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TerraGo Edge 3.5: 3rd Party GPS support and Shapefiles

March 26, 2015

By Neil Quinn

Today, we released TerraGo Edge 3.5.  This version is a big step forward for both our lightweight and professional GIS users.

To make data collection easier for everyone, we’ve redesigned the home screen on the mobile apps.  Now, a small real-time map lets you navigate as you work.  There’s also one-tap access to an advanced map mode where you can switch between offline maps, view satellite locks, and more.

TerraGo Edge Adds Hosting Solution Option to Make Field Data Collection Easier

March 25, 2015

By Mike Gundling

New Capability Offers Quick, Turnkey Access to Industry-Leading Capability to Organizations Looking for an Instant Advantage

The fast-moving migration toward easier adoption of iOS and android devices for mobile data collection has gotten a boost with the announcement that TerraGo Edge is making a hosted solution available to customers.

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What is GIS-Lite?

March 24, 2015

By George Demmy

If you saw GIS-Lite in isolation, you might imagine it to be pretty much anything not quite GIS. We're starting to use the word at TerraGo to help explain part of what we do for people -- let them transform what would otherwise be a static document into a lightweight location-enabled interactive application. But that's a mouthful, so we call it GIS-Lite.

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PODCAST:  The GPS Handheld Marketplace Disruption

March 18, 2015

By Mike Gundling

There is a major disruption happening in the GPS handheld marketplace. 

Traditional suppliers of single-function, proprietary GPS handhelds are facing increased pressure from Smartphone and tablet mobile solutions, especially when paired with high-precision Bluetooth GPS receivers.  

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