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GNSS Antennas and Sensors

Navicom Dynamics is the sole New Zealand distributor for all Hemisphere GNSS precision products.  

We also sell Hemisphere products to other countries for marine and port use. Our specialist knowledge of the maritime environment, along with our distributor discount, makes us a good place to come to for your GNSS needs.

Laptops & Tablets

A number of laptops and tablets are ideal for piloting.  Navicom Dynamics recommends most of the options from Panasonic ToughBook/ToughPad range. Some selected examples are given below. Alternatively we can advise on what is likely to work best with our products, and source them for you.

Toughpad FZ-G1

The Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 Mk2 Windows 8.1 Pro tablet is designed for highly mobile field workers, it's the thinnest and lightest fully-rugged 10.1" tablet running Genuine Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit. Optional LTE 4G Modem.

CF-20 Toughbook

The Panasonic CF-20 is rugged, lightweight, wireless and convertible. If you want a fully-rugged, lightweight, wireless laptop that converts from a powerful notebook PC to a convenient tablet PC with one quick swivel, then the Toughbook CF-20 is for you.

CF-54 Toughbook

The next generation Toughbook® 54 is  the world's thinnest and lightest semi-rugged in its class. The latest model runs Windows® 10 Pro, along with the latest Intel® 6th gen i5 processor and Intel HD Graphics to deliver optimal performance. It features a spill-resistant, full magnesium alloy design, storage drive heater, backlit keyboard (except Lite model) and is available in four different models to suit every need. The Toughbook 54 has a wide range of integrated options such as dedicated GPS, 4G LTE mobile broadband with satellite GPS, antenna dual pass-through, and insertable and contactless SmartCard readers. The Toughbook 54 one of the most versatile and advanced semi-rugged notebooks on the market.

We have been using the complete range of Navicom Dynamics PPUs for the last three years with huge benefits to our business in the context of risk management, safety, training and professionalism.

John Barker, Ports of Auckland