Rugged mobile computer with small footprint

Primetech has released its new PowerBrick™ ruggedised vehicle computer
system. The small footprint, mobile computer system has been
specifically designed for the police, fire and ambulance services.

Nov 4, 2010
By Paul Jacques
NFRN national president Narinder Randhawa

Primetech has released its new PowerBrick™ ruggedised vehicle computer system. The small footprint, mobile computer system has been specifically designed for the police, fire and ambulance services.

Ideal for mission-critical assignments, PowerBrick is capable of handling any software applications providing the Blue Light services with all the tools and data that personnel would have at their desks.

This has a positive impact on response time by providing instant access to emergency guides, map books, floorplans, operational guidelines, data analysis, etc. It is also totally interoperable, using non-proprietary connections so that it can interface with any combination of external equipment.

The compact unit, utilising solid-state technology (ie, no moving parts), can be mounted discretely within any vehicle, safe from both tampering and theft.

Capable of being used in the harshest environments – extreme temperature, dust or vibration – the internal components have multiple layers of shock absorbers and heat protection, while a power management system monitors incoming voltage.

Other options for the PowerBrick include a VGA port for dual independent video, allowing the operation of two touch screens with different applications at the same time; an integrated digital recording unit producing date and time-stamped high-quality video at 120 fps (frames per second); and Intel Atom Processor upgrade.

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