Spike: The indispensable estimation solution

Bringing measurements within reach

More than 5,000 sign shops and 50,000 construction professionals, as well as state and local government agencies, use ikeGPS mobile products to measure projects faster and easier, while saving money.

Spike allows you to measure an object simply by taking a photo with your smartphone or tablet. From that photo, you can capture real-time measurements including areas, elevations, distances between two points, and GPS/GNSS location.

The Spike laser device, Spike mobile app, Spike Cloud and your smartphone or tablet work together to bring measurements within reach.

 

About Spike

 

Spike is a smart laser measurement solution for all types of industries and professional use, and brings new functionality to your smartphone or tablet by turning it into a powerful measurement solution. With Spike, professionals can save valuable time and money, measure from a safe distance, and access hard to reach areas all by taking a photo.

Spike allows you to measure and locate an object simply by taking a photo with your smartphone or tablet. From that photo, you can capture real-time measurements including areas, elevations, distances between two points, and GPS location.

The Spike laser device works with both Apple iOS and Google Android smartphones and tablets, and is available with three different mounting options. The Spike laser device pairs with your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. Spike’s laser rangefinder works together with your smartphone or tablet’s camera, GPS, compass, and Internet connection.

Spike gives you the flexibility to measure from the Spike mobile app or Spike Cloud. The Spike Cloud allows you to view, measure, export, and share your Spike photos and measurements from your desktop. The Spike Cloud offers premium features, such as export options for compatibility with third-party design and CAD packages, adding notes to images, and advanced folder organization.

Spike also supports design, architecture, engineering, construction, and GIS software, including Collector for ArcGIS, Survey123 for ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Revit, ARCHICAD, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, and Flexi.

“Since using Spike, we’ve increased our speed in the field and can turn over surveys much faster. We don’t have to wait for a boom truck or take our guys off profitable jobs to conduct a site survey. I would say in the past six months that Spike has saved us hundreds of hours and paid for itself many times over.”
-Ryan, YESCO branch manager for St. George, Utah

Key Features

We collected data on 322 signs in Nine Mile Canyon without any service. Once we were back in-range, all the data was there. What used to take us six months to collect, now only takes us weeks.”

– Daniel, Road Shop Supervisor with Carbon County, Utah

Spike mobile app

Photo Measure: real-time measurements from a photo

With Spike, your time to measure an object is reduced to minutes. Simply take a photo of the object you want to measure, such as a building or wall, using the Spike app and your smartphone or tablet. From that photo, capture measurements instantly including areas, heights, widths, and lengths. Photos can be measured using the Spike mobile app or Cloud. You can access your photos at any time to remeasure, eliminating the need to return to the location for additional measurements.

Spike’s photo measurement capability allows you to measure hard-to-reach objects that would have otherwise required additional equipment, labor or tools. All it takes is one person to capture all the measurements you need, and while at a safe location and distance.

Point to PointPoint-to-Point: measure the distance between two objects

Measure the distance between two objects in seconds by capturing two photos. For example, to measure the distance between the side of a house and a nearby tree, a store front and a sign in the parking lot, the side of a highway and a light pole, a utility line and a tree or the ground up to the roof line of a house.

Simply aim Spike at the first object, such as the side of a house, and take a photo. Then, aim at your second object, such as a tree, and take a photo. Spike then calculates the distance between those two objects. In addition to the distance measurement, Spike also calculates the linear distance for vertical and horizontal measurements.

Spike cloudMeasure Remote Objects and Collect GPS/GNSS Location From A Distance

Replace expensive and complicated GPS handheld devices with Spike, and reduce field collection times. Quickly and safely capture a target’s location, your location, and a georeferenced image of the target, simply by taking a photo from a safe distance. Location data includes latitude, longitude, and altitude.

Data collected with Spike can be exported as a KMZ file or imported into GIS software, including Collector for ArcGIS and Survey123 for ArcGIS.

