Since the release of Apple’s original iPad, it has been our goal at modulR to find new ways to make the iPad more practical, mobile and versatile.
We’ve been able to grow our business by listening to our customers and understanding their needs best when deploying the iPad into a fast-paced, rapidly changing workforce.
Never a one size fits all type of company, we continue to strive to design, create and build the mobility solutions that fits you and your business.
Thank you to all who dug a little deeper in the web to find a better way to use your iPad.
modulR’s range of iPad solutions are specially designed for the front line of today’s mobile workforce. Stand, Straps and mounts designed to help you not only meet the elements but defy them with comfort, protection and added function that is unsurpassed.
Through a tailored or even custom solution we can help your business expand the productivity and flexibility of any iPad deployment. Give us a call today at 888.535.8355 or email us today at business@modulR.com.
We are fortunate to work with some of the most advanced iPad deployments to date. Businesses, schools, hospitals and organizations all reinventing their workspace and workflow with the iPad. Our products are continually advanced based on the needs of this mobile workforce. In fact, we have several industry specific solutions in production and several more in development.
One such product looking for a suitable home in retail, hospitality or service is our bluetooth security case and stand. Featuring modulR’s patented case with several additional patents pending, we aimed to break down the barrier between security and mobility for the iPad. Currently in development.
+ Featuring an innovative bluetooth locking mount combined with a modulR rugged case and utility glove.
+ Lock/unlock the iPad with quick and easy keypad access
+ Built-in charging for wire-free and worry-free maintenance
+ Military-grade shock protection, ergonomic carrying solution
+ Rotate for portrait or landscape orientation
At modulR, we focus on the iPad user experience. How do people interact with the iPad and the different environments around them? We then design and manufacture protective, versatile cases and accessories designed to maximize the iPad’s comfort and purpose.
Like most Apple enthusiasts, we’ve been intrigued with Apple’s patents and investments into motion sensing, sapphire glass, Touch ID and 3D user interfaces. Our hope is a future where user interaction is intuitive beyond touch, where anticipation of user intention and understanding of finger engagement gives way to completely new device experiences.
“While the tech press is obsessed with Apple’s plans for an iWatch and a new Apple TV device, it’s instructive to pay closer attention to the business CEO Tim Cook is actually already building.”
In Jim Edward’s recent article, Apple Is Already Building Its Next Massive Business And No One Seems To Have Noticed, Mr. Edward’s highlights Apple’s Touch ID and iBeacon initiatives and makes the case for why these will lead to a massive disruption in the retail space.
As for Touch ID, beyond a secure means to access your phone, this technology is providing a friction-free way to online (and soon off-line) purchases.
In addition, the iBeacon platform is setting the stage for “a mobile retail marketing infrastructure across the U.S.” This technology will allow localized communication with devices and retail environments.
For a full read check out the article on Business Insider.
Louisville, KY February 06, 2014
modulR LLC, maker of mobility accessories for the iPad and other tablet devices announced the launch of its patented iPad case system with click-to-fit accessories for the new iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display.
“These new iPads continue to set the standard for workforce mobility,” said Josh Beatty, modulR’s founder and CEO, “and modulR is excited to release the World’s Thinnest Shock-proof Case plus the most Versatile Accessory System available for mobile workers and iPad enthusiasts alike.”
modulR’s patented node system allows for interchangeable straps and mounts to make the iPad easily adaptable to countless work environments and workflows. Coupled with the World’s Thinnest Shock-proof Case, modulR has the premier iPad case and accessories system available, earning it a spot in the 2014 iLounge buyer’s guide and critical acclaim since its launch in 2010.
Most tough cases force people to trade protection for thickness – transforming the low-profile iPad into a bulky device. modulR’s cases are designed to preserve the slim form-factor of the iPad and keep it comfortable while offering military-grade protection. In addition, modulR’s Air and Retina Case come with an innovative Flip Cover that attaches to the front and back of the case. The cover integrates modulR’s patented nodes, making attachment to a range of task-based accessories, including straps, stands and mounts simple, while maintaining easy iPad access.
“Our focus is on meeting the needs of today’s millennial and mobile workforce through a system that is tough yet super-slim, simple yet extremely versatile and maximizes the iPad’s comfort and purpose,” said Beatty. “modulR’s patented click-to-fit technology is designed to integrate with any workflow and keep mobile workers mobile.”
modulR’s iPad Mini Mobility Pack includes Shock-Proof Case | Flip Cover | Hand Strap | Shoulder Strap | Wrist Strap
modulR’s iPad Air Pack includes Shock-Proof Case | Flip Cover | Universal Utility Glove
It’s been over four years since the original iPad launched and industries have moved from test to trial to total deployment of the device. Even in industries anemic to change like healthcare, the iPad has proven itself a fully functional and integral part of today’s workflow. In her article for Computer Weekly, Caroline Baldwin tells the story of a hospital’s embrace of the iPad and its pace for integration into different parts of the healthcare environment.
In the past, the iPad has been a great tool for accessing information on the go and administrative purposes. This has primed hospitals for the efficiencies that come with tablet solutions, but security concerns and legacy system integrations have prevented full implementation of such devices. Now this is changing. More secure and better applications are allowing the iPad greater access to patient care and integration with other hospital protocols. The hospital in Baldwin’s article, for example, is currently in the process of setting up a clinical portal to provide a variety of iPad-supported applications. This portal will deliver clinical apps through the browser and could allow a clinician to pull up a pathology report or a radiology scan at the patient’s bedside, freeing the clinician from the restriction of a full workstation or PC.
In addition to improving a hospital’s operations and bottom line, the goal is for iPads and devices to improve patient interactions, by addressing a few of consumers’ top gripes about hospital visits, including slow communication of results, rushed visits and long waits. The good news is that there is a lot of improvement to be had.