Method and system for mobile structured collection of data and images
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The present invention is a method for improving functionality of a smart device to perform mobile structured collection and transformation of data includes instantiating an ATAK Session Object having multiple Session ObjectAttributes including a geo-specific location attribute having a geo-specific location attribute value. The method then updates the geospecific location attribute of the ATAK Session Object to reflect a geo-specific location and links an Image Object with the ATAK Session Object to create a Linked ATAK Image Object. Next, the method instantiates an Observational Record Object (ORO) having an ORO attribute value reflecting an observation instance at the geo-specific location. Finally, the method creates a Linked 0 RO by linking the 0 RO with the LinkedATAK Image Object. The present invention also includes an apparatus and system for performing the above method.
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