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Topic # 114214 12-Feb-2013 12:51
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Hi I'm from ThunderMaps - we create software that helps organizations collect and share geo-data.  When I say geo-data I mean digital information, which has a GPS coordinate as the primary identifier. This may be descriptions of faults, hazards, potholes, environmental breaches, things that need to be worked on, might be photos, classifications or other media as the descriptor.  We collect and distribute via mobile phones.
Filtering is important - we allow all users and businesses to filter and control the notifications they receive via secure account geo-fencing.

Can I please get some feedback on the service we provide? It is still in beta testing. It is free and easy to use. We have more ideas for the library for people and organisations to listen in on. Take a look around and let me know what you think.

www.thundermaps.com 

Cheers everyone! Anyone heading to webstock this week in Wellington?

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 760032 12-Feb-2013 12:56
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http://beta.thundermaps.com/users/sign_up

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  Reply # 760310 12-Feb-2013 17:50
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You are showing a 500 on the motohazard site. The other one is working well.



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  Reply # 761633 13-Feb-2013 11:32
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What does everyone think about the categories in the library for people to listen in on? Recommendations are welcome!!

cheers
 

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