Spike cloudMeasure and Share Using the Spike Cloud

Spike gives you the flexibility to measure and share from the Spike mobile app or Spike Cloud. The Spike Cloud allows you to view, measure, export, and share your Spike photos and measurements from your desktop. While in the field, take a photo using the Spike app and your mobile device, then upload your photos to the Cloud to measure and report back at the office.

The Spike Cloud offers premium features, such as export options for compatibility with third-party design and CAD packages, adding notes to images, and advanced folder organization.

Spike exportsExport and share captured photos and measurements

All measurements are saved with the photo, and can be exported and shared with your team, colleagues or customers. Use the exported photo and measurements as photo verification for reports or estimates.

All measurements are saved with the photo, and can be exported and shared with your team, colleagues or customers. The Spike app and Spike Cloud allow you to select industry-standard export formats, including JPG, PDF, Spike file (XML), or KMZ.

Spike also supports design, architecture, engineering, construction, and GIS software, including Collector for ArcGIS, Survey123 for ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Revit, ARCHICAD, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, and Flexi.

Device and OS

Spike works with commercial Google Android and Apple iOS Smartphones and Tablets. To view a list of recommended devices that have gone through camera calibration procedure and provide the highest level of accuracy, visit the Spike Support Center.

Connectivity

The Spike device connects with your Smartphone or Tablet via Bluetooth. Your device must support BLUETOOTH 4.0 low energy technology.

Battery

The Spike device has an Internal Li-ion battery that is charged via a micro USB charging port (a USB cable is included in the box with Spike). Battery life is 4 hours of continuous use.

Laser

Spike’s eye safe laser rangefinder supports ranges between 6-650 feet (2-200 meters). The accuracy of Spike’s laser rangefinder is ± 5cm (2 in).

Accuracy

The accuracy of Spike’s laser rangefinder is ± 5cm (2in); the accuracy of Photo Measurements is ± 1%; and the accuracy of Point-to-Point Measurements is ± 3%. For additional information on optimal distances and positions, visit the Spike Support Center.

Units

Spike supports measurements in feet + inches, inches, meters, or centimeters. Unit settings may be changed at any time via the Spike app settings or Cloud settings.

Output Formats

Measurements are stored with the photo and can be shared as a PDF, JPG, Spike File (XML), or KMZ. For Android devices only, additional output includes HMTL. The Spike File is a compressed .ZIP file, which contains the Spike photos and XML file with measurement and location data.

Industries and ROI

 

Spike is a smart laser measurement solution for all types of industries and professional use, with a typical ROI of 3-5 uses. Learn more about Spike’s benefits for your industry below.

Spike works with Pronto Forms

Spike works with Pronto Forms

Spike works with Pronto Forms

Sign and Graphics

Spike is used by more than 4,000 signage professionals, and is the winner of the 2016 ISA International Sign Expo Innovation Award. Spike allows you to cut measurement and customer acquisition costs by more than 50%, and pays for itself in 3-5 site surveys. Spike also support the design process through integrations with Flexi, Adobe Illustrator, and CorelDRAW.

    • If you can keep service trucks busy on existing projects, you can save $200 per site survey just by using Spike for an estimate.
    • Spike’s Scaled Image export saves designers 30 minutes of time per project

Esri's Survey123 for ArcGIS®

Users of ArcGIS can now seamlessly integrate data captured with Spike into Survey123 for ArcGIS. Integrating Spike with Survey123 allows you to quickly and easily measure areas, heights, widths, and the offset location of the objects you need to document, simply by taking a photo with your smartphone or tablet, all within the Survey123 app.

  • Replace expensive and time-consuming field data collection processes and equipment with a solution geared for the novice user.
  • Spike provides a photo verifiable and authoritative record of the feature being measured, delivering increased confidence in field surveys and measurements.

Architecture

Save time and money on remodeling and renovation projects with Spike by using Spike’s photo measurements during site walks to complete your bids and estimates. Spike allows you to measure elevations, widths, and areas of commercial and residential projects.

      • Save significant time on your site walks by using Spike’s photo measurements to complete your bids and estimates.
      • Utilize Spike’s Photo Measurements as part of your day-to-day design work with AutoCAD, Revit and ARCHICAD and design to scale.

