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Getac highlighting its 30 year heritage at DSEI

Posted 21 August 2019 · Add Comment

Getac will be highlighting its 30 year heritage in providing customisable defence solutions at next month's DSEI event in London's Docklands (ExCel, 10th-13th September).

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Today Getac's range of military grade natively rugged devices integrates into the defence digital ecosystem and the company is continously developing the next generation of advanced technologies for use by land, sea and air forces.

The company will also be presenting its new rugged mobile solution for viewing and manipulating maintenance data, the UX10 (right), which is built to withstand adverse RF and environmental conditions and can be used for digitising military vehicle maintenance.

Above: Getac's UX10 is ideal for digitising military vehicle maintenance.
Courtesy Getac

Getac defence solutions include a range of military grade natively rugged devices for a complete digital defence ecosystem, offering next gen solutions customisable to the requirements of various armed forces. Getac computers are often used as a given platform’s diagnostic processor, gathering and storing critical data from multiple air, land and sea sources.



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