FOSS4G 2023

QField news - stakeout, measurements, printing and many more
06-29, 12:00–12:30 (Europe/Tirane), Outdoor Stage

The mobile application QField is based on QGIS and allows fieldwork to be carried out efficiently based on QGIS projects, offline or online. Developments in recent months have added additional functions to the application that are useful for fieldwork. Examples are used to present the most important new features. Discover the most recent features like 3D-layers handling, printing of reports and atlases, elevation profiling of terrain and layers, multi-column support in feature form, azimuth values in the measuring tool, locked screen mode, the QR-code reader, stakeout functionalities, the official release of the iOS version and many more.

Marco Bernasocchi is an open-source advocate, entrepreneur and full-stack geoninja. He is the creator of QField for QGIS, currently serves as Chair, and is an Open Source Geospatial Foundation board member. In his day job, Marco is the CEO of, which he founded in 2011.

A geographer by trade, Marco lives in a small Romansh-speaking mountain village in Switzerland, where he loves scrambling around the mountains to enjoy the feeling of freedom it gives him. Outgoing, flexible and open-minded, Marco fluently speaks five languages. The best thing is: He not only knows how to say it but also loves sharing his know-how.

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