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5/10/18
geodi , sector , partners
As DECE, We Continue to Opening to The World. Now India ...

As DECE Software, based on our success that we have in Turkey, we have decided to move forward and opening to the other countries too. As we had already some other country partnerships before, now we are opening to India with the Horizon Group which is a well established and professional organization in India. We have agreed on 9 May 2018...

Daha Fazla

As DECE Software, based on our success that we have in Turkey, we have decided to move forward and opening to the other countries too. As we had already some other country partnerships before, now we are opening to India with the Horizon Group which is a well established and professional organization in India. We have agreed on 9 May 2018, Horizon Group will be responsible for sales and represents DECE products in India. They especially will focus on public sectors, municipalities and private companies with our GEODI and MOBIDI platform solutions.

Our partner authorities in the Horizon company shared as DECE solutions such as automated municipality platforms would be a huge success in India too. There is a huge potential and we will focus on the future potential implementations and market reach with the Horizon Group.

31/5/18
geodi , sector , partners
DECE and Conscius Agreed Partnership on Croatia

DECE software is creating more international partnerships and now Croatia is the new focus area. DECE and Conscius agreed on official partnership on 30 May 2018 and Conscius will be the responsible organization for marketing and sales in Croatia for DECE Software solutions.

Daha Fazla

DECE software is creating more international partnerships and now Croatia is the new focus area. DECE and Conscius agreed on official partnership on 30 May 2018 and Conscius will be the responsible organization for marketing and sales in Croatia for DECE Software solutions.

DECE is a Software House working on Big Data and Geographical Information Systems. The flagship product GEODI is a unique synthesis of an ECM and a GIS that directly works on unstructured data. DECE products offer practical and sustainable solutions to problems which are generally expensive and hard to solve.

We wish Conscius a big success in Croatia.

31/3/17
mobidi , promotion
Tepe Servis: Happier with MOBIDI

Hundreds of people make transactions at bank ATMs (cash machines) every day. But do you know who cleans them and how?

Daha Fazla

Hundreds of people make transactions at bank ATMs (cash machines) every day. But do you know who cleans them and how?

 

A number of large banks work with Tepe Servis to make sure that their ATMs are clean. As one of our country’s distinguished firms, Tepe Servis has a large staff operating in the field to carry out this work. In order to facilitate its ATM cleaning services, Tepe Servis has chosen DECE software and MOBIDI.

 

Tepe Servis is now managing this large operation with the MOBIDI application. It receives reports automatically and shares them with the banks online.

 

Before this project started, monthly cleaning plans were only made roughly, and implementing them was left mainly to the personnel working in the field. It was difficult to follow the number of cleaning jobs done, or to know whether certain ATMs had been visited or not. Generating the detailed reports demanded by the banks was far from easy.

 

Through the MOBIDI solution:

 

  • The documentation of the work done in the field is ensured. The teams photograph the cash machines before and after cleaning using the MOBIDI application that they have loaded onto their own phones.

 

  • ATM and journey plans produced with the help of the planning software that we have developed based on MOBIDI have enabled each team to reduce the total length of its journeys by between 200 and 400 kilometres per month, with a corresponding saving in time.

 

 

  • Banks have been provided with online access to the reports generated by MOBIDI Office. As well as containing information about which teams visited which cash machines when, these reports indicate the degree of deviation from the original plans.

Tepe Servis Regional Manager Tolga Türkeroğlu had this to say:

“One of the areas is which we provide professional services is the cleaning of ATMs... The software solutions have ensured that our work on the ground is documented. Our team members photograph the bank ATMs very practically before and after cleaning, making use of the MOBIDI application which they download onto their own phones. The banks which we serve have been provided with online access to the reports that are generated. These reports show all the details of our teams, their timing and their locations. In addition, substantial time and cost savings have been achieved using the route planning feature. We can now keep track of our field operations much more easily and effectively.

