OSGeo Live Lightening Overview

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A talk about the OSGeo Live project; covering 43 projects that are available in a live DVD format (for you to run without installing). The project is much improved with OGC documentation and a …

A talk about the OSGeo Live project; covering 43 projects that are available in a live DVD format (for you to run without installing). The project is much improved with OGC documentation and a description of many of the projects. New this year (thanks to some sponsorship) is quickstarts for several of the projects.

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  • 1. OSGeo Live Lightning Overview Jody Garnett
  • 2. Welcome to FOSS4G
    • What is “Lightning about a 90 mins presentation”?
      • Nothing!
      • 3. Everything: There are 43 projects, 90 seconds a project
    • Quick rundown of the OSGeo Live project
    • 4. An Overview of the products included
      • Learn what is available today
      • 5. Great for planning your activities this week!
      • 6. Background information ... like who pays!
    • Using OSGeo Live to bring the conference Home
  • 7. OSGeo Live Project
  • 8. What does it look like?
  • 9. Scale of OSGeo Live
    • Team of core developers
      • Alex Mandel, Cameron Shorter, Hamish Bowman
    • 3 mirrors of the OSGeo Live
    • 10. Along with one person from each project
      • 35 volunteers listed!
      • 11. Worldwide representation
    • Related activities
      • Conferences, Click-to-try, Workshops, etc...
  • 12. FOSS4G 2007
    • Initial idea of creating a DVD
    • 13. Tip
      • Many good things start at FOSS4G
      • 14. Go to a Bird of Feather session!
  • 15. FOSS4G 2009 – Version 2
    • Version 2.0
      • “Arramagong” produced by LISAsoft
      • 16. The name means “Wombats run down holes”
      • 17. Cameron Shorter inspired everyone to bring this one in
    • Contents
      • Increase to 21 projects
      • 18. Xbuntu based, with an actual build process
    • Success!
      • FOSS4G provided a printing run
      • 19. Used an example “template” script inviting others to fill in the blanks in order to take part
      • 20. 48 hour build cycle (automation!)
  • 21. FIG 2010 – Version 3
    • An international Surveyors conference
      • “Arramagong”
      • 22. A wombat is like a cute bager
    • Contents
      • 34 projects represented
    • Success
      • LISAsoft sponsored a printing run
      • 23. Tyler Mitchell
      • 24. Used in training courses
  • 25. FOSS4G 2010 – Version 4
    • Version 4.0
      • “OSGeo Live”
      • 26. 100% less wombat references
    • Contents
      • 43 projects!
      • 27. Project Documentation! OGC Standards Documentation!
    • Success
      • FOSS4G provided a printing run
      • 28. Two weeks of QA prior to FOSS4G
        • 5% failure rate (a couple projects need workarounds)
      • Templates provided for overview documentation
  • 29. Sponsorship
    • FOSS4G
      • Paid for each Printing Run (Thank you!)
    • CRCSI
      • Paid for a Printing Run
    • Other
      • LISAsoft: supplied staff
      • 30. Autodesk: Hired Trevor Wekel to package up MapGuide Open Source for inclusion
    • OSDM
      • Paid for a QA run of the Project Overviews
    • Information Center for the Env. At University of California
  • 31. In-Kind Contributions
    • OGC – Documentation on Standards
      • In layman terms (good to see!)
    • Project Communities
      • Programs!
      • 32. Documentation!
    • Packagers
      • Templates for Project Developers
      • 33. Build Scripts
      • 34. Quality Assurance
  • 35. Why is OSGeo Live Successful Today
    • Gap between ...
    • 36. Developers who write the software
      • Cost of writing “proper” Linux installers was too expensive
      • 37. Producing DVDs takes too much time
    • And installers who package it for others
      • Cost of figuring out the software too expensive
      • 38. Cost of describing the software too expensive
    • OSGeo Live bridges this Gap
      • “project management” for developers and installers
      • 39. Arrange sponsorship for DVD print runs
      • 40. Contact point for conferences and education programs
  • 41. OSGeo Live is Valuable
    • Great example of collaboration to produce value!
    • 42. Conferences:
      • Provide Printing, and get a great ready-to-run DVD for your delegates
      • 43. A bit more effort and you can brand to match your conference
  • 44. How to Help!
