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Handheld CEO Predicts Mobile Computing Trends for 2015

November 24, 2014By
Jerker Hellström, founder and CEO of Handheld Group.

Jerker Hellström, founder and CEO of Handheld Group, has identified three key trends in mobile computing in 2015. Handheld is a maker of rugged computers for professionals. His predictions: 1.    Larger displays even for rugged mobile computers.  “Rugged laptops, tablets, PDAs and smartphones continue to be the fastest growing market mobile computer segment, and just like the screen size of smartphones for the... read more

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Nautiz X1 Ultra-Rugged Smartphone Is Now Shipping

December 19, 2013By
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Handheld Group, a manufacturer of rugged mobile computers, PDAs and smartphones, has started shipping the Nautiz X1. The Nautiz X1 is a rugged enterprise smartphone — it’s waterproof, dustproof, shock-resistant and can handle extreme temperatures, yet it’s also slim, lightweight and smartly designed for both work and play, the company said. The Nautiz X1 is now shipping to customers worldwide.... read more

CHC Offers LT400HS GNSS Handheld

August 26, 2013By
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CHC today announced the availability of the LT400HS, a rugged 120-channel GPS+GLONASS handheld receiver designed to achieve sub-meter SBAS positioning to centimeter accuracy in RTK networks. The LT400HS is designed to be a cost-effective yet powerful GNSS device for survey, construction and GIS professionals. The LT400HS is designed for companies that have not yet invested in GNSS technology due to... read more

Every Computer a Mobile Computer

July 1, 2013By
Fleming-opener

Organizations across business and public sectors, and including the military, now expect a high degree and broad range of functionality in the palms of workers’ hands, wherever those workers may go, in any kind of hazardous, chaotic, demanding environment. Requirements for location accuracy rise consistently across the board. In the future — in other words, now — developers will be asked to write mobile software applications first, and desktop applications second. read more