From wearable computers like the Zypad BR2000, to intelligent gateway platforms and mobile access routers like the Helios and DuraMAR family, Eurotech offers a broad portfolio of hardware platforms for different M2M environments.
What does MAR stand for?
MAR stands for Mobile Access Router (Cisco)
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asp> Mobile Access Router to more than 1000 buses in the greater-Seattle area.
About five years ago, the company modified one of its Mobile Access Routers and sent it into orbit on a scientific satellite.
MNR has purchased 80 DuraMAR[TM] Mobile Access Routers (MARs) and 1XRTT Cellular Modem Kits from Parvus for deployment onboard its Budd M3A railcar fleet.
com/prnh/20090226/PH75840LOGO ) "Eurotech incorporates key Cisco technology into their rugged mobile access router products," said Tony Jeffs, marketing director for the Cisco Government Systems and Solutions Group, "As a Solution Technology Integrator, Eurotech has access to Cisco engineering and sales resources to ensure a smooth development and validation process to bring Eurotech product to transportation agencies, municipalities, and solutions integrators quickly.
May 22, 2006 Lufthansa Technik's Mobile Access Router "flying office solution" was made available for A380 customers as a standard option.
The new model demonstrates features of Cisco's 3200 Series Mobile Access Router technology in operational network scenarios and supports mobile IP network planning for OPNET and Cisco customers.
Using the Cisco mobile access router located in the MCP, Cisco and DHB Networks have enabled the city to wirelessly transmit video from surveillance cameras, operate a multi-station voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone network, utilize computer-aided dispatch and mapping software, and utilize mobile IP phones in and around the MPC using the mesh network.