    • Volunteer on our mailing list
    • 45. Sponsor an activity
  • 46. The Projects
  • 47. The Projects
    • There are a couple of ways to think about the projects
    • 48. For each project
    • For more information please check the OSGeo Live documentation on your DVD
    • 55. Some projects also have a “Quickstart” which is a good help
  • 56. Stack Grouping? ICON_Server_flat_Q408.png ICON_PDA_Q308 ICON_Laptop_Q308 gvSIG ICON_Desktop_Q308 ICON_USB_Q308 Y:lisasoftmarketingPresentations2008-11 OSDCMark Leslie -OpenSource-stackimageslogo-QGIS.png DMZ Enterprise Services Disk Array Information Browser Mobile gvSig Mobile Data Products OSM Application Server Desktop MapServer Grass GIS deegree PostGIS OpenLayers OpenLayers_logo.wmf TileCache MetaCarta_logo_FINAL.eps GeoServer GeoServer_MARK.png GeoNetwork QuantumGIS uDig Y:lisasoftmarketingPresentations2008-11 OSDCMark Leslie -OpenSource-stackimageslogo-uDig.png Mapbender Y:lisasoftmarketingPresentations2008-11 OSDCMark Leslie -OpenSource-stackimageslogo-Mapbender.png gvSig gvSIG gvSig gvSIG JUMP Y:lisasoftmarketingPresentations2008-11 OSDCMark Leslie -OpenSource-stackimageslogo-JUMP.png kosmo
  • 57. Network Grouping? GeoTools Batik JTS PROJ GEOS GDAL/OGR FDO GeoAPI NTS PostGIS WKT4J SharpMap Geotools.Net monoGIS uDig gvSig JUMP OpenJump Kosmo deeJUMP GeoPISTA gvSigMobile ImageIO-EXT WorldWind OSSIM ILWIS QGIS GRASS SAGA CatMDEdit MapWindow DIVAGIS JGrass Mapserver MySQL MapGuide OS DeeGree GeoServer GeoNetwork Ka-Map Chameleon CartoWeb MapBuilder Mapbender OpenLayers Spatial Data Intergrator SEXTANTE
  • 58. OSGeo Live Grouping Desktop Applications Crisis Management Spatial Tools Web Services Web Mapping Database Maps and Navigation
  • 59. Web Services Web Services deegree GeoNetwork GeoServer GeoServer_MARK.png MapGuide Open Souce MapServer ZOO Project 52'North QGIS MapServer
  • 60. Web Services
    • This is actually where a lot of the action is, support for Standards is important here
    • 61. Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) / ISO TC211 Standards
      • Web Map Service – draws a map
      • 62. Web Feature Service – raw vector+attribtues=feature data
      • 63. Web Coverage Service – raw raster data
      • 64. Web Processing Service – remote modelling and analysis
      • 65. Sensor Observation Service – data collection from field
      • 66. OGC has supplied an intro for the OSGeoLive
    • No clear cut distinction between web services and vertical web mapping solutions
      • This is about interoperability so you get to choose
      • 67. These components are often included in vertical solutions
  • 68. 52°North WPS
    • Core GIS functions:
      • Simple Buffer Algorithm
      • 69. Douglas Peucker Algorithm
      • 70. Intersection Algorithm
    • Back-end algorithms available through:
      • Sextante
      • 71. ArcGIS Server
    • Input and Output formats supported:
      • Vector Data: GML2, GML3, SHP files, KML, WKT (Well-known Text)
      • 72. Raster Data: Geotiff, AsciiGrid
    • A browser based client
  • 73. http://52north.org/wps
  • 74. 52°North WPS Sponsors
    • 52north
  • 75. deegree
    • Developed by University of Bonn and Lat/Lon
    • 76. An excellent implementation of almost everything: WMS, WFS, WCS, CS-W, Gazetteer, WPS, ...
    • 77. Java based application with LGPL license
    • 78. Developer Community hard at work on deegree 3
    • 79. Graduated as an OSGeo project in 2009
  • 80. deegree
    • OSGeo Project (LGPL)
    • 81. Standards: Everything!
      • WMS, WFS, WCS, CSW, WPVS, WCTS, WPS, SOS
    • Sample Features
      • Flexible Web Map Service
      • 82. Feature Service with on the fly transformation
      • 83. Complex Feature support (to align with INSPIRE)
      • 84. Coverage Service GeoTiff, ECW and Oracle Raster
      • 85. Catalogue Service using PostgreSQL or Oracle
      • 86. Web Map Print Service
  • 87. http://deegree.org/
  • 88. deegree sponsors
    • University of Bonn, Department of Geography, GIS Unit
    • 89. lat/lon GmbH
  • 90. GeoNetwork Open Source
    • Catalogue Service
      • Reference implementation of CAT 2.0.1
    • Initially development: UN Food and Agriculture
    • 91. It is 2am – do you know where your data is?
    • 92. Healthy Diverse community
      • Occasional Regional Differences (example BlueNET)
  • 93. http://geonetwork-opensource.org
  • 94. GeoNetwork Sponsors
  • 96. GeoServer
    • An excellent Web Map Service
    • 97. Web Feature Service
      • offering WFS-T for editing
      • 98. Reference for of WFS 1.1 and 1.0
    • Web Coverage Service
      • Reference for of WCS 1.1.0
    • GPL 2.0, Java based
    • 99. Excellent out of the box experience
    • 100. Breaking news
      • Entering the OSGeo Incubation Process!
