Dayton, OH 9/14/02007 – New BlackBerry models that have cameras and trackballs also run GIS software that displays ESRI mapping data and live enterprise databases forms.
The new BlackBerry 8300 comes with a built-in 2 megapixel camera and trackball navigation device. Add any Bluetooth GPS puck and the BlackBerry 8300 is ready to head out into the field with the latest Freeance Mobile software. Freeance Mobile release 1.2 takes advantage of the new BlackBerry smart phones and allows any organization to field automate with live database forms and enterprise GIS.
The newest release of Freeance Mobile includes zooming to current GPS location, locating street addresses with geocoding and hot linking map features to HTML pages or images. Freeance Mobile allows organizations to create custom forms that are live to enterprise databases such as Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle. Live connections to ESRI ArcIMS and GIS Server allows field workers to have the power of GIS on their BlackBerry. Forms and GIS maps published on the BlackBerry are created by in-house staff with the easy-to-use, nonprogramming Freeance Mobile server side administration software.
State and local government agencies have been implementing Freeance Mobile to field automate code enforcement, utilities and public safety/EMA applications. Freeance Mobile systems start at under $10,000 and can be implemented in a matter of days.
About Freeance Mobile Software
Freeance Mobile is innovative, easy-to-use location software for efficiently making mobile applications. You can now make your GIS available to anyone, anywhere, anytime. It 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.