Panasonic UAS Drone Draft

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) and robots are frequently deployed by military to improve situational awareness, perform recon, and even to deploy emergency rations, ammunitions, or other payloads. A critical part of every military UAS and robot system is the ground-based controller – handheld or laptop-based – that guides devices to where they need to be; collects video, thermal, audio, or other information; and safely returns when their mission has been completed.

This paper examines what goes into a successful UAS deployment, with a particular focus on the considerations for choosing the mobile device at the heart of each controller. It also includes a real-world case study demonstrating the importance of choosing the right mobile device for the job.

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How Talk-to-Text Mobile Solutions Can Help Improve Situational Awareness and Reduce Officer Burnout

Public Safety Officers face more stress than nearly any other job, as evidenced by a recent survey in which 80 percent of the officers responding said they would be very unlikely to recommend a career in law enforcement to others. Officers often end busy days by filing reports, frequently long after incidents occurred. The administrative burden coupled with stresses of the day can impact report quality, community service levels, and lead to burnout and other safety issues.

A single incident report can take two hours or more to process. And if reports are filed after the fact, officers also must spend time collecting and organizing evidence, as recalling and documenting incidents from their shift can be a challenge. Learn how talk-to-text mobile solutions can improve stress by helping officers stay productive and aware.

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Is Your Company Ready for The Future of Work?

The unexpected arrival of the pandemic in 2020 forced every organization to assemble a patchwork of unplanned workforce responses as many moved to remote-work solutions. Now, every firm faces difficult decisions around what the future of the office — and the future of work — will be. It is now time for organizations to decide where employees can or will work from in the future.

In this environment, leaders must make a series of choices for how to best support their workforce with infrastructure that promotes employee safety, connects a distributed workforce, and fuels distanced collaboration. Document management (DM) strategies are a key enabler the future of work, but organizations must act to ensure these strategies support their employees’ current and future needs.

Forrester predicts that around 60% of organizations will adopt a hybrid future work model, which is defined as at least 10% of employees working in anywhere-work mode at least two days a week. This is similar to how our survey respondents plan to orient their document management strategies.

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Is Your Company Ready for The Future of Work?

The unexpected arrival of the pandemic in 2020 forced every organization to assemble a patchwork of unplanned workforce responses as many moved to remote-work solutions. Now, every firm faces difficult decisions around what the future of the office — and the future of work — will be. It is now time for organizations to decide where employees can or will work from in the future.

In this environment, leaders must make a series of choices for how to best support their workforce with infrastructure that promotes employee safety, connects a distributed workforce, and fuels distanced collaboration. Document management (DM) strategies are a key enabler the future of work, but organizations must act to ensure these strategies support their employees’ current and future needs.

Forrester predicts that around 60% of organizations will adopt a hybrid future work model, which is defined as at least 10% of employees working in anywhere-work mode at least two days a week. This is similar to how our survey respondents plan to orient their document management strategies.

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Is Your Company Ready for The Future of Work?

The unexpected arrival of the pandemic in 2020 forced every organization to assemble a patchwork of unplanned workforce responses as many moved to remote-work solutions. Now, every firm faces difficult decisions around what the future of the office — and the future of work — will be. It is now time for organizations to decide where employees can or will work from in the future.

In this environment, leaders must make a series of choices for how to best support their workforce with infrastructure that promotes employee safety, connects a distributed workforce, and fuels distanced collaboration. Document management (DM) strategies are a key enabler the future of work, but organizations must act to ensure these strategies support their employees’ current and future needs.

Forrester predicts that around 60% of organizations will adopt a hybrid future work model, which is defined as at least 10% of employees working in anywhere-work mode at least two days a week. This is similar to how our survey respondents plan to orient their document management strategies.

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Panasonic Thermal Imaging

A Panasonic rugged tablet with an integrated thermal camera is the ultimate work companion that helps its users to detect, record, analyze, rectify and document temperature while out in the field. Panasonic offers an integrated FLIR thermal camera with the TOUGHPAD® G1 and M1 tablets as an option to enable users to accurately measure and record temperature using the same device to run other essential work applications.

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Customers Speak Out About What They Need in a Rugged Mobile Device

How can you determine which solution is cut out to meet your workforce’s needs? A VDC customer satisfaction study identifies the most important capabilities customers are looking for in rugged mobile devices. Panasonic TOUGHBOOK® mobile devices received high satisfaction ratings from customers and their workers—in every single category and more.

