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What makes a device “rugged”?
There is no universally accepted definition. With a growing need for reliable mobile computing, PC and tablet vendors have seized the opportunity to cash in by releasing modified versions of mainstream laptops as cheaper alternatives. This will inevitably lead to disappointment, devices that fail in the field, or potentially disastrous situations in mission-critical deployments.
This white paper will shed light on the key differences between “knock-off” and professional-grade ruggedness, why ruggedness matters, and why ruggedness lowers the overall cost of ownership.
Why non-rugged laptops have a 5X higher fail rate than rugged laptops
The safety standards required to be met by purpose-built rugged computers
The challenges of unsubstantiated ruggedness claims – and the consequences
The importance of ruggedness testing and certifications
A list of procurement questions to ensure reputable equipment
How mobile systems can be designed to withstand environmental challenges
Who Is This Report For
This white paper is suitable for any industry, but especially useful for government, public safety, automotive, oil & gas, mining, manufacturing or enterprise organizations, and military. If you work in procurements, IT, or R&D, then download this white paper and get a clear understanding of what makes professional-grade rugged devices.
If you work in procurements, IT, or R&D, then download this white paper and get a clear understanding of what makes professional-grade rugged devices.
Getac Technology Corporation is a global leader in rugged mobile technology, including laptops, tablets, software, and video solutions. Getac’s solutions and services are designed to enable extraordinary experiences for frontline workers in challenging environments. Today, Getac serves customers in over 100 countries spanning defense, public safety, ambulance, fire & rescue, utilities, automotive, natural resources, manufacturing, transport, and logistics.