FOSS4G 2023

Mergin Maps: A Year of Progress
06-29, 11:30–12:00 (Europe/Tirane), Outdoor Stage

Mergin Maps has become a popular open-source GIS platform for collecting, managing and sharing geospatial data. In the past year, we have introduced several new features and improvements to the platform. Our goal is to provide a flexible and powerful GIS solution that is accessible to users of all levels, from seasoned professionals to those just getting started. In this talk, we will highlight the latest developments and demonstrate how they can benefit users in various fields.

One of the significant updates is the introduction of workspaces, which allows users to organize their projects, data, and users in a hierarchical structure. This new feature streamlines the management of multiple projects and simplifies the process of adding and removing users.

Another update is the implementation of tracking, which enables users to collect and visualize location data. This feature is particularly useful for tracking vehicles, equipment, and personnel in the field, and can be customized to include various attributes.

Finally, we will discuss the Mergin Maps roadmap for the future, including plans for new features, enhanced integrations and community-driven development. We believe these changes will make Mergin Maps more accessible and user-friendly for everyone, regardless of their level of experience.

Whether you are a seasoned GIS professional or new to the world of geospatial data, this talk will provide valuable insights into the latest developments in Mergin Maps and its potential for your work.

Product team lead in Mergin Maps | Lutra Consulting