Pleasanton, CA – August 15, 2013 – Cogent3D, Inc. has completed internal trials of a Pavement Assessment forms template for the iGeoTrak iPad and iPhone (iOS) software.

iGeoTrak, available in the App Store, allows users to deploy a tablet device in the field and interact with the geographic distributed assets they are responsible for by using an intuitive map and forms interface. Each pole, street segment, culvert or parcel can be selected by touching the screen, a form selector then allows instant documentation to be associated with the selected item. Geographic data and forms data entry is completely accessible even when internet connectivity is not available.

“Form templates, like the Pavement Assessment, are used to accelerate deployment of our iGeoTrak technology”, stated Rob Wood, Cogent3D, Inc. Sales and Marketing VP. “Our users can upload forms templates and be configured for targeted data collection projects in a matter of minutes”, he continued. The Pavement Assessment template is based on the AASHTO protocol. An included system administration tool allows users to easily create their own forms as well as import and export GIS data.

About iGeoTrak

iGeoTrak ensures that critical decision support data is always at hand. The solution runs natively on mobile tablet devices and works with or without internet connectivity. The product line was first prototyped 10 years ago and is managed and supported by our Tucson based engineering team. iGeoTrak remains at the forefront of mobile field data management solutions in the mobile GIS sector and has been engineered to scale to multiple users responsible for thousands of assets. iGeoTrak can be used for forms based data entry for functions such as punch lists, inspections, compliance auditing, project planning, work scheduling, time tracking and many other data capture requirements in construction, mining, energy, municipal infrastructure, private infrastructure and utilities management. More information about iGeoTrak capabilities can be found at or by visiting

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