The movie “Deepwater Horizon” demonstrates one of many scenarios that exemplify the need for devices that can be safely used in explosive and hazardous environments. Watch this fascinating video to learn about Aegex tablets, purpose-built for use in the most hazardous zones of explosive environments. Incapable of igniting a spark, their patents-pending industrial device allows for superior mobile communications on dangerous job sites where traditional devices cannot be used.
- [2:48] “Hazloc” is a new term I haven’t heard of before. What is that?
- [5:50] Aegex has addressed some of the special needs of these industries. How have you done that?
- [8:25] What are the kinds of applications that field workers in these hazardous industries would use on these intrinsically safe devices?
- [10:41] Are there other areas that your company is addressing that perhaps others are not? Any other ruggedized options that we haven’t yet touched on?
- [12:19] What are some of the things that make your hardware unique?
- [16:10] Are there specific needs that you are seeing being met by Windows 10 in your unique set of customers?
ABOUT AEGEX TECHNOLOGIES
Our name, “Aegex,” brings together two concepts of the mythical Aegis shield and “Ex,” the international symbol for Intrinsically Safe. The Aegis shield was carried by Athena and Zeus into battle and protected both gods and mortals from the hazards of battle. Combining the ancient Aegis with the modern designation for safety, “Ex”, we have created a name and business that is built around the concept of protecting customers in hazardous duty, providing hardware and software that helps enterprises operating hazardous locations to better and more safely manage their people and assets.
Aegex Technologies is a premier engineering and design services firm that specializes in creating intrinsically safe mobile solutions for hazardous industries. Our globally certified intrinsically safe Windows 10 tablet provides cloud connectivity to personnel working in some of the world’s most volatile environments, including ATEX/IECEx Zone 1 and UL913 C I, II, III D1 hazardous locations.
For more information please visit http://aegex.com/