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Panasonic Releases Toughbook 33

2-in-1 Detachable Laptop


Rugged Flexibility for Demanding Conditions


Georgetown, MA May 18th, 2017–TransCOR today shared the announcement of the US availability of the Panasonic Toughbook 33, the first fully-rugged 2-in-1 detachable laptop that features a 3:2 display. Inspired by the hard-working mobile professionals who have relied on the Toughbook brand for two decades, the Toughbook 33 delivers rugged mobility in a highly customizable package along with a generation of backward compatibility for mobile professionals.

Designed in consultation with Toughbook device users from a number of demanding industries including police, fire, government and enterprise professionals, the 12" fully-rugged 2-in-1 detachable laptop is designed to meet MIL-STD-810G and IP65 standards to perform in even the most grueling and extreme conditions.

The Toughbook 33 comes with a groundbreaking 3:2 display making it easier to handle, and ideal for workers viewing business applications and law enforcement officers using Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD). Other benefits of a 3:2 display include less vertical scrolling, an aspect ratio that better approximates the feel of 8.5 x 11 paper and less interference around airbag zones for better vehicle-occupant safety.

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Friends of New England Host 5th Annual Police Week Reception

Boston, MA May 31, 2017 – Each May members of the law enforcement community from across the country travel to Washington, D.C. to mark National Police Week. One highlight of the week for those making the trip from the New England region is the reception hosted by the Friends of New England's Finest (FONEF) and chaired by O'Neill and Associates CEO Thomas P. O'Neill III. FONEF began hosting the reception in 2013 to thank the officers who had so bravely protected our loved ones during the Patriot's Day bombing and horrible aftermath. Now an annual event, we take the time to honor the fallen as well as thank the men and women who continue to serve in these trying times. Every year the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund adds the names of heroes to its memorial and holds a candlelight vigil to honor those men and women. You can find out about every officer on the memorial at nleomf.org.

FONEF and O'Neill and Associates are very grateful for the generosity of lead sponsor TransCOR Information Technologies. TransCOR has been a strong supporter of law enforcement for years and a sponsor since the first FONEF reception. We especially thank TransCOR President Tom Haywood, Bob Ducasse and the entire TransCOR team. FONEF also appreciates event co-sponsor Panasonic's generosity and support for law enforcement as well as co-sponsor Bertucci's for its support of this reception and several other law enforcement endeavors throughout the year.

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TransCOR Sponsors Cruisers in Special Olympics Torch Run

Georgetown, MA June 6, 2016 – TransCOR proudly sponsored three Georgetown, Mass. police cruisers in the Cruiser Convoy of the Special Olympics Torch Run (LETR) held last Saturday throughout the Common-wealth of Massachusetts. The North Shore Convoy – beginning in Danvers, MA, with more than thirty police cruisers and motorcycles, and the TransCOR Interceptor – made stops along each route where additional vehicles joined in. Convoys originating at multiple points throughout Massachusetts converged at the Harvard University Athletics Fields, home of the Massachusetts Special Olympics Summer Games.


New In-Dash System Allows for More Interior Cop Cruiser Space

Havis Integrated Control System:

In-Dash Mobile Computing with Touch Control


Georgetown, MA, October 29, 2014 – TranscoR offers a new in-vehicle mobile computing solution from HAVIS that doesn't encroach upon the passenger area. The touch control technology system is installed right into the dash of the police car, clearing the passenger side for an unencumbered cockpit and unobstructed airbag. The rugged computer and video to sources are relocated out of the passenger area and connected to the in-dash profile. The passenger area then provides police officers with a comfortable, safe and connected computing solution in their cockpit.

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TransCOR Rugged Computers Play Key Role in Robotics Competition

51,000 Students Worldwide Participate in FIRST Robotics Competition


Georgetown, MA April 26, 2013 – Georgetown based TransCOR Information Technologies is doing its part to encourage the advancement of science technology for the world's high school students. TransCOR recently donated 100 Panasonic Toughbook rugged computers to FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology) and the computers play an integral role in the arena for the FIRST championship, the international robotics competition founded by inventor Dean Kaman of Merrimack, NH. Students from all over the country are taking their robots on the road and converging in St. Louis, MO this weekend for the national FIRST Robotics competition .

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