Samsung announced that it will supply 400,000 rugged devices to Airbus, including the company’s rugged smartphones and tablets.
Airbus will use Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro and Samsung Galaxy Tab Active for emergency assistance in France.
Samsung announces that it has become a partner in a consortium led by Airbus and Capgemini, which was selected by the Ministry of the Interior and Overseas Territories in the second lot of the Future Radio Network (RRF).
The creation of this secure broadband network, initiated by the French government, is aimed at modernizing the communications of the emergency and internal security forces. To enable them to enjoy multiple multimedia services through 4G or 5G, Samsung and Airbus will work together to equip around 400,000 users with secure Samsung terminals: smartphones (Galaxy XCover Pro) and tablets (Galaxy Tab Active).
These terminals, resistant to extreme conditions of use, are especially suitable for national police, fire or civil security forces. In addition, a homogeneous park will promote synergy and realtime cooperation between users, and will facilitate the maintenance and updating of devices, as well as their security.
You can find out more details about this new partnership between Samsung and Airbus at Samsung from the link below.
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