DP World, a leading enabler of global trade and an integral part of the supply chain, is using Panasonic TOUGHBOOK rugged notebooks and tablets to transform productivity and customer service at its busy Southampton terminal operation.
Fjord1, the country’s largest ferry company, carries passengers across Western Norway’s fjords 24 hours a day – 365 days a year. The notorious Norwegian west-coast weather imposes particularly severe requirements on the technology used on board. That is precisely why they have opted for Panasonic’s TOUGHBOOK M1.
Engineers at BAE Systems have begun to use Panasonic TOUGHBOOK to offer a quicker, smarter and more intuitive way of servicing Typhoon jets, the world’s leading combat aircraft.
The engineers at its Lancashire base are using the Panasonic TOUGHBOOK G1 to complement the aircrafts' onboard health management systems. Before and after every sortie, the aircraft performs its own 'health check' and presents a series of findings onto the Maintenance Data Panel, located on the side of the aircraft. Engineers analyse this information and conduct a series of checks, in parallel with the pilot's pre-flight cockpit checks, to ensure the aircraft is safe and fit for flight.