in streamlining supply lines and improving rapid response and accurate logging, progress can be ensured with a few taps to a touchscreen of a purpose built rugged tablet.