VT Miltope showcases new family of rugged computing for military at AUSA
AUSA: VT Miltope, a company of VT Systems, Inc. (VT Systems), today 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 company's launch of its newest rugged family, which includes clamshell laptops, convertible laptops, handhelds, and mounted computers, solidifies VT Miltope's position as a leading provider of rugged computers that meet the difficult real-world mission requirements our military faces daily.
VT Miltope now has a full spectrum of ruggedized mobile computing solutions and form factors that meet the growing mission and application needs of today's military. In garrison or in the field, the company's HARD WEAR sets a new standard for military rugged computers.
"Our military is on the forefront of technological development, and one of our biggest challenges is in the management of critical information. VT Miltope developed a new family of HARD WEAR computers to provide robust and rugged computing platforms to meet those challenges. The VT Miltope name continues to be synonymous with ultra-rugged military computers. For over 30 years, the company has earned its reputation as the premier supplier of rugged computers for military programs. They are designed and built tough, inside and out, to support our soldiers in the most challenging environmental conditions imaginable." ~ Brigadier General (US Army, Ret) Tom Dickinson, President and CEO, VT Miltope.
Source: VT Miltope
More from Digital Battlespace
With the satellite industry at a pivotal juncture, Intelsat is investing in advanced technologies like 5G and optical communications, striving to enhance worldwide connectivity and address emerging governmental needs.
Controp Precision Technologies unveiled its Smart Vision AI software for enhancing the level of autonomy and automation for a variety of surveillance and reconnaissance missions at DSEI 2023.
Advanced Protection System (APS) has reported a 90% success in tracking Russian UAVs operating in the Ukraine war using its SKYctrl anti-drone system.
The first four multi-sensor Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites forming the first cluster of Azalea will be launched in early 2025 as part of a BAE Systems effort to demonstrate capability to the UK government and other potential customers.