Join in on the QGIS INTEGRATED open day. Our amazing lineup of presenters will show you how QGIS can work in a network with other software and programs to create dynamic and sharable spatial data, maps, and systems.
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Virtual events will be taking place online (see links below) and in the telegram chat room, and with many events also being live-streamed on YouTube. See the individual event descriptions below for an indication of where to join each event.
QGISOpenDay 26th March 2021
|1||Input and Mergin: collect data, sync, and collaborate with ease||08h00 UTC||Saber Razmjooei||English|
|2||Using QGIS, Input, Mergin, and Metabase to map the Waterberg||09h00 UTC||Gavin Fleming||English|
|3||Using QGIS and a laser cutter to make 3D contour models||10h30 UTC||Raymond Nijssen||English|
|4||Seamless fieldwork with QField & QFieldCloud||12h00 UTC||Marco Bernasocchi||English|
Taivaskero brings not only new gadgets like the print of atlas features, the Finnish address search, and an improved relation editor widget. There are as well lots of other improvements like a smarter progressive rendering and some revamp in the user interface.
- Search for Finnish addresses
- Print Atlas Features to PDF
- Geometry digitizing when adding a child feature
- Opening of individual vector/raster datasets
- Smarter progressive rendering
- Restore last viewed map extent
- Support for colors in attribute forms
- Other nice things and fixes
- NMEA UI/UX improvements
- UI/UX of the fill ring tool improvements
- Preference of lowercase characters when entering username on layer login
- No UI hang/freeze when opening the layer properties panel due to slow feature count
- No lock of screen Orientation in QFieldActivity – means you can change the orientation during runtime
- Use of C locale to validate doubles
- Fixed remembered values
- Fixed not showing the display string in the value relation
- Fixed weird behavior on tab change
Rapid Test Locations Data
Updated daily: https://github.com/Mariosmsk/rapidtestlocationsdata
December and trying to replace all trees in #QGIS 3D with christmas trees…— Klas Karlsson (@klaskarlsson) December 1, 2018
Lots of memory problems with high poly objects and frequent crashes, but at least I got this picture (3D is just not quite there yet): pic.twitter.com/238ytsblOl
I used the spatial knowledge to identify how the word “Christmas” was used by 13 different official languages across Africa and I made a Linguistic Map. @qgis @Data4SDGs @WBTanzania— Antidius (@Antidius36) December 26, 2020
Have a look. pic.twitter.com/gZWsBM5Lh3
Gente, abram seus Qgis agora e olhem que ele tem um chapéu do papai noel pq estamos entrando no natal pic.twitter.com/GDl74pG9dL— Za (@za_a_za_c) December 1, 2017
KIOS Virtual City
The KIOS Virtual City is a specially designed virtual platform to assist with the management and operation of interdependent critical infrastructures systems (e.g. water, power, telecommunications, transportation, and health systems) and can be used to assess the cascading effects of natural or manmade disasters (e.g. flooding, power blackouts) which can seriously impact people’s everyday lives, affecting their safety and well-being. The Virtual City emulates the actual operation of Critical Infrastructure Systems within the urban and sub-urban environment and offers a virtual decision support facility for assessing the security and efficiency of a city as well as its environmental footprint and operational costs. This platform is ideal for use by policy makers, CIS operators and other stakeholders to assist them towards their decision making with respect to the management of a smart city environment.
KIOS at a glance
The KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence (KIOS CoE) operates within the University of Cyprus. The Center was established in 2008 and was subsequently selected by the EU to advance into a Research and Innovation Center of Excellence in 2017. With collaboration with Imperial College London, KIOS has succeeded in securing funding in excess of 40 million euros for the period of 2017-2022. This is the largest and most competitive funding to be secured for research and innovation in Cyprus which will be implemented as part of the EU’s strategic Horizon 2020 program for “Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation – Teaming”.
The KIOS CoE is the largest research and innovation center in Cyprus on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) with an emphasis on monitoring, control, management, and security of critical infrastructures such as electric power systems, water distribution networks, telecommunication networks, and transportation systems. The goal of the Center is to conduct outstanding interdisciplinary research and innovation and produce new knowledge and tools that can be applied to solve real-life problems. The Center collaborates with an extended network of national and international academic, industrial, and governmental organizations to assure that its research has maximal applicability and impact.