Our last Mobile Data Collection update includes an option requested by our users for quite some time now, a possibility to collect line and polygon features!
GIS Cloud apps allow you to adjust to any workflow. Join our live demo webinar and learn how to set up your line and polygon projects, as well as how to use key features to boost your daily data collection and inspection. Register below.
This exciting new feature will be useful to many working in electric and water utilities dealing with power lines, sewer infrastructure and pipelines, as well as vegetation management, monitoring projects, farming and agriculture, tree inventory and forestry, the list goes on.
Mobile Data Collection is very easy to learn and it will ensure no time loss on training teams, also saving time in office work. Capturing lines or polygons can be done on foot or by a car, and you can assign and manage collections as the work progresses.
Webinar time and date:
THURSDAY, JUNE 14th at
8 am PT 11 am ET 5 pm CET (4 pm UTC)
You will learn how to:
- Create a line or polygon project and set up your survey
- Use dependencies and other options for data quality control
- Use Start Tracking option to record data on the go, filling in the form at the same time
- Use Manual option to draw lines or polygons
- Combine different collecting options for higher precision
- Edit data while collecting, or after it was sent to the cloud
- Extend to edit and share collected data with collaborators
We spent many hours planning and implementing this feature, and we have our beta testers to thank for their valuable feedback.
We would like to hear your thoughts as well, so register for the webinar and join us in discovering capabilities and workflow possibilities when collecting lines and polygons.
And last but not least, we at GIS Cloud want to know your step-by-step daily operations involving all roles from fieldworkers to decision makers so we could create a perfect solution for all your needs.
That is why we organized a contest for utility organizations (electric, water, roadworks…), including consultants working with utilities. We are awarding with free licences our users from this industry who describe their detailed workflow. We would also appreciate if you would specify how you will use our newest Mobile Data Collection feature – collect lines and polygons.
To enter the contest, try latest Mobile Data Collection feature and answer a few simple questions on this link.