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October 9th, 2014
Altus Positioning Systems Partners with Entegra Technologies to Deliver Industrial-Strength Tablet with High-Accuracy RTK Positioning

According to Altus CEO Neil Vancans, the Altus APS-GeoPod and the Entegra Crossfire Pro Tablet provide a never-before-available combination of precision, performance and features that make it ideal for energy services, land surveys and other GIS-related applications.

APS-GeoPod is a compact GPS/GLONASS RTK and DGNSS receiver that adds high-precision RTK positioning to USB-compatible tablet PCs. “This unique product gives users the convenience of adding RTK precision to any on-board application on mobile devices geared to the field service professional,” said Vancans.

APS-GeoPod Features:

  • Compact dual-frequency GNSS module
  • Low power consumption (<1 Watt)
  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Internal L1 GPS/GLONASS antenna
  • NMEA integration with GIS software

Crossfire Pro Tablet features the multi-touch interface and communication capabilities of smartphones, the large display and ergonomics of consumer tablets, and the daylight-readable screen and durability of rugged tablets. Safety features include UL 1604 Class I/Division II certification for operation in hazardous locations. To users, Crossfire Pro delivers a customizable tablet for exacting daily activities, resulting in greater efficiencies, response times, productivity and customer service levels.

Crossfire Pro Tablet Features:

  • ADAPTIVE PERFORMANCE — Powerful, latest-generation processors, wireless communications, connectivity, and outdoor-viewable displays
  • ADAPTIVE EXPANSION — Standard and custom expansion modules — tailored to suit your workflow
  • ADAPTIVE CONNECTIVITY — Flexible user interactivity, including multi-touch displays (finger, glove and stylus), configurable I/O ports, clamshell keyboard and smart docking stations
  • ADAPTIVE RUGGEDIZATION — Variations in ruggedness to stand up to drop, shock, moisture, dust, temperature, and more

Altus is showcasing the APS-GeoPod and Crossfire Pro Tablet, along with the full range of Altus products, at inside Booth A1.060 and outside Booth FG.006 at INTERGEO 2014, Oct. 7-9, in Berlin, Germany. 

About Altus Positioning Systems

Founded in 2006, Altus Positioning Systems provides high-precision GNSS surveying equipment through an international network of sales representatives in key countries around the world.  Based in Torrance, Calif., Altus is a part of the Septentrio group of companies and has primary responsibility for positioning systems in the surveying and GIS business sectors. For more information, visit www.altus-ps.com.