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BuildingReports Partners with Janam for Custom XM5 Camera-less Scanning Device

March 17, 2015 David Spence Jump to Comments

BuildingReports has partnered with Janam to offer a new custom device, built specifically for the inspection of high-security and restricted areas where devices with cameras are prohibited. The Janam XM5 provides the same benefits as other ruggedized devices from Janam, but the new custom device allows us to provide an alternative for those Service Members that have requested a camera-less solution.

From Janam:

"...Janam’s super-rugged, super-capable and super-affordable XM5 mobile computer eliminates the stress and cost associated with forced application migration and expensive hardware upgrade. Customers can choose the operating system that meets their business needs today while extending their mobility investment years into the future.

"The XM5 redefines productivity and is built to withstand the rigors of heavy-duty use in the field. It combines the latest technological advancements in mobile devices with a sleek and rugged design to provide the power and flexibility that enterprise and government customers demand. Equipped with 4G-ready WWAN and 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi communications, the XM5 ensures mobile workers will be able to access voice and data anytime, anywhere. Additional features include the choice between a 1D/2D imager or 1D laser scanner, as well as integrated RFID and NFC reading capabilities, front and rear facing cameras, Bluetooth and smart battery power management.

"The XM5 survives repeated 5’ drops to concrete across a wide operating temperature range, is sealed to IP65 standards and is UL-certified to provide ultimate reliability in extreme and hazardous locations."

As stated above, the XM5 includes optional features. Interested Service Members should contact Member Services for specific kit pricing or to place an order for the custom camera-less version. Learn more about the XM5 specifications on Janam's website.

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