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Dataforensics, developer of geotechnical and geoenvironmental data management solutions, announces that a major update for pLog Tablet is now available for immediate download from the Google Play store.
This latest update of pLog Tablet enhances usability by adding the following features:
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DATAFORENSICS IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE NEXT EVOLUTION IN GEOTECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD DATA COLLECTION – pLog Tablet.
Norcross, Georgia, January 2014 – Dataforensics, developer of geotechnical and geoenvironmental data management solutions, announces that pLog Tablet for Android is now available for immediate download from the Google Play store.
The evolution of pLog now allows users a new range of hardware options for field data collection, furthering the digital data collection model that Dataforensics has been a proponent of from the inception of the company 10 years ago.
This iteration of pLog greatly enhances usability by allowing users to leverage new hardware options with bigger screen sizes, faster processors, greater storage capacity, integrated GPS, and real time data sharing. (*Availability of cellular network as well as WIFI connections will determine real time capabilities).
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