DT Research Rugged Tablets: Night Vision Solutions for the Military

commander of the Rangers paves the route on an electronic tablet

Night vision technology is most known for thermal area searches with binoculars, monoculars, and scopes. Many industries, including construction, medicine, and the military, actively and successfully use systems based on this technology and thermal imaging devices.

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Predictive Maintenance with Automation

Preventive maintenance was used to fine-tune equipment availability rates on the production floor in conventional manufacturing. Suppliers and vendors would set a predetermined service schedule for entire fleets of assets, and parts would be replaced when needed, whether or not they were needed.

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Road Construction Projects Rely on Rugged Tablets for Improved Project Accuracy

For decades, road construction projects have relied on stakes in the ground to efficiently and accurately map and survey land to gain measurements for the project. This process is time-consuming, labor-intensive, and leaves room for human error.

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Rugged Tablets for the Navy: Offering Convenience and Reliability for the Military

The United States Navy is utilizing rugged tablets in a variety of ways to improve dock and sea logistics. One of the challenges the military faces is being able to complete requests completely and efficiently in a timely manner, and having rugged tablets on hand to facilitate these processes allows for increased productivity and better outcomes.

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Providing Your Team with The Right Tools for the Job

As the end of the year approaches, many teams across various industries converse about their products, programs, and the tools that are used to perform various job responsibilities. Taking inventory at the end of the year and reviewing how everything is working is a great way to make needed changes for the upcoming year to set teams up for success. 

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