ChenegaTI to Demo Getac Rugged Computers at AUSA Annual Meeting

Chenega Technical Innovations (ChenegaTI), a subsidiary of Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) Chenega Corporation’s MIOS strategic business unit, will collaborate with Getac to demonstrate a broad selection of rugged, reliable computers and wearables at the ChenegaTI Booth No. 3251, Tuesday, October 9, at 1 p.m., during the 2018 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition.

Irvine, California-based Getac manufactures rugged computers for some of the most demanding users, in some of the most extreme environments. From sunlight readability, thermal heat dissipation, power management and mechanical design, to unique technologies like night vision and salt fog protection, Getac has you covered.

Join Getac and ChenegaTI for a brief demonstration of the MX50 wearable device. Designed from the ground up for tactical operations and true field computing, it’s the first Getac wearable computer to target specific defense requirements.

“We are proud to partner with rugged computer maker Getac at the AUSA show,” said Heather Lacroix, president of ChenegaTI. “Getac computers are being used in some of the most challenging conditions in the world – including the front lines, ideal field computing for the Warfighter.”

“Ready Today, More Lethal Tomorrow” is this year’s theme for the largest land warfare trade show in North America. The AUSA Annual Meeting will take place October 8 – 10 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Visit ChenegaTI at Booth No. 3251 to attend regularly scheduled product demonstrations.

Register for the 2018 AUSA Annual Meeting to meet with ChenegaTI’s team of subject matter experts.

About Chenega Technical Innovations
Chenega Technical Innovations, LLC (ChenegaTI) is an ANC-owned subsidiary of Chenega Corporation. Our highly qualified core team of professionals provide military, government and commercial customers with innovative technology solutions. ChenegaTI offers a full range of world-class professional services in areas of Information Technology, Engineering, Technical Operations, Training and more. To learn more, visit