GeoSpatial Experts Launches GeoJot+ for Windows Mobile

January 28, 2014  - By 0 Comments

GeoSpatial Experts’ GeoJot+ field data collection system now runs on Windows Mobile devices.  According to GeoSpatial Experts, companies can seamlessly transfer GeoJot’s app component across Apple, Android, and now Windows Mobile 6.x devices such as Trimble and Juniper handheld GPS units.

GeoJot+ enables users to capture geotagged photos on mobile devices along with descriptive attribute information for each photo. The data is then automatically uploaded to the cloud and processed back in the office.

Using GeoJot+, organizations create reports and ArcGIS or Google Earth maps for managers and clients.  GeoJot+ data is fed into a company’s backend database for further analysis and archiving. The system provides functionality from field data collection to final reports.

One subscription can now cover all Android, Apple, and Windows Mobile devices. Licenses can easily be transferred across operating systems using the GeoJot Administrator’s Dashboard, as they are not tied to specific devices.

“While smartphones and tablets are opening GIS mobile data collection to a larger audience, there are still many circumstances where people need higher GPS accuracy,” said John Clark, GeoSpatial Experts’ Director of Business Development. “With an intuitive interface and minimal training requirements, GeoJot+ now makes high-end GPS equipment more accessible to people outside of the GIS department.”

GeoJot+ meets a need for any organization requiring field asset inventory, proof of performance, compliance documentation, site assessments, situational awareness, or damage assessment. GeoJot+ captures location, condition and other data about real world conditions at a specific place and time.
This information helps companies solve business problems, gain competitive advantage, speed cash flow, and reduce expenses.

Tracy Cozzens

About the Author:

Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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