As a manufacturer of ground penetrating radar technology, GSSI is an organization that understands the rigour of field work, and their customers operate in environments that are as tough as it gets. GSSI's technology aids field work across industries, from construction sites to public utility work and even search and rescue missions following a natural disaster. Despite their reputation for industry leading software, they can't do it alone. GSSI relied on a custom controller that was hardened for field work. While it met the unique hardware requirements for their ground penetrating radar (GPR) technology, the controller couldn't keep up with the design cycle and the hardware too frequently became outdated. In a market that requires staying ahead of technological advancements, GSSI sought a new hardware partner to accompany their best-in-class software.
Panasonic Canada Inc.
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Panasonic, an industry leader in exceptionally reliable and innovative mobile computers, has added two new rugged handheld tablets to its diverse portfolio of enterprise-grade mobile devices – the Toughpad FZ-F1 and FZ-N1. As the world’s lightest fully rugged handheld tablets, these 4.7” Android and Windows devices feature a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, delivering industry leading performance along with a purpose-built design and rugged credentials that live up to the brand’s heritage. Ideal for markets like transportation and logistics, manufacturing, retail and healthcare, the new Toughpad handheld tablets are well suited for a wide variety of applications, such as inventory management, shipping and receiving, delivery routing and parcel tracking, retail store line busting and bar code medication administration.
Panasonic’s Rugged Toughbook 31 Now Offers Up to 18 Hours Battery Life – 27 Hours with Optional Second Battery
Panasonic, an industry leader in reliable and innovative mobile computers since 1996, has announced updates to the Toughbook 31, its bestselling fully rugged laptop. The updated Toughbook 31 offers up to 18 hours of standard battery life – 27 hours with an optional second battery – as well as improved connectivity and significant performance boosts over the previous model. With its fully sealed design that delivers durability to meet MIL-STD-810G and IP65 specifications, including a six-foot drop rating, the Toughbook 31 solidifies its position as the gold standard for emergency service professionals, utility workers and others who need to stay connected and productive even in the most extreme environments.
Powered by an Intel Core i5-2520M vPro processor, the Toughbook S10 delivers up to 12.5 hours of standard battery life and weighs only 3.0 pounds. This notebook offers optional Gobi2000 mobile broadband and other enhancements to increase performance and drive return on investment. Panasonic has designed the Toughbook S10 for the most demanding mobile users, offering exceptional battery life, connectivity, security features and performance. In order to withstand a highly mobile work environment, the Toughbook S10 is designed to survive drops, bumps and spills.
The Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field enables extreme mobility and productivity for first responders, supervisors, inspectors, construction workers, maintenance workers and other highly mobile professionals. The Toughbook H1 Field offers the durability expected of Toughbook mobile computers, so users have the confidence to work in the most demanding conditions.
Panasonic Solutions Company, manufacturer of durable, reliable Panasonic Toughbook mobile computers, today introduced the Panasonic Toughbook 31, the most powerful fully-rugged notebook computer on the market. With an Intel® Core™ i5 or i3 processor, 1,100 nit touchscreen display and rugged certifications beyond MIL-STD-810G and IP65, the new device enables superior data access and productivity for any mobile professional facing extreme environments. These professionals include first responders, military personnel, and field workers in industries such as telecommunications, utilities and energy.
The interactive Elite Panaboard white-board line features suppressed light reflec-tion for easy viewing, multiple USB hub ports, built-in stereo speakers, and an optional “Plug and Go” and wireless kit. The 211-cm (83-inch) large screen UB-T781W is the “flagship” model in the Elite Pana-board line which also includes the compact 163-cm (64-inch) UBT761 and the 195-cm (77-inch) UB-T781.
Panasonic Canada’s KX-NT700 IP conference phone operates with existing office telephone systems or on a business or broadband data network. It also allows remote mobile phone and three-party conferencing to other IP conference phones, and supports web conferencing systems. The phone features a multi-port configuration, simple integration with Panasonic IP cameras for video conference calls and is easy to set-up and install. Another unique feature of the KX-NT700 is its ability to record calls on an SD card to playback on a PC, for those unable to attend the meeting.
Building on the success of the CF-18 tablet and CF-29 notebook, the Panasonic Toughbooks – the CF-19 convertible tablet PC, and the flagship CF-30 clamshell notebook – come equipped with Intel Core Duo processors, additional security features, and optional embedded access to next-generation wireless data networks from all major cellular wireless carriers.
Building on the success of the CF-18 tablet and CF-29 notebook, the Panasonic Toughbooks – the CF-19 convertible tablet PC, and the flagship CF-30 clamshell notebook – come equipped with Intel Core Duo processors, additional security features, and optional embedded access to next-generation wireless data networks from all major cellular wireless carriers. In addition, these notebooks incorporate daylight-readable screens and rugged features – such as magnesium alloy cases, sealed keyboards and ports, flexible internal connectors and shock-mounting – that deliver reliability.