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Rugged Computers for Field Data Gathering

Specialized GPS and GNSS Receivers in Many Form Factors

Advanced GNSS Positioning Technology

Asset Tracking and Telematics

Trimble Technology Sales Group
Embedded, rugged and automotive are key elements of Trimble Technology Sales Group products New Juno T41 models with 1D/2D barcode imager and 1-2 meter enhanced precision GPS

GPS • GNSS • Asset Tracking • Rugged Solutions

The Technology Sales Group provides a wide variety of Trimble-developed solutions to customers around the world. With a portfolio of 1800 patents and R&D expenditure over $250 million per year, Trimble creates a range of technology products suitable for use by OEMs and system integrators.

  • Enhanced Satellite Positioning. We use multiple satellite constellations and inertial sensors, enhancing availability and flexibility of Trimble's traditional embedded satellite receiver modules and boards. We practice constant improvement, adding GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou) and dead reckoning (DR) to proven Trimble solutions.
  • Enhanced Asset Management. We provide advanced lone worker technology and automotive-grade asset tracking devices to help your customers know where things are: From inventory management, M2M and security to container, retail and resource extraction applications.
  • Enhanced Field Efficiency. We make rugged equipment and that can withstand harsh conditions. Our rugged computers, automotive grade devices and extended environmental specifications provide all-day operation for a range of solutions.
  • Enhanced Precision. We supply multi-frequency, centimeter level static and mobile positioning modules. GPS L1/L2/L5, GLONASS L1/L2, Galileo E1/E5 and OmniSTAR XP/HP are all supported by modules in our product line. Wireless communication for Real Time Kinematic (RTK) and remote sensing application complete our solutions.

We can help you to be more competitive in your market: Automotive, scientific, communications, logistics, navigation, earth sciences, transport, monitoring, and more.