Maya is coming back with a lot of new ideas, demanding more QGIS power. Since she has received plenty of great feedback on honey from hives located at certain spots, she wants to have full overview over the whole area now.
After Maya realizes that many of her beehives have been infected by severe diseases she needs to act quickly to get an overview of the situation. She grabs some friends and tablets and launches QField to map the situation. After assessing the results with advanced configuration of the attribute table she is ready to choose the right measures and do a precise intervention. And of course, this precise intervention is accompanied with a visualization that is on fire.
After analysing the area, Maya now has more hives in the forest. She will locate them using a GPS and import the data through a GPX file. She will then use her advanced knowledge of QGIS symbology capabilities to produce beautiful and meaningful maps.
This summer we went on tour with what turned out to be an extremely popular event: QGIS on the Road Telling the most remarkable story of Maya the beekeeper building her honey business and fighting against seemingly hopeless challenges with the help of QGIS functionality you probably never heard of. Now, as the nights get […]
At OPENGIS.ch we live and love open source.That is why we are extremely excited to announce that we are supporting FOSS4G 2019, 26 to 30 August in Bucharest. By supporting FOSS4G 2019 we hope to help the conference be an even bigger success and help more people discovering all the opensource geo-awesomeness out there! Come […]
Do you want to win a QField jump-start package worth 550€? We are launching the #MyQField challenge. Follow us on Twitter and show us how you use @QFieldForQGIS by tagging your tweets with #MyQField and #dataisoutside. The tweet with most likes and retweets by 24.4.19 wins the training! Rules You need to follow @OPENGISch and […]
You want to start collecting field data but never worked with a GIS before? You are a passionate QGIS user and would like a jump start your fieldwork setup? You are a senior GIS manager and would like to optimize your teams‘ mobile data collection efficiency? Let us you introduce the QField jump-start packages During […]
Let’s get straight to the point It’s official, QField for QGIS 1.0 is out! Get it while it’s hot on the Playstore (qfield.org/get) or on GitHub We are incredibly pleased and proud of just having released such a jewel and are convinced that, thanks to all its features and conscious design choices, QField will make your […]
We are really happy to announce the fifth and (hopefully) last 1.0 release candidate in QField’s history! This means that QField 1.0 is closer than ever. Get it while it’s hot on the Playstore (https://qfield.org/get) or on GitHub Thanks to all the feedback by the fantastic community we were able to fix plenty of bugs, […]
We are really happy to announce the release a new great milestone in QField’s history, QField 1.0 Release Candidate 3! (Yes, you might have got a glimpse of the broken RC2 if you where very attentive) Thanks to the great feedback we received since releasing RC1 we were able to fix plenty of issues and […]