3/2/17
geodi
GEODI 5 is released!

We remain fully committed to continuously developing the GEODI. GEODI 4.0 was released at July 2016. Now, after six months, we are proud to announce GEODI 5 with many great features.

Daha Fazla

We remain fully committed to continuously developing the GEODI. GEODI 4.0 was released at July 2016. Now, after six months, we are proud to announce GEODI 5 with many great features.

The 30 Days trial period was insufficient. We have changed the trial period from 30 consecutive days to a total 25 days. Those who have already downloaded the trial version will be upgraded automatically and will benefit from the improved terms.Following intensive demand from our users in Legal Sector, GEODI now reads and displays UDF files used in Turkish NATIONAL JUDICIARY INFORMATICS SYSTEM (UYAP)The GEODI map has a lovely new feature which dynamically shows the summaries below the map as you navigate through the map. Take a look at the public projects on dece.com.tr for the feature.GEODI now displays the Shape files like DWG, DGN and DXF files. Taking notes and mobile view is possible for Shape files too.GEODI has now a new recognizer named “Geographical Border Recognizer”. As you know, the Recognizers are the smartest parts of the GEODI. The Geographical Border Recognizer is also very smart and calculates "the boundary" of the CAD or GIS files like Shape, DWG, DGN, NCZ, DRE or GeoTIF. So hundreds or hundreds of thousands of spatial documents are shown on the map. Query them from spatially or from the content. Geographical Border Recognizer is a smart way to build a Geographical Archive.“Map Sheet Recognizer” is also new and recognizes STP/Nato Map Sheet naming conventions and calculates the boundary. MGRS coordinates are also recognized by this.“Directed Graph View” is a new option among GEODI’s search views. “Directed Graph View” shows the relations between keywords and documents. It is a very valuable instrument for those who want to see The Big Picture. Law Professionals, Analysts, CEOs, Researchers, İntelligence Officials, Financial Advisers and many other definitely finds it useful.

Enjoy GEODI 5!

Please watch our video:

For more details : https://www.dece.com.tr/en/products/geodi

For trial version : https://www.dece.com.tr/en/download

29/11/16
promotion
DECE Software participated to Urban Expo Euroasia Fair in Istanbul

Urban Expo Euroasia Fair held in Tüyap Fairs and Congress Center in Istanbul between 24-27 November. As DECE Software, we participated to fair with our stand. Mr. Ekrem Imamoglu, ...

Daha Fazla

Urban Expo Euroasia Fair held in Tüyap Fairs and Congress Center in Istanbul between 24-27 November. As DECE Software, we participated to fair with our stand. Mr. Ekrem Imamoglu, Major of the Beylikduzu Municipality, visited our stand and had information about our software products. DECE Software Channel Sales Manager, Mr. Alper Cevik, presented "Enterprise Search with GEODI" presentation at the third day of the fair at event area.

10/11/16
geodi
History and Geography come together with GEODI

DECE Software has transferred Atatürk’s famous work Nutuk (The Speech) and Ottoman History onto an online map for the first time in Turkey using its own smart search engine ...

Daha Fazla

DECE Software has transferred Atatürk’s famous work Nutuk (The Speech) and Ottoman History onto an online map for the first time in Turkey using its own smart search engine GEODI. As a result, it is now possible to access this historical information in a completely new way.

GEODI was developed entirely by Turkish software engineers following three years of R&D work by DECE Software, a firm located in Ankara Cyberpark.

A map-supported smart search engine, GEODI is used by municipalities, public enterprises, private sector firms and universities. GEODI provides access from a single point to unstructured data such as office documents like Word, Excel and PDF, CAD files, web sites, emails, data collected from social media and data from the field. It is these features that have enabled it to bring history and geography together.

