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The Rugged Insider, Vol. 11                                              March 2013

 

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Is the future obsolete?
Some observers think the benefits of technological innovation are slowing, while the costs of maintaining a cutting edge are growing. If true, this could have dire consequences for efforts to trim the Defense budget and increase its efficiency. Executive Briefing discusses “Why the future may not be a big deal in 2013 & how it will affect defense spending.”


User interface developers haven’t got the message that the future is passé. Below we link to an article that mentions some of their more creative solutions.

 
Recently, the Defense Department had some big news on their smartphone initiatives. For interested parties, we link to some must-read documents.


AMREL is keeping pretty busy these days. We just launched the new DK Avionic solution, a turn-key fully rugged avionics tablet that comes complete with an integrated MIL-STD-1553 card. We are also doing a lot of tradeshows this month. Check out our schedule in the right column.


Next month, we take a look at the effects of sequestration. Our analysis may surprise you.


See you next month!

 

Quote of the Month

 

“The problem with quotes on the internet is that it’s nearly impossible to verify who actually said them”

-Abe Lincoln         

 

Executive Briefing

Why the future may not be a big deal in 2013 & how it will affect Defense spending

 

Visit blog.amrel.com/2013/01/22/defense-spending-in-2013/I have seen the future and we can’t afford it.

 

Read Here

 

 

 

 

On the Web

 

The interfaces are coming!

 

Visit www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/02/here-comes-the-parade-of-computing-interfaces-that-want-to-replace-the-touchscreen/273565/The parade of computing interfaces that want to replace the touchscreen

 

Read Here

 

In the news

Defense Details Large Smartphone Buys

Visit blog.amrel.com/2013/03/04/defense-details-large-smartphone-buys/ Click on the link below to read DoD’s Commercial Mobile Device Implementation Plan and their overall Mobile Device Strategy

 

 

Read Here

 

 

New!

Fully Rugged Turn-key Solution

 

Avionic MIL-STD-1553 DK8 Tablet

 

 

Look for AMREL

at these tradeshows


Fort Benning
Cusseta, GA
March 7

International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE)
Las Vegas, NV
March 13-14

Baltimore Federal Buildings
Baltimore, MD
March 21

Dixie Crow Technical Symposium
Warner Robbins, GA
March 24-28

 

 

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William Finn

Senior Editor & Copywriter

 

 

Bill’s work has appeared in Defense Tech Briefs,  IDGA, Robotics Tomorrow,  and Defense IQ.

 

To reprint an OCU Pro article, contact

editor@amrel.com 

 

 

 

AMREL manufactures the ROCKY line of Mission Critical rugged laptops, tablets, fixed on-board computers and handhelds, designed for military/homeland security use.  Our MIL-STD 810G/461F certified platforms integrate your devices for OCU, communications, biometrics and other applications. We customize, design, prototype, and deliver your solution faster than any competitor.

 

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