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Buckeye Mountain, Trimble bring GPS to railways

October 19, 2016  - By

Railway technology company Buckeye Mountain and Trimble are working together to provide the railroad industry with advances in GPS solutions such as the Trimble PG200 GNSS receiver.

The PG200 is a rugged, lightweight and portable receiver to use in rail and intermodal yards to identify safety zones. It also includes auto tracking on critical assets.

Juno-T41_Grey_WEH_face-WTrimble has also been working with Buckeye Mountain to provide the railroad industry with mobile computing and AEI (railcar automatic equipment identification tags) products.

Trimble’s Juno T41 R-AEI, an all-in-one rugged AEI reader, is a compatible platform for Buckeye Mountain’s AEI Quick Read application, a basic mobile application that reads AEI tags.

The T41 keeps workers the required safety distance from railcars while the read range is very responsive.

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