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Mobility Matters: Better Field Service Outcomes through IoT and Predictive Analytics

What’s the real cost of equipment downtime? Not only is it expensive for field service organizations (FSOs) to send a technician for diagnosis and repair (hopefully once), unplanned downtime means a productivity drop for business organizations – lost revenue and expenses that can accumulate quickly. So it’s no surprise that a recent study by Field Technologies found the top two strategic initiatives for FSOs are improving customer satisfaction and increasing efficiency.

This brief discusses how the combination of predictive analytics based on data gathered by IoT sensors and the use of mobile devices combine to reduce unnecessary scheduled maintenance while improving the overall service experience for both FSOs and the organizations they serve.

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Why Mobile Tech Matters: Gaining a Competitive Edge for FSOs

Field service organizations (FSOs) rely on mobile technology solutions to stay connected and competitive, whether they provide consumer services for cable & telco, or commercial services maintaining factory machinery or repairing heavy equipment. Whatever their field of business, every FSO feels the impact of modernization trends including augmented reality, digital schematics libraries, diagnostics, advanced analytics, predictive maintenance, new FSO management tools, and more.

This paper looks at how FSOs can stay current and remain competitive by implementing mobile solutions that enable the latest technology and arm techs with tools that increase efficiency, provide better service, and increase customer satisfaction.

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The Benefits of Printer Pods and Desktop Printers

The world is changing, and as a result, there will be an impact on the way we live and work.

This infographic with Brother explores detailed solutions to reduce contact between colleagues, respect social distancing, and improve productivity in the workspace.

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Thinking Beyond Product Specs: What should your business be looking for in document imaging equipment?

As our workplace is shifting employee expectations for the workplace are shifting employee expectations for the workplace, now is the time for businesses to consider updating their print environment.

A recent IDC Vendor Spotlight, “As the Workplace Evolves, How Will Printers and MFPs Stay Relevant?”, sponsored by Brother, highlights six trends that businesses should factor into their buying decisions when considering document and imaging equipment:

  • Declining Needs for A3 Devices
  • Print Security
  • Workflow Customization
  • Mobility and Cloud
  • Document Management and Compliance
  • Support for End Users and Channel Partners

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As the Workplace Evolves, How Will Printers and MFPs Stay Relevant?

As companies adapt to the challenges of work-from-home and mobile environments, printing trends are changing – from an increased investment in cloud services to a growing need for secure scanning and software solutions.

In addition to playing an essential role in daily business functions, including printing, scanning, and faxing, the print industry has had to adapt to the growing demand for mobile resources, cloud services and emerging technologies. With over a trillion pages being printed across the country every year, it’s essential that companies stay aware of printing trends that can impact their business.

But which printing trends will best benefit YOUR business?

Download the IDC Vendor Spotlight to learn:

  • How to determine which tools you really need
  • What evolving printing trends mean for businesses
  • Which printer and MFP options will keep you ahead of the curve
  • Advanced security, reliability, and productivity-enhancing features that are making an impact
  • How Brother can help you make the most of new technology
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Total Cost of Ownership for Printers, Scanners & Multifunction Solutions in the K-12 Learning Environment

Most K-12 technology leaders and administrators will tell you that their technology needs are growing...and their budget is either falling flat or growing smaller.

This tip sheet from Brother can give you some quick steps to consider and resources to tap into if you determine the need for an assessment to help control costs when planning for future purchases and system-wide upgrades.

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6 Trends to Consider When Choosing Imaging Devices

Brother can help meet the changing needs of businesses with a range of Brother Workhorse printers, MFPs and scanners, as well as custom workflow solutions.

In this infographic checklist with Brother, learn about the top 6 trends that affect imaging device purchasing, and the key takeaways to meet your changing business needs.

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Total Cost of Ownership for Printers, Scanners & Multifunction Solutions in the K-12 Learning Environment

Most K-12 technology leaders and administrators will tell you that their technology needs are growing...and their budget is either falling flat or growing smaller.

This tip sheet from Brother can give you some quick steps to consider and resources to tap into if you determine the need for an assessment to help control costs when planning for future purchases and system-wide upgrades.

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