TAG has deployed across the globe over 20,000 rugged computer systems to defense, federal, and industrial customers. A tradition of excellence has been at the core of every system TAG builds. Every system has been built to meet specific customer requirements. | Read More
One of TAG's designs coming out of its Advanced Engineering Concepts Center is redesigning PCI Systems CameraLink Video Capture Engine into the VITA 73 rugged Small Form Factor (SSF) transfer engine for real-time image processing.
TAG has been designing custom tablets for rugged environments for nearly a decade. The first generation TAG Commander® rugged tablet, TC-100, was deployed as a maintenance device for the radios used for airborne, and maritime tactical radio system networks.
Featuring Field-Upgradable CPU®, and embedded modules options for varying levels of performance, TAG's rugged smart displays / all-in-one panel PCs have been mounted to bulkheads, racks, and in other unique locations most manufacturers can't support.
TAG's custom designed rugged workstation, known as the MIL-BOOK®, was part of a custom designed Airframe Mounted Application Gateway (AMAG) that features a TAG 15" Smart Display that is powered by Intel mobile technology, and mounted to a tactical keyboard / trackball base chassis.
TAG has designed a number of Small Form Factor (SSF) rugged computer systems that are built around specific Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) requirements. The SSF chassis are easily mounted inside a number of military, and commercial vehicles where space is limited.
All of TAG’s rugged servers deployed overs the past three decades are the culmination of our world-class engineering, manufacturing, integration, and lifecycle management.
We’ve designed rugged displays of all sizes in both standard / widescreen formats, single / dual display configurations, and integrated with waterproof keyboards / pointing devices in support of a number of applications.