When you think of the AIDC industry, the US Army might not be exactly what first comes to mind, but the army needs automated data collection just as much, if not more, than any other organization.
Motorola Solutions recently showcased some of their latest solutions for secure mobility innovations for the U.S. Army at the AUSA 2013 Annual Meeting and Exposition.
The AUSA Annual Meeting is the largest landpower exposition forum in North America and consists of informative presentations, panel discussions on military and national security systems, workshops and more.
Motorola Solutions showcased the AME 2000 Secure Smartphone, which supports the use of customer-installed applications, such as GIS mapping, video and remote medical monitoring. The AME 2000 uses a Security Enhanced Android OS, adhering to the National Security Agency’s Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) program guidelines. In addition, Motorola Solutions featured rugged mobile computing solutions currently used in programs throughout the army.
“As missions and budgets change, today’s Army requires mobile communication and computing solutions that can be used in multiple military operations and environments. Motorola Solutions works closely with the Army to ensure we are developing solutions that meet its needs as they continue to evolve.” said Paul Mueller, vice president, U.S. Federal Government Markets Division, Motorola Solutions.
Learn more about how Motorola Soultions helps the U.S. army stay efficient, accurate and connected.