OSGeo Live Lightning Overview Jody Garnett
Welcome to FOSS4G <ul><li>What is “Lightning about a 90 mins presentation”? </li><ul><li>Nothing!
Everything: There are 43 projects, 90 seconds a project </li></ul><li>Quick rundown of the OSGeo Live project
An Overview of the products included </li><ul><li>Learn what is available today
Great for planning your activities this week!
Background information ... like who pays! </li></ul><li>Using OSGeo Live to bring the conference Home </li></ul>
OSGeo Live Project
What does it look like?
Scale of OSGeo Live <ul><li>Team of core developers </li><ul><li>Alex Mandel, Cameron Shorter, Hamish Bowman </li></ul><li...
Along with one person from each project </li><ul><li>35 volunteers listed!
Worldwide representation </li></ul><li>Related activities </li><ul><li>Conferences, Click-to-try, Workshops, etc... </li><...
FOSS4G 2007 <ul><li>Initial idea of creating a DVD
Tip </li><ul><li>Many good things start at FOSS4G
Go to a Bird of Feather session! </li></ul></ul>
FOSS4G 2009 – Version 2 <ul><li>Version 2.0 </li><ul><li>“Arramagong” produced by LISAsoft
The name means “Wombats run down holes”
Cameron Shorter inspired everyone to bring this one in </li></ul><li>Contents </li><ul><li>Increase to 21 projects
Xbuntu based, with an actual build process </li></ul><li>Success! </li><ul><li>FOSS4G provided a printing run
Used an example “template” script inviting others to fill in the blanks in order to take part
48 hour build cycle (automation!) </li></ul></ul>
FIG 2010 – Version 3 <ul><li>An international Surveyors conference </li><ul><li>“Arramagong”
A wombat is like a cute bager </li></ul><li>Contents </li><ul><li>34 projects represented </li></ul><li>Success </li><ul><...
Tyler Mitchell
Used in training courses </li></ul></ul>
FOSS4G 2010 – Version 4 <ul><li>Version 4.0 </li><ul><li>“OSGeo Live”
100% less wombat references </li></ul><li>Contents </li><ul><li>43 projects!
Project Documentation! OGC Standards Documentation! </li></ul><li>Success </li><ul><li>FOSS4G provided a printing run
Two weeks of QA prior to FOSS4G </li><ul><li>5% failure rate (a couple projects need workarounds) </li></ul><li>Templates ...
Sponsorship <ul><li>FOSS4G </li><ul><li>Paid for each Printing Run (Thank you!) </li></ul><li>CRCSI </li><ul><li>Paid for ...
Autodesk: Hired Trevor Wekel to package up MapGuide Open Source for inclusion </li></ul><li>OSDM </li><ul><li>Paid for a Q...
In-Kind Contributions <ul><li>OGC – Documentation on Standards </li><ul><li>In layman terms (good to see!) </li></ul><li>P...
Documentation! </li></ul><li>Packagers </li><ul><li>Templates for Project Developers
Build Scripts
Quality Assurance </li></ul></ul>
Why is OSGeo Live Successful Today <ul><li>Gap between ...
Developers who write the software </li><ul><li>Cost of writing “proper” Linux installers was too expensive
Producing DVDs takes too much time </li></ul><li>And installers who package it for others </li><ul><li>Cost of figuring ou...
Cost of describing the software too expensive </li></ul><li>OSGeo Live bridges this Gap </li><ul><li>“project management” ...
Arrange sponsorship for DVD print runs
Contact point for conferences and education programs </li></ul></ul>
OSGeo Live is Valuable <ul><li>Great example of collaboration to produce value!
Conferences: </li><ul><li>Provide Printing, and get a great ready-to-run DVD for your delegates
A bit more effort and you can brand to match your conference </li></ul></ul>
How to Help! <ul><li>Volunteer on our mailing list
Sponsor an activity </li></ul>
The Projects
The Projects <ul><li>There are a couple of ways to think about the projects
For each project  </li><ul><li>Name
OSGeo Project
License
Features
Website
Visual
Sponsors – who is paying for the developers </li></ul><li>For more information please check the OSGeo Live documentation o...
Some projects also have a “Quickstart” which is a good help </li></ul>
Stack Grouping? ICON_Server_flat_Q408.png ICON_PDA_Q308 ICON_Laptop_Q308 gvSIG ICON_Desktop_Q308 ICON_USB_Q308 Y:lisasoftm...
Network Grouping? GeoTools Batik JTS PROJ GEOS GDAL/OGR FDO GeoAPI NTS PostGIS WKT4J SharpMap Geotools.Net monoGIS uDig gv...
OSGeo Live Grouping Desktop Applications Crisis Management Spatial Tools Web Services Web Mapping Database Maps and Naviga...
Web Services Web Services deegree GeoNetwork GeoServer GeoServer_MARK.png MapGuide Open Souce MapServer ZOO Project 52'Nor...
