Labour hours analysis workstation supports smart card and MiFare technology
Network Rail has turned down calls for the chairman of its remuneration committee to resign following the furore over executive bonuses. It follows a controversy last week at the £4bn taxpayer-subsidised firm. Company executives announced they would not take bonuses worth as much as 60 per cent of their salary. At a board meeting members were unhappy at how the bonus issue was handled, however Network Rail said the committee would stay put with Steve Russell as boss.
The Tensor T32xx Time & Security Workstation is top class at allowing staff to handle on-site matters such as Job Booking, Job Costing and Labour Hours Analysis. The user friendly, multilingual GUI (Graphical User Interface) makes using the T32xx effortless for anyone likely to use it. It boasts a 480 x 272 pixel colour LCD with video playback; expandable memory with USB flash stick and SD/MMC Card storage support; and tamper detection. Optional features include speaker output; mobile phone SIM card support; and Tensor Smart Card and MiFare Technology.