Real-time 1-2 meter GPS accuracy in the palm of your hand — a spanking new June T41 rugged handheld computer from Trimble is up for grabs. One lucky winner of the drawing among all entrants who complete the 2013 State of the GNSS Industry Survey will take it home. Other raffle prizes also offered.
In addition to a handheld computer and smartphone configuration, the Juno T41 includes enhanced, real-time 1-2 meter GPS accuracy and high-speed 1D/2D barcode imaging technology.
The 2013 State of the GNSS Industry Survey is going on now at www.gpsworld.com/State13, until August 10. The survey covers economic outlook, technological frontiers, industry concerns including “The Issue of the Year,” and several questions specific to vertical industry sectors. All those completing the survey will be entered into a drawing to win the Trimble Juno T41.
Prizes. Those completing the survey will be entered into a drawing to win (First Prize) the Trimble Juno T41 rugged computer with GPS; (Second Prize) a pair of tickets to GPS World’s 2013 Leadership Dinner (for those not attending ION, we’ll send a voucher for a comparable dinner in your hometown); (Third Prizes) $50 Mastercard gift cards.
The results will be published as the “State of the Industry Report” in the September issue of GPS World, and analyzed in an August 15 webinar, register here.
New this year, the Survey delves into topics of specific interest to the following industry sectors:
- Survey and High Precision
- Machine Control, Transportation, Unmanned Autonomous Vehicles
- Wireless and Consumer
- Satellites, Signals, and Simulation
- Defense, Security, Government
- Other, please specify
Also new this year, the Survey contains a healthy sampling of questions suggested by participants in the 2012 Survey, in response to “What question(s) do you think it would be interesting and illuminating to ask in the 2013 State of the Industry Survey?”
Note that this is an industry survey, with core questions about business outlook, issues of business concern, revenue ranges, and GNSS products supplied, specified, or purchased. Thus, some GNSS community members from academia or government may find that they cannot answer many of the questions — and a majority of the questions must be answered to qualify for the prize drawing. We regret this — we don’t mean to exclude such members of the community, but in this project our goal is to build a picture of the industry.