Handheld Computers Built Juniper Rugged
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Juniper Archer -- Juniper Allegro MX -- Juniper TK6000
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Juniper Systems, Inc. designs and manufactures rugged handheld computers for mobile data collection in extreme environments. Since 1993, Juniper Systems has provided innovative mobile technology to agriculture, natural resource, industry, geomatics, public works, and military markets. Renowned for a history of unsurpassed quality and ruggedness, Juniper Systems offers long-term reliability, excellent customer service, and product customization opportunities.
Juniper Systems seeks to establish strong relationships with companies that offer total solutions to industries with rugged mobile computing needs. Information about becoming a Juniper Systems Business Partner can be found at www.junipersys.com.
Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet
Running Windows 10, the new Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet brings powerful functionality to your mobile data collection in a lightweight, ergonomic package. The Mesa 2 features a large, 7-inch, extra-bright display for easily viewing maps or images, all-day battery power lasting up to 15 hours, and is the only Windows rugged tablet on the market with an IP68 ingress rating for dust and water. Stay wirelessly connected with Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, and Bluetooth Smart Ready technology, and quickly capture data with an 8 MP camera, GNSS receiver, 1D/2D barcode scanner, or UHF RFID reader. With all the functionality of a desktop computer packed into one ultra-rugged Windows tablet, the Mesa 2 will truly become your office, anywhere.
Mesa Rugged Notepad
Featuring the advantages of both a tablet PC and a rugged handheld computer without the disadvantages of either, the Mesa Rugged Notepad is truly the first of its kind. The Mesa sports the biggest screen available on a Windows Mobile® handheld, and is built to IP67 and MIL-STD-810G standards for water, humidity, sand and dust, vibration, altitude, shock, and temperature. The Mesa is available in three different models, including everything from wireless connectivity, a 3.2MP camera, integrated GPS, and a 3G modem.
The Archer 2 rugged handheld computer was introduced Fall 2013 as a follow-up and replacement of Juniper's versatile and virtually indestructible Archer Field PC. The new Archer 2 is faster, has a larger and brighter 4.3-inch 800 x 480 pixel capacitive touch display that can be used with gloves, an extra-long battery life, enhanced GPS capabilities, and it carries IP68 sealing, which means it's completely dust and waterproof.
The Allegro 2, introduced October 2014, is the newest addition to the Juniper Systems Allegro line, continuing to meet and exceed expectations of ruggedness, reliability, and flexibility in numerous field applications. Its ergonomic design has been finetuned to meet highest expectations, its battery life is up to 20 hours, while its full new QWERTY and numeric keyboard offers more speed and functionality than ever. This rugged handheld is rated IP68 for water and dust, features integrated Bluetooth® and WiFi® as well as optional WWAN and high-performance GNSS.
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Juniper Systems News
Juniper launches economically priced dual-SIM, IP68 rugged 4.7-inch Android handheld
Juniper Systems has launched the Cedar CT5 rugged smartphone as a more powerful and technologically more advanced successor to its earlier CT4. The 4.7-inch Gorilla Glass 3-protected 8-ounce handheld runs Android 6.0 "Marshmallow" on a 2GHz Octa-core ARM Cortex A54 processor, has dual cameras (5 and 13mp), FCC-approved 2G/3G/4G LTE, 32GB Flash, microSD, PTT button, dedicated GPS, IP68 ingress protection, and a powerful 16 whr battery. [See description, analysis and specs of the Juniper Systems Cedar CT5 rugged handheld.] -- Posted Monday, January 30, 2017 by chb
Rugged computing experts offer economically priced, full-featured, field-ready IP68-sealed 7-inch Android tablet
Juniper Systems has released the Cedar CT7G rugged 7-inch Android 6.0 tablet to meet customer demand for a lower cost, ruggedized Android line that would serve as a more suitable alternative to fragile consumer devices for outdoor applications. Powered by the "world mode" quad-core MTK6735 platform, the IP68-sealed tablet targets geomatics industry and geospatial technology customers, and should be interesting to anyone seeking an economy-priced rugged Android tablet. [See description, analysis and specs of the Juniper Systems Cedar CT7G] -- Posted Wednesday, January 25, 2017 by chb
Full review: Juniper Systems Mesa 2 ultra-rugged Windows tablet
RuggedPCReview performed a detailed examination of Juniper Systems' Mesa 2, the company's first "full" Windows device, and found it to be a supremely competent, very configurable, Intel Bay Trail-powered 7-inch capacitive multi-touch tablet with a sharp, bright display, excellent battery life, and the kind of trust-inspiring ruggedness and sealing that means field workers won't have to baby their gear. The Mesa 2 is available in several versions, including barcode, RFID, GEO, and HazLoc. [See full review of the Juniper Systems Mesa 2] -- Posted Monday, January 16, 2017 by chb
Juniper Systems: Using the Mesa 2 rugged tablet as a desktop PC
With the great proliferation of smartphones and tablets, more and more work is being done on mobile devices. But there will always be a need to sit down in an office and work on a full keyboard and a large desktop screen. A recent blog by Juniper Systems' Katelyn Heiner describes how to use the company's super-rugged Mesa 2 Windows 10 tablet as a desktop PC. [Read How to use the Mesa 2 rugged tablet as your desktop PC] -- Posted Tuesday, July 26, 2016 by chb
Free Juniper Geode webinar June 16, 1:00-1:30PM EST
Juniper Systems will be demonstrating their new universal Geode sub-meter GNSS receiver in a free webinar, held on Thursday, June 16th, 1:00 to 1:30PM Eastern Standard Time. Learn about the Geode, and how it can easily go with you mounted on a pole, in a pack, or held in your hand to collect real-time sub-meter GNSS data in harsh environments, using almost any handheld device. [Sign up for free Juniper Geode webinar] -- Posted Monday, June 13, 2016 by chb
Juniper introduces the Geode rugged sub-meter GNSS receiver
Rugged data collection solution provider Juniper Systems, announced its newest product, the Geode—a real-time, sub-meter GNSS receiver. The IP68-sealed Geode features one-button simplicity and can be used with any of Juniper Systems’ rugged handhelds, as well as a wide range of Windows, Windows Mobile, and Android devices, ideal for bring-your-own-device workplaces. [See Juniper's media release and tthe Juniper Geo page] -- Posted Thursday, June 9, 2016 by chb
Juniper's Windows 10 Mesa 2 tablet now shipping
Rugged data collection solution provider Juniper Systems announced that its new Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet is now shipping. As the first Windows 10 device produced by Juniper Systems and the only IP68-rated Windows tablet on the market, the Mesa 2 joins a new category of data collection solutions—one that provides users with greater processing power and capabilities. [See Juniper media release and our preview of the Juniper Mesa 2] -- Posted Friday, April 8, 2016 by chb
Juniper Systems blog: transferring data between Windows 10 and Windows Embedded Handheld
With Juniper Systems having introduced their first full Windows 10-based rugged device, the Juniper Mesa 2, the company published a very helpful blog entitled How to Transfer Data on Your Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet. -- Posted Wednesday, April 6, 2016 by chb
Juniper Systems on freezing and baking rugged handhelds
We love ruggedness testing "torture chambers." It's where rugged gear can be tested before shipping to customers, and it's also where manufacturers learn just how much their products can take. Juniper Systems' illustrated blog article "Yep, we bake and freeze our rugged handhelds" shows how they are testing their rugged handhelds and tablets. -- Posted Tuesday, March 15, 2016 by chb
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