Getac’s environmentally friendly tablet model is greatly used at the preservation site of Taiwan Government Designated Cultural Properties

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It is used for 3D scanning and modeling work at “Kako Tenhougu Shrine” boasting a 400-year history.


[Taipei January 6, 2022 PR Newswire] Getac Technology Corporation today announced that Getac’s K120 environmentally resistant tablet has been used for 3D laser scanning and data calculation operations at The Deer Port Tianhou Palace, a historic building in Taiwan.


This tablet is designed by LEADERTEK CO., LTD. / It is used in combination with 3D laser scanners, 3D point cloud processing software, etc. by Rikiko Technology Fung Co., Ltd. (LeaderTek), and the company is working on digital preservation for the purpose of acquiring research data for the future of “Shikako Tianhougu Shrine” and restoring the cultural property under the jurisdiction of the Cultural Assets Bureau of the Ministry of Culture, Taiwan.


Getac offers more integrated and seamless services to field professionals who face harsh work environments every day with this robust and highly functional product and software technology from our partners.





Feature 1:Display that is easy to see even in direct sunlight

The K120 model has a brightness of 1200 nits and LumiBond®2.0 technology to make the screen clearly visible even in direct sunlight. A combined 12.5-inch full HD (FHD) display is installed. Shock, waterproof and dustproof in accordance with MIL-STD-810H, MIL-STD-461G and IP66 standards, making it the perfect device for outdoor work.





Feature 2:With rotary hand strap, improve mobility and safety in field work

Getac aims to be the best solution for working in field environments such as mining, oil and gas, chemicals and manufacturing, and the K120 model, developed with that philosophy, comes with accessories such as shoulder straps, hand straps and hard handles.






Feature 3: High-spec processors improve 3D

modeling efficiency

in the field

The K120 model includes several advanced technologies that can be used for digital modeling in the field, including the latest generation of Intel Core series processors and Iris® Xe graphics cards, allowing you to support the operation of centralized data calculation systems and capture the details of the digital scan target while maintaining low power consumption. In addition, the workplace has a smooth connectivity that can receive large amounts of data from 3D laser scanners in real time, and wi-fi 6 technology is supported, enabling a comprehensive and seamless business environment.



【News Release Details】


Getac today announced that Getac’s K120, an environmentally resistant tablet, was used in conjunction with LeaderTek’s 3D laser scanner, 3D point cloud processing software, to scan and create 3D models in the digital preservation of Taiwan’s historic building, Shikako Tenhougu.


Due to the subtropical climate in Taiwan, existing cultural properties are in an environment that can be easily damaged due to natural disasters and human contact, and among them, various historical buildings and crafts are still frequently exposed to the hands of Taiwanese local people at “Deer Port Tianhougu”, which is designated as a historic site by the Taiwanese government.


“Taiwan is always exposed to natural disasters, and the urgency of digital preservation of cultural properties is becoming more urgent,” said Chia-Wen Liu, head of management of “Deer Port Tianhougu Shrine,” said Chen Chun-Yu, a researcher at the Cultural Asset Conservation Research Center of the Ministry of Culture, Taiwan. Currently, the number of places requiring maintenance and restoration work continues to increase, and for example, the phoenix mikoshi used for the tour of the ancestors has been damaged by a history of nearly a century. We want to digitally preserve the phoenix mikoshi with the latest modern technology, 3D scanning, so that the founder can ride this majestic mikoshi again.”


“By using Getac’s environmentally resistant tablets with our 3D laser scanners, we were able to produce a fully digitized model of Shikako TianhouGu, which could be used as a reference for accurate restoration of details when maintaining historical ruins in the future,” said Yuo Liang-Chu, head of LeaderTek. “In previous general PC performance, it was barely possible to scan 20 locations a day, but getac’s K120 model can scan up to 70 locations a day, which can improve the efficiency of 3D modeling by as much as 250%. “The high performance and long battery life allows us to see scan results in the field while running for a long time, making it the perfect platform for working in outdoor environments.” It was said.


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*About Kako Tenhougu Shrine:

It was built in 1591 as a temple dedicated to the guardian deity of the sea, “Soso”. The wood, stone sculptures, and paintings in the hospital are all by famous artists. Believers are constantly visiting this mausoleum.


*Getac K120 model official web page: 

* Getac official YouTube “Restore legacy lost by the power of technology”: 

* The success story of “Kako Tenhougu Shrine”:

Preserving the beauty of historical monuments



[K120 model and lineup product philosophy]


“As proved by the high-performance and robust K120 model, technology increases the potential to preserve the history of the past when it intersects with its historical heritage,” said Rick Hwang, head of Getac. The 3D scanning application is a good example of how the K120 can be used in field work and how hardware and software technologies from us and our partners can seamlessly integrate work. With this case, we can extend it to other industrial needs, such as environmental measurement of factories, plant monitoring, and map creation.” It says.



[About the guarantee of the K120 product]


The F110-EX model is available for three years with the Getac standard bumper-to-bumper warranty, which is covered in the event of accidental damage. This industry-leading assurance structure enables instant backup of devices in the event of unforeseen circumstances, enabling customers to maintain operational efficiency without worrying about additional costs or longer downtime.


*Getac’s bumper-to-bumper warranty:

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【About LeaderTek】


LEADERTEK CO., LTD. was established in 2002 as taiwan’s only specialized vendor that digitally preserves archaeological structures using 3D laser technology, and monitors facilities such as tunnels, bridges, factories and reservoirs, as well as creating scanned floor plans and monitoring the deformation of historical heritage. In addition, the company conducts partnerships with comprehensive universities and colleges in Taiwan every year, and some of the research and development results there have been successful diversions to practical technologies used by governments and private companies, and have won multiple awards from public institutions in Taiwan.



【About Getac】


Getac Technology Corporation is a major subsidiary of Getac Holdings Corporation (TWSE: 3005), a subsidiary of MiTAC-Synnex Business Group, with annual sales of US$41.3 billion in 2020. Getac was founded in 1989 as a joint venture with GE Aerospace to provide defense electronics. Today, Getac’s business includes heavy duty laptops, heavy duty tablets, software and mobile video solutions for defense, police, fire, utilities, automotive, manufacturing, transportation and logistics. For details, please refer to the following official website.



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(Image description: Getac’s high-performance K120 improves the efficiency of 3D modeling in the field.) Display adopts LumiBond®2.0 technology, allowing workers to see the screen clearly even in direct sunlight)



(Image description: LeaderTek uses Getac’s environmentally resistant tablet K120 at the site of 3D laser scanning at Shikako Tianhougu)



(Image description: With rotary hand strap for improved mobility and safety in field work)


(Japanese release: Client provided)


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