ruggedisation


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Noun1.ruggedisation - the act of making a piece of equipment rugged (strengthening to resist wear or abuse)
protection - the activity of protecting someone or something; "the witnesses demanded police protection"
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The integration of the IDC product line into the DDC cabinet technology portfolio brings mobility, ruggedisation, and variable form factor capabilities to an already powerful lineup of modular data centres solutions.
This, along with its UL94 V-0 rating, makes it a strong candidate for electronics manufacturing, especially for gap filling, component ruggedisation, and form-in-place gasketing.
"So we worked on heavy duty ruggedisation of the product."
Recent transport sector client wins include: the development of payload attachment systems for the Skylon reusable spaceplane (pictured below); the ruggedisation of safety-critical train equipment; and winning the Tomorrow's Train Design Today competition with a concept for a passenger carriage that can be reconfigured for freight, such as supermarket deliveries or e-commerce goods.
These include progress toward common IP-led standards; the introduction of IPv6, which resolves the constraint on the number of available IP addresses for connected devices; the proliferation of wireless connectivity; improved battery life; device 'ruggedisation' and new form factors; open innovation models such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo, as well as the so-called 'maker' movement; and the declining costs of technology, following Moore's Law.
Going from a device to a weapon was extraordinarily difficult and required miniaturisation and ruggedisation so it could survive takeoff on a missile and re-entry, Dr.