ACME Portable Computer: Mobile command center – FlexPACIII (Photo: Business Wire)
Every second counts; every minute can save a life and minimize additional damages. Unfortunately, experience has shown that bundling a desktop with its corresponding accessories takes too much time. During the rush of emergency response, the smallest details may be forgotten, which could jeopardize the functionality of the entire system.
The FlexPAC III is the solution to this problem. It minimizes the time to set up a fully-equipped mobile command center with 3 or 6 monitors. The displays, keyboard, and corresponding components are already integrated, making this an all-in-one system. An entire mobile headquarter with all the relevant software can be fully up and running in the shortest possible time – allowing emergencies to be dealt with quickly.
This means the main office's day-to-day operations remain undisturbed while the remote command center has everything it needs to direct relief efforts on the scene by communicating with each other via LAN/WLAN and UMTS to deal with the emergency as effectively as possible. Now without having to worry about missing equipment, the dedicated task force is able to concentrate on what is most important – saving human lives and minimizing damages.
Our FlexPACIII offers top quality performance, including the most up to date i7/Xeon CPUs, the latest graphics card, and a Windows/Linux operating system. Coming with our trolley, our system is always ready to go!
Since 1994, we have always maintained our indelible focus on mobility, durability, quality and product longevity.
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