TALLAHASSEE, Fla., 6 June 2007. U.S. Army leaders are ordering rugged computers from Tallahassee Technologies Inc. -- better known as Talla-Tech -- in Tallahassee, Fla., for a variety of harsh-environment applications.
The RPDA-57 is the latest tactical military computer from Talla-Tech. Tens of thousands of earlier versions of these units are deployed in the field by all branches of the U.S. armed forces, company officials say.
Talla-Tech and its parent company, Tallahassee Communications Industries Inc. (Talla-Com) are wholly owned subsidiaries of Tadiran Communications Ltd. in Petah Tikva, Israel
The RPDA-57 is based on Microsoft Windows Mobile operating system, and comes in a variety of configurations including an embedded SAASM GPS, Taclink communications controller, embedded Iridium data transceiver, and a 900 MHz transceiver.
The lightweight, rugged, modular handheld PDA is a full tactical, computer and tactical terminal for foot soldiers who use it for digital mapping, navigation, route planning, situational awareness, tactical information sharing, mission planning, and other digital battlefield applications.
For more information contact Talla-Tech online at www.talla-tech.com.