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                              Section 1194.21 Software Applications and Operating Systems - Detail
                                            Voluntary Product Accessibility Template
Version 1.1
8/3/01

The purpose of the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template is to assist Federal contracting officials in making preliminary
assessments regarding the availability of commercial Electronic and Information Technology products and services with features that
support accessibility. It is assumed that offerers will provide additional contact information to facilitate more detailed inquiries.

The first table of the Template provides a summary view of the section 508 Standards. The subsequent tables provide more detailed
views of each subsection. There are three columns in each table. Column one of the Summary Table describes the subsections of
subparts B and C of the Standards. The second column describes the supporting features of the product or refers you to the
corresponding detailed table, "e.g., equivalent facilitation." The third column contains any additional remarks and explanations
regarding the product. In the subsequent tables, the first column contains the lettered paragraphs of the subsections. The second
column describes the supporting features of the product with regard to that paragraph. The third column contains any additional
remarks and explanations regarding the product.



Date: November 16, 2010
Contact for more Information: Dan Monahan, VP Sales




Motion Computing, Inc.
8601 RR2222 Bldg II
Austin, TX 78730
www.motioncomputing.com
512.637.1100
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                                                   Summary Table
                                       Voluntary Product Accessibility Template

                          Criteria                            Supporting Features   Remarks and explanations
Section 1194.21 Software Applications and Operating
                                                       Supports                     See details below
Systems
Section 1194.22 Web-based internet information and     Supports                     See details below
applications
Section 1194.23 Telecommunications Products            Supports                     See details below
Section 1194.24 Video and Multi-media Products         Supports                     See details below
Section 1194.25 Self-Contained, Closed Products        Supports                     See details below
Section 1194.26 Desktop and Portable Computers         Supports                     See details below
Section 1194.31 Functional Performance Criteria        Supports                     See details below




Motion Computing, Inc.
8601 RR2222 Bldg II
Austin, TX 78730
www.motioncomputing.com
512.637.1100
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1194.21 (a)        When software is designed to run on a system that       Supported - for CFT models, supported when
                   has a keyboard, product functions shall be             installed in the docking station. People who
                   executable from a keyboard where the function          cannot operate a mouse or other pointing
                   itself or the result of performing a function can be   device can run this product by use of an
                   discerned textually.                                   industry standard keyboard. All OS and other
                                                                          local functions such as emulators, browser,
                                                                          and software add-ons are executable from a
                                                                          keyboard. Industry standard keyboard – with
                                                                          hotkeys, function keys, numerical keypad,
                                                                          navigation keys – ensures that all server-based
                                                                          applications designed for a keyboard shall be
                                                                          executable.

1194.21 (b)        Applications shall not disrupt or disable activated    Supports. Accessibility features of operating
                   features of other products that are identified as      systems used on Motion Computing, Inc. PCs
                   accessibility features, where those features are       are designed to not be disabled or disrupted by
                   developed and documented according to industry         applications which can operate in a multi-user
                   standards. Applications also shall not disrupt or      server-based environment.
                   disable activated features of any operating system
                   that are identified as accessibility features where
                   the application programming interface for those
                   accessibility features has been documented by the
                   manufacturer of the operating system and is
                   available to the product developer.

1194.21 (c)        A well-defined on-screen indication of the current     Supports. Windows operating systems provide
                   focus shall be provided that moves among               well-defined focus of current, active elements
                   interactive interface elements as the input focus      of their programs, which shifts with changes in
                   changes. The focus shall be programmatically           focus.
                   exposed so that Assistive technology can track
                   focus and focus changes.



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      8601 RR2222 Bldg II
      Austin, TX 78730
      www.motioncomputing.com
      512.637.1100
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1194.21 (d)        Sufficient information about a user interface           Supports. Operating systems offer
                   element including the identity, operation and state     information about the identity, operation and
                   of the element shall be available to Assistive          state of user interface elements of the
                   technology. When an image represents a program          operating system and other local programming
                   element, the information conveyed by the image          elements.
                   must also be available in text.

1194.21 (e)        When bitmap images are used to identify controls,       Supports. All operating systems use bitmap
                   status indicators, or other programmatic elements,      images consistently to identify and present
                   the meaning assigned to those images shall be           controls, status indicators, and other
                   consistent throughout an application’s performance.     programmatic elements of the local operating
                                                                           system and applications.

1194.21 (f)        Textual information shall be provided through           Supports. Operating systems provide textual
                   operating system functions for displaying text. The     information about themselves, including text
                   minimum information that shall be made available is     content, text input prompt location, and text
                   text content, text input prompt location, and text      attributes.
                   attributes.

