Samsung has announced that it will supply Airbus with 400,000 rugged devices, including the company’s rugged smartphones and tablets.
Airbus will use the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro and Samsung Galaxy Tab Active to provide emergency services in France.
Samsung has announced that it has been selected as a partner in a consortium jointly led by Airbus and Capgemini, which has been selected by the Home Office and the Overseas Territories as part of Part 2 of the Future Radio Network (RRF).
The establishment of this secure broadband network at the initiative of the French government aims to modernize the means of communication for emergency and internal security forces. In order for them to benefit from the many multimedia services that 4G or 5G will bring, Samsung and Airbus will collaborate to equip nearly 400,000 users with Samsung’s rugged terminals: smartphones (Galaxy XCover Pro) and tablets (Galaxy Tab Active).
These terminals can withstand extreme conditions of use and are especially suitable for national police forces, firefighters or civil security. Additionally, a homogenized fleet will foster synergies and real-time collaboration among users, and simplify equipment maintenance and updates as well as equipment security.
You can find more details on the new partnership between Samsung and Airbus at the link below.
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