It’s finally HERE – intrinsically Safe iPad Case is transforming industries in a big way!
A West Australian mobile company, SEE Forge announces the release and certification of a new intrinsically safe and rugged iPad case for oil and gas, and underground mining.
These cases are highly specialised, engineered and certified for Class 1 Division 2 and ATEX Zone 2.
The intrinsically safe iPad case covers the entire iPad so that employees that work in hazardous sites use their mobile devices to complete their paperwork without having to worry about intrinsically safe regulations.
The cases are designed to resist shocks, vibrations, dust and water within indoor or outdoor environments, enabling employees to use iPad’s in classified hazardous environments. The intrinsically safe iPad case allows employees to connect securely to through Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G. This allows employees to use SEE Forge’s technology to capture issues and report in real-time so that the information can easily be reviewed, tracked and resolved.
“Intrinsically safe cases for iPad’s have not previously been available to industries such as oil & gas and underground mining before today. With these new certified cases, employees will have the opportunity and flexibility to work and report while they are in areas that were previously restricted. This is an exciting opportunity for companies to boost their productivity,” explains James McDonough, co-founder and Managing Partner at SEE Forge Mobile Solutions.
This newly release product is available for immediate use in Australia at SEE Forge’s website. Click here for further information in regards to the product and its specifications.