Mappt News September 2015

Cyclone path screenshot

Revamped licences, lecturing Dutch students and travelling to WA’s largest agricultural event


Mappt Lectures at University of Twente

Last month, our Mappt Evangelist Alistair Hart lectured the students and staff from University of Twente in the Netherlands. Alistair reviewed the deployments of geospatial technology in disaster management, highlighting the problems addressed, solutions identified and the successes and failures along the way.
Netherlands Australian cyclone

Revamped Licence Tiers

We want you to make the most of Mappt’s standard and pro features, so we have updated our licence tiers. To check the tools now available on your current plan, head to the Mappt website and scroll down to the features table. Or visit the Google Play Store to upgrade to standard or pro licences.


Dowerin Field Days

26th – 27th August, Dowerin, WA

dowerin field trail

At the end of August, Mappt drove up through the Perth hills to attend the 51st Dowerin Field Days Exhibition. This is WA’s largest agricultural event, and this year a record number of exhibitors showcased the latest farming equipment and machinery to over 23,000 visitors! We went along to check out the tech tent…


Project Geospatial Interview

Have you heard how the idea of Mappt came about? Watch our CEO tell Project Geospatial at GEOINT Symposium how our mobile mapping application was born, and what makes it unique to other GIS apps. 


Drop Down Forms

Drop down forms are used in the attributes feature to create a list of options to choose from when recording data. This cuts down the repetitive task, reduces human error, and gives you consistent information faster.


Amita Bajaj


We have just welcomed our latest developer to Takor, Amita Bajaj. After completing her degree in Computer Science at Panjab University in India, Amita then obtained a Master of Computer Applications and a Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications. Since then she has built a wide range of applications. We’re thrilled to have her skills on board!


Wars of nations are fought to change maps. But wars of poverty are fought to map change.” 

– Muhammad Ali


Mappt supports Women in Tech WA!

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