Charming ranger for GPS tours

Monday, 26 November 2007

GPS Ranger
Screenshot: Locative Media

Here comes “a location based self-guided touring system” from BarZ Adventures. It is an offline GPS multimedia guide system for zoos, parks and historic sites. It shows visitors their position on a map and automatically plays videos, audios, stills or texts at the right place of a specific site. The GPS Ranger is comparable with the cruso and the nodeexplorer – although the latter is a connected device and offers a content management system.

The product sheet of the handsome “GPS Ranger”:

Special Software Features

  • Easy to use touch screen
  • Supports multiple languages
  • Supports closed captioning
  • Supports daily updates and content changes
  • Visitor way finder using on screen MapTracker
  • “Bread crumbing” information tracks visitor stops
  • Easy to update and to change content as often as daily
  • Provides accounting reports
  • Reports how often the units are rented and which were returned

Ranger Hardware

  • 4” sunlight readable screen
  • Storage for up to 4 GB of content
  • Up to four hours of life on rechargeable battery
  • Lightweight, measuring 6 ½” x 3 ½“ x 1”
  • Rugged and durable
  • Amplified audio system
  • No invasive signage or file transmissions
  • Supports headphones and can be mounted in automobiles.
  • Water resistant and can withstand a 5 foot drop on to concrete.

http://hercules.barzadventures.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=5&Itemid=6

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