GSSI Tablet-Based GPR Withstands Rigorous Conditions, Changing Tech

To bring its latest, industry-leading Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) systems to market, Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. (GSSI) needed a new hardware partner to accompany its best-in-class software. Previously relying on a custom controller that couldn’t keep up with the design cycle and too-frequently became outdated, GSSI sought a solution that could stay ahead of the fast-paced technological advancements.
More importantly, GSSI focused on customer needs. The controller platform had to be rugged and flexible enough to withstand the tough and varying conditions, to seal out the elements, of the outside environments where field tests take place.

After considering other players in the rugged computing market, GSSI decided the Panasonic Toughpad tablet (FZ-G1 and FZ-M1 models) was the right fit for the job. With best-in-class durability, the tablet is also light-weight and portable, but doesn’t compromise on performance or screen size. And the durability also applies to how customers use GSSI devices – tossed in the back of a truck, shipped around the world and dropped countless times.

Other reasons for choosing Toughpad is the tablet’s ability to ensure visibility in all light conditions and impressive battery life.
As a result, GSSI customers have a highly capable and built-to-last solution that offers full control over these complex, finely tuned GPR systems.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
GSSI, (603) 893-1109, geophysical.com

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