NEED: Military DACS Tablet
This portable DACS (Digital Army Computer System) was developed to support military command and control. Integrated with a GPS receiver and customized interface panel, the tablet is mounted on a wearable dock carried on the chest, enabling the soldier to pull it from the vehicle straight into his dock vest, with no loss of data. It’s mission is to provide the commander in the field a complete picture of the situation, including location, data intelligence, enemy spotting, and locating additional forces in the field, dramatically reducing the risk of friendly fire.
So what do we need this for?
Well we don’t, but the US and Israeli armies have integrated it into the field. With its modular architecture allowing integration of communications, networking, positional information (GPS) and data acquisition, it provides the required real-time situational awareness the fighting forces so dearly need. It’s ultra-rugged design permits soldiers to carry it through extreme conditions, including extreme temperatures and water. And it can supply almost nine hours of operation.