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New emulation tools bring ease-of-use and automation to rugged computing

Växjö, Sweden, 30 March 2015   * * *   JLT Mobile Computers (http://www.jltmobile.com/), Swedish developer and manufacturer of rugged computers for demanding environments, announces new solutions for its rugged computers to emulate a networked terminal. The emulators can easily be customized to users' needs without adapting the hardware, enabling customers to fully exploit the benefits of a rugged computer with even greater ease.

The terminal emulator, Freefloat Access from Freefloat connects the JLT rugged computer to IBM mainframes (3270), AS/400 (5250), UNIX (VT 100/220), Linux (ANSI) and SAP systems (ANSI). It is developed specifically to deliver an optimized solution for integrating bar codes, 2D codes or RFID in an existing legacy host system, WMS system like Manhattan or ERP system like SAP. In addition, JLT provides a virtual keyboard, Freefloat Key, that is used with the computer touch screen and can easily be redesigned to make the operator's work more effective. It provides a simple path to customization of the user interface, language, typeface and font size, supporting full and almost limitless personalization through a powerful tool.

The JLT rugged computers are used in an increasingly wide array of industries, where their powerful processing can enable greater productivity. In the next step along that roadmap, JLT has now made it even easier to integrate those terminals into legacy networks, as well as allowing complex tasks to be automated with a single keystroke and custom keys to initiate predefined functions.

"Through this effort, our end-users will now be able to make full use of our powerful rugged mobile computers," said Anders Grandin, product manager at JLT Mobile Computers. "The new emulation tools will benefit our customers in a wide range of industries, enabling even greater productivity."

The new emulation terminal and virtual keyboard are available today from JLT and will be demonstrated at SITL (http://www.sitl.eu/site/GB,C12051,I12031.htm?KM_Session=5487002860afde7307e992ec7b44aee7), Paris, March 31 - April 2, 2015, Booth J108.

About JLT Mobile Computers

JLT Mobile Computers is a leading developer of rugged mobile computers for demanding environments. These PC-type computers are developed and manufactured in Sweden for professional use and are characterized by very high reliability in the face of moisture, dust, vibration, electromagnetic fields or extreme temperature - reliability that is required for use in areas such as transportation, warehousing / logistics, forestry, mining, automation, military and rescue vehicles. JLT operates globally with offices in Sweden and the US, complemented by a network of sales partners that provide complete solutions and local support. JLT has delivered over 90,000 PCs since its inception and the company's turnover in 2014 was SEK 72 million.  The headquarters in Växjö, Sweden houses the development, service and administration departments. The company was founded in 1994 and since 2002 has been listed on the NASDAQ OMX, First North, under the symbol JLT by Remium as Certified Advisor. For additional information, please visit www.jltmobile.com (http://www.jltmobile.com/).



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Source: JLT Mobile Computers AB via Globenewswire

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