VDC Launches Full Line of Rugged Displays and Electronics
November 11, 2019
Video Display Corporation (OTC:VIDE), a world-class supplier of simulation solutions, display systems, displays, display components, as well as TEMPEST products and services is pleased to announce the launch of its new rugged industrial and military display and electronics line of products. These products are now viewable on VDC’s website (www.videodisplay.com)
“With over 40 years of experience in the design and manufacturing of rugged industrial and military displays and display components, Video Display Corp (VDC) is pleased to announce the launch of a new complete line of LCD displays utilizing the latest cutting edge technologies. We are returning to our roots and core competencies.” stated Ron Ordway, CEO of Video Display Corp.
This new line of rugged industrial and military displays is also complemented by other rugged electronics such as computers, servers, keyboards, trackballs and mice. VDC will continue to add new standard products supported by its expanded engineering department. VDC can customize products or design and build from scratch for special needs and applications to the industrial and military standards for shock, vibration, EMI, altitude, and others. All products are built and controlled under VDC’s certified ISO 9001:2015 Quality Control System in VDC’s corporate owned facility located in Cocoa, Florida.
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