The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site.Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links.
We are sorry, This PDF is available in download format only
Mobile Customer Service at the Bus StopFrom government agencies to business enterprises, organizations compile mountains of data as they run their operations. Now, innovators like Sacramento Regional Transit District (RT) are taking advantage of a new generation of mobile devices to turn that data into a better customer and citizen experience. RT has launched a touch-enabled Windows 8* app that uses riders’ Intel®-based Ultrabooks™, tablets, and other devices to provide up-to-the-minute answers to the perennial question, “Where’s my bus?”“When you’re out at the bus stop, the one thing you want to know is, 'When is my bus going to come?'” says Michael A. Mattos, chief of facilities and business support services at RT. “With this app, we can show them.”Read the full Mobile Customer Service at the Bus Stop
Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance enhances customer service and saves paper with Windows* 8 tablets.
ICT learning program engages students with Intel® Atom™ processor-based HP ElitePad* tablets.
Tablets in the Classroom: Personal Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 systems empower Northern Michigan University students and faculty
Get the basics on 64-bit mobile computing basics to see if upgrading makes sense for you.
Touch-based apps for Ultrabooks™ spur pharmaceutical research productivity and IT compatibility.
Keep on track with technology for real-time data analytics and computational fluid dynamics.