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Collaboration
What 5G means for first responders
In today’s constantly changing landscape, first responders must be adaptable, proactive, and collaborative, and the fifth generation of mobile cellular network technology (5G) is the technology to get them there.
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Robotics
Evonik relies on Getac F110 tablet to control autonomous robot
The aim of the project is to evaluate the practicality of an automated robotic maintenance and inspection solution in the chemical industry.
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Cloud
Getac adds two new mobile workstations to growing portfolio
Getac has added two new mobile workstations to its growing portfolio, hoping the devices will help increase performance and reliability when conducting complex operations in the field.
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Getac
How rugged devices can support organisations when the cloud goes out
The risk of businesses’ operational and technological footprints being impacted by extreme weather events continues to grow as climate change increases the frequency of such events.
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Cloud
Getac and Optalert expand partnership to promote industrial safety
Getac’s ZX70 Android tablets will be used to support Optalert’s Eagle Industrial early-warning drowsiness detection system for use in mining and transportation.
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Sustainability
Getac partnership to bolster sustainability initiatives
Getac announced a partnership with One Tree Planted as part of its Earth Day 2022 sustainability initiative, which aims to plant 30,000 trees.
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Tablets & laptops
Getac launches new app expanding Android ecosystem
Taiwanese-based multinational, Getac, has launched a new app to coincide with its new products.
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Tablets & laptops
Getac announces new rugged tablets for release in 2022
Getac has expanded its lineup with the announcement of the release of new rugged android tablets suitable for a variety of situations from March 2022.
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Getac
How a rugged tablet helped in the preservation of Taiwan's Lugang Mazu Temple
Taiwan-based firm LeaderTek used the tablet and 3D laser scanners to create 3D models for the Bureau of Cultural Heritage of the Ministry of Culture.
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Rugged
How to ensure equipment will withstand harsh conditions
Purchasing fully rugged devices can deliver significant savings when it comes to total cost of ownership, writes Getac business development manager Frank Baldrighi.
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Manufacturing
Getac launches virtual showroom to showcase rugged mobile devices for manufacturing sector
Getac business development manager Frand Baldrighi says the virtual showroom enables visitors to explore Getac devices ‘from any angle’.
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Tablets & laptops
Getac unveils latest rugged tablet built to handle difficult environments
The tablet is designed with workers in the automotive, defence, logistics, utilities, transport, and other sectors in mind.
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Tablets & laptops
Getac updates rugged K120 tablet for businesses in 'challenging' industries
The K120 now features an 11th generation Intel quad-core processor (i5 or i7), as well as Iris Xe graphics, 16GB memory, and more.
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Channel partners
Getac identifies A/NZ as a growth region, seeks new partners
"Getac is looking to attract new partners in the region that can help the business accelerate this growth and leverage the Getac brand for the success of their own businesses.”
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Remote Working
Getac releases updated fully-rugged tablet
The UX10 is an update on its previous model with the latest processor, storage and connectivity tech.
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Tablets & laptops
Getac announces 5G capable, fully-rugged laptop
The B360 includes the 10th gen Intel core and a full HD display, is IP66 dust and water resistant and droppable from up to six feet.