The new Trimble TSC3 Controller makes construction operations easier.
Trimble has introduced the Trimble? TSC3 handheld controller for construction?a powerful and rugged addition to the portfolio of controllers for heavy and highway contractors. With built-in GPS, 3G, Wi-Fi and a 5 megapixel digital camera, construction professionals can stay connected and be equipped with accurate positioning, digital design information and the ability to locate, measure and record information anywhere on the construction site with just one device. The TSC3 is a key component of the Trimble Connected Site? portfolio of productivity-enhancing solutions that streamline site measurement and stakeout operations for highways, small and large commercial sites, landfills, waste disposal facilities, tunnels, railway construction and mines. To withstand these harshconstruction environments, the TSC3 features a large 4.2 inch, sunlight-readable touchscreen display, ruggedised bumpers and long battery life. The controller is shock, dust and water resistant for durability.
The new TSC3 controller features onboard GPS, wireless communications and a digital camera, combining the benefits of multiple handheld devices into a single unit.
? With built-in GPS, the TSC3 controller can be used for standalone navigation and measurement purposes. Bluetooth? and optional radio capabilities allow the controller to be used with Trimble Site Positioning Systems, GNSS or total stations, where the highest accuracy is required.
? Integrated communications, including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a cellular modem, keep data flowing between field instruments, job crews and other stakeholders?for instant connections to the office and clients. The integrated 3G modem also can provide instant access to the Internet for receiving base station corrections as well as emailing and synching files with the Connected Community.
? The 5 megapixel digital camera makes it easy to collect site information and visually record site conditions for documentation and quality control. No extra devices or batteriesare required, and images are automaticallygeotaggedand associated with measured points for easy identification.