Web Services <ul><li>This is actually where a lot of the action is, support for Standards is important here
Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) / ISO TC211 Standards </li><ul><li>Web Map Service – draws a map
Web Feature Service – raw vector+attribtues=feature data
Web Coverage Service – raw raster data
Web Processing Service – remote modelling and analysis
Sensor Observation Service – data collection from field
OGC has supplied an intro for the OSGeoLive </li></ul><li>No clear cut distinction between web services and vertical web m...
These components are often included in vertical solutions </li></ul></ul>
52°North WPS <ul><li>Core GIS functions: </li><ul><li>Simple Buffer Algorithm
Douglas Peucker Algorithm
Intersection Algorithm </li></ul><li>Back-end algorithms available through: </li><ul><li>Sextante
ArcGIS Server </li></ul><li>Input and Output formats supported: </li><ul><li>Vector Data: GML2, GML3, SHP files, KML, WKT ...
Raster Data: Geotiff, AsciiGrid </li></ul><li>A browser based client </li></ul>
http://52north.org/wps
52°North WPS Sponsors <ul><li>52north </li></ul>
deegree <ul><li>Developed by University of Bonn and Lat/Lon
An excellent implementation of almost everything: WMS, WFS, WCS, CS-W, Gazetteer, WPS, ...
Java based application with LGPL license
Developer Community hard at work on deegree 3
Graduated as an OSGeo project in 2009 </li></ul>
deegree <ul><li>OSGeo Project (LGPL)
Standards: Everything! </li><ul><li>WMS, WFS, WCS, CSW, WPVS, WCTS, WPS, SOS </li></ul><li>Sample Features </li><ul><li>Fl...
Feature Service with on the fly transformation
Complex Feature support (to align with INSPIRE)
Coverage Service  GeoTiff, ECW and Oracle Raster
Catalogue Service using PostgreSQL or Oracle
Web Map Print Service </li></ul></ul>
http://deegree.org/
deegree sponsors <ul><li>University of Bonn, Department of Geography, GIS Unit
lat/lon GmbH </li></ul>
GeoNetwork Open Source <ul><li>Catalogue Service </li><ul><li>Reference implementation of CAT 2.0.1 </li></ul><li>Initiall...
It is 2am – do you know where your data is?
Healthy Diverse community  </li><ul><li>Occasional Regional Differences (example BlueNET) </li></ul></ul>
http://geonetwork-opensource.org
GeoNetwork Sponsors <ul><li>FAO
GeoCat </li></ul>
GeoServer <ul><li>An excellent Web Map Service
Web Feature Service </li><ul><li>offering WFS-T for editing
Reference for of WFS 1.1 and 1.0 </li></ul><li>Web Coverage Service </li><ul><li>Reference for of WCS 1.1.0 </li></ul><li>...
Excellent out of the box experience
Breaking news </li><ul><li>Entering the OSGeo Incubation Process!
New configuration user interface
AuScope is working hard on Application Schema support </li></ul></ul>
http://geoserver.org/
GeoServer Sponsors and Support <ul><li>OpenGeo
Refractions Research
Axios
GeoSolutions
WhereGroup
LISAsoft
CamptoCamp
Alkante
Social Change Online
AuScope </li></ul><ul><li>CAP grant from FGDC
OGC
GeoInnovations (Canada)
GeoScience Australia
OSGIS
Google
NCRIS (Australia) </li></ul>
MapGuide Open Source <ul><li>A great example of an end-to-end mapping solution
One of the original OSGeo Projects (LGPL)
Standards: WMS
Core Features </li><ul><li>Interactive Map Viewing
Quality Cartographic Output
Build-in Resource Database for Manageability
Uniform Data Access (FDO data access library)
Flexible Application Development (PHP,.NET,Java)
Extensive Server-Side APIs
Fast, Scalable, Secure Server Platform
Multiple Platform Support (32 & 64 bit mapping sever)
Dynamic Queries, Theming and Redlining </li></ul></ul>
http://mapguide.osgeo.org/
MapGuide Open Source Sponsors <ul><li>Autodesk
AEC Systems
DM Solutions Group
Ennoble Consultancy
SL-King Spatial Solutions
OTX Systems </li></ul>
MapServer <ul><li>The one the only the Original! </li><ul><li>FOSS4G was Map Server Users Group </li></ul><li>Standards: W...
Excellent performance
Not limited by standards – PHP, Perl, Python, Java (as the crucial difference from GeoServer)
Features </li><ul><li>Advanced Cartographic output
TrueType fonts
Scripting with PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, Java,.NET
Cross platform
All GDAL formats! All OGR formats
On-the-fly map projection with Proj </li></ul></ul>
http://www.mapserver.org/
MapServer Sponsors <ul><li>University of Minnesota
DM Solutions </li></ul><ul><li>NASA
Department of Forest Resources
State of Minnesota
Department of Natural Resources and Land Management  Information Center </li></ul>
QGIS MapServer <ul><li>WMS based on Quantum GIS (QGIS) Desktop
GPL License
Allows for easy export from a QGIS project file
Standards: WMS, SLD
Features </li><ul><li>WMS
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  1. 1. OSGeo Live Lightning Overview Jody Garnett
  2. 2. Welcome to FOSS4G <ul><li>What is “Lightning about a 90 mins presentation”? </li><ul><li>Nothing!
