U.S. hardware manufacturer creates Uinta Mapping and Data Collection Software to pair with popular rugged devices for a total solution

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Hassle-free data collection now available on Windows 10 

 Logan, UT – Juniper Systems is excited to introduce Uinta Mapping and Data Collection Software. Uinta is a powerful hassle-free data collection software built with end-users in mind. Uinta’s data collection tools include detailed mapping with points, lines, areas, as well as form-based notes for digital recordkeeping. Uinta also includes a high level of customization specific to any organization’s data collection needs.

 

“We set out to create an easy to use and customizable data collection software,” said Trevor Brown, Business Development Manager at Juniper Systems. “We wanted to make sure that users could be trained in just a few minutes and that organizations could customize the software to better reflect the data they are capturing.”

 

Uinta’s customization options allow organizations to create templates that better align with the type of data they are mapping and recording. Templates are easily shared among users and Juniper Systems has many templates already prepared for various industries and use cases. Industries currently using Uinta include utility mapping, government asset management and mapping, industrial assets, irrigation, and sectors within natural resources.

Uinta’s top features include:

  • Efficient Data Capture
  • Replace paper forms with efficient electronic data entry forms, for use with or without maps
  • Professional Mapping
  • Quickly map points, lines, and areas. High-accuracy mapping supported
  • Customizable
  • Create custom project templates so field-collected data reflects your job(s)
  • User-friendly
  • A simple interface allows users to be trained and collecting data in minutes
  • Sharable
  • Export data to a file, print professional PDF map reports, and create optional cloud projects
  • Free & Live Support
  • Get a jump start on projects with help from Juniper Systems' in-house customer success team

Combined with a Mesa 3 Rugged Tablet running Windows 10 and a Geode Sub-meter GPS Receiver, Uinta offers a rugged, robust, and powerful data collection solution. Uinta is available on the Windows 10 operating system and licenses are now available for purchase. Visit the Uinta webpage here or read more on our blog here.

 

About Juniper Systems

Founded in 1993, Juniper Systems, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of ultra-rugged tablets, handheld computers, GPS receivers, and field computing solutions. Professionals utilize Juniper Systems’ innovative mobile computers in natural resources, utilities and public services, geospatial, agriculture, industrial, and military markets. In addition, the company’s HarvestMaster brand makes solutions for agricultural applications.

Juniper Systems is based in Logan, UT, and employs more than 160 people. It was twice recognized as one of the fastest-growing companies in the Beehive State and honored with awards for best compensation, work-life balance, and employee happiness among small and mid-sized U.S. companies by business research firm Comparably.

Visit us online at www.junipersys.com.

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Sarah Merrell

Product Marketing Specialist

(435) 753-1881

sarah.merrell@junipersys.com 

 

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