DTI-GIZ, under the Private Sector Promotion Program (SMEDSEP), came up with this pretty neat Google Mapping project to map the whole island of Bohol and all of its 700+ tourist sites and tourism-related establishments.
The map was collected using Samsung Galaxy Tab running Open Data Kit (ODK) applications. The Holy Name University (HNU) research department fielded staff/personnel to do the site interviews.
The extensive collection of data included addresses, contact information, photos, facilities and rates. This is like your ultimate travel guide to Bohol. GPS accuracy
is from 5 meters up to 10 meters. You can see the complete mapping project here: bit.ly/boholtourismmap
Pretty good job, IMO. Now can we have the rest of the islands of the Philippines mapped like that too?