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Advances in mobile data collection: Nokia Data Gathering 4.04

Dourado, which means gold in Portuguese is the standard to which all data gathering tools aspire. Locally in the Amazon Basin the Dourado is known as one of the largest freshwater fish being brave, compulsive and an ambush hunter which makes it a dream fish for many anglers and fully deserving of its title 'King of the River'. During their spawning season which occurs in spring and early summer, they leap spectacularly out of the water to avoid rapids and obstacles until they reach the headwaters where the males and females swim side by side until the eggs are released. The eggs are then scattered by the current and its every fish for himself!..

We have been hard at work developing and improving the Nokia Data Gathering solution, and will be launching an exciting new version in May 2012. The Nokia Data Gathering 4.04 (Dazzling Dourado) release will include bug fixes and new features on the Java mobile client, as well as a brand new Nokia Data Gathering server and user interface. We will also be launching the first Windows Phone client of Nokia Data Gathering.

Come discover and try out Nokia Data Gathering 4.04! On 16 May 2012, the Nokia Data Gathering team will be at Seton Hall University to tell you all about the new Nokia Data Gathering 4.04 server, the new Windows Phone mobile app, mobile data collection case studies from around the world, and to give you a chance to try out Nokia Data Gathering 4.04 for yourself.

Please join us!

Event Nokia Data Gathering 4.04 workshop
Date Wednesday, 16 May 2012
Time 09:00-12:00 AM
Place Seton Hall University, 400 South Orange Avenue, South Orange, NJ 07079, USA
Room Beck Rooms A, B, and C (Ground Floor of Walsh Library)

Nokia Data Gathering 4.04 is the result of a collaborative effort between Nokia, the Center for Mobile Research and Innovation at Seton Hall University and Microsoft. Learn more at http://projects.developer.nokia.com/ndg/

For more information about the workshop and/or Nokia Data Gathering, please contact kulsoom.ally 'at' nokia.com

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