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gvSIG Team: gvSIG recibe el premio al mejor proyecto europeo de software libre

OSGeo Planet - Wed, 2017-04-05 06:03

La pasada semana el proyecto gvSIG recibió, de mano de la Comisión Europea, el premio al mejor proyecto europeo de software libre, en la máxima categoría (Transfronteriza/Cross border) de los denominados “Sharing and Reuse Awards”.

Este premio supone un importante reconocimiento a la trayectoria del proyecto gvSIG, que nacido en la Generalitat Valenciana ha sabido crear a su alrededor un nuevo modelo de producción de software liderado por la Asociación gvSIG y basado en la colaboración, la solidaridad y el conocimiento compartido.

Lo que comenzó como un proyecto de desarrollo de un SIG de escritorio es hoy día una completa suite para abordar cualquier necesidad relacionada con la geomática, con la integración de la componente geográfica en los sistemas de información. Actualmente el software marca gvSIG se utiliza en más de 160 países.

Todo ello ha tenido un peso importante en la decisión de la Comisión Europea, cuyos criterios de evaluación han sido: Diseño de la solución, Gobernanza de la solución, Impacto/resultados, Grado de utilización y sostenibilidad.

Si queréis consultar la presentación del proyecto utilizada durante la ponencia de gvSIG, podéis encontrarla en el siguiente enlace:

http://downloads.gvsig.org/download/events/Share-Reuse-Awards/gvSIG_Awards.pdf

Desde la Asociación gvSIG queremos agradecer la apuesta de la Generalitat Valenciana por este proyecto, así como de todas las organizaciones que en mayor o menor medida han aportado y aportan recursos para la sostenibilidad del proyecto, confiando en los servicios profesionales de la Asociación gvSIG.

Por último este premio lo queremos dedicar a todos los compañeros y compañeras de la Comunidad gvSIG que durante estos años han conseguido llevar el nombre de gvSIG a todos los rincones del planeta.

Fotos del evento.


Filed under: events, gvSIG Desktop, gvSIG Educa, gvSIG Mobile, gvSIG Online, gvSIG Roads, premios, software libre, spanish Tagged: award, comisión europea, ISA2, reuse, sharing
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GeoTools Team: GeoTools 17.0 released

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2017-04-04 16:41
The GeoTools team is pleased to announce the release of GeoTools 17.0:This release is also available from our maven repository.

This release is made in conjunction with GeoWebCache 1.11.0 and GeoServer 2.17.0

GeoTools 17.0 is the current stable series recommended for all new projects, while 16.x series moves to maintenance mode.Features and Improvements
  • New SLD vendor option to underline labels
  • The chance of having CRS.lookupEPSGCode returning a match using a fast search has been significantly increased
  • A new set of well known marks helps with QGIS interoperability
  • It is now possible to encode complex features not following the GML object-property rules
  • Some performance improvements when filling tiny polygons
  • Improved concurrency of SoftValueHashMap, to the benefit of various subsystems, for example particular the referencing one under load
  • JDBC callback interface allows to track execution of SQL queries and perform statistisc on them
  • Relax visibility of StyledShapePainter to allow override of vector fill in subclasses
  • The YSLD styling module has been promoted to supported land
Community modules
  • The Mapbox style module provides support a new javascript based styling language 

Upgrading
  • The AbstractDataStore has finally been removed after years of availability of a better substitute (ContentDataStore)
And more! For more information please see the release notes (17.0 | 17-RC1 | 17-beta).About GeoTools 17
  • The wfs-ng module is now a drop in replacement and will be replacing gt-wfs
  • The NetCDF module now uses NetCDF-Java 4.6.6
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gvSIG Team: Manual de gvSIG aplicado a la Ingeniería Civil

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2017-04-04 15:30

Cada mes se hacen decenas de trabajos universitarios relacionados con la suite gvSIG, ya sean tesis, trabajos fin de grado, trabajos fin de máster, etc. Uno de estos trabajos que me he encontrado hoy lo considero lo suficientemente interesante como para destacarlo en un post, ya que constituye en sí un manual muy interesante de uso de gvSIG Desktop aplicado a la Ingeniería Civil.

