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Panasonic demonstrates Toughbook G2 & 33 rugged devices at Rail Live 2023

RailLive brings operators, infrastructure managers, rolling stock manufacturers, researchers, and suppliers together to foster innovation for the freight and passenger rail industry.

Panasonic Connect Europe is exhibiting its TOUGHBOOK G2 and TOUGHBOOK 33 fully-rugged mobile devices at RailLive 2023 in Madrid from 29th November to 1st December, providing unrivalled connectivity, durability, and performance for remote workers across the railway industry.

The TOUGHBOOK G2 and 33 are perfectly suited for remote workers across the rail ecosystem, from train and track maintenance teams to train drivers, helping them to keep rail services running smoothly. The military-grade1 ruggedness and IP65-rated water and dust capabilities allow railway workers to continue working in any environment, regardless of the weather or harsh conditions, and without any fear of drops, knocks, vibrations, and extreme temperatures affecting productivity.

Both devices are compatible with Windows 11 Pro, offering industry-leading mobile computing and protection from advanced cyber threats. The G2 and 33 both utilise the Intel Core™ i5 processor range, with vPro® Technology, helping to run the most demanding applications in the field.

The detachable design of both devices provides rail workers with additional flexibility whilst at the depot or office, with both the G2 and 33 able to be used as standalone mobile computing devices, or connected to docking stations, for ultimate flexibility.

Furthermore, each device includes 4G and Wi-Fi 62 connectivity, and optional hot-swappable batteries can be fitted. This enables mission-critical data and applications to be continuously accessed, without any fear of downtime that could negatively impact operations within a key component of critical national infrastructure.

Panasonic is exhibiting its TOUGHBOOK G2 and 33 fully-rugged mobile devices in Hall 4 on booth F160 at EFEMA in Madrid.


[1] Both devices are tested to MIL-STD 810H standards

2 G2 supports eSIM and 5G connectivity

Lisa Baker is Group Editor for the Need to See IT Publishing Group. Lisa writes about HR, Technology, Health, the Environment and Business.
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