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GeOrchestra’s core relies on a security proxy based on Spring Security and on a single-sign-on system using CAS. geOrchestra provides independant and interoperable modules to build your own custom spatial data infrastructure: a data catalog based on GeoNetwork version 2.10, a map and feature server: GeoServer version 2.5.4, an advanced data access list manager: GeoFence, a map tiles server: GeoWebCache version 1.5.1, an advanced web map viewer with query, styling, editing functions, a data extractor to extract, reproject and download datasets from OGC services, a user and group manager (“ldapadmin”), a module to display data usage statistics (“analytics”).
License All geOrchestra modules are available under the terms of the GNU GPL v3 license, except: EasySDI - Fonctionnalités. Esri Geoportal Server - Open Source Software. Accueil. GeOrchestra Spatial Data Infrastructure. Sdi.suite, une suite logicielle pour les infrastructures de données spatiales. Les produits ESRI offrent une large gamme de fonctionnalités qui peuvent être utilisées lors de la mise en place et de l’utilisation d’infrastructures de données spatiales.
Afin d’atteindre un niveau de compatibilité et d’interopérabilité optimal avec d’autres systèmes, les outils propriétaires doivent offrir des interfaces basées sur des standards tels que définis par l’OGC ou l’ISO (p. ex WMS, WFS, ISO 19115, 19119, GML). Ces interfaces standardisées permettent de s’affranchir de la dépendance envers un fournisseur de logiciel propriétaire lors de l’utilisation de services ou d’applications constitutives d’une IDS. Les outils de sdi.suite constituent une extension idéale lors de la mise en place d’une IDS basée sur les outils ESRI. Ils présentent l’avantage d’être basés sur le respect des standards ouverts, et également d’être optimisés pour fonctionner dans un environnement ESRI. GeoMapApp.
Leaflet Quick Start Guide A simple step-by-step guide that will quickly get you started with Leaflet basics, including setting up a Leaflet map (with Mapbox tiles) on your page, working with markers, polylines and popups, and dealing with events. Leaflet on Mobile In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a fullscreen map tuned for mobile devices like iPhone, iPad or Android phones, and how to easily detect and use the current user location. Markers with Custom Icons In this pretty tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily define your own icons for use by the markers you put on the map. Using GeoJSON with Leaflet In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create and interact with map vectors created from GeoJSON objects.
Interactive Choropleth Map A case study of creating a colorful interactive choropleth map of US States Population Density with GeoJSON and some custom controls. Geoserver - the "go-between" - Wind Energy Certificate Program - UIowa Wiki. From the Geoserver webpage ( A couple of things to remember: Geoserver is located on the server-side it can be managed through a web interface - usually from a URL similar to the following: Geoserver is a "go-between" between spatial data and transformed representations of that spatial data.
Data sources for Geoserver include: PostgreSQL databases (more about PostgreSQL here: Shapefiles (ESRI data format) Web feature service layers - more information in spatial data standards Raster formats including ArcGrid, GeoTIFF, Gtopo30, ImageMosaic, WorldImage,etc. And much more What can it do? OpenGeo Community Suite - Wind Energy Certificate Program - UIowa Wiki. Table of Contents The OpenGeo Community Suite (OCS) is free version of the OpenGeo Suite from OpenPlans, a 501c3 not for profit.
Find more information about OpenPlans here. Since this version is free, you can download it and install on your personal computer running Windows, Linux or Mac OS X. The Community version is available here: The OpenGeo Suite is a web-based geospatial software platform that allows users to create, store, edit, analyze, and visualize spatial information inside of a lightweight web-application. Figure 1. The Suite consists of many open-source geospatial applications that are also standalone applications. Axis Maps - Cartography. Visualization. Design. Indiemapper - Free yourself from GIS. Contents. Cartography is the science of map-making.
It comprises many problems and techniques, including: measuring the Earth's shape and features collecting and storing information about terrain, places and people representing the three-dimensional planet as flat maps (my main concern) devising and designing conventions for graphical representation of data printing and publishing information. There is an endless variety of geographic maps for every kind of purpose. When looking at two different world maps one can wonder why the differences: do we draw the world as a rectangle, or an oval? Shouldn't it be a circle? One important concern of cartography is solving how to project, i.e. transfer points from an almost spherical lump of rock (our Earth) onto flat surfaces, either paper pages or computer screens. Here are informally described important cartographic concepts, how maps are drawn and why there are so many different kinds of projections for world maps.
UnivRennes. CRS-EU Home. This Information and Service System for European Coordinate Reference Systems was established to support the users of spatial information in Europe.
It is a common project of: RechercheJanvier14. En:api [GEOWIKI] The GeoAPI is a web delivered service platform delivering both data and functionality, enabling geographical information to be viewed on a map.
Just as with the geoportail.lu web service, the GeoAPI enables the integration in external web pages of the geoportail functionality. Although the options for data processing are limited compared with “real” office GIS software, some targeted queries and analyses are possible. A web GIS makes access to geographical information truly independent of platform, installation and location. Welcome to MapServer — MapServer 6.4.0 documentation. The OGC's Role in Geosciences and the Environment. Top As the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says in its introduction to the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS), "...while there are thousands of moored and free floating data buoys in the world's oceans, thousands of land-based environmental stations, and over 50 environmental satellites orbiting the globe, all providing millions of data sets, most of these technologies do not yet talk to each other.
" Even though many of these data sets are coordinated globally through existing global institutions, the constraints of efficiency, cost, timeliness and safety criticality have militated against wider exchanges that are now becoming expected. Turning ERS & ECW files into GeoTiffs.docx - ERS_ECW_to_GeoTiff.pdf. Ressources - Esri France - Lire des images au format ECW. Cartographie : fichier .map et .ecw.