Trimble Forestry has released SOLO Forest 4.1. This version brings several key updates for users. These include: Trimble GNSS support, Geo and Juno handheld compatibility, Post processing capability, WM 6.5 support, several User Interface enhancements, and support for future language translations. For more information on SOLO Forest, visit www.trimble.com/forestry/solo-360.aspx.
Trimble Forestry has adopted the Juno T41 handheld. This revolutionary touch screen device incorporates cutting edge technology such as 3.75G cellular WWAN, 2 meter GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth. The T41 comes is IP68 rated, and comes with either Windows Mobile 6.5 or Android 2.3.4 operating systems. For more information on the T41 or any of the other rugged computing devices offered by Trimble Forestry, visit www.trimble.com/forestry/field-hardware.aspx.
Trimble Forestry announces the Yuma 2 tablet computer, a complete refresh of the original Yuma rugged tablet computer, redesigned with cutting-edge functionality at an outstanding price.
It is packed with new technology, including a display designed for direct sunlight readability and a dual-mode 3.75G cellular data WWAN option. This tablet is built for work and meets stringent IP65 and MIL-STD-810G standards. This is the tablet your customers are asking for! For more information on the T41 or any of the other rugged computing devices offered by Trimble Forestry, visit www.trimble.com/forestry/field-hardware.aspx.
International Paper has partnered with Trimble Forestry to manage log truck fleet operations in South Carolina utilizing its Forest Logistics & Optimization System (FLO). Trimble and its "on the ground" partner, Precision Mobile Integration, have combined to monitor and efficiently transport forest products from the woods to the mill. The FLO system allows International Paper to employ 15%-20% fewer trucks to move the same amount of wood as compared to before the project. For information on the FLO system, visit www.trimble.com/forestry/forest-logistics-optimization.aspx.