El autor es José Luis Cardoza Ardón de la Universidad de El Salvador y lleva por título “Aplicaciones de los sistemas de información geográfica en Ingeniería Civil utilizando el software gvSIG”.

Como se índica en el propio trabajo, “el documento es una guía para que estudiantes, docentes y profesionales de Ingeniería Civil utilicen en sus trabajos, ya sea en el ámbito académico o profesional.“

El documento, con licencia Creative Commons (como debería ser todo trabajo universitario), puede descargarse en el siguiente enlace:

http://ri.ues.edu.sv/12915/


Filed under: gvSIG Desktop, spanish Tagged: gis, ingeniería civil, libro, manual, sig
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Fernando Quadro: O processo criativo no Uber

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2017-04-04 10:30

Cady Wachsman, Gerente de Design da Equipe de Cartografia da Uber, publicou um artigo que fala sobre o processo de desenvolvimento dos mapas para os motoristas do Uber.

Neste post eles apresentam alguns exemplos criados pela equipe, para criar o aplicativo e possibilitar aos motoristas a melhor experiência possível. Eles comentam que em alguns casos, chegaram a fazer maquetes das cidades de Amsterdam, Nova Yorque e Jacarta para simular situações e cronometrar o tempo.

Recomendo a todos lerem este artigo da Cady.

Fonte: Uber Design – Medium.com

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QGIS Blog: Update on the QGIS Grant Applications

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2017-04-04 09:32

In February this year, we put out a call for applications for the second (yay!) round of the QGIS grant programme. The intent of the programme is to leverage donor and sponsor funding in order to support community members with great ideas to improve the underlying infrastructure of the QGIS project and code base.

We have had a really great response to the call for applications (detailed list of applications is here for your reading pleasure – 231KB download).

Given that we have 13 proposals (down 7 from our last call) and only 20,000 Euros to disburse, the QGIS voting members will need to make some tough, pragmatic choices.The voting for the grant proposals ends at the mid April 2017, and we plan to announce the successful candidates soon after that. The PSC will arbitrate in the case of a dead heat or the proposal amounts of the top voted proposals not adding up to our funding target.

Although the number of proposals submitted is down from last year, the quality and utility of the proposals this year is really top notch and it is sad to know that we will not be able to fun them all through the grant programme. If you have the wherewithal to further support some of the grant proposals that did not make the cut, or the QGIS 3.0 effort in general, please get into contact with our treasurer, Andreas Neumann (finance [at] qgis.org) or head over to our sponsorship or donations page to support their work!

Lastly, I appeal to those QGIS Voting Members who have not yet cast their votes to check your email and head over to the voting form to cast your vote!


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GIScussions: The next PSMA may reshape Ordnance Survey

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2017-04-03 13:15

Just the water and me

This advert recruiting for a “Head of Public Sector Mapping & Addressing Agreements Team” reminded me that the current Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA for OS geeks and followers) is coming up for renegotiation with a deadline of end 2017 (presumably the new renegotiated agreement will come into effect on 1st April 2018). This a 2 year contract at a fairly senior level:

We are looking for someone with strong commercials skills and ideally experience of contract management to join the team at a crucial time.

Over the next 12 months we will be renegotiating our large value contracts that enable the whole of the public sector to gain access to vital geo-spatial data from Ordnance Survey. The current agreements are worth over £75m per annum. 

This will be a complex and multi-layered contract negotiation. It is not just on behalf of BEIS, but on behalf of the whole community of public sector users in England and Wales including Government Departments, all Local Authorities, and the emergency services. This will also require close working Scottish Government to ensure that the agreement aligns with their arrangements with Ordnance Survey and allowing cross border use of data.

The post-holder will be required to make judgements on how far to accommodate a wide range of stakeholders’ priorities, some of which may be competing.

This could be a big deal for Ordnance Survey, their users and for the OpenData community. In 2015-16 Ordnance Survey were pretty flat in terms of revenue, full accounts are here and my summary of the last few years (re-organised to take account of changes in reporting) is here, the report says

It was a challenging year for revenue, which resulted in a small overall growth on the prior year, delivered under the Trading Fund − with OS sales to consumers being more buoyant.

