Expanding Rugged Mobile Computing Options for the U.S. Air Force
The U.S. Air Force cannot afford downtime. With flight line maintenance responsible for keeping aircraft up and running and ready for flight at a moment’s notice, our U.S. Air Force and other Department of Defense customers look to TOUGHBOOK to help keep them ready to deploy during mission critical moments. That’s why we connect with our customers and technology partners at events to learn their specific needs and work with them – we focus on the technology so they can focus on the mission at hand.
We recently connected with U.S. Air Force attendees during the Air Force Information Technology & Cyberpower Conference (AFITC) to not only showcase the solutions they’ve come to rely on from TOUGHBOOK, but we also shared our newest devices and discussed how we are able to support their needs beyond the flight line.
In addition to the most popular TOUGHBOOK form factor used for flight line maintenance (2-in-1’s such as the TOUGHBOOK 33), handheld devices stole the show. AFITC attendees were amazed at how handhelds could support them in ways they hadn’t considered. Whether for security, asset management, or more versatile kit usage, TOUGHBOOK handheld devices support the Air Force community beyond what they’ve come to expect.
Watch these videos to learn more about the Air Force’s reaction to TOUGHBOOK and how we’re clearing the runway for the next generation of rugged mobility: