Ditch the Two-Fisted Tango: One-Handed Geospatial Magic with Bad Elf and Your Phone
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Data collection dance-off? Not anymore. Ditch the awkward, two-handed grip with your Bad Elf Flex Mini and Universal Paddle Mount. This dynamic duo clips right onto your trusty phone or tablet, transforming it into a one-handed geospatial powerhouse.
Picture this: Right hand confidently wielding your device, left hand free to conquer the field. No more juggling GPS and phone, no more balancing acts on uneven terrain. Just pure, liberating data collection bliss. Watch this video to learn more: Attaching the Universal Paddle Mount to your Device - Bad Elf Flex Mini How-To
Imagine the possibilities:
- Snap photos with your free hand for instant reference, documenting landmarks or anomalies on the fly.
- Take notes while you map, capturing crucial details instantly, no more fumbling for a notepad.
- Navigate the wilderness with ease, checking coordinates and marking waypoints without breaking stride.
It's streamlined geospatial gold, all held comfortably in one hand. Think of it as cutting the cord on data collection – no more tangled wires, no more awkward grips, just you and your device, dancing through the field with newfound freedom.
And speaking of dancing, the Bad Elf Universal Paddle Mount is a true chameleon. It pivots, it adjusts, it bends to your will, fitting any phone or tablet size you throw at it. It's like a geospatial Swiss Army Knife, ready to adapt to any terrain, any task.
So, ditch the clunky, the awkward, the two-handed tango. Embrace the future of data collection with Bad Elf and the Universal Paddle Mount. It's not just an accessory, it's a game changer.Ready to take your geospatial game to the next level? Visit Bad Elf today and unleash the one-handed data collection hero within!
Dr. Smilovsky is the Geospatial Solutions Director for Bad Elf, a GNSS technologies company. Dr S is a faculty member at Arizona State University teaching various GIS and design classes. He is a certified Geographic Information Systems Professional, a certified Arborist, and a Part 107 certified UAV pilot. As a geospatial evangelist, custom geospatial solutions provider, and geographic researcher Dr. S is widely versed in all things geodetic. He is a proud Geoholic!