Panasonic TOUGHBOOK will be attending and showcasing its latest military solutions at this year’s Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) show at Excel in London in September.
The event brings together governments, armed forces, and global industry leaders across the defence and security industries, providing an opportunity to engage and learn about the latest, innovative technology and trends in the market.
During DSEI, Panasonic will showcase its TOUGHBOOK G2 and its ability to control drones, in cooperation with Horus Technology. This next-generation rugged device enables connection to drones and unmanned autonomous vehicles. The device has a wireless GPS and 4G/5G connectivity, to streamline mobilisation, undertake surveillance, and support military and disaster relief operations.
Charlotte Langridge, Public Sector Business Manager for Defence and Police in the UK and Ireland at Panasonic TOUGHBOOK said, ‘’We are really excited to be bringing the latest devices to the UK’s leading defence technology event in DSEI; there is a lot of demand for our highly secure, rugged, and modular flexible devices as market needs to grow every day.”
Throughout the event, Panasonic TOUGHBOOK will also exhibit TOUGHBOOK 40, Viasat SSD Custom Caddy, TOUGHBOOK 40 Military dock, TOUGHBOOK 33 2-in-1 Detachable, TOUGHBOOK 40 MIL 38999 Mounting Plate and the TOUGHBOOK G2 Military Tablet Enclosure plus TOUGHBOOK 55 HD Model.
Panasonic TOUGHBOOK will have live demonstrations, virtual simulations, and product testing to showcase how it delivers, whatever the mission.