Kägwerks Dock-Lite Galaxy S20

During last weeks FR Roadshow near Fredericksburg, Virginia, I got a chance to check out the new Dock-Lite from Kägwerks for the Galaxy S20 which will begin fielding as PRT of the Army’s Nett Warrior system.

The biggest thing about the Dock-Lite is that it integrates intra-soldier wireless (ISW) protocol into the 3-port hub. Additionally, there’s no EUD cable, relying instead on a single USB-C interface which is engaged when docked. At the front of the case, there are three programmable buttons. The USB-C cartridge is also replaceable and the whole thing is rated for dust, shock and immersion.

Kägwerks products are available for unit and agency purchase through Federal Resources.

4 Responses to “Kägwerks Dock-Lite Galaxy S20”

  1. tafeln says:

    Will Kaegwerks release this product to the public too? The first cable free Board-Phone Housing sounds pretty neat and deserves some attention by willing customers.

  2. Bob says:

    It’s listed right now on their e-commerce website for $295. I added it to my cart and clicked checkout. I didn’t get anything saying no slimy civilian purchases allowed. YMMV

  3. John says:

    What does the intra-soldier wireless (ISW) do? And which devices will ISW be compatible with?

    • SSD says:

      It’s a government owned comms protocol which vendors interested in providing Soldier worn devices will need to integrate.