Rugged tech has improved safety and efficiency for workers in tough environments. Here are the most common types of rugged tech.
Rugged technology are important pieces of equipment used for highly specialized jobs. Policemen, firemen, the military, construction workers, forklift operators, etc. all rely on technology to do their jobs, and each field has one thing in common, hazardous work conditions. These jobs put their technology through more rigorous conditions on a daily basis than the average consumer, so it’s important that the technology is rugged enough to withstand the hazardous environment they are being exposed to.
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Switching to rugged mobile technology has helped the fire and rescue industry communicate more efficiently and execute on-the-field missions.
The firefighting industry has come a long way with regards to their technology. Modern technological advances and its connectivity, durability, and on-the-field usability has made the firefighting industry better and more efficient and has helped save both the lives of firefighters and civilians alike. Continue reading “Benefits of Rugged Technology for the Fire Industry”
For some industries, like construction and first response, seamless communication and access to real-time data are vital. That’s where rugged tech steps in.
Nowadays, many businesses and industries have to take into consideration the technology and the kinds of equipment necessary to make their work easy and efficient. When choosing between rugged or non-rugged tech for your industry, there are a few points to consider: cost of ownership, security, compatibility, and durability. Continue reading “When Is Rugged Tech or Non-Rugged Tech Right For Your Business?”