Juniper Systems rugged handheld computers are used in a variety of geomatics applications, including land survey, construction survey, and forensics mapping. Combined with the extraordinary solutions provided by our valuable geomatics business partners, Juniper Systems rugged data collectors offer integrated GPS and sub-meter DGPS, digital camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and cell modem connectivity, as well as devices with full alphanumeric keyboards.
Our geomatics customers rely on our rugged handhelds to be the ideal tools for mapping, surveying, and GIS data collection applications due to the ultra-rugged construction, ergonomic design, long-term battery life, sunlight readable displays, and expandable/customizable solutions. Contact Juniper Systems today to find your perfect geomatics solution!
Solutions for Geomatics
Handhelds Designed for Geomatics
All Juniper Systems handhelds feature ultra-rugged design (built to IP67 standards), long battery life, field-swappable batteries, ergonomic design, and sunlight readable displays.
The Mesa Rugged Notepad is truly the first of its kind, featuring the advantages of both a tablet PC and a rugged handheld computer without the disadvantages of either. The Mesa sports the biggest screen available on a Windows MobileÂ® handheld, and is built to IP67 and MIL-STD-810G standards. The Mesa is available in three different models, including everything from wireless connectivity, a 3.2MP camera, integrated GPS, and a 3G modem.
The Archer Field PC is the epitome of an ultra-rugged device designed to survive the harshest conditions. In addition to being built to IP67 and MIL-STD-810G standards, this rugged PDA is uniquely built with a strong magnesium case and easy to grip, impact absorbing overmolds. The Archer's ergonomic design is attributed to its curved body and narrow waist, feeling less like a "brick" and more like a compact rugged handheld. Need sub-meter GPS? The Hemisphere GPS XF101 receiver delivers superior accuracy and performance for real-time and post-processed positions.
The Allegro MX is the newest addition to the Allegro line, continuing to meet expectations of ruggedness, reliability, and flexibility. Its ergonomic design is attributed to its patented narrow waist, while its full alphanumeric keyboard adds to its efficiency and functionality. This rugged handheld meets IP67 standards for water and dust, and features integrated BluetoothÂ® wireless technology and Wi-FiÂ® and optional integrated GPS.
Fast, incredibly durable and powerful, the Carlson Surveyor is a completely ruggedized data collector with an IP67 water and dust resistant Ingress rating. Developed by Juniper Systems in partnership with Carlson Software, the Carlson Surveyor is encased in magnesium housing yet weighs only two pounds and features a keyboard sized to work with even the largest or gloved hands. The Surveyor+ offers more RAM and increased operating speed and runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 and with Carlson SurvCE.
Whatever your application, quantity, or brand identity needs, Juniper Systems can work with you to develop a robust solution for your customers. Past projects include GPS receiver, barcode, and RFID integration, custom radio solutions and device drivers, custom brand packaging, non-incendive certification, and more. Contact us today.
RTK Reference Networks
Juniper Systems uses the Utah Reference Network for development of precision GNSS solutions. The Utah Reference Network (TURN GPS) is a network of permanently located GPS receivers, installed across the state as shown in the map, through partnerships between Cities, Counties and State using equipment and facilities, to generate real time high accuracy GPS positioning. TURN GPS is used for a range of precision GPS applications including surveying, engineering, construction and GIS data collection. For more information, or to subscribe to the service visit TURNGPS at http://mapserv.utah.gov/rasterindicies/TURN.html.
Additional information about Real Time Reference Networks may be found at the National Geodetic Survey website: http://www.ngs.noaa.gov.