MADISON, Ala., March 31 (UPI) -- U.S. company MaxVision announced the launch of its new ruggedized three-dimensional computer technology designed to provide mission simulations.
MaxVision has released its MaxPac 8242XRA in a move to address the rugged desktop computer demands in military and emergency-response operational environments and other situations. The MaxPac is a ruggedized 3-D computer designed to support modeling and analysis for mission planning in the field.
Officials said the MaxPac, capable of operating in extreme weather conditions, is equipped to provide geospatial intelligence for pre-mission simulations along with an operational review following the mission.
"Our customers are always demanding higher (central processing unit), graphics and (input/output) performance due to their intensive analysis and rendering of huge data sets," Bruce Imsand, MaxVision chief executive, said in a statement.
"Being able to so quickly provide our customers such a noticeably faster, rugged workstation has motivated every individual within MaxVision to perform at the best of their abilities."