RAM Mounting Systems introduces IntelliSkin, a safety device case for regular docking and undocking of mobile phones and tablets common in trucking and field applications. IntelliSkin provides basic charging contacts to avoid damage to Samsung phones and tablets in rugged business application environments, the company stated. IntelliSkin features an integrated power adapter compatible with any GDS (Worldwide Docking System innovation) charging dock. This avoids damage to the device charging port and develops a universal docking system compatible with any device covered with an IntelliSkin case, according to RAM Mounts. “& ldquo; We are excited to work with Samsung to bring popular mobile devices to office applications consisting of transportation, product handling and work truck usage,” & rdquo; stated Aaron Hersey, vice president of sales and marketing at RAM Mounting Systems. “& ldquo; IntelliSkin with GDS docking innovation makes it possible to utilize smartphones and tablets with fewer issues in rugged environments where gadgets are moved frequently among trucks, equipment and workplaces.” & rdquo; Trucking fleets can utilize IntelliSkin with GDS to make it possible for with higher confidence fleet tracking apps, consisting of hours-of-service, journey evaluations, two-way communication, navigation and more, Hersey stated. “& ldquo; The problem with common mounting and charging systems for consumer innovation gadgets is the speed of innovation and the variety of different alternatives readily available,” & rdquo; said Hersey. & ldquo; With the GDS platform, all charging and docking is standardized. When updating to a new gadget with various charging ports, companies only need to change the IntelliSkin case.” & rdquo; In addition to cross-compatibility for charging and data exchange, GDS docking stations enable access to keyboards, displays, speakers, hard disk drives and other USB gadgets by plugging in a connectivity hub to the back of the dock, according to the company. A variety of GDS docks are offered for desk, mu …
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SAN ANTONIO, Oct. 22, 2015/ PRNewswire/– Green Car Journal and the San Antonio Automobile & Truck Show have revealed finalists for the 2016 Environment-friendly Truck of the Year™ ™ and 2016 Commercial Green Car of the Year ™ awards. The Green Truck of the Year™ ™ nominees are the Chevrolet Colorado Duramax, Ford F-150, GMC Canyon Duramax, Nissan Titan XD, and Toyota Tacoma. Vying for the all-new 2016 Commercial Green Vehicle of the Year™ ™ award are the Chevrolet City Express, Ford Transit Link, Mercedes-Benz Metris, Nissan NV200, and Ram ProMaster City. “Over the previous few decades, new vehicle models have actually gained from design and innovation enhancements that have actually brought greater fuel efficiency and higher levels of environmental compatibility,” said Green Automobile Journal and CarsOfChange.com Editor and Publisher Ron Cogan. “With models like these 10 deserving finalists, we’re experiencing the pickup and light office automobile field enjoying the very same interest.” The brand-new Commercial Environment-friendly Car of the Year™ ™ award is part of a broadened awards program provided at this year’s 2015 San Antonio Car & Truck Show. It recognizes the growing value of reliable and environmentally positive cars, such as compact vans, commonly used by small companies and fleets. “These finalists display how improved ecological efficiency is becoming part of the DNA of pickups and light industrial automobiles,” said San Antonio Auto Dealers Association President Pam Crail. “Acknowledging the importance of these innovative innovations at the San Antonio Automobile & Truck Program is a vital step toward encouraging more of these cars on South Texas highways.” As part of the vetting procedure, Eco-friendly Vehicle Journal assesses the environmental accomplishment of pickups and light-duty office cars, along with their all-important functionality. Cars working on all fuels and technologies are thought about. Market significance, ‘newness,’ and other vital requirements are w.
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