Freeance Mobile Brings ArcGIS Server 10 to BlackBerry Smartphones
June 30, 2010 -- Freeance Mobile 5.0 is the new application for map digitizing on BlackBerry, enabling true on-device editing of map data.
GIS and IT professionals who've been waiting for greater mobile mapping functionality before putting GIS on BlackBerry smarthphones now have reason to take a closer look at the new benefits of mobile GIS.
ArcGIS Server 10 and the latest BlackBerry operating system give Freeance Mobile a whole new set of tools for using GIS out in the field, including:
- On-screen digitizing of ArcGIS Server 10 map features right on your BlackBerry smartphone.
- Direct database record editing and creating in a new and improved BlackBerry forms application.
- Map and database searching with enhanced record display and image tools.
- Cloud ready for the Amazon Cloud and ArcGIS.com online maps.
"This mobile application takes mobile map data usage literally to whole new frontier for field workers and mobile professionals, with new productivity possibilities that will help organizations derive greater value from their existing BlackBerry and ArcGIS Server 10 investment," says Matthew Reddington, CEO of TDC Group, Inc., makers of Freeance Mobile 5.0.
Official Launch Premier at ESRI UC 2010
Come see Freeance Mobile 5.0 premiered at the ESRI International User Conference this year where GIS in the cloud and expanding mobile GIS in the field will be two of the most talked about topics.
For a sneak peek of Freeance 5.0 map digitizing on Blackberry, visit http://esriuc.freeance.com
About TDC Group, Inc.
TDC Group, Inc. (TDC) is a pioneer developer of cost-saving mobile location solutions that accelerate workflow and enhance productivity for the enterprise market. Our Freeance Mobile software brings enterprise GIS to BlackBerry smartphones by way of intuitive applications that feature interactive maps, database forms and searching, tracking and geo-tagged digital photos. Government, utilities and corporations of all sizes use Freeance Mobile to complete work faster, save money and increase service responsiveness. Freeance software solutions are used by organizations in North America, Europe and Australia.