Mobile terminals

A mobile data terminal (MDT) or mobile digital computer (MDC) is a computerized device used in public transit vehicles, taxicabs, courier vehicles, service trucks, commercial trucking fleets, military logistics, fishing fleets, warehouse inventory control, and emergency vehicles, such as police cars, to communicate with a central dispatch office. They are also used to display mapping and information relevant to the tasks and actions performed by the vehicle such as CAD drawings, diagrams & safety information.


MILBOOK Rugged Devices comprise notebooks and tablets designed for use in harsh and demanding environments. Furthermore they are resistant to strong vibrations, extreme temperatures and wet or dusty weather conditions. MILBOOK Rugged Notebooks have strong processing performance, can support Intel i5/i7 high-performance processors, and Windows 11Pro operating system, and have strong industry application software compatibility. MILBOOK Rugged Tablets are available in a wide range of sizes from 7 to 12-inches, and support different systems to meet customer’s diverse needs.

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Rugged DURABOOK notebooks and tablets feature class-leading MIL-STD durability and IP ratings. Designed to combine military grade durability, field worker functionality, desktop performance and long battery life for uninterrupted use.

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Sunit is a leading manufacturer of modern on-board computers, telematics systems, vehicle fleet monitoring systems (AVL) and vehicle HUBs. Thanks to the industrial architecture of PC / 104, Sunit adapts to various needs related to both fleet management and is an ideal solution for mobile Command Support Systems of uniformed services (Police, Border Guard, Customs Police, army, etc.) and rescue services (Ambulance Service, Fire Department etc.). The modular design allows for the upgrade of individual modules to the latest technological level. These computers provide a stable platform for variety of applications, wireless connectivity in the GSM/GPRS/EDGE WiFI /Bluetooth standards and the use of CANBus, Video and other interfaces.