5 Reasons to Deploy Rugged Tablets for Mission Critical Use
The rugged tablet is rapidly emerging as a leader for mission critical deployment both for military efforts and other sensitive operations. The ability of the rugged tablet to withstand harsh environments while maintaining the ability to relay real time information make it a must-have when time is of the essence and successful mission completion is vital.
Tablets are now being deployed across bases and in the field for better communication and high quality data transmission that is both secure and uncorrupted. The military standards that rugged tablets can be built to meet ensure that the devices keep working no matter what conditions the mission is conducted under.
The ability to utilize closed networks means the tablets can be kept secure and encrypted, making them extremely difficult to hack and ensuring mission critical data is kept confidential. Various modes of authentication, including smart card readers, mean that users can be verified on the spot and given access to the data they need and are authorized to see.
In Field Serviceability
In the field, the tablet can resist temperature extremes, shock, vibration, dust, dirt, and grime, water, rain, sweat and moisture from humidity, and even electromagnetic interference. The tablet remains functional, and in worst case scenarios can even be quickly and efficiently serviced in the field if need be.
Real Time Data Sharing
Data can be collected, interpreted, and transmitted in real time in both directions, allowing analysts on base to communicate effectively with personnel in the field. This ability to trade information and give direction in real time proves invaluable when the mission is time sensitive or when situations are changing fast on the ground and new information is required to adjust plans and still keep the base in the loop.
Multiple Devices in One
Another benefit of rugged tablets is their ability to be modified and upgraded with additional modules, allowing one device to do the work of several. RFID and bar code scanners, cameras, GPS and GIS functionality, and more can be enabled to make the rugged tablet the most effective piece of equipment on the mission.
The value of rugged tablets to mission critical situations is undeniable. More and more branches, units, and facilities are seeing the use of rugged tablets grow and expand, and it is expected that tablets will soon be the gold standard for in-the-field- mobile tech.