Elements of a Rugged Node Computer
One of the major benefits of working with a custom engineering team when you design an edge device is the ability to tailor the device to your organization’s particular situation and needs. For those new to the space, below are core elements
Understanding Modern Display Devices
With so may new technologies available in the ruggedized display space, clients often as us about what is best. The answer is, whatever meets your particular needs. Of course, that requires mapping your use case to the options currently available. Below is
What Should Your Ruggedized Edge Device Have Inside?
The ‘front end’ of a ruggedized mobile device is the tier the user sees and interacts with, such as an application (app) or website. The apps themselves can live remotely in the “back end” of the computing model or on the device, in the “middle” layer.
What is a Ruggedized Device?
Ruggedized or hardened devices are different from consumer-grade devices in that they were engineered, manufactured, and tested to have increased durability, endurance, and strength.
Implications of How 5G and Other Emerging Technologies Can Impact Ruggedized Mobile Devices
Organizations have been discussing digital transformation for years but that has often been interpreted as relevant to enterprises with office-based workforces. However, changes in embedded computing power, connectivity, and other areas will have huge impacts to ruggedized mobile devices and cause a
Industrial vs Consumer-Grade Computers
Consumer-grade computers are less expensive and easier to find than industrial computers. But, for many organizations, only industrial-grade edge computers will meet their needs. How are industrial-grade computers different and what does that mean for organizations who are considering using them? Building