GCSS-Army orders Getac rugged tablets
The Global Combat Support System (GCSS) branch of the US Army (GCSS-Army) has ordered rugged tablets from Getac, the company announced on 21 March.
The order includes 9,783 Getac F110 G3 rugged tablets with docking stations, which will replace several outdated army management information systems across tactical logistics environments within the army's active and reserve components and the National Guard.
The Getac F110 G3 tablets will be used to capture unique identification data using its built-in barcode reader for asset visibility within logistics chains.
The tablets will be delivered by May 2017.
GCSS-Army is an automated logistics enterprise resource planning system implemented throughout the US Army in an effort to modernise system technology, applications, and workflow.
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