1194.21 (g)        Application shall not override user selected contrast   Supports. Devices allow for customization of
                   and color selections and other individual display       display contrast and color features. User-
                   attributes.                                             selected contrast and color settings, and other
                                                                           display attributes set in operating systems
                                                                           cannot be overridden by applications

1194.21 (h)        When animation is displayed, the information shall      Supports. Operating systems and local
                   be displayable in at least one non-animated             applications provide textual alternative when
                   presentation mode at the option of the user.            animation is employed in them, and support
                                                                           when non-animation is employed in them, and
                                                                           support non-animated presentation modes for
                                                                           software applications that deliver it.

1194.21 (i)        Color coding shall not be used as the only means of     Supports. Operating systems and other local
                   conveying information, indicating an action,            functions use text and shape simultaneously
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      8601 RR2222 Bldg II
      Austin, TX 78730
      www.motioncomputing.com
      512.637.1100
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                   prompting a response, or distinguishing a visual        with color to convey information, indicate
                   element.                                                actions, prompt responses, or distinguish
                                                                           vertical elements, and support any application
                                                                           that does the same.

1194.21 (j)        Software shall not use flashing or blinking text,       Supports. Operating systems avoid blinking
                   objects, or other elements having a flash or blink      test or objects having a frequency rate greater
                   frequency greater than 2Hz and lower than 55Hz.         than 2Hz or less than 55Hz.

1194.21 (k)        When a product permits a user to adjust color and        Supports. All required aspects of electronic
                   contrast settings, a variety of color selections capable forms – information, field elements and
                   of producing a range of contrast levels shall be         functionality – may be accessed.
                   provided.


                                            Section 1194.23                                   - Detail
                                                     Voluntary Product Accessibility Template
Criteria           Standard                                                Supporting Features                               Remarks

1194.23 (k.1)      Controls and keys shall be tactilely discernible        Supports. All industry standard keyboards and
                   without activating the controls or keys                 Motion designed keyboards provide industry
                                                                           standard key shapes and feel that make them
                                                                           discernible to the user without activating the
                                                                           key. This includes raised marks on “J” and
                                                                           “F” keys on the keyboard, and the “5” key on
                                                                           the numerical touchpad (industry standard
                                                                           keyboards only), standard geographic spacing
                                                                           of letter keys, function keys, number keys, and
                                                                           control keys, and different shapes for Tab,
                                                                           Caps Lock, Shift, Control, Backspace, Shift,
                                                                           Insert, +, Enter keys, and bottom level
                                                                           function keys.

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      8601 RR2222 Bldg II
      Austin, TX 78730
      www.motioncomputing.com
      512.637.1100
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1194.23 (k.2)      Controls and keys shall be operable with one hand       Supports. Controls and keys are operable with
                   and shall not require tight grasping, pinching, or      one hand and do not require any special
                   twisting of the wrist. The force required to activate   movement or motor controls to use. Force
                   controls and keys shall be 5lbs. (22.2 N) maximum.      required to activate these keys and controls is
                                                                           less than 5 pounds.

1194.23 (k.3)      If key repeat is supported, the delay before repeat     Supports. Key repeat rate is fully adjustable by
                   shall be adjustable to at least 2 seconds. Key repeat   user and/or administrator to 2 seconds per
                   rate shall be adjustable to 2 seconds per character.    character.

1194.23 (k.4)      The status of all locking or toggle controls or keys    Supports. Operating systems support keyboard
                   shall be visually discernible, and discernible either   LED indication for Caps Lock, Numlock, and
                   through touch or sound.                                 Scroll Lock. Audio indications for locking and
                                                                           toggle keys, and On-Off are supported by
                                                                           operating systems.


                                               Section 1194.26 Desktop and Portable Computers - Detail
                                                       Voluntary Product Accessibility Template
Criteria           Standard                                                Supporting Features                                Remarks

1194.26 (a)        All mechanically operated controls and keys shall       Supports. See remarks for sections 1194.23
                   comply with § 1194.23 (k) (1) through (4).              (k.1-4), listed above.

1194.26 (b)        If a product utilizes touchscreens or touch-operated    Supports. Motion can provide Touchscreen
                   controls, an input method shall be provided that        support as an option; this can be implemented
                   complies with § 1194.23 (k) (1) through (4).            in parallel with standard keyboard/mouse input
                                                                           with the functionality described in 1194.23 (k.
                                                                           1-4), listed above.




