Turning up the data speed

Turning up the data speed

Raven's new Slingshot Field Hub 2.0 offers some 4G speed where coverage is available, and reliable connectivity everywhere.

Raven Industries will be showing off a new tool at the fall farm shows - the Slingshot Field Hub 2.0 which boasts faster data transfer speeds of up to 4G in areas where it's available. That makes the modem up to 10 times faster than other versions and higher speed means faster data transfer, more reliable remote support sessions and improved connectivity with external devices.

GO FASTER: The Raven Slingshot Field Hub 2.0 offers the potential for dramatic data speed improvements. And it can be a WiFi hub for other tools you carry in the cab.

You can even get a WiFi options that will allow you to connect other devices to the Web without the need for another cellular plan. The Field Hub 2.0 is currently supported on the Verizon network, and support from other North American carriers, including AT&T and others is coming soon. The modem can also work to enhance performance Raven's newer field computers, including the Viper 4.

The Field Hub 2.0 comes in a modern, more compact package, making it easier to fit in the cab while still carrying forward the industrial strength and reliability that Slingshot users have grown accustomed to. The low loss primary and diversity antenna package ensures connectivity in even the most remote and challenging environments. As with all Field Hubs, it is GPS-enabled so that users can always locate and manage their unit through the Slingshot web portal.

Raven will continue to offer its current Field Hub solution, which supports speeds up to 3G and remains a trusted and reliable solution.

The Slingshot Field Hub 2.0 will enhance Raven’s product and service offering, including improvements in Over-the-Air update capability, remote support, and data transfer between field-deployed hardware and the office. The Slingshot Field Hub 2.0 is available today. Contact your Raven dealer for details, or visit ravenslingshot.com to learn more.

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