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I. Overview of Open Source SWI-1. What is Open Source SW?q  Open source SW(OSS) is the computer SW that is available in s...
I. Overview of Open Source SWI-2. Cathedral vs. Bazaarq  Open Source Software Development Model                     <Clos...
I. Overview of Open Source SWI-3. Open Source SW vs. Freewareq  Open Source SW vs. Freeware                    OSS       ...
I. Overview of Open Source SWI-4. Benefits of Open Source SWq  Benefits of Open Source Software purported by OSS Communit...
I. Overview of Open Source SWI-4. Benefits of Open Source SWq  Open Source Advantages over Commercial SW        §  Open ...
II. Open Source GISII-1. What is Open Source GIS?q  Open Source GIS        •    FOSS4G : Free Open Source Software for Ge...
II. Open Source GISII-2. Why Open Source GIS?q  Current State & Needs of Open Source GIS       Current State        ü  B...
II. Open Source GISII-3. Characteristics of GISq  Characteristics of GIS             §  GIS = Vertical Set of Many Softw...
II. Open Source GISII-4. GIS : Vertical Set of Many Softwareq  Characteristics of GIS : Vertical Set of Many Software    ...
II. Open Source GISII-5. Another Lego Blockq  Open Source GIS as Substitute for Proprietary Software                   Ar...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  FOSS4G Projects under OSGeo Umbrella                               ...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  C Tribe                                                            ...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  Java Tribe                                       gvSIG             ...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  .Net Tribe                           MapWindow                     ...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  Web Tribe                           Ka-Map                         ...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-2. FOSS4G Based NSDIq  FOSS4G Based SDI ArchitectureAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Prese...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-2. FOSS4G Based NSDIq  FOSS4G Ecosystems                                                ...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-2. FOSS4G Based NSDIq  Geo Bolivia        •    Pursuing Open Source GIS based NSDIAGF 20...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-2. FOSS4G Based NSDIq  EU : INSPIRE        •    Hybrid model by mixing proprietary and f...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  IGN, France                              http://www.ign.fr      è  Mana...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  MassGIS, USA                                 http://maps.massgis.state.m...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  National Broadband Map, FCC of USA                                      ...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  TriMet, Portland USA                                                    ...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  Open Source GIS Adoptions in KoreaAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Present...
III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-4. Open GeoDataq  Open Street Map                è  OSM is made & published by people’s...
IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-1. General Informationq  OSGeo General                                               ...
IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-2. Goal & Activitiesq  Goal & Activities of OSGeo                     Goal           ...
IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-3. Governance Structureq  Governance Structure of OSGeoAGF 2012 – Open Source Session...
IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-4. Activity Meterq  OSGeo Activity Meter              Mailing Lists                  ...
IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-5. Incubationq  OSGeo Incubation        •    Efforts for ensuring high quality open s...
IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-5. Incubationq  OSGeo Incubation Projects Statistics               Period            ...
IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-6. OSGeo Liveq  Enterprise Ready Open Source GIS StacksAGF 2012 – Open Source Session...
IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-7. Conferencesq  FOSS4G Conference        •    Annual largest open source GIS confere...
V. Wrap-upV-1. Wrap-up      Advance of Ope                  • Open Source GIS is now comparable with commercial proprietar...
