What you should know about Field Computer
A field computer is a rugged computer designed to capture and use data in harsh outdoor environments. It is very useful on construction sites, in the forest and in agricultural fields.
Characteristics and uses of a field computer
A field computer is different from a common, everyday computer that everyone uses in the office or at home. It is often equipped with a camera, compass, 4G modem, Bluetooth, touch screen, alphanumeric keyboard, memory card and communication cable.
Also equipped with GPS, WiFi, camera, powerful processor and USB connectors, the field computer also has a battery with sufficient battery life (about 10 hours) and a stand to protect it.
The field computer is very suitable for surveyors, foresters, topographers, environmental technicians and arborists. For example, the Trimble T10 tablet has a built-in data-link radio that allows it to communicate with a robotic total station. Similarly, there is the NAUTIZ X6 tablet, which is a combination tablet and phone.
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