BYOD GPS Gets Real:
Lessons Learned with the New Rules of GPS Data Collection
Free 60-Minute Webinar
Date: Thursday, April 14, 2016
Time: 1 p.m. EDT / 10 a.m. PDT
Is the BYOD ("bring-your-own-device") movement for real? Can smartphone and tablet GPS workflows actually replace traditional GPS handsets and software?
Join GPS World as we examine how five organizations from five industries (oil & gas, engineering, water utility, transportation and natural resources) made the switch from GPS handhelds to smartphones and tablets for their field data collection needs.
Join us and discover:
- The architecture of cloud-based GPS data collection apps
- Lessons learned from five real-world implementations
- How to deploy apps that integrate with your existing GIS and GPS devices
- How to share CAD, UAV imagery and custom basemaps on mobile devices
- How cloud-based GPS can help you monitor worker locations, assign tasks, approve repairs and more in real-time
- How survey-grade RTK receivers can turn a phone into a cm-level GPS device
Vice President, Product Management and Marketing, TerraGo
Michael Gundling is a dynamic, high-tech product and marketing executive with more than 20 years of experience in launching market-changing products in the radar, satellite-based navigation, air traffic management and enterprise software industries.
Vice President, Products and Services, TerraGo
David Basil serves as vice president of products and services for TerraGo. Basil is a seasoned business and technology executive with a proven track record of delivering market-leading software solutions and high-growth business results for emerging technology companies. Basil has more than 24 years of experience in all facets of business operations, including product development, professional services, technical support, sales, marketing and international operations.
Editor & Publisher, GPS World
Alan Cameron is editor-in-chief and publisher of GPS World magazine, where he has worked since 2000. He also writes the monthly GNSS Design & Test newsletter and the Wide Awake blog.
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