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Environmental Standards: Is Your Military Display Tough...

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. Before investing in a new display, military personnel should familiarize themselves with […]
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The Importance of User Interface in Ruggedized...

In 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 severe temperatures, shock and vibration.
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DSE’s Rugged Display Used in Winning Model...

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 […]
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The WF-12 WorkForce Display

Digital 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 Work Force display is […]
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Featured Article in Military Embedded Systems:

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 […]
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PTAC210 HC-144 Program Announcement

Digital Systems Engineering (DSE) is pleased to announce the United States Coast Guard (USCG) has selected the PTAC210 display system for its HC-144 Minotaur miss-ionization effort. Learn About the Coast Guard HC-144 Missionization Initiative The HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircraft is a vital platform used by the USCG for today’s search-and-rescue and maritime patrol missions. Aboard […]
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Digital Systems Engineering Announces New Website Launch

Digital Systems Engineering (DSE) 17491 North 93rd Street Scottsdale, Arizona 85255-6324 SCOTTSDALE, AZ ─ Digital Systems Engineering (DSE), a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of innovative rugged LCD monitors and mobile computers, has announced the launch of its newly redesigned website, www.digitalsys.com The new and improved website provides fast, easy access to DSE’s […]
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US Marines Amphibious Vehicle Competition: DSE’s Rugged...

Scottsdale, Arizona: Digital Systems Engineering is proud to be the featured rugged display and video distribution system in BAE Systems’ Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) 1.1 offering. In a competition by the US Marine Corps, defense contractors developed new prototypes to replace the Assault Amphibious Vehicles. BAE Systems’ model was down-selected as one of two contractors that […]
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DSE Selected by Textron Systems for DVE...

Digital Systems Engineering is pleased to announce it was selected by Textron Systems Marine & Land Systems to deliver a form-fit replacement for the widely fielded Driver’s Vision Enhancer (DVE) Display Control Module (DCM) to be installed in the COMMANDO™ Select an armored vehicle.  DSE’s rugged and proven product coinedDVE10 was the seamless solution to […]
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Digital Systems Engineering (DSE) Adds Cutting-Edge Robotic...

Scottsdale, Arizona – February 2017 DSE is excited to announce the addition of two new robotic gasket dispensing machines to the manufacturing facility. These Fisnar F4000N.1 Series robotic assemblies are used to ensure repeatable sealing techniques for standard off the shelf and custom rugged systems. Specifically, these automated systems assure each and every product shipped from […]
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DSE Announces Their Newest Product Launch: The...

The DLX1251 Rugged Touch Screen Scottsdale, Arizona: Digital Systems Engineering is proud to announce the launch of their newest product, the DLX1251.The industrial rugged touch screen is a drop-in replacement for the widely fielded Planar ® LX1251TI, 997-6192-00LF system. Designed with ruggedness in mind, the DLX1251 withstands exposure to extreme temperatures, shock, vibration, and debris. […]
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Digital Systems Engineering Announces Transition to AS9100...

Digital Systems Engineering Inc. (DSE), a recognized industry leader in design and development of ruggedized flat-panel displays, smart-displays and computers for extreme environments, announced that the company has successfully completed the transition audit to the new revision of AS9100, Revision D. About AS9100, Revision D AS9100 is the recognized aerospace-industry driven standard for quality management […]
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7 Reasons Why Selecting an AS9100-Registered Manufacturer...

When selecting a potential supplier, repeatable quality matters. Whether as a buyer in search of the next tech-gadget, the family car, or a complex sub-component for a military jet—the product must perform. In the defense industry, and more specifically the aerospace sector, the quality management system (QMS) responsible for consistent organizational and product performance is […]
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