Perhaps revenue has started to pick up in 2016-17 but given 5 years of flat revenues (3.4% higher in 2015-16 vs 2011-12) that seems unlikely. PSMA represents just over 50% of OS total revenues, now add in the One Scotland agreement which will be influenced by the PSMA negotiation and the impact is even greater.

OS has taken little, if any, of the pressure of austerity that other parts of the public sector have experienced since 2010. One can imagine a scenario in which BEIS seeks to reduce the cost of the PSMA by 10%, 20% or more over the next 7 year period, that would have a pretty dramatic impact on OS. A 10% reduction in the value of the PSMA would almost halve OS net profit and 20% would reduce them to breakeven, anything more would be unthinkable in terms of the damage it would do. Of course BEIS doesn’t want to break OS, the public sector needs OS data as a core data resource and would struggle to replace OS as a supplier, hence suggestions from me and others that OS should be the custodian of the data rather than the owner which would allow competition to maintain the data. It will take some outstanding negotiation on behalf of OS with their principal share holder and customer to avoid this renegotiation substantially reducing profitability. Perhaps the recent announcement of 70 redundancies at OS is the start of a process to adapt to the probability of lower income from the public sector.

As far as I know there is a separate funding arrangement for OS OpenData

OS Opendata products are funded as a result of a commercial agreement between Central Government and OS, for the licence for OS OpenData and for its on-going maintenance. The Government is committed to ensuring a sustainable business model for OS to maintain their high quality data that is recognised worldwide. (source)

It doesn’t look as if the OpenData license is included in the current negotiations but it could well be up for a renegotiation soon and that is likely to put further pressure on OS finances and activity in the OpenData arena.

What will be the impact if the renegotiation results in significant revenue reduction? I think we may see further slimming down of OS. Where senior management will prioritise economies (including the current round of redundancies) remains to be seen but I imagine that maintaining a focus on data quality and operations will mean sales and marketing to the public sector, education and outreach, research and support for innovation as part of OpenData could all come under pressure.

Life would be easier if non public sector revenues could be accelerated but this has been on the agenda for nearly a decade and the breakthrough has yet to materialise.

That illusive sale (or introduction of external investment) seems to be further away than ever, but then I did point out some of the difficulties to the previous Chancellor of the Exchequer in 2015!

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gvSIG Team: Reprojection with transformation has been fixed for gvSIG 2.3.1

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2017-04-03 12:42

GDAL was included in gvSIG 2.3.1 version as library for raster information accessing and projections, which added new formats to be loaded in gvSIG too, both vector and raster ones. Including this library for projections, the reprojection using transformation, including grids stopped working.

This problem has been fixed already through a plugin that can be installed on this version.

For that you have to follow these steps:

  • Access to the Add-ons manager (from the Tools menu).
  • Mark the “Installation from URL” option.
  • Select “Testing gvSIG repository – http://downloads.gvsig.org/download/gvsig-desktop-testing/” server and press “Next”.
  • At the list of add-ons we will look for “CRS: CRS management (GDAL/Geotools based, Native)”, build 2.1.60-2115. We will mark it and we press “Next”.

  • We will press “Start download” and once it’s downloaded we press “Finish”.
  • Finally we restart gvSIG and it will be available.

At this way we will be able to reproject our layers using transformations, applying grids too.


Filed under: development, english, gvSIG Desktop Tagged: CRS, Reprojection
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gvSIG Team: Reproyección con transformación corregida en gvSIG 2.3.1

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2017-04-03 12:30

En la versión 2.3.1 de gvSIG se incluyó GDAL como librería de acceso a información ráster y proyecciones, lo que añadió también nuevos formatos que podían cargarse en gvSIG, tanto vectoriales cómo ráster. Al incluir esta librería para proyecciones se dejaron de soportar las reproyecciones con transformación, incluyendo las transformaciones con rejilla.

Este problema ha sido solucionado, y ya hay un plugin disponible para instalar sobre esta versión que corrige el problema.

Para ello se deben seguir los siguientes pasos:

  • Acceder al Administrador de complementos (en el menú Herramientas).
  • Marcar la opción de “Instalación por URL“.
  • Seleccionar el servidor “Testing gvSIG repository – http://downloads.gvsig.org/download/gvsig-desktop-testing/” y darle a “Siguiente”.
  • En el listado de complementos buscaremos “CRS: CRS management (GDAL/Geotools based, Native)”, build 2.1.60-2115. Lo marcaremos y le daremos a “Siguiente”.

