Take Your Harvesting Maps Offline With Op Tracker TAB
My name is Saghi Khani, welcome to another episode of Lim Geomatics Did You Know.
Did you know Op Tracker allows foresters to take their harvesting maps offline? With Op Tracker, contractors can use the same maps they are used to using on paper and follow their harvesting plans on a tablet. They do not need to relearn new maps; they can simply import their base data as a layer and stick to it when working in the field.
When using paper maps, operators can’t really see all the base data they need to harvest a block at once, such as streams, roads or wet areas. They have to switch back and forth between maps.
In today’s video, I will show you how Op Tracker can provide foresters more situational awareness, as all the maps we display in the mobile application are up to date and matches the harvesting plans contractors need to follow.
It is just a few simple steps and foresters can find the information they need about streams, roads, watercourses, or any situation they encounter when harvesting a block.
After you load a block, tap on the menu button, and select layer controls. Here you can see a list of all secondary layers on a base map.
In Op Tracker you are able to turn the layers on and off to have a better understanding of the maps such as tracks, roads, streams, proposed roads, boundary, waterbody, AOC, and also Op Tracker allows to add tile package files and display them on a map.
Do you want to learn more about Op Tracker? Please, visit: www.limgeomatics.com.