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  1. 1. Let’s Grow Together!!- A general introduction of Open Source GIS & OSGeo - 19th, Sep, 2012 AGF Open Source Session Gaia3D, Inc. Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  2. 2. $57.32$31.92
  3. 3. I. Overview of Open Source SWI-1. What is Open Source SW?q  Open source SW(OSS) is the computer SW that is available in source code form under certain licenses.q  Users of OSS are permitted to use, copy, study, change, improve and even redistribute those OSS freely.q  ‘Free’ does not mean ‘Free of Charge’ but ‘Freedom’ Freedom Of Software Freedom Freedom of of Use Redistribute Freedom Freedom of of Copy ModifyAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 3 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  4. 4. I. Overview of Open Source SWI-2. Cathedral vs. Bazaarq  Open Source Software Development Model <Closed Development> <Open Development> Cathedral Bazaar In-House Collaborative Development Development Leverage own knowledge Leverage others knowledge too§  Designed and developed by inside R&D lab §  Designed and developed with other outside partners§  Inside knowledge, intellectual property, experiences §  Inside knowledge + outside knowledge§  Idling knowledge, limited leveraging outside knowledge §  ‘We are smarter than Me!!’ è  Leveraging inside & outside knowledgeAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 4 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  5. 5. I. Overview of Open Source SWI-3. Open Source SW vs. Freewareq  Open Source SW vs. Freeware OSS Freeware •  Users have the right to access & modify th •  Freeware is usually distributed in a form of e source codes. binary at ‘Free of Charge’, but does not op en source codes itself. •  In case original programmer disappeared, users & developer group of the S/W usuall •  Developer of freeware could abandon dev y keep its support to the S/W. elopment at any time and then final versio n will be the last version of the freeware. N •  OSS usually has the strong users & develo o enhancements will be made by others. pers group that manage and maintain the project •  Possibility of changing its licensing policy §  OSS is different from Freeware §  Antonym of OSS would be ‘Closed Source S/W’ or ‘Proprietary S/W’ §  Recently OSS is also regarded as ‘Commercial S/W’AGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 5 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  6. 6. I. Overview of Open Source SWI-4. Benefits of Open Source SWq  Benefits of Open Source Software purported by OSS Community §  Save money, save resources, increase stability, access to source code, access to skilled community of dev elopers 1. Technological 2. Economical 3. Business 4. Other Aspects Aspects Aspects Aspects Rapid development of high- Very low adoption cost Extend company’s product Reduce energy class SW s portfolio Reduce SW development Self-Satisfaction Increased stability by skilled cost Open up new market by pr community review oviding diversified services Help society Easy to customize & products Reduce technological gap t o leading proprietary SW co Reuse successful story Improve brand image of co mpany mpany Internalize outside SW deve loper resources Develop the society by sharing technology & outcomes!!AGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 6 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  7. 7. I. Overview of Open Source SWI-4. Benefits of Open Source SWq  Open Source Advantages over Commercial SW §  Open source’s price tag is clearly important driver. OSS is practically cheaper than commercial one. §  57% said that accessibility to source code really matters and 41% cited community code review as an imp ortant benefit over proprietary. è  Price & open source code are key factors! Price 80% Source Code Access 57% Community Code Review 41% Don’t Know 20% Bug Fix Turnaround 18% Security 15% Code Quality 15% Best Product Functionality 15% Easier to Adopt in Organization 10% Other 6% IP Protection 5% * Source : Barracuda Networks 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%AGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 7 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  8. 8. II. Open Source GISII-1. What is Open Source GIS?q  Open Source GIS •  FOSS4G : Free Open Source Software for Geo-Spatial •  GeoFOSS : GeoSpatial Free Open Source SoftwareAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 8 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  9. 9. II. Open Source GISII-2. Why Open Source GIS?q  Current State & Needs of Open Source GIS Current State ü  Boom-up of Open Source & Open Source GIS - Around 300 ~ 400 Open Source GIS projects are available (Freegis.org, 2011) ü  Advance of Open Source GIS - OSGeo Foundation : Commercial proprietary GIS SW can be replaced with Open Source GIS - Google used Open Source based GDAL in its Google Earth program - AutoDesk opend the source code of MapGuide, FDO & MetaCRS and then donated those to OSGeo - ESRI actively used GDAL and also changed its ArcGIS GeoPortal Server to Open Source based one ü  Active adoption of Open Source GIS in UN, EU, USA , Canada and other countries Necessity ü  Want to meet lots of needs of GIS from public sectors ü  Want More with Less!! ü  Want to replicate other people & institution’s experience ü  Want to manage & modify the system by ourselves!!AGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 9 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  10. 