With just a web browser we want our field staff to collaboratively make complex maps with secured private data.
What are our options?
Note: Please provide specific product examples to help me and others start the research process and ensure we dont overlook a great solution.
I will give a concrete example in response to the comments ( @brad and @iant ) that my earlier version of the question above is too general.
Concrete Real-World Scenario Example
For example, consider there are 100 local people spread around a province in Afghanistan and they only have a web browser. The objective is to have them collaboratively making a map of the safety and danger zones in their province.
They do NOT require advanced spatial analysis such a routing etc.
Nevertheless, the final map-data product needs to be structured (geoJSON, shapefile, etc) so some one can later use the data for more complex spatial analysis.
The key functional requirement is that these people need to upload to the collaboratively edited base map the following new features with associated labels:
- point locations of violent incidents with a labels
- polygon zones of dangerous and safe zones with labels
- line roads with labels
More elaborate question
What are the specific products I should look into where the data will be secure, away from the public eyes --- ideally something that connects with Google's Datastore, which is approved for SBU data (sensitive but unclassified data) --- most likely some product where spatial data is stored and served internally ?