I remember when attachments were first introduced in ArcGIS Desktop (10.2 I think? whoops it was ArcGIS 10). It was a very useful feature, and more functionality was added over the years. It also made mobile data capture even easier. The fieldworkers would go out, do their assessments, and attach multiple photos to their points. However, […]
Last week, I was scrolling through my Feedly and came across this post on the ESRI Australia Technical blog, one of my favourite ESRI blogs. While I am already worked up about ArcGIS Earth, it was the other app in the post that changed the course of my day (and my life). Survey123 is an […]
A few months ago, I set up a Collector app for a colleague who went into the field for two weeks. The web map contained 5 feature layers of assets. Once he reached the asset in the field, he would select the corresponding point, update attributes and attach at least one photo. It was basic […]
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Yesterday during Kevin’s presentation on our mobile data capture workflow, he brought up an example of insufficient training/assumptions of user aptitude. The fieldworkers were capturing sign posts, and the way the schema was structured was that the device prompted for a photo of the sign before asking for a GPS point. The fieldworkers would cross […]
Today Aurecon Cape Town will be hosting the GISSA AGM 2014. Some of my esteemed colleagues will be presenting on topics such as enterprise GIS, mobile data capture workflow, CityEngine modelling and viewshed analysis. Should be fun :)!