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Geopaparazzi state of the art


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State of the art of Geopaparazzi - FOSS4G-EU 2017

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Geopaparazzi state of the art

  1. 1. GEOPAPARAZZI STATE OF THE ART Silvia Franceschi and Andrea Antonello FOSS4G-EU 2017 – 2017/07/21 ydroloGIS nvironmental HydroloGIS S.r.l. - Via Siemens, 19 - 39100 Bolzano ngineering gisforchange gvSIG Association
  2. 2. Who am I? ● environmental engineer specialized in hydrology, hydraulics, geomorphology and forestry ● co-founder of HydroloGIS member of gvSIG association ● main promoter and user of Geopaparazzi for digital field mapping ● OSGeo Charter Member
  3. 3. Basically an engineering survey tool but it can be used also for emergency management, general field activities (sport) and tourism. The aims are: ● can be always at hand when needed ● gives the possibility to take georeferenced pictures with possibility to import them into a main GIS application ● is extremely easy to use and intuitive, providing just few basic functionalities What is Geopaparazzi?
  4. 4. Geopaparazzi base functionalities complex notes text sketch picture gps logs Raster or vector basemaps spatialite vector overlays
  5. 5. Supported basemaps Geopaparazzi supports the following basemap sources: - Mapsforge offline map files - MBtiles offline databases - Mapurl config files * TMS offline tiles folders * TMS online sources * WMS online sources - Rasterlite2 offline databases
  6. 6. Notes and bookmarks can be visualized/zoomed to/edited in a dedicated list view. notes list bookmarks list Notes and bookmarks
  7. 7. TAP OPENS MENU GPS logs GPS tracks can be registered with the app or imported as GPX. It is possible to manage and visualize some basic information.
  8. 8. GPS logs properties center the map on starting or ending point delete update length visualize trends of height and velocity
  9. 9. Spatialite databases Tap the + to add new spatialite db Add a single entry or a whole folder
  10. 10. Spatialite databases
  11. 11. Spatialite databases Support for vector data style and conversion from GIS data into the geopaparazzi spatialite database based on SLD standard (JGrassTools). if the shapefiles have SLD it will be imported together with features and attributes for each layer
  12. 12. Spatialite databases Support for for unique values map theming (readonly) for all the features type.
  13. 13. Spatialite editing Editing of spatialite layers is supported with simplified tools long tap: select editable button select among the list of visible Spatialite layers edit one layer at a time (red) tap to enter/exit editing mode for the selected layer
  14. 14. Spatialite editing continuing lines is supported. Moving lines vertexes is NOT supported. Moving points is NOT supported. new points: GPS position, center of the map or tapping Edit options for point, lines and polygons are: add new, delete, selection, edit geometry and edit attributes.
  15. 15. Spatialite editing edit polygons geometry: remove/add pieces of polygons draw a line starting from the polygon you want to keep to the one to use to cut draw a line starting from the polygon you want to expand to the one to add
  16. 16. Import / Export Geopaparazzi supports some simple import - export directly from the device. complex notes (form) can be exported in a PDF
  17. 17. Geopaparazzi tools for gvSIG ● in gvSIG it is possible to: ➢ create the map background data as .mbtile ➢ export and browse the image notes ➢ export all the data contained in the project as shapefile ● the plugin for Geopaparazzi in gvSIG is available at: ● read carefully the installation guidelines available: ydrologis4gvsig_quickstart.pdf ● once installed you can find a new item in the menu bar JGTools containing the following tools
  18. 18. Create background maps In the new plugin there is a nice tool to create background maps for Geopaparazzi: The user just sets the wanted zoomlevels and a name and output folder for the database. In this example we wanted to have a local map as background:
  19. 19. Once launched it takes the current view and active layers (rasters + vectors) and generates an mbtiles database for Geopaparazzi. Pay attention on the upper zoomlevel, it might be hard on your PC and time consuming. On large areas 19-20 might be a good compromise. Create background maps
  20. 20. Background maps on the device On the device that will then look like the following: Versus the same region on gvSIG:
  21. 21. Convert a project to GIS data In gvSIG do an ADD LAYER, it will present you Geopaparazzi as option (new tab). just select the project to convert in shp
  22. 22. Convert a project to GIS data All the data will be exported in different shapefiles + a folder for media files.
  23. 23. Convert a project to GIS data All the collected info are stored as attributes.
  24. 24. Convert a project to GIS data The images can be selected and browsed directly in the GIS
  25. 25. Sync data with gvSIGonline We are working with Scolab on a connection with gvSIG Online (GOL) * download layers list * select layers to download: GOL packages them as Spatialite DBs * download the dataset * ...local editing * upload of modified dataset
  27. 27. Osaka: disaster management Disaster management System of Osaka with Geopaparazzi and MapGuide Open Source
  28. 28. The New York natural heritage program Mapping invasive species in the iMapInvasives program with Geopaparazzi
  29. 29. INEGI (Mexico): field data collection The Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI) of Mexico is financing some development to support geological and hydraulics surveys.
  30. 30. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Homepage: Need help? Join the Mailinglist. Have cool userstories to share? Facebook: Geopaparazzi Users Around The World! Want to translate it in your language? Useful links: ydroloGIS nvironmental HydroloGIS S.r.l. - Via Siemens, 19 - 39100 Bolzano ngineering gisforchange gvSIG Association