CalAmp (NASDAQ: CAMP) said it has introduced its new MDT-7 mobile data terminal featuring the Android operating system and a seven-inch, high-resolution display.
When connected to a CalAmp in-vehicle wireless communications device, the MDT-7 serves as a powerful user interface in an integrated mobile communications system. Customers can develop their own Android OS-based apps or license apps from CalAmp and/or its development community to optimize the MDT-7 for their specific business needs. The CalAmp Mobile Framework (CMF) software provides the interface to CalAmp´s industry leading advanced on-board alert engine PEG and comprehensive management and maintenance system PULS.
Expected to be commercially available in March 2014, the innovative MDT-7 features a multipoint touch-screen display, a ruggedized shock-absorbing silicon case with tethered vehicle dock, CalAmp´s patent-pending triple-axis accelerometer technology, a GPS receiver, front and rear cameras, a 2000 mAh Lithium Polymer battery, plus USB, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.
CalAmp is a leader in providing wireless communications solutions to a broad array of vertical market applications and customers. For more information, visit www.calamp.com.