Serving and Protecting Firefighters for Over 20 Years
In the heat of the moment, you need to be able to act – and react – fast. Situational awareness is mission-critical, and the consequences of any disconnect can be far greater than lost time, communications, or data. That’s why you need a truly mobile PC platform that can keep pace with your operations tempo at the station, in the vehicle, and in the field….
and a genuinely rugged mobile computer that can perform any task under pressure without creating more of a burden on first responders.
Fortunately, several of Xplore’s lightweight MIL-STD-810G certified rugged tablets have been purpose-built to protect your Fire and Rescue personnel in any situation. Each is designed from the inside out to tolerate vibration or shock in the fire truck; the proximity to extreme temperature variances; and the frequent drops, disinfection, water, and dust that’s typical to the job. Plus, Xplore rugged tablets are Intrinsically Safe for use in Hazardous Locations – a must have for any mobile device enlisted for fire and rescue operations.
See how each of these Xplore rugged tablets is uniquely designed to respond to your evolving mobility needs and protect your investment for years to come:
|The Most Rugged Tablet on Earth||CRN Product of the Year 2015 for Rugged Tablet PC||Intel® Client Platform of the Year 2016||PC Magazine Editor's Choice for Rugged Tablet PC|
Xplore knows how to navigate your Fire and Rescue department’s technology challenges and execute a response strategy that delivers a fully trained, fully engaged mobile force. Learn more about Xplore's Solutions for Firefighters.
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Be sure to check out these helpful resources...
|Mission Critical Mobility: Public Safety Industry Overview >|
|Extreme Conditions, Extreme Equipment: Public Safety Mobile Computing Issue Brief >|
|What it Takes to Mobilize Your Fire and Rescue Crews (Mobile Computing Checklist) >|
|Not All “Mobile” PCs are Mobile - and Not All Rugged Tablets are the Same (911 Magazine) >|
|Why C1D2/ATEX Certifications Spark More Interest within Explosive Environments (Blog) >|
|Compare the TCO of Consumer-Grade Devices vs. Rugged (Calculator) >|