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      8601 RR2222 Bldg II
      Austin, TX 78730
      www.motioncomputing.com
      512.637.1100
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1194.26 (c)        When biometric forms of user identification or          Supports. Motion can support biometric forms
                   control are used, an alternative form of identification of user access or control as an option.
                   or activation, which does not require the user to
                   possess particular biological characteristics, shall
                   also be provided.

1194.26 (d)        Where provided, at least one of each type of            Supports. All ports and connectors on Motion
                   expansion slots, ports and connectors shall comply      devices – USB ports, audio input and output
                   with publicly available industry standards.             connectors, PCMCIA slots, network and video
                                                                           ports – comply with current industry
                                                                           standards.


                                               Section 1194.31 Functional Performance Criteria - Detail
                                                       Voluntary Product Accessibility Template
Criteria           Standard                                                Supporting Features                            Remarks

1194.31 (a)        At least one mode of operation and information          Supports. Motion devices are “Assistive-
                   retrieval that does not require user vision shall be    technology ready.” They contain the
                   provided, or support for Assistive technology used      necessary Input and Output hardware
                   by people who are blind or visually impaired shall be   connections – including audio – to support
                   provided.                                               Assistive Technology.

1194.31 (b)        At least one mode of operation and information          Supports. Motion devices are “Assistive-
                   retrieval that does not require visual acuity greater   technology ready.” They contain the
                   than 20/70 shall be provided in audio and enlarged      necessary Input and Output hardware
                   print output working together or independently, or      connections – including audio – to support
                   support for Assistive technology used by people who     Assistive Technology.
                   are visually impaired shall be provided.

1194.31 (c)        At least one mode of operation and information          Supports. Motion devices are fully operable
                   retrieval that does not require user hearing shall be   without the need for user hearing. Any
                   provided, or support for Assistive technology used      auditory signals available in the operating
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      8601 RR2222 Bldg II
      Austin, TX 78730
      www.motioncomputing.com
      512.637.1100
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                   by people who are deaf or hard of hearing shall be      systems can also be presented as visual alerts.
                   provided.

1194.31 (d)        Where audio information is important for the use of a   Supports. All Motion devices are “Audio
                   product, at least one mode of operation and             ready”, and have jacks for microphone input
                   information retrieval shall be provided in an           and headphone/speaker output. Delivery of
                   enhanced auditory fashion, or support for Assistive     the necessary audio is a function of the design
                   hearing devices shall be provided.                      of the application software and operating
                                                                           system.

1194.31 (e)        At least one mode of operation and information          Supports. All modes of operation of Motion
                   retrieval that does not require user speech shall be    devices do not require user speech.
                   provided, or support for Assistive technology used
                   by people with disabilities shall be provided.

1194.31 (f)        At least one mode of operation and information          Supports. Motion devices require only the
                   retrieval that does not require fine motor control or   motor control required to operate an industry-
                   simultaneous actins and that is operable with limited   standard keyboard or mouse, plus the
                   reach and strength shall be provided.                   additional accessibility support outlined in
                                                                           Sections 1194.23 (k. 1-4), listed above. They
                                                                           also support scanners, cameras, bar code
                                                                           readers, RFID, and other forms of digital data
                                                                           entry.




      Motion Computing, Inc.
      8601 RR2222 Bldg II
      Austin, TX 78730
      www.motioncomputing.com
      512.637.1100
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                                         Section 1194.41 Information, Documentation and Support - Detail
                                                     Voluntary Product Accessibility Template
 Criteria          Standard                                               Supporting Features                            Remarks
1194.41 (a)        Product support documentation provided to end-         Supports. Product documentation is available
                   users shall be made available in alternate formats     in HTML or PDF format on demand via
                   upon request, at no additional charge.                 Motion’s website at
                                                                          www.motioncomputing.com.

1194.41 (b)        End-users shall have access to a description of the    Supports. Accessibility information is
                   accessibility and compatibility features of products   available in several formats, including MS
                   in alternate formats or alternate methods upon         Office, HTML, and PDF.
                   request, at no additional charge.

1194.41 (c)        Support services for products shall accommodate the Supports. Motion offers support through fax
                   communication needs of end-users with disabilities. and email, as well as by telephone.


THE INFORMATION AND MATERIALS PROVIDED AT THE MOTION COMPUTING, INC. WEB SITE ARE “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF
ANY KIND INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT OF
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.

Motion Computing, Inc. further does not warrant the accuracy and completeness of the information or materials at the Web Site. Motion Computing, Inc. may make
changes to the Web Site information or to the products described in them at any time without notice.




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      8601 RR2222 Bldg II
      Austin, TX 78730
      www.motioncomputing.com
      512.637.1100
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