Technology is changing the face of warfare, and it is not only the way in which we engage in active combat that is changing, but the safety of personnel on the move and the effectiveness of intel is also constantly improving.
However, this does mean that military organisations need to be constantly re-evaluating the technology that they have available to them, and from rugged tablets that can be used to access information quickly and easily in even the most extreme of conditions to robotic helicopters that can resupply troops without endangering lives in the process, there is now a vast array of different solutions available to any organisation involved in combat.
Even the likes of 3D printers are now being used in warzones to improve the way in which personnel can access supplies, allowing organisations to not only remove the need to put other lives in danger, but at the same time ensuring that the position of personnel is not given away. The same rugged notebooks and tablets can be used by such personnel to ensure they can keep in touch with those they need to remain in contact with and to ensure that they can control such 3D Printing devices without the need for a large computer.
In many ways, military tablets and laptops will be the most important technology available to those in the thick of it, and the smaller and more robust the solution, the better. Not only will tablets be less obvious and less cumbersome than larger laptops, but they will also be far easier to use, with a range of apps being available or easy to create to ensure that they such tablets can complete any function in the shortest possible time.
From robots and tablets to devices that remove much of the weight of weaponry and armour, technology is constantly improving and changing, and it is important for all organisations that may be engaged in combat to ensure they have the best possible solutions to keep individuals safe and constantly informed.