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MIMS and Mobile Computing

MIMS and Mobile Computing

MIMS and Mobile Computing

Is anyone using MIMS 4.3 interfaced with a Mobile Computing Solution (i.e, MDSI, Intergraph's Inservice, etc.)?  If so, are you using a real-time interface or batch processing?  What are your challenges to developing the interface?

RE: MIMS and Mobile Computing

Canadian Defence uses the deployed version on the 4.4 platform.  They also use Remote access while deployed with consistent communications and Satalitte uplink.

They are considering moving to Ellipse 5+ in the near future.

I believe they use MX series for batch communications.  But am not able to tell you 100%.

You can contact the Canadian Defence ISSG (In Service Support Group)CPO Brad Hutchinson through email  hutchinson.bj@forces.gc.ca if you require additional details.  He is one of their lead Deployed Staff Members.


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