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Latest Webinars & Tutorials

Crowdsourcing Solution for NGOs and Non-profits – GIS Cloud Webinar

Crowdsourcing can be a perfect tool for obtaining real-time data and engaging your community in various initiatives at the same time.

With GIS Cloud, Crowdsourcing data is visualized on fully customizable interactive maps. Data is collected directly on a map and/or through fully customizable mobile apps. The best thing is – everything is set up very quickly.

In this webinar you will learn how to utilize Crowdsourcing solution for your projects and see how it is done by listening to first-hand experiences from successful projects. The webinar includes a Q&A session.

Collecting Lines and Polygons with Mobile Data Collection – Webinar

GIS Cloud released a new feature for the Mobile Data Collection app. Now, besides points, you can collect lines and polygons as well.
Watch the webinar to find out how to collect lines and polygons directly in the field instead of drawing them back in the office. The session includes an intro about Mobile Data Collection app and the benefits of its use, a live demo of data collection and review, as well as some use cases for application in utilities, natural resources industry, and agriculture.

QGIS Plugin for map publishing: GIS Cloud Publisher – Why we made it and what can You do with it – Webinar Recording

In this webinar, we talked about the QGIS plugin (for map publishing) development process, how we planned the plugin and what features we developed listening to user input. Watch a live demo of the plugin and learn about possible workflows, from publishing and updating your QGIS projects (entire maps or just a couple of layers), sharing your maps online (publicly or privately), collaborating on maps and data, to collecting data in the field directly into your published QGIS maps.

QGIS Plugin Key Features:

– Transfer your QGIS data (vectors, rasters, wms, wfs) and symbology
– Points, lines, polygons, categories, and labels are supported completely
– Upload the entire map, or just a few layers for a fast workflow
– Update changes made to your map or specific layers
– Upload the same map as a new version to GIS Cloud
– Upload as a private or public map
– Give a name to your map
– Share public maps instantly with an URL link
– Share private maps with colleagues inside GIS Cloud
– You can also publish your QGIS analysis by first saving them as rasters
– QGIS is connected to GIS Cloud over a secure SSL connection
– The plugin is compatible with QGIS 3 and QGIS 2 (from QGIS 2.12)