AD High Tech needed to replace iPads in a customer's in-wall monitoring stations used for resident property surveillance. The solution had to be:
- Compact enough to fit in the wall enclosures that previously housed the iPads
- Durable enough for 24x7 use
- Support Windows for remote access
AD High Tech is a technology company specialized in providing video surveillance, computer network, and telephone configuration, and cloud storage solution for surveillance video files.
The Business Challenge
The iPads couldn't handle the stress of 24x7 use. Additionally, iPads don't support Windows so that the client couldn't connect to the iPads remotely for routine administration, patching, diagnostic and maintenance.
The main challenge was to find a computer that would fit into the enclosure that previously housed the iPads. The computer had to fit flush against the wall, so it didn't protrude from the cabinet.
The objective was to find not only sleek but also durable solution. The computer must be able to operate 24x7 without failing or requiring a lot of repairs or frequent maintenance.
The customer also required a Windows-based touch-screen PC.
The Cybernet Solution
AD High Tech was looking for a solution to replace their iPads. After a successful demo of the CyberMed M10, AD High Tech determined that Cybernet's M10 was the best option.
AD High Tech replaced all of their iPads with the CyberMed M10 after retrofitting the wall mount they had designed for the iPads.
The CyberMed M10 devices fit well into the wall enclosures. After some retrofitting, CyberMed M10 10 inch medical PC worked flawlessly with the wall mounts designed for the iPads.