GIS Software supports in-field Android smartphone/tablet use.
August 22, 2013 -
Built on Esri 10.1 release, 3-GIS v2.1 lets users deploy 3-GIS Mobile on Android devices. Android users will also be able to work while being disconnected from network, promoting productivity. Capabilities promote security and configurability, enable creation of features from barcode scanning, as well as support abilities to snap features and integrate with GPS devices. Other features include world geocoder, blown fiber management, and duct space management options.
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3-GIS Continues 'Mapping the Future' by Upgrading to 3-GIS Version 2.1
Decatur, AL – 3-GIS, a GIS software development company based in Decatur, Alabama has announced they’ve upgraded their software to 3-GIS 2.1. The 2.1 release provides new functionality to the 3-GIS Web user as well as open the door for Android products to use their software.
Built on Esri’s latest 10.1 release, 3-GIS 2.1 will allow users to deploy 3-GIS Mobile on their Android devices, givingthem the ability to use Android smartphones or tablets in the field. This is a huge benefit to the 3-GIS user because of the affordability and accessibility of these devices.3-GIS Mobile will also give the Android users the option to work while being disconnected to a network, which will increase productivity if a network connection can’t be made.
A few other features of 3-GIS 2.1, are increased security, a highly configurable platform to accommodate a variety of utility’s needs, the ability to create features from barcode scanning, the ability to snap features, a world geocoder and the ability to integrate with a variety of high accuracy gps devices.
More exciting features of 3-GIS 2.1 include blown fiber management and duct space management options. These are two important milestones for 3-GIS in the telecommunication field,due to the amount of fiber infrastructure that is being design and built around the world.
“Network Technology is advancing quicker than ever before and we are committed to keep our tools advancing to meet our client’s needs. Our clients have requirements of recording their network location at the cm level and our telecom clients are developing designs and building networks in days, instead of months and years,” says 3-GIS Chief Technical Officer, Tommy Siniard. “Higher market demands push us to create better products, and that is exactly what we are doing.”
3-GIS is a leading innovator of smart geospatial solutions and proud recipient of the 2011 Esri Partner’s Choice Award and the Esri Private Web Application Award. 3-GIS’ software for desktop and field use, takes complex GIS information and makes it simple to understand and fast to access from every level of the enterprise. Visit www.3-GIS.com.