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User Meeting Olten 2019

When Jun 13, 2019
from 08:30 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Olten, FHNW, Saal B018 (Erdgeschoss)
Contact Name Andreas Neumann
Contact Phone 041 728 5629
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Goals

  • Information about current work in the QGIS project
  • Exchange between QGIS users and networking
  • Contact between users and developers
  • Presentation of new features in the development version
  • Presentation of Case Studies
  • Coordination of upcoming development work

Organisation

Organizer: Swiss QGIS user group

Contact: info (at) qgis (dot) ch

Date: Thursday, June 13 2019, 9:00 to 17:00

Location: FHNW Olten, Building 4, Von Roll-Strasse 10, Room OVR B018 (Erdgeschoss).

Lageplan FHNW Olten

Arrival: The meeting is reachable on foot from the Olten railway station. We recommend using public transportation.

Language: the presentations will be in different languages: german, french and maybe english. Presenters are asked to provide slides in a second language.

Costs: Attending the presentations in the morning is free. For the workshops in the afternoon we charge a small fee. Members of the QGIS-CH user group: CHF 100.-, Non-members: CHF 150.-, Students: CHF 50.- The workshop price includes a small lunch (sandwiches).

Catering: Coffee breaks in the morning and afternoon, as well as a small lunch will be be provided.

RegistrationRegistration form on Google Forms - thank you for your registration!

Schedule

TimeTitlePresenters
08:30 - 09:00 Welcome, Registration
09:00 - 09:05 Greetings Hans-Jörg Stark, President QGIS User Group Switzerland / SBB
09:05 - 09:15 News from the QGIS.ORG projects Andreas Neumann, Kanton Zug
09:05 - 10:00 QGIS is dead, long lives QGIS! - the very best new features of QGIS 3.x Marco Bernasocchi, OpenGIS.ch
10:00- 10:30 Mit dem QGIS Geometry Generator auf der
grünen Wiese?
Johannes Kröger, Lab for Geoinformatics and Geovisualization (g2lab) HafenCity University of Hamburg
10:30 - 11:00Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:20 PyQGIS the comfortable way - tricks to efficiently work with Python and QGIS Matthias Kuhn, OPENGIS.ch
11:20 - 11:35 QGIS und OpenStreetMap Raphael das Gupta, HSR
11:35 - 11:50 QGIS Server with Docker and OpenShift Emmanuel Belo und Yves Bolognini, Camptocamp
11:50- 12:05 QGEP / qWat Update Stefan Burckhardt, SJiB
12:05 - 12:15 QGIS ModelBaker Update Romedi Filli, Kanton Schaffhausen
12:15 - 12:25 QGIS 3D Update Andreas Neumann, Kanton Zug
12:25 - 12:30 Wrap up and closing of morning session Hans-Jörg Stark, Präsident QGIS Anwendergruppe Schweiz / SBB
12:30 - 13:30Lunch Break

13:30 - 15:00

A: Modellbasiertes Arbeiten mit ili2db und QGIS Model Baker

Workshop (in german language) on data modeling with Interlis: introduction in data modeling with Interlis. Get to know Interlis tools like ili2pg, ili2gpkg, ilivalidator and QGIS ModelBaker.

Room B147 (1st floor)

B: Editing and constructing vector data

Overview on existing editing and construction tools. Discussion on what can be improved or what is missing regarding tools and documentation.

Room B146 (1st floor)

C: Tips & tricks with QGIS-expressions and geometry generators

Tips & Tricks in the domain of symbology, animation and layouts with QGIS expressions and geometry generators.

Room B145 (1st floor)

D: QField - the mobile allrounder

Correct and up-to-date spatial information in the field is crucial for decision making. The possibility to validate data in the field and correct or acuire existing and new objects in the field guarantees a complete high-quality life-cycle of reliable information.

You have the option to access your data directly online with a reliabe data connection or offline for areas of poor data reception. Thanks to the good integration between QGIS Desktop and QField efficient data collection in the field and synchronisation back into the main database becomes a reality.

Room to be defined

A: Claude Eisenhut (Eisenhut Informatik) and Manuel Kaufmann (Kanton Zug)

B: Romedi Filli (Kanton Schaffhausen) and Matthias Kuhn (OPENGIS.ch)

C: Johannes Kröger (Hafenuniversität Hamburg) and Andreas Neumann (Kanton Zug)

D: Marco Bernasocchi  and Mario Baranzini (OPENGIS.ch)

15:00 - 15:15Coffee Break
15:15 - ca. 17:00 Workshops Part 2 (See above) see above

Workshops

Please bring along your own laptop with pre-installed QGIS.

Workshop A: requires Laptop with QGIS 3.6, wireless reception and Postgis (locally installed), Javaili2pgil2gpkg and ilivalidator.

Workshops B+C: requires QGIS 3.6 and wireless reception.

Workshop D: QGIS Desktop 3.6, an Android Tablet or phone with at least Android 6, wireless reception and a possibility to transfer data between laptop and tablet/phone.