Natural Resources


Mining Applications

Forestry Applications

Why do leading companies in the natural resources sector choose Getac?

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A few of our favourite success stories


Exploraciones Mineras Andinas SA (EMSA), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chilean state-operated copper mining company Codelco, is in charge of mineral exploration and mine management throughout different regions. Getac Fully Rugged Tablet F110 featuring a wide operating temperature range between -21°C and 60°C copes with extreme conditions and provides optimal display clarity, enabling EMSA professionals to carry out challenging tasks.

Getac Fully Rugged Tablet F110 provides optimal display clarity, allowing field workers to be completed more efficiently while keeping costs at bay.

The Department of Survey and Mapping Malaysia (JUPEM)

The Department of Survey and Mapping Malaysia often sends field agents to conduct topographic surveying and mapping work, which is critical for the country’s development planning. Getac V110 rugged computer combines mobility, efficiency and safety. It features fast and precise GPS positioning, long-lasting battery life, display clarity under sunlight, certified dust and water resistance, wide operating temperature range and quick transformation from notebook to tablet, fully supporting surveyors working in the office or on the move.

JUPEM surveyors are able to complete their field assignments in extreme environments, delivering robust performance in a rugged package.


“Safety and operational hazards at workplaces are important factors for mining companies, and we want to supply them with a comprehensive solution that not only enables them to operate but also improves efficiency without hassle. Harsh conditions in mining meant that we needed a device that was rugged enough and able to complement our smart mobile scanning unit. That is why we selected the Getac V110. Its ability to convert from laptop to tablet provides users the flexibility of both options. We also appreciate its hot-swappable dual-battery feature that enables users to process the LiDAR data underground regardless of whether they have access to power.” Dr. Stefan Hrabar, CEO and Co-Founder of Emesent

Botswana Ministry of Agricultural Department

With the Getac S410 laptop, Botswana develops one of its most important exports, beef. The Department of Veterinary Service’s inspectors use RFID scanners connected to the S410 to read the cows’ ear tags, granting them access to the animals’ complete ownership and vaccination records. The S410 is also linked to Botswana’s National Database, granting the Ministry oversight of the livestock industry.

Getac S410 balances performance and mobility with rugged protection to help the inspectors complete their mission, even when working in the hot, dry, and dusty environment that is typical of an African ranch.

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