Government & GIS

Spike allows you to measure objects and collect GPS location from a distance, and can be used for all types of geospatial applications. Data collected with Spike can be imported into GIS software including Collector for ArcGIS® and Survey123 for ArcGIS®.

  • With Spike, you can capture 5x more geospatial data than commercial smartphones and tablets.
  • Replace expensive and complicated GPS handheld devices with Spike and get more of your staff into the field.
 
 
 

Introducing Spike

This video provides an overview to Spike’s capabilities, and demonstrates how you can use Spike to bring measurements within reach. Spike can be used by many industries and professionals to measure projects and assets faster and easier, while saving money – all by taking a photo!

Spike Stories with Gordon Sign

With its 111-year history, Denver-based Gordon Sign is the oldest sign company in Colorado. Follow along as Glenn, account executive and designer for Gordon Sign, uses Spike for site surveys, design mockups, estimates, and permit applications.

Spike Demo: Freestanding Sign

In this Spike video demonstration, sign and graphics professionals can see how a freestanding sign can be quickly and easily measured with Spike. With one photo, you can measure areas, lengths and heights.

Spike Demo: Using Spike with AutoCAD

In this Spike video demonstration, ikeGPS CTO Leon Toorenburg demonstrates how to use Spike with AutoCAD. Spike Cloud users can import a Scaled Image into AutoCAD, and then measure to scale using AutoCAD’s native tools. A Scaled Image is a 1:1 scaled and perspective corrected JPG that supports AutoCAD and Revit by Autodesk.

The following smartphones and tablets have gone through camera calibration procedure and provide the highest level of accuracy for capturing measurements from a photo… read more

Spike attaches to a smartphone with a quick-release clamp or to a tablet case with high-strength bonding tape. We recommend attaching your Spike to a hard tablet case with a flat back, and to metal or hard plastic surfaces… read more

Yes. A photo can be uploaded to the online, cloud-based Spike tools. By uploading a photo to the Spike Cloud, you can view, edit, measure, and download Spike photos using your browser… read more

If you are not satisfied with your Spike device, we will accept returns for refund if we are contacted within 30 days of the date that we shipped the Spike to you. Please contact our support team to arrange a return… contact us

Spike comes with a 2-year warranty for defects or workmanship issues. Please refer to our Terms of Sale for Warranty information… read more

Works With

 

Spike works with a growing list of software solutions across different industries. These integrations allow you to incorporate Spike photos and measurements into other mobile solutions that can change the way you conduct business.

Spike works with Esri

Esri is a global leader in geographic information system (GIS) and the maker of ArcGIS, a powerful mapping and analytics platform. Esri software is used by more than 350,000 organizations including the world’s largest cities, most national governments, 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies, and more than 7,000 colleges and universities.

All of the data collected with Spike can be imported into Collector for ArcGIS and Survey123 for ArcGIS while in the field or back at the office. When cataloging a feature or an asset, you can include the Spike photo with measurements so the full history with photos is easily accessible.

Spike works with Autodesk

Founded in 1982, over 200 million customers use Autodesk® software today. AutoCAD is their main software product for 2D and 3D design, and is used by more architects, engineering and construction (AEC) professionals globally than any other computer-aided design (CAD) package.

AEC professionals can save valuable time, money and hassle on remodeling and renovations projects by taking advantage of Spike’s integration with AutoCAD. You can utilize Spike’s Photo Measurements as part of your day-to-day design work with AutoCAD. Instead of manually entering measurements into your designs, you can measure while designing.

Spike works with Pronto Forms

SAi Flexi is the only all-in-one design, print and cut software for sign and print providers. With nearly 3 out of 4 shops using it, Flexi is the industry-standard for sign-specific design tools, RIP software, print-and-cut software, and direct vinyl cutting.

The integration between Spike and Flexi enables Flexi users to export a scaled image from the Spike Cloud and import it directly into the Flexi design software. The 1-to-1 scaled image removes several steps from the design process, enabling sign shops to much more quickly turnaround work estimates with design renderings.

