You have many upfitting portability options for all of your computer equipment in your public service or fleet vehicles. All are not created equally, so make certain you choose the best in class for each vital piece of equipment you purchase.
Laptop and Computer Mounts
When choosing a mount for any public service or first responder vehicle such as police, fire, or EMT, the two premier manufacturers are Havis and Gambler-Johnson. They have the largest selection available to stabilize all of your equipment for use in on- and off-road applications in any type of fleet vehicle.
Havis has been manufacturing and providing top-of-the-line equipment for the public safety, military, government, utility and public works, and transportation industries for over 80 years. Their equipment is built to the highest quality and safety standards to maximize mobile worker productivity. Havis’s cutting edge product line includes heavy duty vehicle mounts, tablet and laptop docking stations, vehicle consoles, power management solutions, and more.
The executive team at Gambler-Johnson has a combined experience of over 50 years in materials management, quality auditing, and industrial technology management to make the finest products available. They offer tough, reliable mounting solutions for any and all makes of public service vehicles. From pedestal systems to console legs and complete console systems, including all components your vehicle will need—pole system, locking swing arm, leg kit, console box, side extension mounting plate, support braces, armrests and cupholders—they are the most solid and lightweight solutions for any mounting problem.
Mobile Computing Solutions
Panasonic Toughbooks are the cream of the crop when it comes to mobile computing. All Toughbooks are rigorously tested to conform to military standards in many areas of the MIL-STD-810G specs set forth by the U.S. Department of Defense. Some of these tests include testing for drops, blowing rain, vibration, altitude, high temperatures, and sand and dust.
The Toughbook 20 is the lightest in the line of Panasonic mobile computers. It includes a detachable 10.1-inch tablet screen that can easily be removed from your vehicle and used as a handheld computer outside of the vehicle.
The Toughbook 31 is the most rugged computer in the Panasonic line, giving you desktop class performance and a battery life of up to 27 hours—critical when you need power for many hours on end in an emergency situation. These are also great models for fleet vehicles in the public service industry that respond to massive power outages or disasters such as wildfires.
The Toughbook 54 is lighter and thinner than any its the competitors and is available in four different models to suit your every need. It has the widest range of integrated options such as broadband and satellite GPS to keep your fleet connected.
Brother Mobile Printing Solutions
Brother specializes in mobile printing devices for police departments and other public safety divisions. The mobile printers designed for police can print up to 8.5-inch wide documents with high resolution photos, graphics, and text. The printers are compact and mount easily in any vehicle with wireless connectivity to laptops and handhelds. This printing solution saves valuable time from writing out summons, citations, and other documentation by hand to increase productivity of all of your public service vehicles and employees.
You can choose a thermal printer that is truly mobile with a shoulder strap to tag evidence outside of your vehicles in durable laminate that remains on the evidence for years and is clearly readable without fading.