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ProStar Announces Trimble Integration Of PointMan For Apple iOS

ProStar Announces Trimble Integration Of PointMan For Apple iOS

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BOULDER, Colo. (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ProStar Holdings Inc. (“ProStar®” or “the Company”) (TSXV: MAPS) (OTCQX: MAPPF) (FSE: 5D00), a world leader in Precision Mapping Solutions®, is pleased to announce that it has successfully completed the Trimble GPS/GNSS receiver integration of its flagship product PointMan for Apple iOS.

“We are excited to support ProStar’s PointMan running on iOS devices for our wide range of GPS/GNSS receivers, including our newest receiver, the Catalyst DA2,” stated Stephanie Machaud, Strategic Marketing Manager. “The new DA2 is powered by Trimble ProPoint™ GNSS technology and at 12 OZ, it is the smallest, lightest, and most precise GNSS receiver that we have ever developed and provides for a powerful data collection solution with ProStar’s PointMan. Combining PointMan with Trimble’s DA2 catalyst provides a precise and comprehensive data collection solution to capture, record, and display the precise location of critical underground infrastructure.

Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) and ProStar are engaged in a business partnership allowing the Company full access to the Trimble GPS/GNSS receivers and Trimble Software Development Kit (SDK). The partnership allows ProStar to integrate its flagship mobile solution PointMan with Trimble’s wide range of precision GPS/GNSS receivers, including the new Trimble Catalyst DA2. With this recent Trimble SDK release, PointMan now supports Trimble receivers for mobile devices running Google Android operating system and Apple iOS including, the DA2, R2, R12/I, and R1. PointMan iOS is now available on the Apple Store.

“We worked very closely with Trimble’s software development team in order to complete the integration of PointMan with Trimble’s GPS/GNSS receivers supporting Apple’s iOS,” stated Vasa Dasan, ProStar’s COO. “This development adds significant value and flexibility to our Trimble partnership as it provides the ability to support Trimble clients that have chosen the Android operating system as well as those that prefer Apple as their device of choice.