      • 101. New configuration user interface
      • 102. AuScope is working hard on Application Schema support
  • 103. http://geoserver.org/
  • 104. GeoServer Sponsors and Support
  • 120. MapGuide Open Source
    • A great example of an end-to-end mapping solution
    • 121. One of the original OSGeo Projects (LGPL)
    • 122. Standards: WMS
    • 123. Core Features
      • Interactive Map Viewing
      • 124. Quality Cartographic Output
      • 125. Build-in Resource Database for Manageability
      • 126. Uniform Data Access (FDO data access library)
      • 127. Flexible Application Development (PHP,.NET,Java)
      • 128. Extensive Server-Side APIs
      • 129. Fast, Scalable, Secure Server Platform
      • 130. Multiple Platform Support (32 & 64 bit mapping sever)
      • 131. Dynamic Queries, Theming and Redlining
  • 132. http://mapguide.osgeo.org/
  • 133. MapGuide Open Source Sponsors
  • 139. MapServer
    • The one the only the Original!
      • FOSS4G was Map Server Users Group
    • Standards: WMS, WFS,WMC, WCS, SLD, GML, SOS, OM
    • 140. Excellent performance
    • 141. Not limited by standards – PHP, Perl, Python, Java (as the crucial difference from GeoServer)
    • 142. Features
      • Advanced Cartographic output
      • 143. TrueType fonts
      • 144. Scripting with PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, Java,.NET
      • 145. Cross platform
      • 146. All GDAL formats! All OGR formats
      • 147. On-the-fly map projection with Proj
  • 148. http://www.mapserver.org/
  • 149. MapServer Sponsors
    • University of Minnesota
    • 150. DM Solutions
    • NASA
    • 151. Department of Forest Resources
    • 152. State of Minnesota
    • 153. Department of Natural Resources and Land Management Information Center
  • 154. QGIS MapServer
    • WMS based on Quantum GIS (QGIS) Desktop
    • 155. GPL License
    • 156. Allows for easy export from a QGIS project file
    • 157. Standards: WMS, SLD
    • 158. Features
  • 163. http://karlinapp.ethz.ch/qgis_wms/
  • 164. QGIS MapServer Sponsors
  • 165. ZOO Project
    • Collaboration in action!
    • 166. MIT License
    • 167. Standards: WPS
    • 168. Great design with
      • Kernel (actually the service)
      • 169. Services (actually the processes)
      • 170. API
    • Multi language WPS server
      • Javascript, PHP, Python, Java, C, C++ or Fortran!
  • 171. http://zoo-project.org/
  • 172. ZOO Project Sponsors
    • 3LIZ
    • 173. Applied Technology CO. LTD
    • 174. Gateway Geomatics
    • 175. GeoLabs
    • 176. Graduate University Of Chinese Academy Of Science
    • 177. Neogeo technologies
    • 178. Osaka City University
  • 179. Database Database PostGIS SpatialLite pgRouting
  • 180. Databases
    • Transition from shape files to a real spatial database
    • 181. Looking to reduce license costs?
      • Check out some of the case studies
    • Exciting this to look out for at FOSS4G
      • “NoSQL” backlash - does spatial want to rebel?
      • 182. Rasters in the database - is it any good?
      • 183. Treating a database as a file format
    • Consider
      • ACID, Spatial Index
      • 184. Simple Features for SQL Standard
  • 185. PostGIS
    • OSGeo Incubation since 2009
    • 186. Started in 2001 by Refractions Research
    • 187. Initially just an indexed load-store extension to allow concurrent access to data
    • 188. Standards: SFSQL, SQLMM (in progress)
    • 189. Features
      • Now is adding to Geography objects (spherical geometries), raster-in-db and curved geometry support
      • 190. Provides Simple Features for SQL compliant spatial functionality
      • 191. Geometry objects
      • 192. Spatial Index (R-Tree)
      • 193. Spatial Functions
    • Ongoing work to support for SQL-Multimedia Part 3
  • 194. PostGIS Supported Services & Clients
  • 218. http://postgis.refractions.net/
  • 219. PostGIS Sponsors
    • City of Nanaimo
  • 222. SpatiaLite
    • SQLite with Spatial allowing you to stores your spatial database as a file.
    • 223. MPL and GPL
    • 224. Standards: WKT and WKB
    • 225. Features
      • Spatial functions AsText(), GeomFromText(), Area(), etc...
      • 226. Complete set of OpenGIS functions from GEOS
      • 227. Importing and Exporting to Shapefiles
      • 228. Re-projection using PROJ
      • 229. Local charsets
      • 230. True Spatial index based on SQLite RTree extension
      • 231. Access shapefiles as virtual tables
      • 232. GUI tool supports all this!
  • 233. http://www.gaia-gis.it/spatialite/
  • 234. SpatiaLite Sponsors
  • 235. pgRouting
    • Extension to PostgreSQL allowing route finding!
