Janam XM66 Rugged Mobile Computers Used Extensively at London Olympics

Posted August 9, 2012

Janam Technologies announced that its XM66 rugged handheld devices are being used to scan spectator tickets during this summer’s preeminent global sporting event.

“Moving spectators quickly and easily into multiple ticketed venues is crucial for success of the event,” said Harry B. Lerner, CEO of Janam. “We are extremely proud that Janam was selected and couldn’t ask for a better venue to showcase the capabilities of our products.”

“This is yet another case where mission critical operational needs are best addressed with purpose-built tools, as opposed to fragile consumer devices in attachable sleds with half a day of battery life,” Lerner added. “This solution required rapid-fire barcode scanning and secure, reliable wireless data communication in a lightweight yet rugged device.”

Janam’s XM66 handhelds are the only truly rugged devices that offer a full 3.5″ display yet weigh less than 10 ounces. The devices deliver reliable barcode scanning when used indoors or outdoors, withstand multiple drops to concrete and are sealed to IP54 standards so that even wind-driven rain will not affect performance. Small, light, rugged and affordable, the XM66 devices also offer another winning feature: omnidirectional scanning. This allows venue staff to scan the barcode on a ticket from any angle. Since there is no need to align the scan line with the barcode, scan time is decreased which accelerates ticket holder throughput and maximizes efficiency. With approximately 9 million tickets expected to be sold, sheer volume dictates the need for gold-standard performance.

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