ruggedisation


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the act of making a piece of equipment rugged (strengthening to resist wear or abuse)

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The SprayCool enclosures reportedly provide GE Fanuc with advantages, including the deployment of high performance computing electronics in harsh environments, as well as enabling GE Fanuc to offer their customers a mix of boards with various ruggedisation levels within the same platform, saving both space and weight.
``Graseby has a reputation for identification and ruggedisation of appropriate technologies for incorporation within integrated biological warfare agent detection systems for worldwide applications.
New opportunities to improve productivity and operating efficiencies are expanding as computer technology improves in speed and ruggedisation. Combined with advanced communication, GPS navigation, and real-time machine navigation software, these systems provide mine bench plans, onboard drills, shovels, and other equipment to assist operators in understanding their work space.
Limited Tenders are invited for Rfp For Ruggedisation Of Sensors In Small Arms
You have to make sure it's low in weight, but the key element there is really ruggedisation and durability so that those things survive in the field." One supplier of such systems is US company PowerFilm, which was selected in March by the US Army and Thales to support the $49 million Universal Battery Charger (UBC) contract.
According to GE, the small size, low weight, and ruggedisation of its products are integral to the RDR-1700B Multi-Mode Radar System, which has already been chosen by Northrop Grumman for Fire Scout.
On the hardware side, these systems were born as commercial items and thus some form of ruggedisation is obviously required to allow them to survive battlefield abuse.