  • Le daremos a “Comenzar descarga” y una vez descargado pincharemos en “Terminar”.
  • Finalmente reiniciamos gvSIG y ya lo tendremos disponible.

De esta forma podremos reproyectar nuestras capas con transformación, aplicando incluso rejilla.

Entre otras cosas, podremos reproyectar las capas de ED50 (sistema oficial de España hasta hace un tiempo) a ETRS89 (sistema oficial actual) utilizando la rejilla ofrecida por el Instituto Geográfico Nacional.


Filed under: development, gvSIG Desktop, spanish Tagged: CRS, rejilla, reproyección
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Fernando Quadro: Introdução ao GeoGig – Parte 3

OSGeo Planet - Mon, 2017-04-03 12:15

Preparando e importando os dados

O arquivo de dados zip contém vários shapefiles que podemos importar para o banco de dados PostGIS que acabamos de criar. Podemos usar QGIS para fazer a importação.

Inicie o QGIS e certifique-se de que o navegador do mesmo está visível, ativando-o no menu Exibir/Painéis. Ele deve aparecer por padrão no lado esquerdo da janela do seu QGIS.

Abra o OpenGeo Explorer, que deve aparecer no lado direito da sua janela do QGIS.

Agora defina uma conexão com o banco de dados PostGIS. Clique com o botão direito do mouse em “PostGIS Connections” no navegador, e selecione Nova conexão. Preencha a tela como mostrado abaixo.

Use geogig como password. Se você estiver executando um PostGIS padrão ao invés do OpenGeo Suite, sua porta será provavelmente a 5432 senão será a 54321.

A conexão do PostGIS (PostGIS Connections) deve ser atualizada e preenchida com as conexões atuais definidas no QGIS, entre elas a que você acabou de criar.

Você pode importar camadas simplesmente arrastando e soltando os arquivos correspondentes do navegador e no item de conexão no OpenGeo Explorer (você também pode soltá-los no item PostGIS no navegador QGIS, mas isso não é tão prático e não vai dar a você a opção de importar como geometrias individuais, o que é importante neste caso para alguns dos trabalhos que vamos fazer mais tarde).

Selecione todos os shapefiles do conjunto de dados da amostra e solte-os na conexão que definimos.

Uma caixa de diálogo será mostrada para configurar alguns parâmetros antes da importação. Certifique-se de configurá-los como mostrado na figura abaixo.

É importante marcar a caixa de seleção “Importar como geometrias individuais”, pois, como dissemos, isso será necessário para nosso trabalho posterior.

Clique em OK e os arquivos serão importados, criando uma tabela separada para cada um deles.

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gvSIG Team: La Asociación gvSIG contará su experiencia en el Space Apps Challenge de la NASA

OSGeo Planet - Sun, 2017-04-02 14:33

El Space Apps Challenge es un hackathon global de 48 horas para desarrolladores, diseñadores, científicos, ingenieros, emprendedores y estudiantes. En este hackathon participan más de 160 ciudades alrededor de todo el mundo simultáneamente. Los equipos crearán aplicaciones móviles, software, hardware, visualizaciones de datos y soluciones para plataformas frente a desafíos diseñados directamente por la NASA para contribuir a misiones de exploración del espacio y ayudar a mejorar la vida en la tierra.

Una de las ciudades participantes es Valencia, donde el equipo organizador nos ha invitado para acompañar a los participantes y presentar el día 29 de abril la ponencia “Sistemas de Información Geográfica en 3D, sinergias entre la tecnología valenciana gvSIG y la NASA”. Esperamos servir de inspiración a los participantes, contando los proyectos que nos llevaron a ser galardonados con el “Europa Challenge” en 2015 y 2016 por la NASA.

