TAG: Juniper Systems

Juniper to Exhibit Sub-Meter GPS Solution at Esri User Conference

July 13, 2015By
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Juniper Systems is exhibiting its sub-meter GPS solution using Esri ArcPad, Effigis’ EZSurv Post-Processing software, and its ultra-rugged handheld computers — a combination the company says is budget-friendly and easy-to-use — at the Esri User Conference, being held in San Diego July 20–24. The sub-meter solution involves collecting GIS data using a Juniper Systems rugged handheld running ArcPad data collection software, and then... read more

Why Physical Keyboards Haven’t Gone Out of Style on Rugged Handhelds

June 22, 2015By

As most electronics manufacturers make the move away from physical keyboards and towards solely touch interfaces, rugged handheld manufacturer, Juniper Systems, says physical keyboards still have a place in the rugged data collection world — especially for applications that involve high volumes of data entry. In a recent blog post, Juniper Systems names several key benefits that physical keyboards offer... read more

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Cedar Tree Handhelds Now Under Juniper Systems

May 20, 2015By

Juniper Systems is merging its subsidiary company, Cedar Tree Technologies, into Juniper Systems. The move will allow customers to purchase Cedar’s Android-operated rugged handhelds directly from Juniper Systems. Juniper Systems launched Cedar Tree Technologies as a rugged handheld company in August 2014. “With a reputation for top-of-the-line, ultra-rugged handheld computers, Juniper Systems aimed to expand its products to meet the needs of customers who may... read more

New Pole-Staking Juniper App with Archer 2 Boosts Efficiency

June 27, 2014By
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Juniper Systems and Futura Systems have partnered to provide enterprise utility GIS solutions for the electric and utilities industries. This August, Futura Systems will be launching at its user conference a new pole-staking application called GPSStaker. Staking, or line design, is performed when new locations need to be added to an existing electric line. It involves mapping a new utility... read more