New iPad App Puts GIS Data to Work in the Field for Water Agencies
Nov 27, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Nobel Systems announced that its GeoViewer Mobile app, available in the Apple Store, is providing water districts and municipalities a new tool that puts their Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data to work in new ways.
According to a release, Nobel Systems' GeoViewer Mobile app allows field crews to access and interact with a virtual library of information and aerial maps, creating and integrating site-specific information at the touch of finger. And they can do it all with or without Internet connectivity.
The GeoViewer Mobile app currently being rolled out on iPads in water agencies and cities across the country is one component of Nobel Systems' integrated workflow solution.
"The GeoViewer solution is about making GIS data easily accessible so that an entire organization can interact with and benefit from it," said Michael Samuel, president of Nobel Systems. "GeoViewer Mobile takes that accessibility a step further, providing our clients with a tool that enables streamlined access to the information they need at the right time to do their jobs better."
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