Collect photos and data for compliance documentation, asset audits, proof of performance, and site assessments - quickly and accurately. Create maps and customizable reports!
Since 2001, GeoSpatial Experts has been the world-wide leader in photo mapping software for business. Our GeoJot+ field data collection system revolutionizes field data collection, mapping, and reporting … by embedding field data into photos.
GeoJot+ is an annual subscription service that enables your organization to quickly capture field data with geotagged photos on mobile devices, automatically upload them to the cloud, then process them back in the office creating reports, maps and database input.
Team focused, GeoJot+ has a simple app interface for minimal training and maximum data collection. Create and distribute an unlimited number of data collection lists (forms) to your field team members. Easily collect data that is both accurate and consistent. Automatically upload data to the cloud.
Transfer licenses between Android, Apple, and Windows Mobile 6.x devices. The app is not tied to a user or a specific piece of hardware! Great for seasonal staff, damaged devices or staff turnover. Track app usage. GeoJot+ is scalable to your organization.
Back in the office use the processing engine, GeoJot+ Core, to create ArcGIS Shapefiles and Geodatabases as well as Google Earth maps. Generate customizable .pdf and word reports. In addition to creating customizable reports and digital maps, GeoJot+ Core allows you to enforce consistency and quality standards before inputting your field data into spatial and relational database systems.
For more information, see : http://www.Geo-Jot.com
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System Requirements: Android smartphone or tablet running on 2.2 or above. For GeoJot+ Core, Windows XP SP3 or above.
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Version 2.3.17 Released September 19th, 2014
Added GPS Averaging feature. Click "Avg GPS" on the Camera Screen to average GPS points. When you have averaged enough points, take a picture to use the average position.
Added "Very High" to the required accuracy levels (< 5m)
Fixed bug causing a crash when taking a photo with many photos in the camera roll.