Rotterdam collaborates with MapGage to introduce innovate Field Work platform

Innovative solution for improving Field Inspections and Smart City management introduced to Rotterdam

15 June 2018, Rotterdam, Netherlands Summary: A mobile-centric workflow technology that works with ArcGIS, AutoCAD, GIS Files and IoT Sensor Data while saving on time & effort spent by city engineers in the field collecting, managing and performing inspections and work orders is being implemented in a  commercial pilot project that was signed yesterday at […]

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MapGage and MarineGage present their innovative inspections solutions at Shakedown 2018

MapGage presents at Shakedown Rotterdam 2018

Roderick Ruhl of MapGage joined Shakedown 2018 in Rotterdam, Netherlands,  to speak about mobile-centric Inspections & Maintenance workflows and how they need to be integrated with GIS, CAD, BIM, Drone and IoT Data to make use of all the new technologies available to field staff and project engineers. Shakedown 2018 is the port-industry-leading StartUp Fair […]

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Using MapGage to Manage Golf Club Maintenance

MapGage Mobile FieldApp Version 10.31 available

We just released our latest Mobile FieldApp version: You can download it from the Google Play Store: Change Log for Version 10.31: This time we focused on improving Synchronization download and view record attachments directly to mobile device synchronization workflow and speed has been greatly improved option to change image size to further increase […]

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MapGage joins PortXL

MapGage joins PortXL Accelerator in Rotterdam

We are very proud to announce that we successfully were selected among 1000 startups and scale-ups to join PortXL Accelerator and ScaleUp Program for Maritime and Infrastructure. From September 2017 to January 2018, the acceleration program scouted one-thousand start-ups and scale-ups relevant for the sector. The search is global in order to get the best […]

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MapGage geospatial dashboard showing golf course maintenance application to capture issues on a golf course using both drone maps and mobile collected images from the ground.

Why golf courses are the next thing in drone mapping

The Golf Industry has seen better days. According to the US National Golf Foundation, the number of players has steadily declined from over 30 million in 2005 (pre-recession), to 24.7 million today. 680 US and 158 Canadian courses out of a total of approx. 17000 (pre-recession) have closed. Maintaining Golf Clubs with maximum efficiency while keeping costs […]

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