    • 236. GPL
    • 237. Features
      • Shortest path Dikstra
      • 238. Shortest path A-Star
      • 239. Shortest path Shooting-Start
      • 240. Travelling Salesperson Problem
      • 241. Driving Distance
  • 242. http://www.pgrouting.org/
  • 243. PgRouting Sponsors
  • 246. Web Mapping Web Mapping OpenLayers OpenLayers_logo.wmf Geomajas Mapbender MapFish
  • 247. Web Mapping
    • This is where a lot of the action is at FOSS4G
    • 248. There are less players here than at FOSS4G 2006
      • The “market” has collapsed and combined forces
    • Great examples of “end-to-end” web mapping solutions
      • Amazing “get your data online in 10 mins” examples
      • 249. Contrast with the use of components + standards
      • 250. Many more examples in the exhibition hall
    • Exciting technology choices
      • JavaScript vs GWT? Python vs Java? You decide
  • 251. Geomajas
    • OSGeo Project in Incubation
    • 252. AGPL
    • 253. Standards: WMS, WFS
    • 254. Features
      • Integrated client-server architecture
      • 255. Geometry and Attribute editing, custom attributes
      • 256. Advanced Common Query Language capabilities
      • 257. Out of the box security (rare feature!)
      • 258. Extensible
      • 259. Cross browser support (no browser plugins required)
  • 260. http://www.geomajas.org/
  • 261. Geomajas Sponsors
    • Geosparc
  • 262. Open Layers
    • OSGeo Project
    • 263. The highlander principle there can be only one!
    • 264. The framework for web clients (Why lock yourself into one vendor?)
    • 265. FOSS4G 2006 – several projects folded into a single effort
    • 266. MIT-style License
    • 267. Features
      • Simple to use JavaScript designed for easy development
      • 268. In browser data rendering (SVG, VML or Canvas)
      • 269. Layers From: Google, Bing, Yahoo, WMS, WMTS, WFS, WFS-T, GeoRS, GML, ArcGI, Images, MapGuide, MapServer, TileCache, Atom, ArcXML, GeoJSON, GeoRSS, KML, OSM, SLD
  • 270. http://openlayers.org/
  • 271. OpenLayers Sponsors
  • 274. Mapbender
    • Geoportal framework providing access to spatial data infrastructure components
    • 275. OSGeo Project (GPL and Simplified BSD)
    • 276. Standards: WMS, WFS, WMC
    • 277. Features
      • Easy web mapping with template applications
      • 278. add/remove/customize JQuery widgets
      • 279. Share remote OGC WMS Capabilities caching
      • 280. Use WFS to search for and find geo objects
      • 281. Use WMS and WFS-T for online digitizing
      • 282. Deploy OpenLayers clients from the Mapbender service
      • 283. Print high quality PDF
  • 284. http://www.mapbender.org/
  • 285. Mapbender Sponsors
    • Geoportal Rhineland-Palatinate
  • 291. MapFish
    • Framework for building rich Web Mapping applications
    • 292. OSGeo Project in Incubation!
    • 293. GPL
    • 294. Standards
      • Via OpenLayers: WMS, WFS, WMC, KML, GML etc..
    • Features
      • Based on Pylons (Python web framework)
      • 295. JavaScript toolbox with ExtJS, OpenLayers and GeoExt
      • 296. Not a lot of text listed on the live dvd; but a great project!
  • 297. http://www.mapfish.org/
  • 298. MapFish
    • CamptoCamp
  • 299. Desktop Applications Desktop Applications gvSig gvSIG QuantumGIS Y:lisasoftmarketingPresentations2008-11 OSDCMark Leslie -OpenSource-stackimageslogo-QGIS.png Grass GIS uDig Y:lisasoftmarketingPresentations2008-11 OSDCMark Leslie -OpenSource-stackimageslogo-uDig.png Atlas Styler Geopublisher kosmo Open JUMP MB-System OSSIM SAGA osgEarth zyGrib
  • 300. Desktop Applications
    • Desktop Geospatial Information Systems
      • Searching for a replacement? Personally I use several...
    • Applications
      • Great examples of Vertical Applications making use of spatial information for a specific goal
  • 301. Atlas Styler
    • User-friendly desktop app for styling geodata
    • 302. LGPL
    • 303. Standards: SLD, SE
    • 304. Features
      • OGC Standards compliant SLD/SE
      • 305. For use with GeoServer, uDig others
      • 306. Build styles using dialogs
      • 307. Runs on Windows, Linux and Mac
      • 308. Import ESRI shapefiles and PostGIS
      • 309. Translated into German, English, Italian and French
  • 310. http://en.geopublishing.org/AtlasStyler
  • 311. GRASS
    • GRASS is just cool
    • 312. Developed by US Army Engineers in 1980s
      • 27 years of continuous development
      • 313. Swapped around on tape before the internet
      • 314. Since 1999 published as GPL
    • Thrown out more functionality then rest combined
      • 400 built-in analysis modules
      • 315. 100 community supplied
    • A trifle hard to learn, but where else can you play with voxels!
