lecture: Using SQLite to take maps offline on mobile devices
Nowadays, the internet allows us to access maps on mobile and tablet devices in real-time when we need them. Very often we might be without an internet connection. How to get access to maps in such situations? The answer is to take maps offline.
What are technical challenges to get maps offline? Why is SQLite ideal database for offline map storage? How to store all vectors and rasters into a single SQLite database on a mobile device? How to render such maps using hardware with limited capabilities? What are storage and bandwidth requirements? How to solve offline map editing and synchronization? These are only some of the questions this talk will focus on.
Start time: 11:00
Room: Room Berlin
- Plenary Office
- Free, Open and Libre
- Rhine Lobby
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- Cheap (and good) data capture for environmental projects
- Plenary Chamber
- State of GeoServer
- Fireplace Room
- The OGC's Standards Process and the Role of Reference Implementations
- Room Bonn
- Open Source Photogrammetry with OpenDroneMap
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