[HOT] Mobile Offline Data Collection Project
hoque.ahasan at gmail.com
Sun Aug 2 14:46:21 UTC 2015
I just saw the list of feature included in your app, It gonna be a great
app. We have used ODK before and recently OpenMapKit developed by American
Red Cross which are also good offline data collection app.
https://github.com/AmericanRedCross/OpenMapKit . Are these all features you
included in your mail support offline ? Have you tested this app for doing
any mapping ?
Thanks for you great effort. Keep the good work up.
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On Sat, Aug 1, 2015 at 1:47 AM, Ragi Burhum <ragi at burhum.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I wanted to reach our and first say *thank you* for all the work done by
> the HOT team. I am one of those fans that lurks around and tells people
> about OSM, but usually stays away from the mailing lists.
> Additionally, my team at AmigoCloud and myself have been doing a lot of
> work around mobile offline data collection. Personally, I have been writing
> code for this (proprietary) mobile offline data collection tool for about
> 5+ years. Although I believe the application would be extremely useful for
> doing offline data capture during disasters, the app is proprietary. A lot
> of the components that we use are from Open Source projects we contribute
> to, yet we still have components that are proprietary within our
> I want to change that.
> For the past few months, the team has been working to move proprietary
> components out and replacing them with Open Source equivalents. The goal is
> to create a mobile offline data collection library that can be used by
> others build offline data collection applications that are truly cross
> platform. It is our way to saying thank you to the different communities
> that have enabled us to build a business around them.
> The following video shows how the current incarnation of the proprietary
> application: http://bit.ly/amigomobile60s
> Features include:
> - Point/Line/Polygon/Multi* data collection
> - Works offline in vector and raster format
> - Tiles rendered from OSM data
> - WMS support
> - Automatically syncing of deltas
> - Automatic Syncing of forms
> - Automatic Syncing of styling
> - Automatic conflict reconciliation
> - Automatic online/offline detection
> - Elevation Support
> - 3D Visualization system with Native Platform that supports GPU rendering
> - Customizations of forms through HTML and JS
> - Cross platform (iOS / Android / Windows / Linux / OSX)
> - On device Vector based styling
> - ESRI Support (relationship classes, domains, etc)
> - GDAL support
> The goal has always been to reduce long workflows that are encountered by
> other projects/solutions. In my personal opinion, the time it takes to put
> data *into* the mobile device and to get it *out* and syncing with the rest
> of the data is usually unnecessarily long.
> Would there be any interest from anyone in this list to using/customizing
> this for a HOT use case? What would you like to see from a fully open
> source offline mobile data collection platform?
> Thank you again for all the great work both during and before/after
> disasters happen.
> - Ragi
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