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Kongsberg Target Systems

As one of the leading providers of electronic shooting targets, monitors, and control systems, in the world, Kongsberg Target Systems (KTS) needs its wireless solutions to work flawlessly in demanding weather conditions and landscapes. Doing so requires digital technology that is built to thrive in the type of environments where many consumer-grade devices would quickly fail.

Getac’s UX10 fully rugged tablet offers the perfect blend of versatility, rugged reliability, and functionality. Key features, such as MIL-STD-810H and IP65 certifications, hot swappable batteries, and industry leading touch screen capabilities makes it the perfect shot monitoring device, feeding live information back to the shooter as soon as the bullet hits the target.

Red Cross Military Corps

Dismounted Headquarters

Red Cross 186 is a National Society with over 139,000 active members and 11 deployment centers in Italy. They need reliable rugged computing for first aid, handling command and control functions and screens that display images of what is going on outside wherever they are deployed. With Getac F110 fully rugged tablets and S400 semi-rugged notebooks, Red Cross is able to connect to the internet via satellite links, use Wi-Fi on PCs in the command and control room and also share internet connection to the surrounding areas. Getac rugged solutions provide the team with real-time communication by connecting to the command center for making the best decisions in emergency situation. It enables higher mobility and efficiency in critical operations.

US Air Force

Updating Legacy Technology

The United States Air Force requires careful handling, storing and transporting of munitions. However, stringent electromagnetic radiation rules inhibit the use of wireless technology near electrically initiated devices and explosives. USAF Master Sergeant Zeshan Meer worked with Getac to customise the F110 to the military’s specs, finally updating a decade of legacy technology.

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