Motion F5 Rugged Tablet PC Honored by Constructech Magazine for Mobility Initiative

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Motion Tablet PCs utilized by Hunt Construction Group increase productivity, safety on the job site

Motion Computing®, a leading provider of integrated mobile computing solutions, today announced that Hunt Construction Group was recognized by Constructech magazine with a 2010 Constructech Vision Award. Motion® was recognized with a Technology Enabler award, as the winning project from Hunt used the Motion F5 Tablet PC, helping to improve mobile productivity.

Presented at the conclusion of Constructech magazine’s fifth annual Technology Day Conference, the Vision Awards honor companies that have realized the advantages of applying innovative technologies to their businesses, as well as the solution providers that have helped them achieve their goal. Hunt Construction Group was awarded with a Silver Vision Award. Additional enabler awards were awarded to Meridian Systems and NoteVault.

“We are extremely pleased to be recognized as part of the solution that has enabled Hunt to increase productivity, reduce costs and improve safety,” said Mike Stinson, Motion’s vice president of marketing. “At Motion we are committed to delivering innovative solutions that improve business efficiencies, addressing the needs of a highly mobile workforce.”

Motion’s rugged tablet PCs improve jobsite performance through real time access to information at the point of construction. Combining durability, mobility and integrated features, the tablet PCs are significantly improving performance across a broad range of construction projects. Visit the Construction Solutions page for information on Motion’s solutions.

“At Hunt, we are continuously looking for ways to improve productivity through advanced technology,” said Ondrei Poliak, director of BIM/VDC technologies, Hunt Construction Group. “With the combined solution of NoteVault and the Motion F5s we are now utilizing information daily that previously took weeks to months to complete, as well as more efficiently addressing safety processes.”

“All of this year’s winners are exemplary companies from the construction industry,” said Mike Carrozzo, chief editor, Constructech magazine. “Remaining innovative at a time when many companies are cutting costs, at the expense of seeing the overall picture, is remarkable. I do hope the effort they have put forth will encourage more companies to follow their lead.”

About Hunt Construction Group
Established in 1944, Hunt has provided over 65 years of construction expertise, making its mark in virtually every major industry. With offices established nationwide, Hunt currently maintains a contract volume of between $6 and $8 billion of work, and is ranked 26th in the Top 400 Contractors list by Engineering News-Record. Through the years, we have built a reputation for on-time, on-budget delivery of landmark projects. Hunt continues to provide the latest services to its clients with a strong emphasis on Green Building and Building Information Modeling (BIM).

About Constructech Magazine
From the perspective of the construction professional, Constructech magazine uncovers the necessary tools to increase productivity and profitability and reveals the value of information technology tools and building control automation.


About Motion Computing
Motion Computing is a mobile computing and wireless communications leader, combining world-class innovation and industry experience so professionals in vertical industries such as healthcare, field sales and service and government can use computing technology in new ways and places. The company’s enhanced line of tablet PCs, mobile clinical assistants and accessories are designed to increase productivity for on-the-go users while providing portability, security, power and versatility. Motion combines those products with services and unique vertical market knowledge to deliver robust solutions – platforms, peripherals, services and wireless – customized for the needs of a particular industry. For more information, visit

Motion Computing and Motion are registered trademarks of Motion Computing, Inc, in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.

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