Spike works with Pronto Forms

ProntoForms is a mobile forms platform that enables companies to mobilize business processes, increase productivity and eliminate the use of paper. You can capture data from the field using your iPhone or iPad and then share a report of the form with customers, team members or stakeholders – all in real time through a secured and managed cloud environment.

The integration between Spike and ProntoForms allows you to capture area and length measurements of an object, such as a wall or building, from a photo taken with Spike, and automatically embed the photo with the measurements into a mobile form. This allows you to include photo documentation with the other data captured in your forms, making it easy to quickly create custom estimates, work orders and reports for your business.

Spike works with Go Figure

With the Go Figure app for iPad, contractors can generate accurate stock lists, estimates and invoices all while on site with your customer. Using Go Figure with Spike, you can reduce your time to measure a house from hours to minutes, and increase the accuracy of your measurements and estimates.

Your customers will be impressed with the professionalism of Go Figure. Not only can you provide them with accurate measurements and photo documentation of the measurements, but you can turn around a detailed estimate faster, all from your iPad.

Spike works with Spex

Spex is a modern inspection platform for adjusters and contractors that facilitates more thorough inspections and better documentation, data and collaboration between those who work in the field, such as adjusters, inspectors, contractors, and those who work behind a desk, such as administrators and estimate writers.

Spike enables an inspector’s capabilities to increase on the job site, creating better, more transparent inspection documentation through quick and accurate measurements of a property. Adjusters can easily capture a photo of a property using Spike, take the necessary measurements, and then save the Spike photo and data within the Spex app. The photo and measurements can then be added to the report and estimate or remeasured for additional estimates.

Spike works with CosmosSync

With CosmosSync, you can securely deliver information back into your company’s business processes whether it’s a picture, a video, a vocal memo, a text note, or a scanned document you took on your mobile device. Automatically upload the files to folders, directly transmit the files to the right person in real time, and access your files at any time.

By using Spike with CosmosSync, you can easily share your Spike photos and measurements by syncing the exported files to your CosmosSync folders. This allows your team to see the results of your measurements, or to open and remeasure the Spike photo.

+ Introduction

About Spike

 

Spike is a smart laser measurement solution for all types of industries and professional use, and brings new functionality to your smartphone or tablet by turning it into a powerful measurement solution. With Spike, professionals can save valuable time and money, measure from a safe distance, and access hard to reach areas all by taking a photo.

Spike allows you to measure and locate an object simply by taking a photo with your smartphone or tablet. From that photo, you can capture real-time measurements including areas, elevations, distances between two points, and GPS location.

The Spike laser device works with both Apple iOS and Google Android smartphones and tablets, and is available with three different mounting options. The Spike laser device pairs with your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. Spike’s laser rangefinder works together with your smartphone or tablet’s camera, GPS, compass, and Internet connection.

Spike gives you the flexibility to measure from the Spike mobile app or Spike Cloud. The Spike Cloud allows you to view, measure, export, and share your Spike photos and measurements from your desktop. The Spike Cloud offers premium features, such as export options for compatibility with third-party design and CAD packages, adding notes to images, and advanced folder organization.

Spike also supports design, architecture, engineering, construction, and GIS software, including Collector for ArcGIS, Survey123 for ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Revit, ARCHICAD, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, and Flexi.

“Since using Spike, we’ve increased our speed in the field and can turn over surveys much faster. We don’t have to wait for a boom truck or take our guys off profitable jobs to conduct a site survey. I would say in the past six months that Spike has saved us hundreds of hours and paid for itself many times over.”
-Ryan, YESCO branch manager for St. George, Utah

+ Features

Key Features

We collected data on 322 signs in Nine Mile Canyon without any service. Once we were back in-range, all the data was there. What used to take us six months to collect, now only takes us weeks.”

