Difference Between Desktop and Mobile Applications

The Desktop software allows the user to sign in to their account on a windows computer to manage: Devices Projects GsGo Layers Linked media Field reports Workflows Database connections Forms…

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What is the dashboard?

The GeoSync Go Dashboard is an interface to: Your database tables Personal database SQL Server or Express Cloud SQL Database The Dashboard provides: Tabular views and reports of data Expo…

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What is syncing?

Syncing takes place on demand or automatically, depending upon your needs. Syncing is the process of copying information from the cloud outbox to your mobile device. ┬áThis includes project settings, …

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What is GeoSync GO?

GeoSync GO is an intuitive mapping application that is designed to reduce the complexity and expense of putting your GIS data in a mobile environment. With the desktop companion application, your det…

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What is a Workflow?

A workflow represents one or more defined data management processes surrounding a single feature or asset A GeoSync Go Workflow typically includes: Feature definition (central feature or asset) F…

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What is a User Cache?

The User cache is a temporary cache of your current view that you can create on the mobile device. ┬áThis allows you to work disconnected while still viewing imagery that would otherwise be unavailable…

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What is a GeoSnap?

PointSnap or LineSnap with a message and / or attached photo Stored in the cloud (no database required) Available by project to all activated devices Managed like any other layer from manager

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Desktop - Recommended Specifications

Operating System: Windows 8 Pro versionProcessor: Intel i5Memory: 4 GBStorage: 500 GBResolution: 1280x800

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Mobile - Recommended Specifications

Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or greater 1.5+ GHz Quad-Core processor (Snapdragon/Exynos/Intel/Tegra) 2 GB of RAM 32 GB of storage Broadband Internet Connection OR iPhone 6 iPad Air iPad Mini 2…

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