Rugged mobile data capture solutions for environmental health
Spirit is a leading data capture specialist, offering business mobility solutions to environmental health organisations across the UK.
We specialise in rugged mobile computing solutions for the following applications:
A typical mobile working application from Spirit would include:
Spirit has developed Mobile Connect™, a highly scalable, enterprise-class mobile software platform designed to enable businesses to rapidly deploy a variety of mobile applications.
We are authorised distributors for a wide choice of rugged PDAs & Tablet PCs, scanners, printers and wireless products from all the leading manufacturers including Motorola, Honeywell and Intermec.
Here are two example of how a mobile device might be used:
The mobile computer gives details of the work, including the address and the aim of the inspection. The operator can input information such as arrival at the correct destination and the areas inspected. He can also note down any actions required (such as failure to comply with specific regulations and the need to send documentation such as training leaflets or general food safety information).
The operator can enter details of any special risks involved to himself (including the need for specialist equipment); to other people; or to the environment. He can say whether or not the job can be safely completed and can make notes on his progress. He can set a date for a revisit if required. The mobile computer can also be used to enter the cost and payment details and any additional information or recommendations.
Spirit has written a series of case studies on environmental health, please find out more below:
Blackburn Borough Council need a rugged PDA with a battery life of more than six hours and excellent screen visibility and selected the M3 Rugged PDA.
Newcastle City Council. Its Environment and Regeneration Directorate has invested in Motorola MC35 Enterprise Digital Assistants. These work on a message-based system that sends, receives, deletes and updates jobs in real time. Job requirements are collected by the directorate’s call centre and then allocated to operatives via the Works Management System which then dispatches them to the hand held units.
Council uses the Gotive H42 Wireless Enterprise Communicators for street
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Wakefield and District Housing wanted greater control over its many mobile devices, it selected MobiControl, a mobile device management solution developed by SOTI Inc.