|Figure 1 - Run on your device OpenWebGIS version for Android, after that select in the first window - local version|
|Figure 2 - Click on the button at the top right corner of the map to get geolocation settings|
|Figure 3 - The additional popup window shows and updates geolocation information and sensor data|
All data recorded at each point, you can see if you select Layer's name ("MyLocation" - in our case) in the dropdown list "Editable Layer". Then click (on the map) on the point you are interested in. The values of all attributes of the point you can see by hovering the cursor over it and clicking on it (if while hovering over a feature, it is not activated, then move the map a little bit and then again hover the cursor). After clicking on the feature you are interested in , the pop-up window will be opened. In this window you will see all layer attributes (see Figure 5).
|Figure 5 - After clicking on the feature (point) you are interested in , the pop-up window will be opened|
|Figure 6 -Open the attribute table using the menu item "Edit-> Open attribute table"|
|Figure 7 - Result of interpolation of collected illumination data|
The information about the sensors that Android supports, the Android sensor framework, units of measurement and axes (x, y, z) orientation that's used by the Sensor API can be found here:
Android version of OpenWebGIS is created for operating system Android version 4.4 and later. Speed of motion is determined only if the geolocation is set via GPS.
The source code of OpenWebGIS for OS Android can be downloaded from GitHub here.
Ready to use Android apk file for your mobile devices is available from GitHub, for downloading at Itch.io, Google Drive, Mobango.com and also at other app stores. Last new version always for your mobile devices is available for downloading at itch.io , Google Drive, GitHub.
The OpenWebGIS blog and full list of articles about OpenWebGIS provide a lot of information about possibilities of OpenWebGIS.
Please test and report bugs or suggestions for improvement.