– Daniel, Road Shop Supervisor with Carbon County, Utah

Spike mobile app

Photo Measure: real-time measurements from a photo

With Spike, your time to measure an object is reduced to minutes. Simply take a photo of the object you want to measure, such as a building or wall, using the Spike app and your smartphone or tablet. From that photo, capture measurements instantly including areas, heights, widths, and lengths. Photos can be measured using the Spike mobile app or Cloud. You can access your photos at any time to remeasure, eliminating the need to return to the location for additional measurements.

Spike’s photo measurement capability allows you to measure hard-to-reach objects that would have otherwise required additional equipment, labor or tools. All it takes is one person to capture all the measurements you need, and while at a safe location and distance.

Point to PointPoint-to-Point: measure the distance between two objects

Measure the distance between two objects in seconds by capturing two photos. For example, to measure the distance between the side of a house and a nearby tree, a store front and a sign in the parking lot, the side of a highway and a light pole, a utility line and a tree or the ground up to the roof line of a house.

Simply aim Spike at the first object, such as the side of a house, and take a photo. Then, aim at your second object, such as a tree, and take a photo. Spike then calculates the distance between those two objects. In addition to the distance measurement, Spike also calculates the linear distance for vertical and horizontal measurements.

Spike cloudMeasure Remote Objects and Collect GPS/GNSS Location From A Distance

Replace expensive and complicated GPS handheld devices with Spike, and reduce field collection times. Quickly and safely capture a target’s location, your location, and a georeferenced image of the target, simply by taking a photo from a safe distance. Location data includes latitude, longitude, and altitude.

Data collected with Spike can be exported as a KMZ file or imported into GIS software, including Collector for ArcGIS and Survey123 for ArcGIS.

Spike cloudMeasure and Share Using the Spike Cloud

Spike gives you the flexibility to measure and share from the Spike mobile app or Spike Cloud. The Spike Cloud allows you to view, measure, export, and share your Spike photos and measurements from your desktop. While in the field, take a photo using the Spike app and your mobile device, then upload your photos to the Cloud to measure and report back at the office.

The Spike Cloud offers premium features, such as export options for compatibility with third-party design and CAD packages, adding notes to images, and advanced folder organization.

Spike exportsExport and share captured photos and measurements

All measurements are saved with the photo, and can be exported and shared with your team, colleagues or customers. Use the exported photo and measurements as photo verification for reports or estimates.

All measurements are saved with the photo, and can be exported and shared with your team, colleagues or customers. The Spike app and Spike Cloud allow you to select industry-standard export formats, including JPG, PDF, Spike file (XML), or KMZ.

Spike also supports design, architecture, engineering, construction, and GIS software, including Collector for ArcGIS, Survey123 for ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Revit, ARCHICAD, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, and Flexi.

+ Specs

Device and OS

Spike works with commercial Google Android and Apple iOS Smartphones and Tablets. To view a list of recommended devices that have gone through camera calibration procedure and provide the highest level of accuracy, visit the Spike Support Center.

Connectivity

The Spike device connects with your Smartphone or Tablet via Bluetooth. Your device must support BLUETOOTH 4.0 low energy technology.

Battery

The Spike device has an Internal Li-ion battery that is charged via a micro USB charging port (a USB cable is included in the box with Spike). Battery life is 4 hours of continuous use.

Laser

Spike’s eye safe laser rangefinder supports ranges between 6-650 feet (2-200 meters). The accuracy of Spike’s laser rangefinder is ± 5cm (2 in).

Accuracy

The accuracy of Spike’s laser rangefinder is ± 5cm (2in); the accuracy of Photo Measurements is ± 1%; and the accuracy of Point-to-Point Measurements is ± 3%. For additional information on optimal distances and positions, visit the Spike Support Center.

Units

Spike supports measurements in feet + inches, inches, meters, or centimeters. Unit settings may be changed at any time via the Spike app settings or Cloud settings.

Output Formats

Measurements are stored with the photo and can be shared as a PDF, JPG, Spike File (XML), or KMZ. For Android devices only, additional output includes HMTL. The Spike File is a compressed .ZIP file, which contains the Spike photos and XML file with measurement and location data.

