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Every Worker a Sensor Is a Product of the Smartphone Revolution

Every Worker a Sensor Is a Product of the Smartphone Revolution

June 1, 2015

By Mike Gundling

There have been 2 million smartphones sold worldwide, with 6 billion in sales forecast by the end of the decade.

TerraGo believes that’s 6 billion potential sensors.

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TerraGo Edge 3.6 Ups the Ante on Precision GPS, Surveying and Mapping

TerraGo Edge 3.6 Ups the Ante on Precision GPS, Surveying and Mapping

June 2, 2015

By Mike Gundling

3.6 is a BIG release. Or at least it’s a big deal for the TerraGo team and our customers.  TerraGo Edge is the first iOS and Android app that integrates directly with a full range of high accuracy GPS receivers.  TerraGo Edge v 3.6 features enhanced support for sub-meter and centimeter GPS receivers on both iOS and Android, as well as a host of new mapping features, basemap sources and integration with Google Earth. One of our technology partners, Brian Mickel from LHNAV calls this “the future of GPS data collection.”  If you haven’t tried TerraGo Edge yet, this is a great time for a field test.   We’re raising the bar for the other mobile GPS solutions out there. And we’re not stopping here. We’re committed to the pace of innovation that means our customers don’t wait months (or even years, ahem) for their most wanted features.

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PODCAST: The Transformative Disruption in the GPS Arena

PODCAST: The Transformative Disruption in the GPS Arena

May 20, 2015

By Mike Gundling

An industry disruption is happening with proprietary GPS handheld devices.  Much like we are seeing in other industries, such as media and hospitality, new fast-moving technologies are driving a sea change in the location-based data arena.

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Deflating the Grip of Proprietary GPS - Objection by Objection

Deflating the Grip of Proprietary GPS - Objection by Objection

May 13, 2015

By Mike Gundling

Many of our customers struggle trying to break through the company’s “status quo” of field operations that have long relied on GPS handhelds as part of their jobs. GPS handhelds like Trimble, Leica and TopCon work, well enough, and longstanding employees already know how to use them. And for every clear benefit that TerraGo Edge delivers over GPS handhelds, there is a hurdle to overcome based, not always on fact, but on old habits, fear of change and quite often, misinformation. We hear them all in our interactions with our customers, during webinars and at industry events. We think mobile technology and innovation will overcome the status quo and win the game for our customers in the end. We all benefit greatly from the competition of ideas and exchange of viewpoints.

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