Archives For May 2017

First of all, we want to thank all webinar attendees for the comments, questions, and Juniper-related success stories. Positive feedback from customers, future customers, and leaders in the industry is always appreciated. In the unfortunate event that you missed our webinar, we’re here to provide you with the details you need to get up-to-speed on how you can obtain affordable accuracy.

Our webinar was presented by Juniper Systems Business Developer Trevor Brown and Utilities and Public Services Manager Ryan Pierson, both of which are experts in the industry. Throughout the webinar these two discuss the value accurate GPS can bring to local governments, though these solutions can be applied to agriculture, forestry, and any other jobs requiring location-based data collection.

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ESRI™, a leader in mapping and spatial analytics software, has recently provided an article covering old vs. new methods of mapping on their ArcNews page. This article works to explain how ESRI’s software comes together to create a seamless mapping workflow from field to office. As a long-standing partner of theirs, we’re excited to share.

Call us biased, but using ESRI software on Juniper’s rugged data collectors and our new Geode Sub-meter GPS Receiver is the ideal way to completely transform your current workflow system and improve accuracy and communication, saving hours of time and money. Check out the full article below to understand how you can integrate ESRI software into your current practices.

Taking GIS to the Field and Back

For more information about ESRI software or Juniper’s rugged handhelds visit www.esri.com and www.junipersys.com

 

Mesa 2 In Hand 2

For those of you who are new to the world of RFID and rugged handheld computing, welcome. We hope this post serves as a guide to help you better understand which information collection option best suits the needs of your project. A common question often answered here at Juniper is, “Which RFID frequency should I use?” We want to make sure you’re getting the tools you need, without overpaying for features that won’t be useful in your situation. Because identification readers are used in so many different cases, it’s hard to identify a customer’s exact needs without speaking to them directly. However, we hope these questions serve as a starting point to launch you in the right direction and prepare you to ask the right questions when determining the best option for your project.

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