Teams across planning, tech, infrastructure, consulting, environmental sciences and more are using QGIS & Felt to access the power of desktop GIS alongside the ease of modern web-based collaboration features. QGIS users are Felt users, and we are delighted to support the QGIS organization as their first-ever flagship-level sustaining member.
A modern toolbox for savvy teams
Expert map-makers often rely on several different tools, platforms and/or plugins to make their workflow efficient. Felt users regularly pair the analytical power of QGIS with the team-based sharing and collaboration features of Felt. Common uses of QGIS include:
- Professional-quality data handling functionality with a full suite of raster and vector processing algorithms for creating and combining datasets
- Leveraging new features and plug-ins for importing and processing datasets
Some of QGIS’s most popular plugins can be used to create interactive browser-based maps but don’t solve the problem of where to share, grant permissions, or channel feedback and responses.
Teams distributed over time and space need features common in other modern software like Google Docs, Notion, and Figma: browser-based collaboration, cloud storage, and team-based data libraries and permissions. Alongside QGIS, Felt is playing a revolutionary role for those who work with maps on a daily basis by making QGIS maps and analysis more accessible across organizations.