The rugged Panasonic Toughbook FZ-M1 Tablet with Intel® RealSense™ 3D Camera is ideal for accurate 3D measurements for a wide variety of applications and industries such as warehouse optimization, factory and facility maintenance, wound monitoring in healthcare, photo-taking at police crime scenes, and documentation of insurance claims.
In asset management and maintenance, the FZ-M1 Tablet with Intel® RealSense™ 3D Camera is predestined for fast and accurate photos, such as measuring cracks in bridges or buildings without having to climb ladders. The solution can also create photos of equipment such as pipelines that can be commented on for maintenance reports and repairs.
In the field of logistics, the solution can be used for the fast and accurate measurement of freight. This data enables the optimization of storage space and vehicle load.
In law enforcement and the insurance industry, the FZ-M1 with Intel® RealSense™ 3D camera is ideal for accurate crime scene recording and documentation of car accidents for analysis and claims handling. Depending on the resolution and environmental conditions, the Intel® RealSense™ camera has a working area of 16 cm to 10 m. It is suitable for outdoor use and has an image resolution of 1280x720. Thanks to its modular design, the Panasonic FZ-M1 Tablet with Intel® RealSense™ can also be adapted to the specific needs of different companies. Barcode scanner, thermal imaging camera, LAN, robust LAN, serial port and USB 2.0 are available for this purpose. The Panasonic TOUGHBOOK FZ-M1 offers powerful computing power and multitasking capabilities with the Windows 10 Pro operating system and 6th generation Intel Core processor. Field staff benefit from a battery life of 9 hours with 20-hour option and hot-swap battery replacement function. The sunlight-ready display can be operated with a pen, touch screen and even with gloves. With its rugged, fanless design and fully ruggedized protection level, the unit can withstand drops from heights of up to 180 cm, is IP65 certified, and compact and lightweight.
The solution is already being used worldwide by medical professionals to measure and monitor the healing of wounds or ulcers caused, for example, by bed-rest (decubitus). With the 3D camera and a special application you can quickly perform 3D wound recordings and measurements. This approach is much faster and more accurate than traditional methods and can also be done by a wide range of healthcare professionals. An accurate image documentation of the wound history is another advantage of the new Panasonic solution.