+ Industries and ROI

Industries and ROI

 

Spike is a smart laser measurement solution for all types of industries and professional use, with a typical ROI of 3-5 uses. Learn more about Spike’s benefits for your industry below.

Spike works with Pronto Forms

Spike works with Pronto Forms

Spike works with Pronto Forms

Sign and Graphics

Spike is used by more than 4,000 signage professionals, and is the winner of the 2016 ISA International Sign Expo Innovation Award. Spike allows you to cut measurement and customer acquisition costs by more than 50%, and pays for itself in 3-5 site surveys. Spike also support the design process through integrations with Flexi, Adobe Illustrator, and CorelDRAW.

    • If you can keep service trucks busy on existing projects, you can save $200 per site survey just by using Spike for an estimate.
    • Spike’s Scaled Image export saves designers 30 minutes of time per project

Esri's Survey123 for ArcGIS®

Users of ArcGIS can now seamlessly integrate data captured with Spike into Survey123 for ArcGIS. Integrating Spike with Survey123 allows you to quickly and easily measure areas, heights, widths, and the offset location of the objects you need to document, simply by taking a photo with your smartphone or tablet, all within the Survey123 app.

  • Replace expensive and time-consuming field data collection processes and equipment with a solution geared for the novice user.
  • Spike provides a photo verifiable and authoritative record of the feature being measured, delivering increased confidence in field surveys and measurements.

Architecture

Save time and money on remodeling and renovation projects with Spike by using Spike’s photo measurements during site walks to complete your bids and estimates. Spike allows you to measure elevations, widths, and areas of commercial and residential projects.

      • Save significant time on your site walks by using Spike’s photo measurements to complete your bids and estimates.
      • Utilize Spike’s Photo Measurements as part of your day-to-day design work with AutoCAD, Revit and ARCHICAD and design to scale.

Government & GIS

Spike allows you to measure objects and collect GPS location from a distance, and can be used for all types of geospatial applications. Data collected with Spike can be imported into GIS software including Collector for ArcGIS® and Survey123 for ArcGIS®.

  • With Spike, you can capture 5x more geospatial data than commercial smartphones and tablets.
  • Replace expensive and complicated GPS handheld devices with Spike and get more of your staff into the field.
+ Documentation
+ Videos
 
 
 

Introducing Spike

This video provides an overview to Spike’s capabilities, and demonstrates how you can use Spike to bring measurements within reach. Spike can be used by many industries and professionals to measure projects and assets faster and easier, while saving money – all by taking a photo!

Spike Stories with Gordon Sign

With its 111-year history, Denver-based Gordon Sign is the oldest sign company in Colorado. Follow along as Glenn, account executive and designer for Gordon Sign, uses Spike for site surveys, design mockups, estimates, and permit applications.

Spike Demo: Freestanding Sign

In this Spike video demonstration, sign and graphics professionals can see how a freestanding sign can be quickly and easily measured with Spike. With one photo, you can measure areas, lengths and heights.

Spike Demo: Using Spike with AutoCAD

In this Spike video demonstration, ikeGPS CTO Leon Toorenburg demonstrates how to use Spike with AutoCAD. Spike Cloud users can import a Scaled Image into AutoCAD, and then measure to scale using AutoCAD’s native tools. A Scaled Image is a 1:1 scaled and perspective corrected JPG that supports AutoCAD and Revit by Autodesk.

+ FAQ

The following smartphones and tablets have gone through camera calibration procedure and provide the highest level of accuracy for capturing measurements from a photo… read more

Spike attaches to a smartphone with a quick-release clamp or to a tablet case with high-strength bonding tape. We recommend attaching your Spike to a hard tablet case with a flat back, and to metal or hard plastic surfaces… read more

Yes. A photo can be uploaded to the online, cloud-based Spike tools. By uploading a photo to the Spike Cloud, you can view, edit, measure, and download Spike photos using your browser… read more

If you are not satisfied with your Spike device, we will accept returns for refund if we are contacted within 30 days of the date that we shipped the Spike to you. Please contact our support team to arrange a return… contact us

Spike comes with a 2-year warranty for defects or workmanship issues. Please refer to our Terms of Sale for Warranty information… read more

+ Works With

Works With

 

Spike works with a growing list of software solutions across different industries. These integrations allow you to incorporate Spike photos and measurements into other mobile solutions that can change the way you conduct business.

