What is involved in the hardening and ruggedization of electronic systems and computers for harsh environmental and operating conditions?
San Diego, CA – November 7, 2018
Chassis Plans has created and posted a new white paper that comprehensively describes the processes that a device goes through in order to be suitable for use by military and industrial field operations.
This white paper explains – in detail – how the San Diego based, Chassis Plans company actually develops, and implements ruggedization for a wide variety of military and industrial systems.
This white paper covers design and hardening of enclosures, integration of rugged components and I/O, thermal management and control, protection against dirt and sand, EMI/RFI shielding, etc.
For over 20 years, the Chassis Plans company has been ruggedizing a diverse variety of computing systems, displays and storage arrays/servers used by the US Military as well as by a wide range of industrial and manufacturing companies.
Check out the whitepaper online at https://www.chassis-plans.com/knowledge-zone/whitepapers/rugged-design/
More about Chassis Plans
Chassis Plans is now part of the Aeronautics Group of companies and is a manufacturer of computers, LCD displays, storage arrays that are designed and assembled in the USA for Military and Industrial applications. Founded in 1997, CP has long been the leader for Rugged and Custom Computers and LCD technologies serving the DoD and Industrial markets.
Mark Shapiro, SRS Tech PR
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