We specialize  in data collection mobile applications where users can collect, share and visualize geographical tagged data in real-time. Our mobile applications enables you to have media enriched geographical information from any place and any time. With only a few minutes in the field you are able to populate data into a map layer in real time, analyze, share and publish your newly collected data. The teams we mostly support and develop for are rural health care, NGOs, industrial inspections, market research and international development.

This portfolio shows some of the projects we have done for mobile applications.

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Water Quality Android App

UN-Habitat has been a client of Upande for several years. The latest work we are rounding off for them is an updated h2.0 platform, soon to be upgraded to Besides an updated Content Management System (CMS) we will be pushing two new Google Fusion Tables based dashboards, as well as a Water Quality Android App. 

Human Sensor Web

The Human Sensor Web (HSW) is pioneered by a consortium of three partners: the Faculty of GeoInformation Science and Earth Observation of the University of Twente, Twente Institute of Mobile Communications and the 52North. Geospatial Open Source Software GmbH. Originally developed through the h2.0 consortium.

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Here is what our clients say

"Upande is well known globally for their cutting edge technological solutions to common problems. They have seamlessly integrated map overlay data on schools, restaurants, banks into our real estate platform. Their world class standard is evident in all their work and they don't stop until they have delivered what was envisaged at the onset. I would highly recommend them to anyone keen not to get the best of what is currently available."

Jesse de Blois,

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