SXgeoCloud Application Offered to India GIS Professionals

December 15, 2014  - By 1 Comments

India-based GNSS device maker Stesalit has introduced a SXgeoCloud mobile mapping application. SXgeoCloud provides a full GIS data collection suite with active sync to leading enterprise GIS systems through a mobile and cloud architecture. SXgeoCloud will be available with the Sxtreo series of GPS/GNSS devices from Stesalit and is now available only to customers in India.

SXgeoCloud is compatible with all the SXtreo rugged GNSS field computers and other field GNSS devices. SXgeo is the offline mobile GIS software suite from Stesalit.

The Android-based mobile mapping system of SXgeoCloud supports over 50 OGC compliant formats and background raster Web Mapping Services. It allows users to acquire geospatial data including points, lines and polygons, along with their attributes with the advantage of creating new objects in the field. It supports all editing features and is flexible for users to work on offline and online basis with active sync to the SXgeoClould Server.

The cloud server of SXgeoCloud combines project creation, data-collection management, active sync, and archival. Data sets acquired or new objects created in the field are automatically updated in the cloud GIS server in real time, and can be actively synced with the user’s enterprise GIS in real time. Users can customize the data-capture properties, attributes, and forms to match their own enterprise database requirements. With SXgeoCloud, integration with industry-leading GIS server systems is seamless.

SXgeoCloud ensures consistently high-quality data import and export in a variety of GIS and CAD formats, increasing field work efficiency, productivity and the accuracy of GNSS data.

For more information about the SXgeoCloud, visit www.sxtreo.com, or E-mail to info@sxtreo.com.

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Tracy Cozzens

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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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