Mergin Maps Admin Essentials

Upcoming trainings

  • July the 11th, 2024 9:00-17:00 CEST.
    • Where: online remote session
    • Language: English
    • Invitation only! Cost: 290 Euro + VAT (if applicable)
    • Write G2 review, claim your review on until 30st June and have change to receive free seat!
    • Lecturer: Radek Pasiok
    • Max participants: 10 people
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Mergin Maps

Join us for the Mergin Maps Admin Essentials course, an online live training that will empower you to master collaborative mapping. Besides setting up and synchronizing your Mergin Maps project with QGIS and your mobile device, the course will also equip you with the skills to manage your collaborative mapping projects effectively, including sharing, transferring, setting roles and permissions, and handling synchronization conflicts. The course places also a special emphasis on good practices.

Learning objectives

  • Setup a Mergin Maps project in QGIS
  • Synchronize your Mergin Maps project with your workspace
  • Use your project in the field
  • Share, transfer and delete projects
  • Set roles and permissions
  • Use Mergin Maps for collaborative mapping
  • View and track changes
  • Manage synchronization conflicts
  • Apply good practice
Mergin Maps

Course structure

The course covers the following topics:

  • Overview of Mergin Maps
    • Presentation about the Mergin Maps ecosystem
  • Setup a Mergin Maps project in QGIS
    • Live demo (plugin, basic project, widgets, synchronisation)
    • Setting a project PDF with step-by-step tutorial
  • Field data collection
    • Participants will do the steps and test the project in the field.
  • Mapping results
  • Mergin Maps Home Page and Dashboard
    • Live demo of home page and dashboard
    • Live demo of adding members, setting permissions etc.
  • Collaborative Mapping
    • Participants work in pairs on each other's projects.
  • View and track changes
    • Live session to discuss the results
  • Manage conflicts
  • Good practices
  • Conclusions