    • 316. Oh right .. the details
      • OSGeo Project
      • 317. GPL License
  • 318. http://grass.osgeo.org
  • 319. Grass Sponsors
    • US Army Construction Engineering Research Lab
    • 329. USDA Soil Conservation Service
    • 330. University of Illinois
    • 331. CAST University of Arkansas
    • 332. Purdue University
    • 333. National Park Service
    • 334. USDA Forest Service
    • 335. American Farmland Trust
    • 336. Bureau Nieuwland
    • 337. University of Hannover
  • 338. Geopublisher
    • Electronic Library Manager
      • Atlas authoring system for easy publication of geo-data, docs, images, videos, stats
    • Create a stand-alone Atlas for Mac, Windows and Linux
    • 339. Standards: SLD
    • 340. GPL License
    • 341. Features
      • Hybrid online/offline atlas work beyond the digital divide
      • 342. Multilingual management of metadata
      • 343. Integrated WYSIWYG editors for SLD and HTML
      • 344. Translated into German, English, Italian, French
  • 345. http://en.geopublishing.org/Geopublisher
  • 346. GeoPublisher Sponsors
    • wikisquare.de
  • 347. gvSig
    • Desktop GIS for capturing, storing handling, analyzing, deploying any kind of geographic information
    • 348. OSGeo Project in Incubation
    • 349. GPL License
    • 350. Standards: WMS, WFS, WCS, SLD, WMC, CSW, WFS-G
    • 351. Features
      • Common GIS Tools, data loading, map navigation, query, distance measurement, thematic cartography, legend, labelling, feature selection, data table with status, etc...
      • 352. Interoperable with most known formats
      • 353. 290 geo-algorithms via Sextante and Grass
      • 354. Advanced CAD tools, Raster Tools, Scripting
  • 355. http://www.gvsig.org/
  • 356. gvSig Sponsors
    • Valencian Regional Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport
    • 357. gvSig Association
  • 361. Jump Family
    • A much loved Java application
    • 362. Built around JTS Topology Suite (like our entire industry)
    • 363. Example of how closed development fragments a project
    • 364. At one point 10 forks existed
    • 365. OpenJUMP is starting to clean up the mess
    • 366. Easy of extensibility fostered many valuable plug-ins
  • 367. Kosmo
    • Part of the Jump Family
    • 368. Desktop user friendly GIS application to explore, edit and analyse from database, vector and raster formats
    • 369. GPL
    • 370. Standards: WMS, WFS, SLD
    • 371. Features
      • User-friendly with an easy learning curve
      • 372. Topology consistency rules, validation and cleaning
      • 373. Formats: SHP, GML, DXF, DWG, DGN, CSV
      • 374. Database: PostGIS, Oracle, MySQL
      • 375. Raster: ECW, MrSID, Tiff, JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP
      • 376. Available in 11 languages (English, Spanish, Italian, German, Croatian, Czech, Russian, Slovak, Catalan, Euskera, Brassilian Portuguese)
  • 377. http://www.opengis.es/
  • 378. OpenJump GIS
    • Easy to use powerful desktop GIS enables users to edit, analyse, conflate, save and display geographic data.
    • 379. Excellent framework for rapid prototyping GIS functions
    • 380. GPL License
    • 381. Standards: GML2, SFS, WMS, WFS, WFS-T, SLD
    • 382. Features
      • Data Formats (see earlier!)
      • 383. Editing and Conflation
      • 384. Analysis and Query
      • 385. Easy API for scripting using BeanShell and JPython
      • 386. Outstanding Java plugin system
  • 387. http://www.openjump.org/
  • 388. MB-System
    • Open source package for process and display of dathymetry and backscatter data from multibeam, interferometry and sidescan sonars.
    • 389. Translation ... Sea Floor Mapping
    • 390. GPL License
    • 391. Core features
      • Read, list, and translate many swath formats
      • 392. Batch processing
      • 393. Compensate for sound velocity profiles
      • 394. Navigation and inertial data analysis and editor
      • 395. Survey planning
      • 396. Export data product to GIS and visualization packages
  • 397. http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/res/pi/MB-System/
  • 398. MB System Sponsors
    • Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
    • 399. Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
  • 400. osgEarth
    • Terrain rendering toolkit using “Open Scene Graph” for whole-earth terrain without writing code!
    • 401. LGPL License
    • 402. Standards: WMS
    • 403. Features:
      • Online tile servers like OSM, ArcGIS and NASA OnEarth
      • 404. Vector Data Shapefiles, Raster GeoTIFF and DEM, etc...
      • 405. Drape GIS data on the terrain, on-the-fly reprojection
      • 406. Add new data into existing VPB databases without rebuild
      • 407. Create terrain models (offline or dynamically)
      • 408. Set up map tile caches to maximize performance
      • 409. Layer opacity for multi-texturing effects
  • 410. http://osgearth.org/
  • 411. osgEarth Sponsors
    • Pelican Mapping
  • 412. Open Source Software Image Map (OSSM)
    • An awesome high performance engine for remote sensing, image processing, GIS and photogrammetry.
