Hartford Fire Department Counts on Rugged Toughbook Laptops
The Hartford Fire Department provides Fire and Emergency services to the City of Hartford, Connecticut, with a population of approximately 124,000 within 18.4 square miles. If a citizen calls 9-1-1 and the incident does not involve someone actively committing a crime – the department responds to mitigate the hazard. This includes everything from fire suppression, vehicle and machinery extraction, technical rescue to emergency medical services until an ambulance arrives.
For 10 years, the department has relied on Panasonic rugged Toughbook laptops powered by Intel for emergency response. From blizzards to hurricanes to extreme heat, the department needs a fully rugged computer that can perform reliably in any environment firefighters might encounter. The Toughbook laptops have the durability needed to withstand the daily abuse of the job, including taking a bullet.
Equipped with GPS and satellite overlay, the laptops increase efficiency on the job by providing valuable data with the touch of a finger. Watch Engine Company 14, Ladder 4 in action to see why Hartford counts on Panasonic in Toughbook Territory.
To learn more about Toughbook Territory, visit: http://info.panasonic.com/20years.html