The Founding Adventure of the Turkish Republic is now on the Map

DECE Software has transferred Nutuk (The Speech), the immortal work of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, onto an online map in a special commission commemorating the anniversary of Ataturk’s death on November 10th. The names of all the provinces, towns and persons referenced in the 510 pages of the discourse can be viewed one by one. Searches can also be made of the contents. For example, when you click on the province of Samsun or the district of Havza on the map, you are taken directly to the pages in which contents about those places are included in Nutuk. Similar searches can be conducted for the names of persons mentioned in the Nutuk. Results can also be found and accessed for any other kind of content you may wish to search for. For example, when you run a search for the term “Greek”, the map responds accordingly, displaying mostly settlements in the Aegean region.

Ottoman History Transferred onto the Map

Serdar Ak, CEO of DECE Software, notes that in addition to the Nutuk project, a number of historical documents about Ottoman history have been scanned with GEODI and made into a sample project. If all the resources in the archives of related government agencies and universities were scanned using GEODI, all of Ottoman History would be resurrected on the map together with all related events. CEO Ak underlined that the relations between historical events and spatial information would come very clearly into focus in this way.

 

DECE Software CEO Serdar Ak said of the project: “Teachers usually use atlases to teach history and geography, because viewing historical events and geographical conditions on maps, to understand their positional relations with each other, has always been much clearer and catchier. GEODI produces maps from spatial information. It also identifies dates, names of states and persons, geographical terms and similar items, and links them to locations. When you make a query with any criterion, only the related locations remain visible on the map. All you have to do is to input your documents and to define any special terms you are interested in.”

Indicating that the software is an ideal tool for researchers, academics, students and lovers of history and geography, Ak said “GEODI has the search capacity to find your search results from thousands of pages of history books and to display them on maps in seconds.”

For GEODI, the concept of the map is very comprehensive, Serdar Ak explained. “Sometimes you use a real map to access information and documents; sometimes the map can be a photograph of an aircraft, for example, or a visual of the human body for an anatomy lesson. We have also prepared special projects along these lines and provided access to them via our website for those who are interested.”

Related Links:

To view the projects mentioned above: http://www.dece.com.tr/en/projeler

Video: GEODI in History and Geography (the Nutuk example)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNrU0uKC-TU

9/11/16
mobidi , geodi , municipality
DECE Software makes a mark at the Smart Municipality Summit

DECE presented GEODI and MOBIDI, its innovative and unique solutions for municipalities, at the Smart Municipality Summit organized by the Marmara Municipalities Union in İstanbul on November 7th-8th. Throughout ...

Daha Fazla

DECE presented GEODI and MOBIDI, its innovative and unique solutions for municipalities, at the Smart Municipality Summit organized by the Marmara Municipalities Union in İstanbul on November 7th-8th. Throughout the fair, many mayors, sector representatives and participants showed a great interest in the DECE stand.

Among those honouring the DECE stand and obtaining information about our products were; Marmara Municipalities Union President and Bursa Metropolitan Mayor Recep Altepe, Mayor of Eyüp district Remzi  Aydın, Mayor of Sarıyer district Şükrü Genç, Mayor of Lüleburgaz district Emin Halebak, Mayor of Orhangazi district Neşet Çağlayan, and Deputy Mayor of Fatih district Okan Erhan Oflaz.

18/10/16
geodi
Free Traveller discovers the World with DECE Software support

Traveller and social media phenomenon Mehmet Genç, who is currently touring South America, has received sponsorship from DECE Software. The firm has also provided the lone hiker and photographer ...

Daha Fazla

Traveller and social media phenomenon Mehmet Genç, who is currently touring South America, has received sponsorship from DECE Software. The firm has also provided the lone hiker and photographer with software support, transferring his travel notes onto an interactive map using its innovative GEODI programme. In addition, GEODI has become the lead sponsor for the book ‘Rotasız Seyyah Yol Hikayeleri’ (‘Tales of a Free Traveller’). 

