[GeoNode-users] Exists a project template for smartphone collection and upload?
simone.dalmasso at gmail.com
Mon May 11 05:59:04 PDT 2015
at the moment there's no such working tool (apart from a very draft I made
some years ago that uses formhub + epicollect + geonode) but the interest
around it is increasing and I'm sure there are other people in the list
that are willing to work on this.
We encourage potential stakeholders to come in!
About your questions:
- you can add google as an optional background in the settings here
this doc http://gxp.opengeo.org/master/doc/lib/plugins/GoogleSource.html
- you will have to customize the code of the mapping library which is based
on Geoexplorer http://suite.opengeo.org/opengeo-docs/geoexplorer/. But here
others may help you more than me. :)
2015-05-11 13:32 GMT+02:00 Charles Cossé <ccosse at gmail.com>:
> Hi All,
> I am getting up-to-speed with GeoNode and GIS in general. I need to
> implement the same general workflow model in several different contexts.
> The workflow is:
> 1. offline collection of arbitrary data via smartphone (tracks,
> photos, notes, forms)
> 2. sync arbitrary, serialized blob data to server
> 3. handle and store arbitrary serialized blob data in GeoNode (some
> 4. webapp interface template to explore / utilize data
> This seems like it would make a good project template ... pull everything
> into a django-app under your geonode instance, including the smartphone app
> template code, and just customize from there.
> Does such a project already exist? If not, then would it be a good thing?
> I like these apps from MISIN <http://www.misin.msu.edu/tools/apps/#>, but
> they don't allow for use outside of a hard-coded range. Otherwise, that's
> exactly the system / workflow I'm after. I haven't checked if their code
> is free. ArcGIS Collector would be the similar Esri product.
> I have a couple other questions while here:
> - why google earth but no google maps?
> - what is best way (api?) to capture map clicks?
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