    • 413. OSGeo Project
    • 414. GPL
    • 415. Core features
      • Parallel processing capabilities iwth mpi libraries
      • 416. Rigorous sensor modelling, universal sensor models
      • 417. Wide range of map projects and datums supported
      • 418. Non-destructive, parameter based image chains
      • 419. Native file access
      • 420. Preceision Terrain correction and ortho-rectification
      • 421. Elevation support
  • 422. http://www.ossim.org/
  • 423. OSSIM Sponsors
    • Radiant Blue
  • 424. Quantum GIS
    • Started as a PostGIS viewer in 2002 Rapidly grew to an amazing feature set
    • 425. Very active community around the world (And vocal in Italy)
    • 426. Much loved for accessing GRASS and Python Scripts
    • 427. OSGeo Project (GPL license)
    • 428. Standards: WMS, WFS
    • 429. Features
      • Friendly user interface, identify, select, edit, view, search, projection, print, labelling, change vector and raster symbology, graticule layer, and more!
      • 430. Vector and Raster, Create edit and Export
      • 431. Spatial analysis with fTools and GRASS plugins
      • 432. Publish to the internet, extensible plugin architecture
  • 433. http://www.qgis.org/
  • 434. QuantumGIS Sponsors
  • 435. System for Automated Geoscientific Analyses (SAGA)
    • Open source GIS used for editing and analysis
    • 436. LGPL (api) with GPL GUI and Modules (Translation GPL core open for your own extension)
    • 437. Standards: unknown)
    • 438. Features:
      • Many modules for vector, table, grid and image analysis
      • 439. Geostatistics, image classification, projections, terrain
      • 440. Dynamic simulations of hydrology,landscape development
      • 441. GUI, command line, C++ API, Python scripts
      • 442. Image: filters, edge detection, cluster, segmentation
      • 443. Raster: interpolation, cost analysis, etc..
      • 444. Faster User Interface with 3D visualisation
      • 445. SAGA can be accessed from the R stats language (cool!)
  • 446. http://www.saga-gis.org
  • 447. SAGA Sponsors
    • University of Hamburg (Institute of Geography)
  • 448. User-friendly Desktop Internet GIS (uDig)
    • Friendly Desktop GIS, Started at Refractions in 2004, now a global committee committee
    • 449. Core GeoSpatial Software Developers Kit (LGPL)
      • Used for BeeGIS field GIS system, JGrass others
    • Standards: WMS, WFS, WFS-T, SFSQL, WMS-C, SLD
    • 450. News: uDig 1.2.0 released
    • 451. Features:
      • Desktop Drag and Drop, Integrate with your existing Infrastructure, Local file support, Advanced raster formats, Embeded Browser integration, Great SLD visualization, Printing and PDF
      • 452. Developers: Industrial Strength Eclipse RCP Framework, Java, Excellent Documentation, GeoTools
  • 453. http://udig.refractions.net/
  • 454. uDig Sponsors and Support
    • GeoConnections Canada
  • 459. zyGrib
    • Download and visualize weather forecast
    • 460. GPL
    • 461. Standards: GRIB (a weather standard)
    • 462. Features
      • Visualization of meteorologic data from GRIB files
      • 463. Automatic download of forecast model from NOAA
      • 464. Automatic download from IAC (fleetcode) data
      • 465. Animations of 5 day forcast
      • 466. Create your own regional weather map
      • 467. View detailed quantitative forecast
      • 468. Plot wind, pressure, temperature, humidity, rain, snow, cloud cover, dew point and high altitude data
  • 469. http://www.zygrib.org/
  • 470. ZyGrib Sponsors
  • 471. Crisis Management Crisis Management Sahana Agasti Ushahidi
  • 472. Crisis Management
    • This software is often created out of short term need and then “remade” in order to be prepared for next time
    • 473. What to look for
      • Ability to work without an internet
      • 474. Cellphones, Crowd-sourcing
      • 475. Source of funding and volunteers
      • 476. Raw Human need
    • There is not a lot to say at a technical conference like this, pitch in and help out of you can.
  • 477. Sahana Agasti
    • Disaster management web service
    • 478. LGPL
    • 479. Standards
    • 480. Features
      • Situation mapping
      • 481. Missing Persons Registry
      • 482. Disaster Victim Registry
      • 483. Organization Registry
      • 484. Request/Aid Management
      • 485. Shelter Registry
      • 486. Inventory Management, Volunteer Management
      • 487. Messaging, Catalogue, Reporting
  • 488. http://www.sahanafoundation.org/
  • 489. Sahana Agasti Sponsors and Support
    • Sri Lankan FOSS community (2004 Tsunami)
    • 490. Swedish International Development
    • 491. IBM
    • 492. US National Science Foundation
  • 493. Ushahidi
    • Mapping and Time-line for events gathering data via SMS, email, or web.
