Spatial Networks to unveil low-cost mobile data collection tool
to US and Middle East

(Clearwater, Fla.) 04.01.08 – Spatial Networks will introduce its latest geospatial business solution, Geodexy, to attendees at the 2008 National Hurricane Conference in Orlando, Fla. on April 2nd.

Geodexy is a simple-to-use, Internet-enabled, data collection application for virtually any industry or use case. With very little investment and training, users can create custom data collection forms in an intuitive Web interface, download the form(s) to any Windows Mobile-enabled device and be out in the in the field collecting location-sensitive data in minutes.

Data from multiple devices can then be instantly uploaded to the server via an Internet connection and be viewed as graphically rich maps or in rows and columns. The collected data records can also be edited and exported directly from the Web interface.

“The National Hurricane Conference will give us a great opportunity to put the product in front of a large variety of potential users. Whether it be insurance adjusters, brush haulers, utilities personnel or any variety of city/county public works services, we feel there is a definite need for a turn-key and cost-effective solution like Geodexy”, states Bryson Hale, Director of Marketing for Spatial Networks.

The week following Orlando, Geodexy will be introduced to patrons on the other side of the globe at the 2008 Map Middle East conference in Dubai, UAE.

“We expect Geodexy to receive a lot of traction worldwide”, notes Mike Hapner, Director of Product Development at Spatial Networks. “Geospatial data as an accessible asset is much more developed in some countries compared to others. Many of these countries have a need for an inexpensive location-based collection tool they can get out to remote locations quickly.”

Find out more about purchasing Geodexy or becoming a certified reseller at

About Spatial Networks: Spatial Networks, headquartered in Clearwater, Florida USA, is an innovative technology company providing leading-edge products and services to businesses worldwide with regards to the dynamic market of geographic information systems.


Media Contact:
Bryson Hale