Utility supplies: Custom forms for inspections, surveys, work orders, audits, mobile data collection
Utility equipment: TerraGo Edge mobile GPS data collection and collaboration accelerates forms, inspections and surveys for the mobile workforce. Latest release improves mobile worker productivity with QuickNote!, one-tap smart forms that react to the job at hand to minimize steps and improve quality of data captured in the field.
Utility equipment: TerraGo, a pioneer of geospatial collaboration and enterprise mobility software, announces the availability of TerraGo Edge 3.9.2 mobile GPS data collection and collaboration, which features the new TerraGo QuickNote! and other new features and enhancements.
TerraGo Edge helps companies create custom forms for inspections, surveys, work orders, audits and all types of mobile data collection, then share location-tagged reports via the cloud in real-time with headquarters and customers.
“The incredible thing about using a mobile app like TerraGo Edge is being able to give the customer a real-time view of the job site whenever we need to, and that keeps my teams working, the project on time and the costs down,” said Edwin Quintanilla, manager of Field Operations at International Empire Electric, an electrical engineering firm serving industrial, commercial and residential markets. “Instead of wasting time turning handwritten notes into reports back at the office and then waiting for confirmation, we can get new work orders approved immediately, on site, at any time. That’s a game changer.”
TerraGo Edge 3.9.2 delivers the following new features, as well as numerous other enhancements:
• QuickNote! – accelerates and improves field data collection work by automating all repetitive tasks based on the notebook being used by the worker.
• Notebook Access Control – lets you organize your notebooks, and all related resources, according to your organization structure, divisions, teams, groups, projects or jobs.
• GeoPackage (SQLite) Export on Edge Server – now you can export directly from the Edge Server to a standard OGC GeoPackage, an open format for geospatial information stored in a SQLite database.