Collect accurate data with freehand digitizing and improved form widgets, use the data from your external GNSS receivers without any third-party apps and enjoy the pleasant usability of QField 1.8 Selma.
QField 1.7 Rockies hits the stage! Be ready for the cold weather with a smooth coordinate search, value relation filters, all new data-driven QML & HTML widgets, enhanced geometry editing functionalities and an expandable legend.
Editing multiple features at the same time, support for stylus pens, dynamic configuration of image names and much more.QField 1.6 Qinling 秦岭 comes packed with awesome new features and an improved user experience. We have been very busy over the last few months working on a new and shiny QField Read more…
What are we looking for? We would like to use WMS offline on QField. For that, we need to figure out what is the best way to get a raster from a WMS and which format is the most efficient (size and performance). In this post we’ll show you is Read more…
We’ve always been dedicated to QGIS’ well-being, supporting it with countless hours of work.
Today we are very proud to announce that our Commitment has grown even more as our CEO @mbernasocchi was elected Chair of the QGIS.org association.
What a years‘ start! After a very packed December publishing all the QGIS on the road videos and quietly releasing QField 1.3 – Ben Nevis we could have gone and relaxed over the holidays. But since we love QField so much we immediately started working on the next iteration. Now, after an intensive testing period, we are proud to announce the release of QField 1.4 – Olavtoppen
What a blast it was!
The first QField user day in Bern with around 40 participants from Switzerland and neighbouring countries was packed with use case presentations and interesting discussions.
Terrible news, a killer bee swarm escaped from a laboratory in northern Italy. Maya is desperate, if the killer bee reach her hives, it’s all gone. Maybe the weather could help Maya so she modelling the speed of travel of the killer bees and animates her analysis to see if her bees are likely to survive…
Maya expands up into the mountains. She will show us how she uses spatial bookmarks and live layers to manage her hives without leaving home. Maya also starts a new business: with the help of the QGIS‘ print layout manager, QGIS server and the Lizmap Web Client, she gets her infrastructure ready for tourism.
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.