Nobel Systems has contracted to provide the City and County of San Francisco with its flagship GeoViewer Online and GeoViewer Mobile services. San Francisco city staff will use the GIS cloud mapping service to collect monument data in the field.
San Francisco has 266 designated landmarks and monuments, many of which have been federally recognized. These historical and significant monuments include a diverse array of sites and structures such as City Hall, the Ferry Building, and the 1906 earthquake and fire Refugee Shack.
The GeoViewer Mobile Monument Data Collection module will enable San Francisco to track monument points throughout the county and city. Monument locations are collected through the GeoViewer Mobile on the iPad or iPhone applications. Information regarding the Monuments is then recorded.
The GeoViewer Mobile Monument Data Collection module also has the ability to attach images or videos for each Monument location. The Monument data collection information, as well as images and video, can be accessed either in the GeoViewer Mobile application or GeoViewer Online application.
Reporting for each or all Monument locations is generated through the GeoViewer Online application.
Learn more about how the GeoViewer applications work here.
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