In a clear push towards mobile innovation, Bartec and eVision announce a global agreement for the delivery of rugged, intrinsically safe devices. This partnership ensures worldwide distribution and support of eVision’s suite of mobile Control of Work applications on Bartec’s explosion-proof mobile devices.
During daily operations, equipment dependability is a priority. Bartec’s flexible and powerful ATEX-compliant devices offer the perfect gateway to eVision’s advanced front line Control of Work tools, enabling personnel to work faster, safer, and with more situational awareness.
“Partnering with Bartec is the ideal next step towards the mobile future. This synergy between software and hardware provides the front line workforce with the tools they require to further improve daily maintenance”, says Ton Geelen, eVision’s Chief Commercial Officer. “We look forward to jointly innovating in this highly impactful area within Control of Work.”
Bartec’s rugged Android devices will support eVision’s supplementary Control of Work applications, enabling users to, for example, verify isolations on-site, perform gas measurements, and bring permits live. eVision’s application suite makes full use of Bartec’s advanced technology, including Barcode and RFID scanning, resulting in shorter work processes and increased hands-on tool time.
“Through the cooperation with partners like eVision, we set new standards for enterprise mobility in hazardous areas. The smart combination of state-of-the-art hardware and innovative software provides the operators with a solution making the daily work safer, more efficient and easier to handle”, confirms Nader Halmuschi, Vice President Automation & Communication Systems at Bartec. “Any hardware is only as good as the software running on the device but a software can only work well if the used devices meet all relevant safety requirements. Therefore, Bartec and eVision are the perfect match: Together we make the world a safer place!”
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