Todos aquellos que quieran participar tienen toda la información en la siguiente web:

https://spaceapps.lasnaves.com/


Filed under: events, gvSIG Desktop, premios, spanish Tagged: NASA
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OSGeo News: OSGeo Africa 2017

OSGeo Planet - Sun, 2017-04-02 13:11
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gvSIG Team: La implantación de gvSIG Online en el IPCE en el segundo especial de Mapping de las Jornadas Ibéricas de Infraestructuras de Datos Espaciales

OSGeo Planet - Sat, 2017-04-01 18:32

La revista Mapping dedica un segundo especial a las pasadas Jornadas Ibéricas de Infraestructuras de Datos Espaciales (JIIDE), incluyendo entre su selección de ponencias presentadas un artículo del SIG del Departamento de Conservación Preventiva del IPCE, donde la Asociación gvSIG ha implantado gvSIG Online, la plataforma en software libre para IDE.

Podéis acceder a su lectura en el siguiente enlace:

http://www.mappinginteractivo.es/images/revistas/REVISTA%20MAPPING%20181/REVISTA%20MAPPING%20181.html#/54/

Cada vez son más las entidades que están adoptando gvSIG Online como solución para poner en marcha su Infraestructura de Datos Espaciales. Si tú también estás interesado puedes contactarnos en info@gvsig.com


Filed under: geoportal, gvSIG Association, gvSIG Online, IDE, software libre, spanish
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Paulo van Breugel: Update r.vif add-on for GRASS GIS

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2017-03-31 19:27
I just updated the r.vif add-on. The add-on let’s you do a step-wise variance inflation factor (VIF) procedure. As explained in more detail here, the VIF  can be used to detect multicollinearity in a set of explanatory variables. The step-wise selection procedure provides a way to select a et of variables with sufficient low multicollinearity. … Continue reading Update r.vif add-on for GRASS GIS
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From GIS to Remote Sensing: SCP Questions of This Month: March

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2017-03-31 08:00
This post is a collection of questions and answers about the Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin (SCP) and remote sensing which were discussed in the Facebook group and the Google+ Community this month.
These questions vary from supervised classification technique to software issues, and can be useful to the readers of this blog for solving issues about the use of SCP.

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gvSIG Team: Vídeo-tutorial para aprender 3D en gvSIG Desktop

OSGeo Planet - Fri, 2017-03-31 07:46

En 2015 y 2016 la Asociación gvSIG fue galardonada con el “Europa Challenge” por la NASA por la integración del software 3D de este organismo (World Wind) en gvSIG Desktop. Actualmente en gvSIG Desktop tenemos la posibilidad de trabajar con Vistas 3D planas y esféricas, cargar datos ráster y modelos digitales del terreno, datos vectoriales rasterizados, con elevaciones o extrusionados, generar anaglifos, etc.

¿Te gustaría aprender a manejar todas estas herramientas?

Ahora lo tienes fácil, hemos publicado un vídeo-tutorial que muestra con que facilidad podemos aplicar la componente 3D a nuestra información geográfica. Además tienes disponibles los datos para poder replicar los ejercicios que aparecen en el webinar.

Es la hora de utilizar la tercera dimensión…sigue leyendo


Filed under: gvSIG Desktop, spanish Tagged: 3D, Extrusión, World Wind
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GeoSolutions: Meet GeoSolutions at FOSS4G Boston 2017

OSGeo Planet - Thu, 2017-03-30 10:06

foss4g 2017

Dear Reader, GeoSolutions is pleased to announce its presence at FOSS4G 2017 in Boston, USA, from 14th to 17th August. The annual FOSS4G conference is the largest global event for Open Source geospatial solutions, and this year will be held in USA after 3 years. FOSS4G brings together developers, users, decision-makers and businessmen from a broad spectrum of organizations and fields of operation.

GeoSolutions is proud supporter for the event as a Bronze Sponsor but we have also submitted a number of presentations and workshops on GeoServer as well as MapStore.

The workshops programme has been announced but not yet finalized. GeoSolutions will have two workshops on GeoServer as follow:

  • Enterprise class deployment for GeoServer and GeoWebcache: optimizing performances and availability, which will provide advanced information on how to fine tune GeoServer for performance and availability.
  • OGC Services in Action: an introduction with GeoServer which will provide an introduction to OGC Services using GeoServer.

