QinetiQ Releases Integrated Management System for Tablets, Smartphones and Computers

qinetiqQinetiQ North America has introduced an integrated system created to allow warfighters to manage multiple mission systems through a single end user device.

According to QinetiQ, the system allows warfighters to manage multiple mission systems through tablets, smartphones or tactical computers.

The system was also designed to increase situational awareness and improve access to critical mission resources with a personal area network for warfighters.

Qinetiq claims that warfighters can plug and play various peripherals such as computers, smart phones, gunfire detection systems and mission critical software applications with the system’s lightweight and wearable hub.

The integrated warrior system also supports operations with the integration of data and power and that systems battery power management configuration ensures that each device can operate in remote or hostile environments.


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