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Rugged Decoded: ATEX

Jan 10, 2017 • HardwareATEXLogisticshardwareHardwareRugged Decoded

In the final instalment of our series decoding the various acronyms and abbreviations found in the world of rugged devices we explore the meaning of ATEX certifications...

Rugged Decoded: MIL STD 810G

Dec 06, 2016 • FeaturesHardwareMIL STD 810GruggedRugged Decoded

As we continue our series decoding the language used by rugged hardware manufacturers we turn our attention to one of the most widely cited certifications MIL STD 810G

Rugged Decoded: What level of rugged is right for your engineers?

Aug 29, 2016 • FeaturesHardwarehardwareruggedRugged Decoded

Rugged comes in many different flavours from Business Rugged to Ultra Rugged. In the latest feature in our Rugged Decoded series Kris Oldland takes a look at each of the main different classes of rugged devices and outlines what level of rugged...

Rugged Decoded: Touch-screens

Jul 07, 2016 • FeaturesHardwareRgged DecodedhardwareruggedRugged Decoded

As we continue our series of features helping you decode the jargon and terminology of rugged device manufacturers, we turn our attention to one of the most important yet potentially fragile areas of any device, the screen. Kris Oldand takes a...

Rugged Decoded: IP ingress protection ratings

May 17, 2016 • FeaturesHardwareIP ratingsruggedRugged Decoded

In the second of our series examining what makes a rugged device, well, rugged, Sharon Clancy explores IP ratings...

Rugged Decoded: Is rugged always the best option?

Feb 10, 2016 • FeaturesHardwarefit-for-purposeruggedRugged DecodedTCO

In this new series we’ll be exploring mobile device specifications, helping organisations decide what’s essential for their field service operations and what’s “nice-to-have-but-not-critical”. In this first article, we ask: is rugged best?

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