In addition the community program review is ongoing, you can cast your vote using this page. If you want to know more about our work on GeoServer and MapStore, make sure to rate our presentations accordingly

Once the program will be finalized we will update this post with the schedule of our workshops/presentations (crossing our fingers here :)).

If you have additional questions, don't hesitate to contact us, meanwhile stay tuned for further information!

The GeoSolutions Team, Geosolutions
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gvSIG Team: Vídeo-tutorial para aprender Georreferenciación con gvSIG Desktop

OSGeo Planet - Wed, 2017-03-29 09:39

La georreferenciación es un aspecto fundamental en el análisis de datos espaciales, pues nos indica la correcta localización de la información a analizar. Por georreferenciación entendemos la técnica de posicionamiento espacial de una entidad en una localización geográfica única y bien definida en un sistema de coordenadas y datum específicos. En un Sistema de Información Geográfica la herramienta de georreferenciación se aplica a información ráster (imágenes) sin coordenadas que requieren ser posicionadas adecuadamente, utilizando para ello una serie de puntos de control (puntos de coordenadas conocidas).

Dentro de la serie de webinars realizados en el marco de la colaboración con la Universidad Miguel Hernández hoy os presentamos el que os permitirá aprender a georreferenciar con gvSIG.

¿Listos para aprender a utilizar esta herramienta? Pues pulsa aquí…


Filed under: gvSIG Desktop, spanish Tagged: georreferenciación, tutorial
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GeoSolutions: GeoSolutions Silver OSGeo Sponsorship

OSGeo Planet - Tue, 2017-03-28 18:44

Silver Sponsor

The Open Source Geospatial Foundation is pleased to welcome GeoSolutions to its sponsorship program. GeoSolutions builds on a deep commitment to open source with a Silver Sponsorship of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation for 2017.

GeoSolutions is a long standing member of our community with a tradition of supporting regional and international events financially, and providing hands-on participation and direction for our OSGeo projects.

In 2017 GeoSolutions has committed to financially support the local FOSS4G IT event, the global FOSS4G 2017 event in Boston, and the regional FOSS4G Europe event. In addition GeoSolutions has hosted a GeoServer code sprint (in-kind contributions go a long way towards making these activities feasible).

OSGeo would like to thank GeoSolutions for extending their deep commitment to our community with their generous financial support in 2017.

About GeoSolutions

GeoSolutions is an Italian SME specialized in the processing and dissemination of raster and vector geospatial data with Open Source software according to the specifications created by Open Geospatial consortium (OGC) and the ISO Technical Committee 211. GeoSolutions’ team is composed by renowned international professionals with leading roles in some of the main Open Source products for the geospatial field like GeoServer, GeoNetwork, GeoNode and Mapstore.

GeoSolutions counts among its customers major national and international government agencies as well as private companies worldwide. EU Joint Research Centre (JRC), United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), United Nations World Food Program (WFP), World Bank, German Space Agency (DLR), EUMETSAT, E-GEOS, NATO STO CMRE, European Maritime Security Agency (EMSA), Finland National Geological Survey (NLS) as well as the municipalities of Helsinki, Genoa and Florence have chosen GeoSolutions to support their infrastructures.

GeoSolutions provides Enterprise Support Services for GeoServer, GeoNode, MapStore and GeoNetwork. This support is backed by a history of technical innovation providing the driving force behind libraries including ImageIO-Ext, JAI-Ext and GeoTools. Thanks to the wide experience gained in supporting organizations for mission critical projects, GeoSolutions is able to provide reliable and cost-effective custom tailored solutions leveraging on the products above in order to respond efficiently to the customers’ needs.

GeoSolutions is proud to be an OGC Member since 2016, and to support OSGeo in 2017 with a Silver Sponsorship.

About the Foundation

The Open Source Geospatial Foundation is not-for-profit organization to foster global adoption of open source geospatial technology. OSGeo serves as an outreach and advocacy organization providing financial, organizational and legal support for the open source geospatial community.

OSGeo sponsorship is available on an annual basis for foundation projects, events, local chapters and operations. Visit www.osgeo.org/sponsorship for more information.

If you are interested in learning about how GeoSolutions can help you achieving your goals with open source products like GeoServerMapStore, GeoNode and GeoNetwork through Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!

The GeoSolutions team,
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