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CAPTURE
Psion Teklogix’ Ikôn also offers E.ON Gareth Davies, strategic accounts manager
Central Networks a future proof solution. at Psion Teklogix, added: “This big order
Psion Teklogix at a glance
“The Ikôn has more tools and technology demonstrates the ability of the Ikôn to deliver
Psion Teklogix helps mobile workers
than we will use initially but at some point Return on Mobility – not just by making
get more done, add more value and
in the future we will be looking at utilising E.ON’s current tasks more efficient but by
improve relations with customers.
more of its technology, using features such providing a solution that can easily adapt to
Its rugged mobile computers are
as the camera, GPS and ultimately carrying
designed, built and supported to
out trials using RFID.”

The Ikôn is a fit for purpose
maximise Return on Mobility. Psion
Teklogix looks to achieve this by
device – its ruggedness ensures
driving down the total cost of
Risk assessments
connectivity whether it is being used
mobility, improving task efficiencies
and extending the life of each device.
E.ON’s business analyst Nick Willmott has
in rain, climbing over fences or in
Psion Teklogix’ Return on Mobility
already spent time using the Ikôn carrying
out risk assessments along with six field
the dust and dirt in substations.”
helps the most progressive field
service, logistics, supply chain and
service staff: fitters, overhead line and
– Gareth Davies, Psion Teklogix.
transportation companies stay ahead.
substation inspectors. “Our inspectors liked
Psion Teklogix is the main operating
the look and feel of the Ikôn compared to
company of Psion Group, a public
our old much smaller non-rugged PDAs E.On’s future plans. The Ikôn is a fit for
company quoted on the London
that were easy to lose and drop,” he said. purpose device – its ruggedness ensures
Stock Exchange. It is headquartered
“You knew where it was and that you connectivity whether it is being used in rain,
in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with
weren’t going to drop it – and even if you climbing over fences or in the dust and dirt
did you knew it will take a knock. They also in substations.” E.ON will commence rolling
corporate offices located in Europe,
enjoyed the fast response times and the out the Ikôn to its field staff in June and this
the US, Asia, Latin America and the
visibility offered by the Ikôn’s screen.” will be complete by September.
Middle East.
circlesolid
“Our inspectors liked the look and feel of the Ikôn compared to our old much smaller non-rugged PDAs that were easy to lose and drop. You knew
where it was and that you werenʼt going to drop it – and even if you did you knew it will take a knock. They also enjoyed the fast response times
and the visibility offered by the Ikônʼs screen.” – Nick Willmott, E.ON.
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