ruggedized computer

ruggedized computer

[′rəg·ə‚dīzd kəm′pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer, especially a minicomputer, built so as to reduce vibrations, resist moisture, and remain unaffected by electromagnetic interferences such as are found in factory, military, or mobile environments.
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As such, the Panasonic Ruggedized Computer Tablets have been determined by the Fire Department to be the best source for obtaining compatible equipment for fire emergency response.
It functions as a ruggedized computer, a file server, or as a recorder with additional application software.
VT Systems), has announced a new family of ruggedized computer products that represent the next generation of mission critical rugged computers, HARD WEAR for demanding military environments.
The list goes on: the Electronic Data Manager is a ruggedized computer worn as a kneeboard that provides the enhanced communication capabilities; the Microclimate Cooling System is worn by the aviator/crewmember to reduce heat stress to helicopter crewmen; the Cockpit Air Bags System saves lives and prevents or reduces injuries by protecting the aircrew from multiple cockpit strike hazards.
Intergraph has more than 800 ruggedized computer solutions installed on 90 Navy vessels.
Steve Schott, CEO of Comark, said, TCS is a great fit within the Comark family of ruggedized computer and display solutions for industry.
With the global reach of the Paris Air Show," he added, "we are also demonstrating the AWARE family of innovative ruggedized computer display systems for ground vehicles, which keep ground and airborne warfighters connected.
Group Mobile International LLC offers accessory and ruggedized computer products for customers all over North America.
Itronix is a global supplier of ruggedized computer systems with integrated radio frequency and cellular modems, which allow field service organizations to achieve break-through results in the reduction of costs, and in the improvement of productivity and service quality for mobile workers in markets such as commercial field services, telecommunications, utilities, government, public safety, geographical surveying and meter reading.
General Dynamics Canada will also deliver ruggedized computer workstations and the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) intercom systems that will enable communications between operators at the operating base and with mobile command centers.
The will deliver ruggedized computer workstations and the Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP intercom systems that will enable communications between operators at the operating base and with mobile command centers, said General Dynamics Canada.
He continued, "Worldwide Industrial and ILG expects the new site to be a big hit for manufacturers and other companies sourcing ruggedized computer solutions as well as ERP software.