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Case Study

Case Study
Spike and ArcGIS Online Saved the City More than $200,000 - The Zoning Team with the City of Winston-Salem was able to cut costs significantly on their signage inventory project by replacing costly land surveyors with Spike, a smart laser measurement solution. They used Spike's photo measurement cap...

Spike is a smart laser measurement with many applications, including disaster response. With Spike, you can measure and locate damages from a safe distance, simply by taking a photo with your smartphone or tablet. JS Held, a multi-disciplinary national and international construction consulting firm,...


Spike allows you to measure objects, such as buildings, facilities or assets, simply by capturing a photo from your Smartphone or Tablet. From that photo you can measure height, width, area, length, and cutout area. In addition, you can quickly and safely capture a target’s location, your location...


Collecting fast, safe and accurate measurements while in the field is a necessary and important task that all local governments face. For Carbon County, Utah, their GIS and Road Departments recently witnessed huge improvements in their field data collection processes when they started using Collecto...

Read how Esri Broomfield's building operations went from guesstimation to photo verifiable measurements with Spike.


All photos and measurements captured with Spike, a smart laser measurement solution, are seamlessly integrated with Esri’s Survey123 for ArcGIS. Check out the common field applications and projects as we demonstrate the uses of Spike’s Target Distance, Target Location, and Point-to-Point Measurement...

This video tutorial walks you through tips for measuring multi-story structures successfully with your Spike.

This video tutorial walks you through the top three tips for measuring successfully with your Spike.