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.
Archives For Trade Shows
Juniper Systems will be attending CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 from March 7-11 in Las Vegas, NV. This is a major trade show featuring new products and technologies from over 2,500 exhibitors representing every major construction industry. A number of exhibitors are Juniper Systems partners with a variety of solutions to offer. Curious about who will be attending and how they implement our products into their solutions? I thought you’d never ask.
This week, a few members of our team attended the GEO Business Show in London and showed off the Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet™, along with some exciting new GNSS options (stay tuned for more on that later). The booth stayed busy with lots of visitors for the majority of the time, but our team was able to grab a couple of quick photos in-between all the hustle.
Simon Bowe, our General Manager for Juniper Systems, Ltd. in the UK, was interviewed by INTERGEO TV as well. You can watch the video below. Scroll down to see more highlights from the show!
Now you can have the ruggedness and dynamic processing capabilities of our new Windows 10 Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet combined with the power of RFID. That’s right, the Mesa 2 with built-in RFID is now available for pre-order, allowing you to capture data-rich readings from multiple RFID tags in seconds. No Bluetooth pairing, no extra accessories needed. Continue Reading…
Juniper Systems is headed to the Esri User Conference in San Diego July 20–24. If you’re headed that direction, come visit us in booth #2212 and 2210. Our booth staff is highly knowledgeable and can help you with any questions you might have about our rugged handheld computers or data collection in general. Got a question about a specific application? They can help.
We’ll also be showing off our rugged solutions for data collection. Here’s a sneak peak:
Our Inexpensive Sub-Meter GPS Solution
Who said attaining sub-meter accuracy had to be expensive? Not us, that’s for sure. This simple solution is a hardware/software bundle consisting of Esri ArcPad, Effigis’ EZSurv Post-Processing Software, and a Juniper Systems handheld. Check out our data sheet here to learn more, or, for a more thorough demonstration, watch our webinar on a similar sub-meter solution we offer.
Cedar Tree Android® Rugged Handhelds
We recently merged Cedar Tree Technologies into Juniper Systems, allowing us to carry their inexpensive, Android-operated rugged handhelds. Cedar Tree handhelds offer an affordable solution, along with thousands of business-ready apps available through the Google Play Store. Learn about the differences between Cedar Tree and Juniper Systems products in this blog post. For more information, contact us here and we’d be happy to help.
Juniper Systems Ultra-Rugged Handhelds
And then of course, we’ll be showing off our Juniper Systems ultra-rugged handhelds: the Allegro 2, Archer 2, and Mesa Rugged Notepad. Juniper handhelds are waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof, provide all-day battery power (and much longer), have bright, outdoor-visible displays, and help you make the most out of your data collection process. If you’re looking for quality, you can’t beat a Juniper handheld.
So if you’re at the show, stop by and see us! If not, visit our website our give us a call at 435.753.1881 to learn more. Or you can always leave a comment below.
The Archer 2™ is currently in London at GEO Business 2014, a new geospatial event this year for GIS professionals. But that’s not all the Archer 2 has been doing. It’s been busy site-seeing this week. Can you guess the names of these places? Answers at the bottom.
1) Here the Archer 2 gets a view of the Elizabeth Tower, which houses a famous bell. Do you know its name? Continue Reading…
Coming up on June 17th is the 8th annual Field Days, held in Kelly, Iowa. The day will start at 8:00 am and will go until 1:00 pm at the CRD farm located at 27089 Timber Road, with a lunch served at noon. It’s free to attend, so stop by and visit our HarvestMaster tent. Continue Reading…