Mobile Data Collection with QGIS
Over the last 10 years QGIS has become one of the most widely used Open Source GIS Desktops. It can read well over 150 vector and raster formats. It has a wide array of processing tools and ability to create spatial models. It has a growing Server product that allows you to publish projects to the web. One area of QGIS that not many people know about is the ability to collect mobile data. QGIS has two groups that have created mobile applications that are flexible and run on both IOS and Android. In this talk I’ll run through how they work and how you can use them to add some flexibility to your GIS.
Owner and operator of North River Geographic Systems, Inc. Randal Hale has been in the geospatial industry for over 25 years. NRGS mainly works with Free and Open Source Software for Geoinformatics (FOSS4G). He volunteers with the QGIS Community and serves as an “at large” member of osgeo.us. He teaches certified classes through the QGIS community. He is a past president of our organization.
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