By combining the most modern navigation and communications technologies in robust housing, the company General Dynamics Itronix is GD300 – a new battle-mobile computer.
Weighing less than 300 grams and is based on the platform Android, this computer has a high sensitivity GPS antenna and an interface for communication with the tactical radios such as Rifleman Radio (AN/PRC-154) for secure access to the combat information systems. GD300 uses a special square-spiral antenna for positioning in real time, even in complex mountainous or urban environment.
GD300 is built on open architecture and operating system, Android, thus allowing using applications to rapidly increase its functionality at all command levels. Your computer can be operated in two modes: as a separate GPS-device and being connected to the tactical radios, a portable tactical computer. The latter may be installed as third-party applications, and specialized military systems such as TIGR. Lithium-ion battery makes GD300 more than 8 hours without recharging.
Also, the device has a large 3.5-inch touch screen and is fully consistent with military standard MIL-STD 810G for crashworthiness.
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