Datamatic named Certified Repair Depot for Trimble handheld computers
Datamatic recently announced that it has been named a Certified Repair Depot for Trimble's line of ruggedized Nomad handheld computers. Datamatic has completed the expansion of its existing Plano service center to include repair capabilities for the Nomad's 800 and 900 lines.
PLANO, TEXAS, Nov. 20, 2014 -- Datamatic, a specialist in meter reading solutions for global utilities, recently announced that it has been named a Certified Repair Depot for Trimble's line of ruggedized Nomad™ handheld computers. Datamatic has completed the expansion of its existing Plano service center to include repair capabilities for the Nomad's 800 and 900 lines.
The certification allows Datamatic to take care of its hundreds of utility customers worldwide from the Plano service center rather than require them to send handhelds to Trimble for repair. The move also helps existing Trimble customers who can now utilize Datamatic's state-of-the-art, quick-turnaround North Texas repair depot.
Trimble provides integrated GPS technology with a wide range of options, including application software and wireless communications that provide complete commercial solutions. These integrated capabilities allow users to collect, manage and analyze information faster and easier, making companies more efficient and profitable. Trimble products are used in over 150 countries worldwide when coupled with highly capable dealers and distribution partners serving and supporting customers.
Datamatic provides value-added meter reading software for the Nomad. The ROADRUNNER™ Nomad is a powerful and versatile solution for meter reading. The Nomad incorporates the latest technologies, including Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, a laser scanner, and a 5MP camera. When combined with Datamatic's RouteSTAR™ Meter Reading Software, utility meters are read with or without AMR/AMI radio technology.
About Datamatic, Inc.
Datamatic is a specialist in utility meter reading automation. The company's innovative technology created an industry with the first electronic meter reading system in 1980. For over a quarter of a century, its technology has been at the forefront in the design, implementation and support of advanced utility meter reading and field data collection solutions for water, gas and electric utilities. For more information, visit www.datamatic.com.