Spike works with Esri

Esri is a global leader in geographic information system (GIS) and the maker of ArcGIS, a powerful mapping and analytics platform. Esri software is used by more than 350,000 organizations including the world’s largest cities, most national governments, 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies, and more than 7,000 colleges and universities.

All of the data collected with Spike can be imported into Collector for ArcGIS and Survey123 for ArcGIS while in the field or back at the office. When cataloging a feature or an asset, you can include the Spike photo with measurements so the full history with photos is easily accessible.

Spike works with Autodesk

Founded in 1982, over 200 million customers use Autodesk® software today. AutoCAD is their main software product for 2D and 3D design, and is used by more architects, engineering and construction (AEC) professionals globally than any other computer-aided design (CAD) package.

AEC professionals can save valuable time, money and hassle on remodeling and renovations projects by taking advantage of Spike’s integration with AutoCAD. You can utilize Spike’s Photo Measurements as part of your day-to-day design work with AutoCAD. Instead of manually entering measurements into your designs, you can measure while designing.

Spike works with Pronto Forms

SAi Flexi is the only all-in-one design, print and cut software for sign and print providers. With nearly 3 out of 4 shops using it, Flexi is the industry-standard for sign-specific design tools, RIP software, print-and-cut software, and direct vinyl cutting.

The integration between Spike and Flexi enables Flexi users to export a scaled image from the Spike Cloud and import it directly into the Flexi design software. The 1-to-1 scaled image removes several steps from the design process, enabling sign shops to much more quickly turnaround work estimates with design renderings.

Spike works with Pronto Forms

ProntoForms is a mobile forms platform that enables companies to mobilize business processes, increase productivity and eliminate the use of paper. You can capture data from the field using your iPhone or iPad and then share a report of the form with customers, team members or stakeholders – all in real time through a secured and managed cloud environment.

The integration between Spike and ProntoForms allows you to capture area and length measurements of an object, such as a wall or building, from a photo taken with Spike, and automatically embed the photo with the measurements into a mobile form. This allows you to include photo documentation with the other data captured in your forms, making it easy to quickly create custom estimates, work orders and reports for your business.

Spike works with Go Figure

With the Go Figure app for iPad, contractors can generate accurate stock lists, estimates and invoices all while on site with your customer. Using Go Figure with Spike, you can reduce your time to measure a house from hours to minutes, and increase the accuracy of your measurements and estimates.

Your customers will be impressed with the professionalism of Go Figure. Not only can you provide them with accurate measurements and photo documentation of the measurements, but you can turn around a detailed estimate faster, all from your iPad.

Spike works with Spex

Spex is a modern inspection platform for adjusters and contractors that facilitates more thorough inspections and better documentation, data and collaboration between those who work in the field, such as adjusters, inspectors, contractors, and those who work behind a desk, such as administrators and estimate writers.

Spike enables an inspector’s capabilities to increase on the job site, creating better, more transparent inspection documentation through quick and accurate measurements of a property. Adjusters can easily capture a photo of a property using Spike, take the necessary measurements, and then save the Spike photo and data within the Spex app. The photo and measurements can then be added to the report and estimate or remeasured for additional estimates.

Spike works with CosmosSync

With CosmosSync, you can securely deliver information back into your company’s business processes whether it’s a picture, a video, a vocal memo, a text note, or a scanned document you took on your mobile device. Automatically upload the files to folders, directly transmit the files to the right person in real time, and access your files at any time.

By using Spike with CosmosSync, you can easily share your Spike photos and measurements by syncing the exported files to your CosmosSync folders. This allows your team to see the results of your measurements, or to open and remeasure the Spike photo.