Times have changed since we first started building mobile apps for field data collection in the mid-1990s. Now our innovative mobile solutions are being used not just “out in the field” for scientific data collection, but also in places such as health clinics, parks, and golf courses on ubiquitous devices like iPhones, iPads, or Android phones and tablets.
While many firms provide mobile development, our broader understanding of IT development means we give you more than just the latest technology platform. We build our mobile apps with an understanding of the overall context, resulting in a solid app with properly managed data.
The Anchorage Park Foundation’s mobile Park Report Card allowed volunteers to file reports on the condition of local parks. After the reporting period ended, the Park Foundation asked us to transform the app into one that encourages everyone to use the local parks.
Each summer, ENSTAR technicians were required to inspect more than 30,000 gas meters and record meter conditions on pre-printed paper forms.
ENSTAR wanted to improve their work processes by having technicians capture this information electronically using mobile devices while simultaneously field verifying meter information.