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DSE Explains Four Solutions to COTS Environmental Testing Concerns
DSE is exceptionally proud to have a recent article, “COTS Technologies: Major Benefits for the Consumer, New Challenges for the Manufacturer,” featured in the renowned online magazine, Military Embedded Systems.
Outlining concrete situational solutions to current environmental testing issues, DSE explains how the switch to COTS products can be beneficial
The WF-12 WorkForce DisplayDigital Systems Engineering is proud to announce its latest product: the WF-12 WorkForce Display. Rugged displays are the standard monitor technology used in a multitude of industries, capable of enduring extreme temperatures and shock, as well as utilization in outdoor environments at any hour of the day.The new DSE WF-12 WorkForce display is the next level of rugged technology.
DSE’s Rugged Display Used in Winning Model of the US Marines Amphibious Vehicle Competition
In a competition by the US Marines, engineers and manufacturers participated in developing a new prototype for Assault Amphibious Vehicles, or AAVs. BAE Systems’ model won against three other manufacturers, resulting in a contract worth $103.7 million for the Engineering, Manufacturing and Development (EMD) phase of the Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) 1.1 program.
Digital Systems Engineering is proud to
The Importance of User Interface in Ruggedized Military DisplaysIn the search for first-rate military displays, durability and strength tend to be among the chief concerns. The display is likely to be put through extreme wear, tear and abuse, so consequently it has to be capable of withstanding virtually anything that’s thrown at it. Ruggedized displays are the answer because they are designed to endure just about anything, including
Environmental Standards: Is Your Military Display Tough Enough?A high-quality military display is tough enough to withstand virtually anything the environment can throw at it. After all, it is intended for use in military applications, which typically involve extreme conditions. Unfortunately, not all displays are up to par in this regard.