    • 494. License GPL
    • 495. Standards: KML/KMZ
    • 496. Features
      • Interactive map
      • 497. Time line
      • 498. Subscribe to alerts based on proximity
      • 499. CSS based theming, KML/KMZ files on Map
      • 500. 5 minute web installer
      • 501. Custom pages and tabs, site stats and analytics
    • Ushahidi means “testimony” in Swahili used to cover post election violence in Kenya
  • 502. http://www.ushahidi.com
  • 503. Ushahidi Sponsors
  • 512. Spatial Tools Spatial Tools GeoKettle Mapnik MapTiler R Spatial Task View GMT
  • 513. Spatial Tools
    • Business Intelligence
      • Reporting
      • 514. Extract Transform Load (data warehouse background)
    • Statistics and Modelling
    • 515. Cartographic Rendering
      • paper is a more careful process than going to screen
      • 516. national standards often have strict requirements
  • 517. GeoKettle
    • Spatial-enabled version of Pentaho Data Integration.
    • 518. LGPL
    • 519. Standards: SFS
    • 520. Features:
      • Extract: 35 databases, KML, XLS, Xbase, files, generated data, Access, LDAP, geospatial formats
      • 521. Transform: data transfer engine, lookup, calculation, javascript, SQL, RegExp, Split, Map, Select, Partition, Filter, Merge, Join, Duplicate, Cluster, Pivot, Geospatial
      • 522. Load: database, warehouse, partition, bulk, parallel, cluster
      • 523. Control GUI, command line, web service
  • 524. http://www.geokettle.org/
  • 525. GeoKettle Sponsors
    • Spatialytics
    • 526. Laval University
  • 527. Mapnik
    • Cartographic rendering engine for beautiful maps (famous for OSM!)
    • 528. LGPL
    • 529. Features:
      • Clean soft feature edges with quality anti-aliasing
      • 530. Scaling (for printed output)
      • 531. Intelligent label placement, SVG map Symbols
      • 532. Often used from Python
      • 533. This is a general purpose engine, not just for web use!
  • 534. http://www.mapnik.org/
  • 535. Mapnik Sponsors
  • 536. MapTiler
    • Desktop application for tile creation (for rapid raster map publication)
    • 537. New BSD License
    • 538. Standard WMTS
    • 539. Features
      • Application generates a simple OpenLayers viewer for you
      • 540. Works with OpenLayers and Google Maps API
      • 541. Host anywhere (cloud, S3, FTP)
      • 542. Mash-up with commercial layers
      • 543. Process TIFF/GeoTIFF, MrSID, JPEG2000,Erdas HFA, NOAA BSB, JPEG and more
      • 544. Parallelized rendering on multi-core CPUs
  • 545. http://www.maptiler.org/
  • 546. MapTiler Sponsors
  • 547. R Spatial Task View
    • Statistical programming with access to all the amazing R functionality for image classification, stats analysis, relationship inference, feature patterns etc...
    • 548. GPL
    • 549. Features:
      • Where can you start when describing “R” ?
      • 550. Implementation of commercial S / S-Plus language
      • 551. Hundreds of community add-ons for spatial statistics
      • 552. Spatial classes, spatial data
      • 553. Point pattern analysis, geostatistics
      • 554. Disease mapping, areal data analysis, spatial regression
      • 555. Ecological analysis
  • 556. http://cran.r-project.org/
  • 557. GMT
    • Tools for (x,y) and (x,y,z) datasets
    • 558. GPL
    • 559. Features
      • Gridding and contouring functions
      • 560. Data filter, trend fitting, gridding, projecting
      • 561. Produce Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) illustrations (x-y plots through to contour maps and surfaces)
      • 562. Many common map projections
      • 563. Support data for coastlines, rivers and political boundaries
      • 564. Journal quality cartography
  • 565. http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu
  • 566. Maps and Navigation Maps and Navigation GpsDrive OpenStreetMaps Marble OpenCPN Viking Natural Earth
  • 567. Maps and Navigation
    • This is what it is all about – the data sets (GIS without data – what is the point?)
    • 568. Things to look for in mapping data
      • Where does information comes from? Professional body, government, or crowd-sourcing
      • 569. Is the data styled (and is it styled well)
      • 570. What purpose was the data collected for? printing? Printing a t-shirt? Or scientific analysis
      • 571. Data license – is your planned use covered?
    • Things to look for in navigation
      • Current high quality data – anything else is just lost
      • 572. High performance shortest path algorithms
      • 573. Be careful with boat navigation (please!)
  • 574. GpsDrive
    • Car, bike, ship, plane, foot navigation system displaying your GPS position on a zoomable map.
    • 575. GPL
    • 576. Standards NMEA and Gpsd
    • 577. Features
      • Landsat or OSM data (or work with your own images)
      • 578. Live rendering of OSM from PostGIS using Mapnik
      • 579. Live rendering from NASA's Blue Marble moasaic
      • 580. Verbal instructions using eSpeak
      • 581. GPX track and rote support
      • 582. Waypoint storage (SQLite or GPSBabel plain text)
      • 583. Route planning
  • 584. http://www.gpsdrive.de
  • 585. Marble
    • Open source KDE Education project similar to NASA world wind or Google Earth.
