Getac, a leading rugged mobile computing manufacturer, has opened the doors to its brand new Defence Virtual Exhibition, an interactive online experience for the defence sector. The Defence Virtual Exhibition is designed to bring Getac’s latest defence solutions directly to customers and partners, at a time and place that’s convenient to them.
Thanks to the latest 3D technology, visitors to the Defence Virtual Exhibition’s product showcase can interact with Getac rugged devices in a level of detail never previously possible online, allowing them to explore key features, functionality, form factor and more. These devices include the brand new B360 fully rugged laptop – currently the brightest, fastest and most rugged laptop in today’s marketplace. – along with the Getac A140 fully rugged tablet, V110 fully rugged convertible notebook and X500 fully rugged notebook.
A downloadable augmented reality app also lets users visualise the Getac device of their choice in a real-time location simply by pointing their smartphone camera at it, helping them see exactly how the device would fit into a specific working environment.
The Defence Virtual Exhibition focuses on five core technology applications within the defence sector and how Getac’s rugged solutions can help customers overcome key challenges within them. These applications are as follows:
1) Tactical Communication and Radar Surveillance – Helping operators connect to key communication and radar systems from remote field locations.
2) Tactical Medicine – Delivering a reliable and robust solution for emergency responders working under extreme pressure.
3) Helicopter Mechanics – Enabling crews to perform complex diagnostics and maintenance in a range of challenging environments.
4) Maritime Special Forces – Allowing teams to effectively plan and execute sensitive operations across land, sea and air.
5) Aircraft Maintenance – Giving engineers and mechanics fast access to the information needed for complex, time sensitive repairs in all weather conditions.
Alongside the 3D product showcase, visitors can download a range of defence resources, book virtual meetings with Getac experts and request follow up information wherever required, all directly through the Defence Virtual Exhibition’s website.
Getac’s Defence Virtual Exhibition is open from now at: www.defence-tradeshow.getac.com
Getac was established in 1989 as a joint venture between the MiTAC-Synnex Group and GE Aerospace to supply defence electronic products. Today, Getac’s business coverage includes rugged notebooks and tablet PCs not only for the military, but other industries as well. Getac works with partners around the world to supply rugged solutions, such as Astel in Sub-Saharan Africa. Through this partnership, Astel will distribute the full range of Getac rugged tablets and laptops to meet the growing demand across Sub Sahara region. Visit: www.astel-africa.com