Army Orders Additional DT Research-Built Rugged Tablets

dt-research-logoDT Research has received a contract to supply the U.S. Army with additional rugged tablet computers to aid training and logistics operations at an Army facility.

It represents the third contract the military branch has awarded DT Research this year for the company’s DT311 ultra-rugged tablets, the company said Monday.

DT311 is designed to capture and transfer information in real time and comply with military standards for shock and vibration protection as well as electromagnetic interference and compatibility tolerance.

The computer features a front and back camera with LED flash, class 1 Bluetooth technology, global navigation satellite system module, near field communication/radio-frequency identification reader and a two-dimensional barcode scanner.

DT Research also equipped its tablet with security tools such as smart card/CAC reader, Trusted Platform Module and media sanitization option that is compliant with National Security Agency and U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy and Army standards.

Daw Tsai, president of DT Research, said the company worked to meet the Army’s durability, computing, connectivity and integrated data capture requirements for rugged tablets.

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