Like many of you, I really enjoy using open tools. I’m lucky also because most of the creators of some fine tools and web services will typically provide me with full access to exploit and test their apps. Recently, the gang at Spatial Networks provided me with access to their FulcrumApp mobile data collection tool.
Search Results for: fulcrum
Over the last few months, we’ve been working hard to bring Fulcrum for iOS to the next level, making data collection even faster and more powerful. The app has been rebuilt from the ground up with tons of features and improvements all around, as well as a whole new refreshed look and feel. Let’s take […]
This announcement comes via the Fulcrumapp blog (http://blog.fulcrumapp.com) as the company rolls the Android version of their cool, mobile data collection app out of Beta (I had the pleasure of Beta testing the app for a little). This from the blog post… Fulcrum on Android brings your data collection apps from your Fulcrum web account […]
Here’s a quick look at Fulcrum, an innovative, simple to use, fast to setup, enterprise scale field data collection tool for iOS. Impressive indeed and multiple OS support roll-out coming in the near future.
Leading field force data intelligence software platform provider to leverage funds to advance product development, sales and marketing, and market penetration; Jim Grady appointed CEO to lead global growth and expansion
ST. PETERSBURG, FL & WASHINGTON DC – May 20, 2019 -, May 20, 2019 — Spatial Networks, the pioneering geospatial intelligence and technology company, and Mapbox, the leading live location platform for mapping, navigation, visualization and augmented reality, have announced a strategic partnership aimed at helping people leverage geospatial technology more effectively.
In response to Cyclone Fani and other disasters, such as the wildfires in California and flash flooding across the U.S. Midwest, tech company Spatial Networks provides mobile mapping and data collection software at no cost for recovery efforts.
Getting your business off the ground can be a huge challenge. For technology start-ups though, there’s many valuable resources that you can tap into. There’s incubators, startup labs, hackathons, developer programs, and many more opportunities that exist. Here, I quickly touch upon 5 handy resources that a Geotech startup can leverage to get a boost.
Spatial Networks. You know, the cool, yet very busy, GeoTech company in Tampa/St. Pete. You’ve likely become familiar with them over the years, mainly because they really do seem to be everywhere! They’ve also been growing very rapidly so you’ll likely be hearing more and more as the team is very active, very vocal and […]
Brian Monheiser will deliver Spatial Networks’ suite of products to the U.S. and foreign governments and other international organizations