10. II. Open Source GISII-3. Characteristics of GISq  Characteristics of GIS §  GIS = Vertical Set of Many Software •  Interoperability is very crucial among components •  Linux, Apache, PHP are Horizontal based Software •  GIS is Vertical Architecture based one from DB to web client §  GIS as Public Infrastructure = Spatial Data Infrastructure •  Vendor neutral, standard based architecture is very important •  Active standardization by ISO, OGC §  Open Source GIS as another Lego Block •  Active implementation of “Standard Compatibility” by Open Source GIS •  Open Source GIS could replace commercial proprietary SW/ComponentsAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 10 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  11. 11. II. Open Source GISII-4. GIS : Vertical Set of Many Softwareq  Characteristics of GIS : Vertical Set of Many Software Client ArcMAP Google Earth QGIS Web Interface WMS WFS WCS CSW Middleware ArcTMS TMS GeoWebCache Server ArcServer ArcSDE GeoServer MIP DBMS Oracle PostgreSQL Data Map Image DEMAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 11 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  12. 12. II. Open Source GISII-5. Another Lego Blockq  Open Source GIS as Substitute for Proprietary Software ArcReader Viewing uDig, GRASS, gvSIG, QGIS, OSSIM ArcMap/ArcGIS Cartography uDig, GRASS, gvSIG, QGIS, OSSIM ArcINFO/ArcGRID Analysis GRASS, OSSIM, SEXTANTE ArcPad Devices gvSIG mobile ArcSDE Database PostGIS ArcIMS Web Mapserver, GeoServer, DeeGree ArcGIS Server Spatial Server GRASS, SEXTANTE VB, Python Scripting PHP, Python, Perl, C#.net, etc… •  Source : Prof. Kwangwoo NamAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 12 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  13. 13. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  FOSS4G Projects under OSGeo Umbrella Geospatial Web Libraries Mapping Metadata Desktop Catalog GISAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 13 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  14. 14. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  C Tribe TerraLib PostGIS MapGuide GEOS OSSIM GRASS OGR/GDAL Mapserver Proj4 QGIS FDO GMT •  Source : Tyler MitchellAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 14 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  15. 15. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  Java Tribe gvSIG GeoAPI OpenMap uDig GeoTools GeoServer JUMP JTS Topolog y Suite DeeGree •  Source : Tyler MitchellAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 15 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  16. 16. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  .Net Tribe MapWindow Proj4 Proj.Net WorldWind NTS JTS SharpMap GDAL OGR •  Source : Tyler MitchellAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 16 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  17. 17. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-1. FOSS4G Projectsq  Web Tribe Ka-Map CartoWeb Mapserver MapBender WMS MapBuilder OpenLayers TileCache FeatureServer PostGIS GeoExt MapFish Geoserver OpenScales ExtJS •  Source : Tyler MitchellAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 17 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  18. 18. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-2. FOSS4G Based NSDIq  FOSS4G Based SDI ArchitectureAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 18 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  19. 19. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-2. FOSS4G Based NSDIq  FOSS4G Ecosystems QGIS Map Window Open Layers GeoExt Client uDIG World Wind Open Scales Map Fish OWS Interface Middleware Squid TMS GeoWebCache Server MapServer MapGuide GeoServer Deegree GRASS GeoNetwork DBMS PostgreSQL + PostGI S Data Open Street Map Open Aerial Map GeoNamesAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 19 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  20. 20. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-2. FOSS4G Based NSDIq  Geo Bolivia •  Pursuing Open Source GIS based NSDIAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 20 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  21. 21. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-2. FOSS4G Based NSDIq  EU : INSPIRE •  Hybrid model by mixing proprietary and foss4g EU : INSPIREAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 21 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  22. 22. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  IGN, France http://www.ign.fr è  Managing more than 100M spatial entities using PostGISAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 22 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  23. 23. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  MassGIS, USA http://maps.massgis.state.ma.us/map_ol/moris.php?Yes=Yes è  Using PostGIS, GeoServer, GeoExt with ESRI ProductsAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 23 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  24. 24. