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Gamlang Razi team

The expedition team. Photo credit: Mark Fisher at http://www.fishercreative.com. Instagram: @fishercreative

Last September, a team made up of American and Myanmar climbers set out to climb Gamlang Razi, the 2nd highest peak in Southeast Asia which has never been before climbed—in an attempt to prove that it was actually the highest, as well as to promote friendship between the two countries.

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Archer and Archer 2 Comparison

We’ve had several customers ask us what the difference is between the Archer 2 and the original Archer Field PC. There are a vast number of differences between the two, and you can always check out their specifications here:

Archer 2 specs

Archer Field PC specs

Or, you can just keep reading and I’ll break out the major differences for you. Continue Reading…

Battery

Yes, it’s bold to claim that the Archer 2™ has the best battery in the industry. But we’re going to make it because we truly believe it. Continue Reading…

 

Horse with Archer Field PCIn our service department, an Archer Field PC recently came in for repair with an interesting story attached. The customer it belonged to—Fort Supply— is a partner of ours and provides hardware and software solutions to customers in Livestock & Animal Health Management, Factory Maintenance, Mining, and Agronomy. The Archer had a cracked screen and damaged keyboard. Continue Reading…

Water quality tools

You know the feeling: get within 10 feet of a body of water and your hand instinctively death-grips your delicate cell phone. Maybe it’s the cost of the phone, the family pictures from last weekend that haven’t been uploaded, or likely just the painful thought of visiting a cell phone store for any reason whatsoever. Water quality professionals know this feeling to an extreme level. When the river is your office and its tributaries the hallways, there is no room for compromise when it comes to equipment selection—and we are talking about a lot more than cell phones here. To put it simply, every component must be able to survive anything. Continue Reading…

Michael Taylor setting up equipmentForestry professionals, among others, must often calculate tree height and volume measurements for inventory and other purposes. Tree height measurements are often necessary for timber cruising, timber inventory, surveying, vegetation management, landscaping, and field inspections, to name a few. So, what are the best tools for this type of work? As demonstrated in the following use case, Juniper Systems rugged handhelds paired with equipment from Laser Technology Inc. create a powerful system for calculating tree height and volume. Continue Reading…