How to use gvSIG Mobile, open source GIS for field data gathering

During the 3rd gvSIG Festival there has been a practical presentation about how to work with gvSIG Mobile, the open source GIS for field data gathering, and its integration with gvSIG Desktop, the open source GIS that allows an advance editing, analysis, geoprocessing…

gvSIG Mobile can be installed from Google Play Store.

During the presentation we have shown the different tools that are available in this interesting application, and how to import/export data from/to gvSIG Desktop. We also explained how to install the plugin available for gvSIG Desktop to manage gvSIG Mobile cartography.

Here you have a direct link to the different tools that have been shown during the video:

And here you have the complete video:

If you have any doubt or problem with the applications you can use the mailing lists.

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4 Responses to How to use gvSIG Mobile, open source GIS for field data gathering

  1. Pingback: How to use gvSIG Mobile, open source GIS for field data gathering – GeoNe.ws

  2. Enrico says:

    Is there a way to sync data collected to a server? Or to the Desktop main database? This would be scenario where enumerators are in the field and they sent data back online. Is there a way to track enumerators work as well? Like a monitoring dashboard.

  3. Pingback: gvSIG Desktop plugin to create forms for field data gathering with gvSIG Mobile | gvSIG blog

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