Hemisphere GNSS Introduces IronOne Rugged Display & Computer
IronOne Rugged Display & Computer. Photo source: Hemisphere GNSS, Inc.
March 8, 2017
Scottsdale, Arizona-based Hemisphere GNSS, Inc. introduced its IronOne Rugged Display & Computer for machine control applications at this week’s CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Purpose-built for harsh machine control environments, IronOne meets IP67-standard certification and uses an 8” sunlight-readable LCD display. IronOne adds another system component and empowers heavy equipment manufacturers to deliver their own machine control and guidance solutions to their customers.
“IronOne is a rugged display that can easily be adapted to any customer’s requirements,” said Matt Steele, product manager at Hemisphere. “With an IP67 rating, high-end processor, and top-of-the-line embedded Windows 10 operating system, IronOne will withstand and exceed expectations in some of the most challenging environments in the machine control landscape.”
Connectivity features on the IronOne include ethernet, CANbus, wi-fi, and Bluetooth and offers optional cellular modem for maximum connectivity in the field. Described as easy-to-read, the 8” TFT-LCD capacitive touchscreen display is suited to be inside heavy machinery where different viewing angles are required.
IronOne is agnostic and can support site-specific management tools or grading-specific software that requires high-processing speeds and fast update rates. The computer contains an Intel Atom dual-core processor designed for heavy processing requirements.
Agility and Technology Meets Iron
The GradeMetrix OEM application software platform is designed to manage your machines for any control or guidance application. Whether it is grading, mining, excavating, drilling & piling, or landfill applications, you can rebrand the GradeMetrix software to sell as your own, according to Hemisphere.
Hemisphere is at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017, March 7-11, at booth# G71925.
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