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Oxford Technologies. Productivity Transformation of Field Operations * Second Generation Modular Computing *. Alan Taylor Ivan Cardenas Oxford Technologies, Inc. May 6, 2002. April 2004. April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies. Oxford Technologies. The Modular Computing Platform.

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Oxford Technologies

Productivity Transformation of Field Operations

* Second Generation Modular Computing *

Alan Taylor

Ivan Cardenas

Oxford Technologies, Inc.

May 6, 2002

April2004

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies

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Oxford Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Our Vision: Extending the Enterprise to any Point of Activity

STRATEGIES

  • Enablement: The right information in the hands of the user, in any location, to be accessed as and when required.
  • Empowerment: More data than currently imagined to intelligently exceed any basic job requirements.
  • Transformation: New mobile capabilities for new processes

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The entire global enterprise space has re-engineered it’s processes around networked PC technology because PC’s enable, empower and transform.

Oxford expects new business process productivity gains for the field to be similar to the gains on the desktop from the past 25 years

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies

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Oxford Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Realizing the Vision:

  • Oxford is bringing the world’s most advanced mobility platform to the Petrochemical Space – The Antelope MCC (Modular Computer Core)
  • The MCC was developed over 4 years by IBM Research
  • MCC technology has been licensed to Oxford Strategic Partner Antelope Technologies
  • The MCC is now in production – Oxford expects a hazardous area rated version for early Q4 of this year

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies

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WinXP& Linux

WinXPe

Optimized for Cost and Control

Specific Mobile Applications

Specific Mobile Data

Specific Peripherals

Optimized Performance and Size

All Applications

All Data

All Peripherals

Antelope Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Modular Computing Architecture – Power to Transform

Any scenario, Anytime, Anywhere …….. One “Computer”

Executive SFA Scenario

Mobile FFA Scenario

ConsumerScenario

Industrial Work Scenario

April 2004 –  Antelope Technologies

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1st

Generation 

2nd

Generation 

3rd

Generation 

Next

Generation ?

Antelope Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

The Evolutionary Path for Mobility is Clear

Power

versus

Portability

2003

April 2004 –  Antelope Technologies

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Antelope Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Selected MCC applications in evaluation or deployment

Military and Defense – US, UK, Australia, Middle East

Law Enforcement – UK, South Africa

Medical – * Care-giving, Pharmaceutical & ER

Pharmaceutical - Point of care

General Vertical Applications

Plant Turnarounds, “Que-busting”, etc.

* See article in Forbes / in partnership with IBM

Device Evaluation

April 2004 – Antelope Technologies

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Oxford Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Wireless & Paperless Enterprise Operations

Voice driven applications

Handwriting recognition

Signature capture

Wireless Enterprise Access

Client/Server Applications

Video, photos

Device Evaluation

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies

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Oxford Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Knowledge Capture & Distribution

Maximizes utilization of subject matter experts

Global Tele-collaboration (in partnership with NUWC)

Remote Training and Supervision

Fewer errors and faster cycle times

Video-enhanced documentation

Deployed in Iraq, SE Asia, USS Carl Vinson Battle Group

Device Evaluation

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies

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Oxford Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Real Time Control & Data Acquisition

File / Process

Data Server

Wireless LAN

Access Point

Data

Ethernet

WAN/Satellite

11 MB

IEEE

802.11 Wireless

LAN

Enterprise

Computing

System

Control

Ethernet

Operator

Interface LAN

Supervisor Station

Ultra Mobile Computer Field Station

RTU/PLC/TMR

Controllers

GPS, Field Sensors, Field Networks,Video Streams, RFID, Digital Images, Smart X-mitters

Instruments

Major Operating Equipment

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies

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Oxford Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Emergency Response

Tactical Survey Data

  • Mission critical information for HAZMAT, Firefighters, National Guard, SWAT, etc.
  • Site maps, video, personnel and other information are pre-analyzed, organized and mobile
  • Wireless information transmittal for faster site reporting - including video, voice, graphics

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies

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Oxford Technologies

The Modular Computing Platform

Connectivity by

Satellite

Sensor Data

Images & Video

Mobile

(command

vehicle mounted)

Wireless LAN

UAV Surveillance

(proposed by DOD)

CDSI Relay

Satellite

Wireless, Real-time, Bi-Directional Data Video and Audio

Field

Sensors

(future

concept)

Bi-Directional Data Flows to Central Command Network

Tactical Personnel with Ultra Mobile Field Computer (in use)

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies

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Oxford Technologies

April2004

Contact:

Alan Taylor – alant@oxfordtechnologies.net 281 648 6928

ahtaylor@antelopetech.com

Ivan Cardenas – ivanc@oxfordtechnologies.net 281 286 9200

ircardenas@antelopetech.com

April 2004 –  Oxford Technologies