Free SuperGIS Webinar on Facilitating Field Tasks by Mobile GIS

Free SuperGIS Webinar on Facilitating Field Tasks by Mobile GIS

Facilitating Field Tasks by Mobile GIS

Wednesday, May 7th; 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EDT, New York Time)

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Mobile GIS changes the way we capture and update field data. Geospatial information can be collected in real time with high productivity and accuracy, to enhance operational efficiency and data quality.

You will Learn How to:

  1. Apply free basemaps with correct location information
  2. Start effective data capture and update
  3. Timely edit GIS Data in the Cloud
  4. Accuracy matters: Post-processing solution
  5. Boost field productivity by customized tools

Who Should Attend:

GIS professionals, surveyors, and anyone using field data collection devices or applications.


Speaker :

George Wang 

Product Specialist of Product Department, Supergeo Technologies Inc. 

George graduated from the Geography Department of National Taiwan University and has a master degree in GIS. With solid experiences and education in GIS analysis, programming, and data management, he is well familiar with Supergeo products and application projects in geographic works. George joined Supergeo in 2013, being responsible for product quality, design and technical resources and documentation. 

Freebie:

Free SuperPad Licenses: Register Supergeo Webinar now, and participate in the abundant Supergeo Webinar. We will randomly draw 10 lucky attendees and send one free SuperPad 3.1a license for each of them.

How to Register:

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