Triumph-Family

#24
Systems on a chip (SoC) are in trend now and I think that one tiny multi-band, multi constellation receiver, packaged in a low power consumption module could also re-launch Triumph-F1 program.

Hope that Javad can do it. My motto for this:

864 channels SoC
Made by Javad
Will be a shock
Coolest "Family" ad.
;)
 
#25
In a several days surveying campaign, far away from my home desktop computer, I will always need another device to work, both in the field or in the hotel/conference room, sometime with only a 10000 mAh power bank all day long. Until now, my Intel Compute Stick did a great job. After two years of experience with it, I will give five stars to this tiny, yet powerful device.

So why not a Javad rugged GNSS docking station with computer inside for the T3 receiver, that could bring additional battery power and multiple other functionalities/benefits that surely could replace a common laptop? A GNSS docking station could help T3 to last longer, probably with a total weigh less than the Triumph-LS.

With Intel Compute Card sealed inside ( https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/boards-kits/compute-card.html ) and assembled with a T3 receiver, the combined (screwed tight) tool will run any surveying software we want, on any display we find (Wi-Fi remote display, HDMI output, etc.), even on the walls for training/presentations with a mini projector ( https://www.sony.com/electronics/projector/mp-cl1a ).

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Always, a second computer will be a must for every surveyor in the field. Why not a rugged one from Javad?
 
#27
This computer will run Civil 3D or Carlson Survey, Justin, Star*Net, Carlson SurvPC, etc. on Windows 10 or J-Field on LINUX.
It is more than "basically the LS". Anyway, it is just a suggestion for "travel". Besides that, it does not get old, because I could change the card.
Just my opinion.