Mergin Maps at TNGIC April 11th-13th 2023

Jan 19, 2023 | MerginMaps, QGIS, TNGIC

So in other news – I’m a partner with Mergin Maps. I also mentioned this is the year I’m providing an offramp for the ArcMap users. So to cover even more bases – NRGS is headed to Memphis for the Annual TNGIC Conference.

We will be teaching a workshop on Day 1 (April 11th 2023) on QGIS and Mergin Maps. Having a workshop has been the plan since becoming a partner and this will be my first swipe at making that happen.

As of right now the class is shaping up to be:

  • One hour of QGIS Instruction
  • One hour of Mergin Maps
  • One hour of Data Collection.

Of course I’ve just started the class so this may change a little. For those of you wondering “How does Mobile Data collection work in the QGIS world?”. This is how for NRGS. Of course – It’s not the only way as you have Qfield and a host of other data collection softwares to round out your Data Toolbox.

Anyway – Show up in Memphis. It’s going to be fun.

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