Government and military mobile computing requires enhanced levels of security that are simply unavailable on consumer tablets. Tablets like the Toughpad™ FZ-A1 incorporate security embedded at the hardware level and offer technologies such as hardware data encryption and AuthenTec QuickSec VPN support, along with trusted boot and root protection. Toughpad FZ-A1 mobile computers are not only compliant with FIPS 140-2 for federal government use, they also provide IT administrators compatibility with mobile device management (MDM) features to secure devices from unauthorized use and many other enhanced features.
Designed for rugged mobility and maximum uptime, the Panasonic Toughpad™ tablets provides U.S. military personnel with a durable and powerful mobile computing solution they can count on. Manufacturing tools that stand up to the extreme environments the U.S. military faces every day is how we’re engineering a better world.
With a MIL-STD design and daylight-readable touchscreen, the Panasonic Toughpad tablets allow military maintainers more flexibility to complete work orders on-site, while efficiently addressing inspections and repairs in even the harshest environments.
The Toughpad FZ-G1 keeps warfighters combat-ready by enabling maximum communication capabilities with a MIL-STD-810G and IP65 certified design that won’t compromise access to mission-critical information even in severe conditions.
Equipped with an optional 2D bar code reader, the Toughpad tablets can aid in the planning, managing and executing of ground equipment supply chains to ensure effective and efficient support to warfighters.
The Toughpad tablets enable flight crews to perform flight management tasks more easily and efficiently by reducing paper-based reference materials, such as operating manuals and navigation charts that are normally carried on the aircraft.
Panasonic designs and tests its products and key components in-house assuring military personnel maximum quality control, consistency and parts availability.
Panasonic computers average a 20% lower total cost of ownership over five years when compared to civilian commercial-grade competitors.