American Security Today: Seiler Selects TerraGo Magic to Build its Mobile GNSS App

June 20, 2017

TerraGo has entered into a new partnership with Seiler Instrument, a leading provider of surveying software and instruments.

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GIS Cafe: GEOINT 2017 Interview with Scott Lee, Director of Federal Sales, TerraGo Technologies

June 19, 2017

At GEOINT 2017, Scott Lee, Director of Federal Sales for TerraGo, spoke with GIS Café about how TerraGo is focused on supporting complex GEOINT mission requirements by providing next-generation mobile application development solutions for sharing field-related geospatial content.

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GPS World: Leveraging Mobile GPS Apps is a Matter of Time

June 1, 2017

The latest mobile GPS apps and innovations are transforming the nature and quality of field data collection, saving time and money while shedding limitations of legacy devices.

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GPS World: TerraGo Edge version 4 uses iOS, Android flexibility

June 1, 2017

The profession of land surveying has taken advantage of many technological location and measuring advancements, yet most of the data collectors used today are still based upon aging proprietary data collectors and even older operating system platforms.

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GPS World: TerraGo Magic enables design of custom applications without coding

May 9, 2017

While change is constant, one thing that has become standard is the use of handheld mobile devices. Smartphones and tablets are used by almost everyone and the professional surveying community is no different. The process of data collection for specific purposes often needs to be tailored to each project type, yet traditional surveying methods are not flexible in allowing customization easily.

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Enterprise Apps Tech: Why mobile app development is a community with room for everybody

May 5, 2017

In the beginning, mobile app construction often started with end users sketching interfaces, data flow diagrams and designs – showing a picture to a highly trained, highly skilled developer – and saying “build it.” After a lengthy process of planning, hand coding, testing, prototyping and production, the app was ready – months, even a year later.

Fast forward to today’s zero-code development, in which apps are built from menus of already-built features, then deployed through the App Store, Google Play or the cloud in hours or days.

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GPS World: Timesaving webinar on survey data collection

May 3, 2017

Time has great impact in the enterprise mobility continuum. Developing tools for mobile workers has long been the sole province of IT, but the demand for mobile apps is stretching IT to the breaking point. Demand for mobile apps is five times greater than IT capacity, according to one market study.

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Software Magazine: Zero Code Applications - Changing the Face of IT Departments

April 18, 2017

In today’s business world, information technology (IT) continues to be the engine that drives competitive advantage and long-term success. However, IT departments face mounting budget scrutiny at a time when their innovations are most needed.

How can IT departments manage this “catch 22”? Some say, by doing less.

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AppDeveloper Magazine: Creating customizable apps without a single line of code

March 22, 2017

When TerraGo came into being, field data collection typically meant printing paper maps and forms. After binding them for crews to take into the field, they would be used to perform and record asset inspections, preventive maintenance, site surveys, engineering reports and all types of field work in nearly every industry. Notes were taken with pen and pencil in massive 3-ring binders. At the end of the day, completed notebooks went back to the office where the data was keyed manually into a computer - a time-wasting, tedious, error-prone and expensive regimen.

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Utility Products: New Software Tools Streamline Vegetation Management Programs, Reports

March 10, 2017

On August 14, 2003, utility companies took stock of a problem everybody knew was there, but few were aware of its potential destructive impact. After a system software failure during the early afternoon, overloaded 345-kilovolt lines suddenly dipped into trees in three places in Northeast Ohio—part of a four-hour chain of events that became the Northeast Blackout, second-largest in world history.

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