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Specialist burns consultant says new approach benefits both patients and clinicians

BRACKNELL, UK. 16 JANUARY 2018                                     

The effective treatment of patients suffering from debilitating pressure ulcers, burns and other wounds is being revolutionised by new 3D imaging software that runs on rugged Panasonic Toughpad tablets and has been developed by Swansea-based health infomatics company GPC.



Mobile POS, KIOSK and tablets: digital technologies for sales promotion can be found in ever more retail stores. Such tools make shopping at the POS both more informative and entertaining, help to avoid out-of-stock situations and seamlessly link offline with online retail.

Join Panasonic at EuroCis 2018 and gain first-hand insight into how our specialist technology is helping to transform customer experience throughout the sector.


Panasonic is aware of recently reported side-channel analysis vulnerabilities known as Meltdown and Spectre affecting many modern microprocessors.  This document is provided to guide our valued customers towards the most up-to-date and accurate Toughbook support pages.

Panasonic has established a global Toughbook support page that will help customers with specific product queries and support guidance.  The link for the page can be found below:



07, December 2017

Panasonic, Europe’s leading rugged mobile computing manufacturer, today announced its growing partnership with SOTI, the world’s most trusted provider of mobile and IoT device management solutions, to further secure its rugged device products.

In its drive to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) for customers, Panasonic has engineered one of the lowest failure rate devices in mobile computing*. Partnering with SOTI adds critical smart device management, further lowering TCO in sectors as varied as healthcare, retail and logistics.