Trimble launches new data collector

By Leila Steed16 March 2021

Trimble TSC5 Controller Trimble’s new TSC5 Controller

Construction technology company Trimble has introduced a new lightweight data controller for land and civil construction surveyors.

The TSC5 Data Controller is equipped with a 127mm anti-glare screen and a back-lit keypad. The company said the surveying instrument allows users to collect field data in rugged environments and allows them to carry out tasks “efficiently and accurately”.

The handheld device uses the Android 10 operating system and is fully integrated with Trimble’s land and construction surveying instruments and software packages.

These include Trimble Access 2021 Field software and Trimble Siteworks software. It can also be used with Trimble’s EMPOWER Module system.

Trimble TSC5 Controller The handheld device uses the Android 10 operating system and is fully integrated with its land and construction surveying instruments and software packages

Ron Bisio, senior vice president of Trimble Geospatial, said, “Surveyors expect to encounter challenging environments and must rely on their equipment to perform as expected in harsh conditions.

“The TSC5 controller is a high-value, reliable solution that land surveyors can leverage for field data collection tasks performed all day, every day.”

According to the manufacturer, the instrument is resistant to shock, dust and water, and also includes a battery that offers a a full day’s use on one charge.

NEWSLETTER
Delivered directly to your inbox, Construction Technology Newsletter features the pick of the breaking news stories, product launches, show reports and more from KHL's world-class editorial team.
CONNECT WITH THE TEAM
Andy Brown Editor, Construction Technology Tel: +44 (0)1892 786 224 E-mail: andy.brown@khl.com
Eleanor Shefford Sales Manager Tel: +44 (0)1892 786236 E-mail: eleanor.shefford@khl.com
Latest News
World’s first fully electric asphalt paver
Royal BAM, Wirtgen and New Electric have converted an asphalt spreading machine to run on electric power 
Trimble launches new GNSS base station
Construction tech firm unveils R750 modular receiver with improved satellite tracking
Investing in workforce wearables on construction sites
Exoskeletons can increase worker productivity and comfort, but there are issues to be avoided