Young backpacker Mehmet Genç has become a social media phenomenon with his explorations of more than 40 countries on three continents. Better known as the ‘Rotasız Seyyah’, or ‘Free Traveller’ (literally ‘Voyager without Route’), his website and social media sites are widely followed. Since December 2014, he has been wandering Central and South America. Now he has received fresh institutional backing from DECE Software that will help him to continue his voyages and keep reaching his many fans.

First and foremost, DECE Software is providing software support. The original software programme GEODI, developed by DECE, has been used to transfer Genç’s travels onto an interactive map. It will now be possible to access all the travel notes and photographs on the Free Traveller’s website directly from this map. DECE will also provide regular financial support to enable Genç to embark on new projects and contact even more indigenous tribes.

Accessing content from maps

“We are delighted to be supporting this young traveller of ours who has set out to discover the World,” says DECE Software General Manager Serdar Ak. “Like us, he has come up with an original and creative project, and we are very excited about working with him. We are also planning to support the printing of ‘Tales of a Free Traveller’, the book that everybody is waiting for right now. We look forward to continuing our cooperation for as long as this free spirit is still on his travels.”

DECE Software produces innovative solutions in the areas of geographical information systems, big data and locational technologies. Ak explains: “One of our solutions is the map-supported institutional search engine GEODI. With this programme, we can offer the traveller’s fans a new way of viewing his travel notes. Using the map will be a very practical and enjoyable way of accessing his fascinating accounts.”

See the map on www.rotasizseyyah.com/harita

Sponsor of the book

Mehmet Genç’s eagerly-awaited book ‘Tales of a Free Traveller’ is to be published shortly by Ephesus Publications. It will feature sixty of the extraordinary incidents that have befallen itinerant Genç on his expeditions around the World. With substantial support from GEODI as its lead sponsor, it will be able to reach a wider audience, while the GEODI logo wıll appear on the back cover.

New projects on the way

Genç himself had this to say about the new sponsorship arrangement:

“I am trying to visit many more native groups in Central and South America. I am currently still travelling in the Amazon with this intention. I expect to go on like this for many years to come. However, special journeys like this are expensive. It’s not like touring a city. This is precisely where the support of my sponsors comes in. For this reason, I would like to thank DECE Software once again. The support which the company has extended to my projects has made it easier for me to visit indigenous peoples and pursue my other extreme projects.”

Locals and people

It was in 2010 that Genç quit his regular job and began to work as a professional photographer. “Gradually I started to travel the globe,” he recalls. “And as I visited one country after another, I realised that I was not satisfied with just travelling around in the usual way.  Then, on my journey to Mexico, I came across the Maya and Tarahumara natives. The natives and the people have been the main theme of my wanderings ever since. I have visited nine different indigenous groups since then. In most cases I have shared their lives, if only for a short period. I have observed their cultures, experienced their lives at first hand, without any touristic attractions, eaten with them and even taken part in some of their special religious ceremonies. Without a doubt, these moments have always been the highlights of my journeys.”

From Samsun to South America

Mehmet Genç was born in Samsun in 1982. After graduating from the Electronics Department of the May 19 University, he worked in Istanbul in the information technology sector. In 2010 he resigned from the company where he was working and started to travel the World. So far, he has toured more than 40 countries on three continents. On his latest journey, which has been continuing since December 2014, he has been exploring Central and South America. At present, he is in Venezuela. The future goals of the Free Traveller include making a trip to Antarctica, climbing Everest and several other mountains with peaks more than 8,000 metres above sea level, crossing the entire Amazon region by river, and paying visits to the indigenous peoples of many other countries.

An Internet phenomenon

The website www.rotasizseyyah.com is one of Turkey’s most popular websites. As of September 2016, the ‘Free Traveller’ had more than 160,000 followers on Facebook and 80,000 on Instagram. The first legs of his latest trip were financed with the help of donations from his online following. Now that he has received official sponsorship from Canon, Columbia and DECE Software, the popular explorer is no longer accepting individual donations.