4/18/07 – Dayton, Ohio – SanGIS, one of the highest profile GIS groups in the United States selects Freeance Mobile to allow San Diego County/City employees to access GIS maps on standard Blackberry Smartphones.
Freeance Mobile will allow SanGIS to use existing GIS and databases resources to quickly create interactive maps and custom forms that will run on any Blackberry smartphone. This spring SanGIS personnel will begin building and piloting mobile applications for the “walk and work” government employees. Field workers will be able to view and search GIS maps, read databases and populate custom forms complete with GPS locations from the Blackberry devices or any Bluetooth GPS receiver.
Future possible plans include letting the public access these Freeance Mobile applications expanding the number of users accessing SanGIS data, and allowing the “where work happens” platform to be available to the thousands of mobile users in California’s second largest city.
About Freeance Mobile Software
Freeance Mobile is innovative, easy-to-use location software for efficiently making mobile applications. You can now make your GIS available to anyone, anywhere, anytime. It is hassle-free software for users and IT administrators alike. Designed for the ESRI and Blackberry environments, Freeance Mobile is a well-balanced approach combining off-the-shelf simplicity with the ability to make custom applications.
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