Trimble Introduces New RFID Reader Module to Meet Radio Frequency Requirements for Japan, Israel and China finance.yahoo.com
"The M6e-JIC builds on the leading performance users have experienced from ThingMagic," said Brett Humphrys, general manager of Trimble's ThingMagic Division. "The module's extensive feature set, small size and performance provide developers more latitude when creating high-performance RFID-enabled solutions. A growing number of companies are looking to incorporate RFID into their products and solutions; the M6e-JIC can make this possible by supporting the RF requirements in more geographic areas."
The ThingMagic embedded RFID modules have been integrated into solutions across several markets including automotive, healthcare, industrial automation, manufacturing, and retail. Expanding this broad industry and application support, the M6e-JIC is designed to the standards of full size RFID readers, but is small and efficient enough to be used in a wide variety of mobile applications.
Trimble to Acquire Building Data to Expand Constructible Model and BIM Content Offering for Construction finance.yahoo.com
"With the addition of Building Data, Trimble continues to reinforce its commitment to providing data and analytics solutions to the construction industry. Building Data's strength lies in its ability to provide structured and highly accurate 3D content that will be connected to Trimble's existing product and pricing services," said Pat Bohle, general manager of Trimble's MEP Division. "This wealth of content will enable MEP contractors and engineers to use their models to improve estimating, detailing, fabrication, purchasing, manufacturing and installation processes."
Trimble Unveils Software GNSS Receiver to Provide High-Accuracy, On-Demand Positioning-as-a-Service for Mobile Devices finance.yahoo.com
With the evolution of smartphones and tablets as commonly used mobile information tools, more field workers and consumers now have access to positioning technologies for geospatial data use and collection. The Trimble Catalyst software receiver is an ideal choice to collect data and inspect or manage assets using smart devices. The software-defined GNSS receiver is designed to be integrated into a wide range of applications—providing a dual-frequency, multi-constellation receiver. The mobile device receives dual-frequency signals from the plug-and-play Trimble DA1 digital antenna. The small size and light weight of the antenna makes it ideal to store in a car glove box or backpack, available for use on demand. By adding a Trimble Catalyst subscription, users have the flexibility to choose the level of accuracy to suit their application needs from meter level to centimeters.
"The addition of Trimble Catalyst expands our portfolio to address the needs of organizations that have adopted a workplace Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategy for their businesses and individuals who periodically need accurate positioning to support various work activities. We are providing a simple, innovative solution to enable a new era of capabilities for a much broader base of field workers to collect high-accuracy geospatial data," said Ron Bisio, vice president of Trimble's Geospatial Division. "Our focus is to provide a variety of options and flexibility when it comes to mobile device deployment and data collection to increase productivity and improve operations. Trimble Catalyst puts high-accuracy, low-cost, on-demand services in the palm of anyone's hand—it's revolutionary."
Trimble Speeds Construction Estimating with Introduction of Cloud-Based Digital Takeoff Software-as-a-Service finance.yahoo.com
Trimble LiveCount Cloud is the latest addition to Trimble's expanded cloud-connected solutions that streamline communication and collaboration throughout the Design-Build-Operate (DBO) lifecycle, from the office to the field. Trimble's interconnected MEP software solutions enable contractors to get the work done efficiently, with less rework and increased quality assurance, whether bidding projects, detailing and coordinating buildings systems, pre-fabricating, estimating and quantifying takeoffs, tool and asset tracking, and managing real-time status of project performance.
"Both the fourth quarter and full year performances demonstrated progression," said Steve Berglund, Trimble's president and chief executive officer. "For the second half of the year, every segment reported both organic revenue growth and margin expansion. We anticipate 2017 will demonstrate continued growth and margin improvement."