An easy to use handheld for the professional field worker
The Trimble® Nomad® 5 handheld is a fully-rugged mobile computer designed to make your professional work life easier, productive and more efficient. Offering ease-of-use and flexibility in an all-in-one versatile package, it’s the ideal tool for accurate GIS data collection, asset management and field inspection tasks. Purpose-built for the serious field worker, you can depend on the Nomad 5 to help you get your work done.
Responsive touchscreen for a consistent and user-friendly operating experience
Bright 5-inch display for easy viewing of data, maps and photos in direct sunlight or shadow
Pair with the Trimble Catalyst™ software GNSS receiver or Trimble R2 GNSS receiver when high-accuracy positioning is paramount
Communicate between the field and office via integrated 4G LTE cellular connectivity to share, receive and collaborate on data in real-time for efficient job completion and faster time to deliverable for your clients
Operate longer in the field with a high-capacity, all day user-replaceable battery that provides continuous use in any temperature
Reliably work in the toughest conditions with an IP-65 and IP-68 environmental rating for water and dust ingress
Input data with ease, even when wearing gloves, using the tactile programmable hard keys and stylus
Testing Cm positions in three challenging scenarios!
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