Ruggedised Computers - Rugged Field Computers
Complementing our GPS systems solutions, Compass offers a range of mobile ruggedised computers. Working in partnership with Handheld Group we deliver complete mobility solutions in industries such as forestry, land management, public transportation, construction, military and security. All Handheld products can withstand water, dust, heat, cold and dropping according to international standards, as required by the experienced field professional.
Compass combine these rugged mobile computers with software appropriate to your task or operations. We have solutions to facilitate viewing and editing of mapping, form-based data capture, reporting, collaboration and decision-making in the field.
Who Uses Our Products?
No matter what your outdoor or industrial application is, Compass, in partnership with Handheld, can provide you with the tools to get your work done faster and with greater efficiency. Whether you are just moving from a pen and paper based system, upgrading from a consumer-grade solution, or if you are already on the cutting edge of mobile technology, Compass has the rugged mobile computers to help you get your job done.
Our products are designed for anyone working in rugged or harsh environments, where our mobile devices will rise to the challenges found in the field. Contact Compass to discuss your application in detail. We will be more than happy to suggest a solution suited to your needs.
Check out Handheld case studies and user stories here!
Get the Handheld Rugged Computers Products Folder 2013 today (PDF)!
Latest News! Updated Nautiz X1 and Algiz 10X here soon!
We’re quickly approaching the shipment date for the new Nautiz X1 ultra-rugged smartphone, and we have some exciting upgrades to announce: namely, better memory specifications and battery capabilities. The Nautiz X1 now has 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of Flash. The optional extended battery will also come with even more “oomph”: We’re offering a 3060 mAh Li-Ion, which has twice the power of the standard battery.
Tablets & Notebooks
The following are a selection of the best rugged tablet and notebook computers available today. Contact us if you need a handheld or let us know the specific features you require and we will help match your requirements to the available equipment specifications.
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Check out the new and improved ALGIZ XRW new features here.
Visit the ALGIZ 7 on Handheld’s web site to see the product review video.
Meet the ALGIZ 10X – Wide-screen Rugged Tablet
The ALGIZ 10X features the latest generation of MaxView technology, with a brilliant 10.1-inch touchscreen that’s perfect for field professionals who need a large display to handle detailed maps or other visuals. The screen’s ambient light sensor adjusts backlighting automatically – so collecting data in bright sunlight is just as easy as reviewing it indoors.
The Algiz 10X rugged tablet PC runs sophisticated technology and can withstand weather elements and harsh handling. It uses a powerful Intel Atom N2800 dual-core processor, with 64 or 128 GB SSD, expandable via microSD and 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, offering top-of-the-line computing capability and massive storage capacity. It runs Windows 7 Ultimate, and is ready for Windows 8.
Watch a short video displaying the X10′s features here.
Our Ultra Rugged Smartphone – the Nautiz X1
The Nautiz X1 is the toughest smartphone in the world – waterproof, dust-proof and shock-resistant – yet lightweight, very slim and smartly designed for both work and play.
“The Nautiz X1 is the toughest smartphone ever built, suitable for both field professionals and outdoor enthusiasts,” says Jerker Hellström, CEO, Handheld Group. “Having manufactured truly rugged mobile computers for many years, ruggedness is in Handheld’s DNA. This is no ordinary smartphone. With the Nautiz X1, we are providing a smartphone that delivers the reliability and sturdiness of an ultra-rugged computer.”
Find our more about the new Nautiz X1 from Handheld!
Read what Jerker Hellström, CEO of Handheld Group, has to say about rugged computing in SDI Magazine.