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June 28, 2016
1Spatial’s 1Integrate for ArcGIS Goes Mobile with Collector for ArcGIS

Cambridge – 28 June 2016 – 1Spatial (www.1spatial.com), the global spatial software firm which manages the world’s largest spatial data, today announced at the Esri UC San Diego, USA that 1Integrate for ArcGIS is now available for Collector for ArcGIS users in the field.

 

Through Collector for ArcGIS, 1Integrate has added mobile capability to its automated data validation and management for the ArcGIS platform. 1Integrate allows organisations to assess the quality of data to ensure it meets defined specifications and is fit for purpose. It also performs rules-based data re-engineering tasks, such as cleaning data, transforming data or creating new data from existing data assets.

 

Chris Tagg, Global Head of Innovation at 1Spatial explained, “We are delighted to have extended our offerings with Esri to its Collector functionality. 1Spatial technology can be used to solve data problems, wherever they occur. Making 1Integrate for ArcGIS available on Collector for ArcGIS allows mobile users the capability to improve and validate data in the field. It delivers mobile workers the information on which to make timely and informed decisions, and ensure the accuracy of the data collected.”

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