we-do-IT launches Mobile GIS Solution: LatLonGO

Global geospatial IT solutions provider to the Telco and Utility industries, we-do-IT, formally announced the launch of its mobile GIS solution LatLonGO.

LatLonGO distributes GIS information to mobile applications (iPad, Android and Windows 8 tablets). It compresses and packages the data for mobile tablet devices, allowing them to work offline without network access. It can load data from a variety of GIS formats.

“Our vision is to provide geospatial data from any GIS vendor on any server platform to any device at any time using a very simple interface with no or little training requirements – just like the apps we all know and love on our tablets and smart phones,” explained Dr. Walter Hesse, Managing Director, we-do-IT. “Current mobile GIS offerings lack in ease-of-use, off-line capability and cross-platform smart device support.”

LatLonGO is for field crews who require access to their organisation’s GIS data, even in the field where no communication networks exist. It provides an up-to-date electronic copy of corporate GIS data on a standalone off-line or ‘sometimes connected’ device.

About we-do-IT
we-do-IT.com is a global provider of quality geospatial IT solutions and offers full life-cycle support to clients in telecommunication, electricity, gas, and water utility industries. We specialise in FTTx Physical Network Inventory (PNI) development, training and support using SPATIALInfo and GE Smallworld technology. 

Since 1995, we have maintained a successful track record of delivering innovative GIS business system integration solutions to ERP, CIS, OMS, DMS, SmartGrid, B2B delivered through innovative web and mobile solutions.  Our GE Smallworld GIS Upgrade delivery record is second to none, we have delivered 40+ upgrades, and 14 of these were recent 4.x upgrades – all on time and budget- the envy of the IT service industry.

We are currently developing, training and providing data services for a Physical Network Inventory (PNI) of the largest infrastructure undertaking in the OECD, a 10m+ connection point Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) network.  Over the last 17 years, we have accumulated a vast specialised domain knowledge base in the Telco and Utility industries. We source best-of-breed technology and like to work with like-minded quality professionals to fulfil our customer needs.

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