The BMT8 RTK tablet represents a game-changer in GIS data collection, meticulously engineered to redefine accuracy standards. Featuring an external GNSS antenna and seamless NTRIP data corrections integration, this tablet empowers professionals to achieve unparalleled sub-centimeter precision on the go—a remarkable feat in handheld devices. Moreover, for tasks requiring slightly less precision, the BMT8 effortlessly delivers sub-meter accuracy independently, eliminating the dependency on NTRIP corrections. Its exceptional compatibility extends to leading GIS software like MicroSurvey’s FieldGenius for Android, ESRI, and Juniper’s Uinta, ensuring effortless integration into established workflows.
This lightweight Android data collector operates on the Android OS, offering a versatile platform for running an array of applications—from critical GIS tools to cloud services like Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive. Its expansive 8-inch HD IPS display prioritizes visibility and clarity, ensuring crucial data remains easily accessible and comprehensible even in challenging field conditions.
Underneath its sleek exterior, the BMT8 houses a robust Snapdragon 626 8-core processor, guaranteeing a responsive, seamless experience across all applications. With a substantial 64 GB internal storage, expandable by an additional 128 GB via an SD card, this tablet caters to extensive data needs, providing flexibility and scalability for diverse datasets. Seamlessly connected via an integrated cell modem, the tablet ensures unwavering connectivity regardless of location, facilitating uninterrupted data transmission and reception.
Facilitating comprehensive data collection, the tablet integrates a high-resolution 16 MP rear camera, empowering professionals to capture intricate details pertinent to surveyed points, enriching documentation and analysis capabilities.
In essence, the BMT8 RTK tablet encapsulates reliability, precision, and adaptability, offering GIS professionals a comprehensive solution to elevate data collection processes and set new benchmarks in accuracy and performance.