    • 586. LGPL
    • 587. Features:
      • Virtual globe and world atlas
      • 588. Many datasets including OpenStreetMaps
      • 589. Available as a KDE Marble widget for custom applications
      • 590. Navigate globe in 3D, mouse clicks for Wikipedia articles
      • 591. Multiple maps (planets, moons) to choose from
      • 592. Solar day/night overlay
      • 593. Switch between 3D and 2D projected map views
      • 594. OpenStreetMap integration
  • 595. http://edu.kde.org/marble/
  • 596. Natural Earth
    • Public domain map dataset with integrated vector and raster data for visually pleasing, well crafted maps with GIS software.
    • 597. Translations Cartography strikes back at ugly web mapping.
    • 598. Features
      • Convenience: single source for good quality data
      • 599. Neatness: consistent shapes across scales line up
      • 600. Attributes: ranked features names, river width etc...
      • 601. Free to use for any type of project
    • Great collaboration of volunteers supported by North American Cartographic Information Society
  • 602. http://www.naturalearthdata.com/
  • 603. Natural Earth Sponsors and Support
    • Kelso Cartography
    • 613. Avenza Systems
  • 614. OpenCPN
    • Marine GPS navigation software for use at the helm of vessels of types and sizes.
    • 615. GPL
    • 616. Standards NMEA GPS, BCB, C-MAP (CM93/2), S-57 ENC
    • 617. Features:
      • Free navigation software with offline route planning
      • 618. Developed by a team of sailors with real world testing!
      • 619. Vessels current position, speed, course superimposed on navigational chart images, tide and current predictions
      • 620. Raster and vector charts, AIS input decoding
      • 621. Waypoint / autopilot navigation
      • 622. Unlimited route/mark creation
      • 623. Quilted charts, GRIB weather data overlay
  • 624. http://www.opencpn.org
  • 625. Open Street Maps
    • Creating and providing free geographic data (such as street maps) to anyone.
    • 626. Licenses
      • Open Street Map (data license)
      • 627. JOSM, Merkaartor, Osmarender under GPL
      • 628. JOSM: plugins collection (public domain through to GPL)
    • Features
      • Global massively crowdsourced dataset
      • 629. Number of editors available
      • 630. Number of renderers to choose from (including offline)
      • 631. Free to use
      • 632. Widespread geo-application integration
  • 633. http://www.openstreetmap.org
  • 634. Viking
    • Easy to use yet powerful GPS data editor, analyzer and viewer
    • 635. GPL
    • 636. Features
      • Uploading download of waypoints, tracks
      • 637. Realtime GPS tracking and track recording
      • 638. Uses maps from Google maps and Terraserver
      • 639. Analyzing OGV and hiking trips
      • 640. Anayslzing speed at different places
      • 641. Adding waypoints where you forgot to mark one but did not slow down or stop
  • 642. http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/viking/
  • 643. Using OSGeo Live for Fun and Profit
  • 644. Take FOSS4G Home with You
    • Grab this presentation
      • Creative Commons with Attribution
      • 645. Thank OSGeo Live (the project that made the DVD)
      • 646. Thank my employer (LISAsoft) for this presentation
    • Highlight the Projects you attended at the conference
    • 647. Showcase the software
      • Burn a USB Key (amazing experience!)
      • 648. Burn the DVD
    • Important!
      • Live DVD (no installation issues to ask your IT department about!)
  • 649. Community Leaders
    • Run your next workshop using OSGeo Live
      • Reduced Setup Cost
      • 650. Burn a copy with your workshop materials
    • USB can offer better than harddrive experience!
      • And progres is saved (big plus)
  • 651. Advocacy - Conference Organisers
    • Contact the Devel list
    • 652. Sponsor a printing run for your conference
      • Conference material and branding may be possible
  • 653. Advocacy - Local OSGeo Chapters
    • Hand out OSGeo Live at conferences
    • 654. Promote Free Geospatial
    • 655. Quickstarts allow you to Demo
    • 656. Ideas
      • Include information about your local chapter
  • 657. Advocacy - Education
    • OSGeo Live is a Lightweight option for the classroom
    • 658. Project Quickstarts show how to collaborate course material
    • 659. Talk to the Education Committee
    • 660. Examples:
      • University of Applied Science Rapperswil using on PostGIS using viewers from OSGeo Live without setup
  • 661. Advocacy - Commercial
    • Include Project Overviews in tender response process
    • 662. Quote for community collaboration
      • OSGeo Projects are open to your involvement
      • 663. Many have a well defined RFC process you can cost (And list the review process as a benefit)
    • Quote for total cost
      • Reduce Maintenance cost - push fixes back to the project
      • 664. (Yes that has nothing to do with OSGeoLive)
  • 665. Code Sprint FOSS4G “Code Sprint” on Friday
      • Internationalization / Translation of OSGeo Live
      • 666. We have German volunteers attending
      • 667. Any volunteers for Spanish, French, Italian?
      • 668. Contact Astrid Emde
    Sign up on the wiki http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/FOSS4G_2010_Code_Sprint#LiveDVD
  • 669. Questions? Thank you for having me and enjoy the conference! Thanks to the OSGeo Live project and my LISAsoft co-workers Mark Leslie and Cameron Shorter