Dayton, OH. December 16, 2008 - With its new high resolution touch screen, big 3.2 megapixal camera, microSD memory card slot and unlocked GPS, the BlackBerry Storm is the perfect mobile platform for GIS. And with the ability to run ESRI ArcGIS Server software, the BlackBerry Storm can perform GIS tasks usually done with a laptop computer with an aircard. View live GIS maps, GPS field map points with digital photos, and track vehicles and personnel using Freeance Mobile software on the BlackBerry Storm to save time, money and resources.
Here are a few new Freeance Mobile Clients using ArcGIS Server software on BlackBerry smartphones:
Mobile Area Water and Sanitary – Using the Verizon BlackBerry Storm for accessing water and sanitary system maps in the field.
City of Vaughan, Ontario – Showing service calls on GIS maps using multiple models of BlackBerry smartphones.
Kane County, Illinois – Planning to use the new Nextel Push to Talk BlackBerry 8350i for flood response and GIS field mapping.
Freeance Mobile is the only solution for having live access to your ArcGIS Server maps on BlackBerry smartphones. Low cost and quick to implement, Freeance Mobile allows you to create custom mobile applications that reduce the time and costs of working in the field.
About Freeance Mobile Software
Freeance Mobile allows organizations to save time and resources by bring GIS and business databases to the field on a low cost platform. You can now make your ArcGIS available to anyone, anywhere, anytime. Freeance Mobile is hassle-free software for users and IT administrators alike. Designed for the ESRI and Blackberry environments, Freeance Mobile is a well-balanced approach combining off-the-shelf simplicity with the ability to make your own custom applications. Visit www.Freeance.com/mobile for more information.
About TDC Group
TDC Group, Inc. develops the Freeance Web and Freeance Mobile software solutions. The Company serves government, utilities and corporate clients with useful, cost-effective and easy-to-use software that reduces the time and resources needed to deploy enterprise GIS and mobile applications.