France: At Intermat Paris 2018, Hemisphere GNSS (stand 6 J 027) announces the availability of the all-new UT series of GNSS-capable rugged handheld devices to support demanding industries such as construction, survey, GIS, mapping, asset/logistics management, public safety, utilities, military, and other mobile applications. The UT handheld devices are designed to work in the harshest environments imaginable and offer impressive and powerful feature sets.
The UT10 6.0” Rugged Phone and UT30 8.0” Rugged Tablet both feature Android™ 8.0 operating systems with Qualcomm® octa-core 2.2GHz processors, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB onboard storage. The UT50 10.1” Full-Rugged Tablet features Windows® 10 operating system with an Intel® Core™ Skylake i5 processor up-to 2.8GHz, 8GB RAM, and 128GB onboard-storage. All three new UT models provide the latest high-resolution, capacitive touchscreen, and direct sunlight-readable display technology for ease of visibility in all situations. The UT50 also boasts a 10-finger multi-touch screen and supports wet-hands and gloves operation.
The devices have dual built-in cameras with the UT10 and UT30 handhelds featuring 13MP rear and 5MP front cameras. The devices are designed to be drop-resistant from heights of 1.2m (1.5m for UT10), are rated at IP67 (IP68 for UT50), and are certified to both MIL-STD-810G and MIL-STD-461F military standards to ensure durability in most outdoor or challenging environments. The UT10 and UT30 are powered by single 8,000mAh and 8,200mAh batteries with Qualcomm Quick Charge™ 3.0 technology while the UT50 offers dual hot-swappable batteries at 2,900mAh each so you can continue working in the field without powering down.
“With varying specifications and options between these devices, mobile workers are sure to find them suitable to fit their demanding work environments,” states Miles Ware, Director of Marketing with Hemisphere GNSS. “These powerful machines reflect the latest in hardware standards and are exceptional complimentary additions to our product portfolio.”