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  National Broadband Map, FCC of USA http://www.broadbandmap.gov/ è  Using PostGIS, GeoServer, OpenLayersAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 24 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  25. 25. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  TriMet, Portland USA http://trimet.org/ è  Using PostGIS, GeoServer, OpenLayersAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 25 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  26. 26. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-3. Real Casesq  Open Source GIS Adoptions in KoreaAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 26 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  27. 27. III. Open Source GIS ProjectsIII-4. Open GeoDataq  Open Street Map è  OSM is made & published by people’s participation!!AGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 27 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  28. 28. IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-1. General Informationq  OSGeo General OSGeo - Open Source Geospatial Foundation •  Established in Chicago, US on 4th February , 2006. •  Mission : To support the collaborative devel opment of open source geospatial software , and promote its widespread use. •  OSGeo is a NPO that is functioning as com munity of communities.AGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 28 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  29. 29. IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-2. Goal & Activitiesq  Goal & Activities of OSGeo Goal Activities ü Provide resources for FOSS4G projects ü Support FOSS4G on a global scale - Infrastructures - Legal ü Support local activities and capacities - Financial ü Facilitate inter-project communication ü Promote free and open geospatial data ü Build a solid market for business and users ü Create and maintain a quality brand ü Interface with industry and academia ü Create and promote free curriculum ü Support the education of domain experts not <bra ü Promote and contribute to standards nd specialists> http://www.osgeo.orgAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 29 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  30. 30. IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-3. Governance Structureq  Governance Structure of OSGeoAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 30 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  31. 31. IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-4. Activity Meterq  OSGeo Activity Meter Mailing Lists Unique Year No. of Lists Subscribers Subscribers 2008 106 13,323 10,410 2009 137 20,640 12,904 2010 164 27,504 15,423 2011 183 32,109 19,471 Source : http://lists.osgeo.orgAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 31 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  32. 32. IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-5. Incubationq  OSGeo Incubation •  Efforts for ensuring high quality open source GIS development •  A kind of project health inspection 1 Have a successfully operating open and collaborative development community 2 Have clear IP oversight of the code base of the project 3 Adopt the OSGeo principles and operating principles 4 Are mentored through the incubation processAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 32 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  33. 33. IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-5. Incubationq  OSGeo Incubation Projects Statistics Period Projects Lines of Code Contributors 12mo Contrib. 2007-00 4,700,000 182 2008-11 15 7,766,360 442 279 2009-10 16 13,406,517 547 2010-03 19 12,211,439 636 299 2010-08 19 12,767,587 657 301 2011-09 19 15,793,310 743 269AGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 33 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  34. 34. IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-6. OSGeo Liveq  Enterprise Ready Open Source GIS StacksAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 34 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  35. 35. IV. OSGeo(Open Source GeoSpatial)IV-7. Conferencesq  FOSS4G Conference •  Annual largest open source GIS conference hosted by OSGeo •  FOSS4G 2013 will be held at Nottingham, UKAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 35 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  36. 36. V. Wrap-upV-1. Wrap-up Advance of Ope • Open Source GIS is now comparable with commercial proprietary GIS n Source GIS • Open Source GIS is now actively adopted & used all around the world • Open Source GIS is basically free. Cost Reduction • The price of commercial Open Source GIS is lower than proprietary one • Almost all the Open Source GIS is compliant with OGC standards Interoperability • Open Source GIS can be used with existing proprietary GIS Opened • Anybody can modify & upgrade the system from the source code level Source Code • Can easily replicate or migrate success cases to their system • Collaboration, sharing & community based SW development model Collaboration • Source code will be managed by community not by company based SW • Neutrality from specific technology or company • Anybody can join and contribute to Open Source GIS with OSGeoAGF 2012 – Open Source Session Presentation 19/09 36 Shin, Sanghee(shshin@gaia3d.com)
  37. 37. Thank you Q&A

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