GIS 2go is the world’s first solution with which maps from ESRI’s ArcGIS Desktop can simply be taken along on the tablet (iPad or Android). With the GIS 2go Add-in, the data selection, the map export and the re-import are controlled via the cloud in ArcGIS Desktop. On the tablet, the “Cadenza Mobile GIS 2go App” allows access to the maps with all feature data – be it with or without a network connection. Even graphic notes and media created on the go are taken over into ArcGIS Desktop.
On the tablet, users can move interactively on the map; display feature attributes; add points, lines and areas with the graphic notebook; or track via GPS; augment the map with photos and audio/video clips or simply use text to comment on it. The information recorded remotely will be imported later into ArcGIS Desktop and taken over into the data storage.
Those interested can request a personal demo account from http://www.gis2go.com and conduct a non-binding test free of charge on a mobile device.
INTERGEO 2013, Essen, October 8 -10, 2013, hall 1, stand D1.045
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About Disy Informationssysteme GmbH:
Disy Informationssysteme GmbH is an independent software and consulting company headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany. Its products and solutions are based on innovative ideas and state-of-the-art technologies. Customers value Disy’s software and its partner-like approach to practical and user-oriented enhancement. The company was founded in 1997 and currently employs 50 people.
From the very beginning, the company focused on systems that closely link GIS and reporting, which makes Disy unique in the world of spatial and environmental IT solutions. With Cadenza, users can integrate, analyse and visualise all types of factual and spatial data from different databases and use it for reporting. Disy’s GIS solutions offer desktop, Web and mobile access. Federal and local public authorities throughout Germany rely on Disy products which form the backbone for modern geodata infrastructures.