Juniper Uinta Data Collection Software

Uinta mapping and form data collection software from Juniper Systems offers an affordable and easy-to-use alternative to GIS mapping software.

Features

  • Replace paper forms with efficient electronic data entry forms, for use with or without maps
  • Quickly map points, lines, and areas. High-accuracy mapping supported
  • Create custom project templates so field-collected data reflects your job(s)
Starting At $500.00
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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
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 your project with help from Juniper Systems' in-house customer success team

License supports use on two Windows 10 devices. Example: (1) Mesa 3 Rugged Tablet and (1) Office desktop or laptop. Includes all software updates, free phone and email technical assistance, access to all custom project templates.

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