Eos Positioning Systems, inc.
High-accuracy GNSS Receivers
Designs and manufactures the world’s premier, high-accuracy GNSS receivers for the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) market. They offer extensive support for connecting our high-accuracy GNSS receivers to iOS, Android, Windows 7/8/10 and Windows Mobile/EHH devices. Their free software utilities and SDK support for all mobile device operating systems allows users to smoothly integrate our GNSS receivers into your mobile GIS workflow.
Toughpad & Toughbook
Panasonic is one of the largest product manufacturers in the world, comprised of 473 companies and employing over 260,000 people. We also own one of the world’s largest patent portfolios. And while some may still think of us merely as a consumer electronics company, we are a global provider of comprehensive solutions for businesses as well as consumers — solutions for your home, your work and when you travel. Panasonic Corporation of North America is the principal North American subsidiary of Panasonic.
As a pioneer in the industry, ecom has been a major developer of explosion protection for mobile equipment since 1986. Working closely with various testing stations, ecom were instrumental in the original definition of this type of equipment. This has enabled them to develop ground-breaking technology, such as with the world’s first explosion-protected mobile phone or the world’s first explosion-protected PDA. Ecom is a partner to customers from the most diverse sectors, which include the oil & gas, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and mining industry, to name but a few.
Tablet Computer Chest Packs
Tablet EX Gear revolutionizes the way you carry essential gear by keeping tablet, computer and other essentials safe and secure without hindrance or discomfort. Unparalleled in design and workmanship, Tablet-EX-Gear chest packs offer a simple, streamlined solution to the challenges faced in the field. Tablet-EX-Gear chest packs are ready for action! Tablet computers have replaced much of what we previously considered to be essential for fieldwork – camera, notebook, paper maps, clinometer, GPS unit, calculator, and hip chain. While it was great to be able to remove so much gear from our work vests, the question became how to carry a tablet computer in the same manner that the vest efficiently carried equipment that we no longer needed.