Trimble introduced today its TDC100 handheld data collector. An entry-level GNSS device for a variety of GIS applications, the TDC100 combines both smartphone and ruggedized data collection capabilities in a single, mobile device. The Android-based TDC100 is flexible and can run commercially available or in-house developed applications on a professional, IP-67 ruggedized platform with a sunlight readable display and user replaceable batteries. The built-in GNSS receiver also provides real-time accuracy.
The Trimble TDC100 will be available in two models for the budget-conscious GIS professional. Both models are available with an Android operating system and Wi-Fi, with an optional 4G LTE cellular version. Outfitted with a bright, high-resolution 5.3 inch display, an 8 MP (Wi-Fi model) or 13 MP (4G LTE model) camera, and Li-Ion batteries in standard (3100mAh) or enhanced (4800mAh) capacity, the TDC100 supports GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou as well as Satellite-Based Augmentation System (SBAS) capabilities to leverage improved real-time accuracy.
Trimble TDC100 is expected to be available through Trimble’s Geospatial distribution channel in mid-August 2016. For more information, visit: www.trimble.com/mappingGIS/TDC100.aspx.
Check out the datasheet here: http://trl.trimble.com/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-817512/022516-276_TDC100%20Handheld_DS_USL_0616_LR.pdf
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