  3. 3. Everything: There are 43 projects, 90 seconds a project </li></ul><li>Quick rundown of the OSGeo Live project
  4. 4. An Overview of the products included </li><ul><li>Learn what is available today
  5. 5. Great for planning your activities this week!
  6. 6. Background information ... like who pays! </li></ul><li>Using OSGeo Live to bring the conference Home </li></ul>
  7. 7. OSGeo Live Project
  8. 8. What does it look like?
  9. 9. Scale of OSGeo Live <ul><li>Team of core developers </li><ul><li>Alex Mandel, Cameron Shorter, Hamish Bowman </li></ul><li>3 mirrors of the OSGeo Live
  10. 10. Along with one person from each project </li><ul><li>35 volunteers listed!
  11. 11. Worldwide representation </li></ul><li>Related activities </li><ul><li>Conferences, Click-to-try, Workshops, etc... </li></ul></ul>
  12. 12. FOSS4G 2007 <ul><li>Initial idea of creating a DVD
  13. 13. Tip </li><ul><li>Many good things start at FOSS4G
  14. 14. Go to a Bird of Feather session! </li></ul></ul>
  15. 15. FOSS4G 2009 – Version 2 <ul><li>Version 2.0 </li><ul><li>“Arramagong” produced by LISAsoft
  16. 16. The name means “Wombats run down holes”
  17. 17. Cameron Shorter inspired everyone to bring this one in </li></ul><li>Contents </li><ul><li>Increase to 21 projects
  18. 18. Xbuntu based, with an actual build process </li></ul><li>Success! </li><ul><li>FOSS4G provided a printing run
  19. 19. Used an example “template” script inviting others to fill in the blanks in order to take part
  20. 20. 48 hour build cycle (automation!) </li></ul></ul>
  21. 21. FIG 2010 – Version 3 <ul><li>An international Surveyors conference </li><ul><li>“Arramagong”
  22. 22. A wombat is like a cute bager </li></ul><li>Contents </li><ul><li>34 projects represented </li></ul><li>Success </li><ul><li>LISAsoft sponsored a printing run
  23. 23. Tyler Mitchell
  24. 24. Used in training courses </li></ul></ul>
  25. 25. FOSS4G 2010 – Version 4 <ul><li>Version 4.0 </li><ul><li>“OSGeo Live”
  26. 26. 100% less wombat references </li></ul><li>Contents </li><ul><li>43 projects!
  27. 27. Project Documentation! OGC Standards Documentation! </li></ul><li>Success </li><ul><li>FOSS4G provided a printing run
  28. 28. Two weeks of QA prior to FOSS4G </li><ul><li>5% failure rate (a couple projects need workarounds) </li></ul><li>Templates provided for overview documentation </li></ul></ul>
  29. 29. Sponsorship <ul><li>FOSS4G </li><ul><li>Paid for each Printing Run (Thank you!) </li></ul><li>CRCSI </li><ul><li>Paid for a Printing Run </li></ul><li>Other </li><ul><li>LISAsoft: supplied staff
  30. 30. Autodesk: Hired Trevor Wekel to package up MapGuide Open Source for inclusion </li></ul><li>OSDM </li><ul><li>Paid for a QA run of the Project Overviews </li></ul><li>Information Center for the Env. At University of California </li></ul>
  31. 31. In-Kind Contributions <ul><li>OGC – Documentation on Standards </li><ul><li>In layman terms (good to see!) </li></ul><li>Project Communities </li><ul><li>Programs!
  32. 32. Documentation! </li></ul><li>Packagers </li><ul><li>Templates for Project Developers
  33. 33. Build Scripts
  34. 34. Quality Assurance </li></ul></ul>
  35. 35. Why is OSGeo Live Successful Today <ul><li>Gap between ...
  36. 36. Developers who write the software </li><ul><li>Cost of writing “proper” Linux installers was too expensive
  37. 37. Producing DVDs takes too much time </li></ul><li>And installers who package it for others </li><ul><li>Cost of figuring out the software too expensive
  38. 38. Cost of describing the software too expensive </li></ul><li>OSGeo Live bridges this Gap </li><ul><li>“project management” for developers and installers
  39. 39. Arrange sponsorship for DVD print runs
  40. 40. Contact point for conferences and education programs </li></ul></ul>
  41. 41. OSGeo Live is Valuable <ul><li>Great example of collaboration to produce value!
  42. 42. Conferences: </li><ul><li>Provide Printing, and get a great ready-to-run DVD for your delegates
  43. 43. A bit more effort and you can brand to match your conference </li></ul></ul>
  44. 44. How to Help! <ul><li>Volunteer on our mailing list
  45. 45. Sponsor an activity </li></ul>
  46. 46. The Projects
  47. 47. The Projects <ul><li>There are a couple of ways to think about the projects
  48. 48. For each project </li><ul><li>Name
  49. 49. OSGeo Project
  50. 50. License
  51. 51. Features
  52. 52. Website
  53. 53. Visual
  54. 54. Sponsors – who is paying for the developers </li></ul><li>For more information please check the OSGeo Live documentation on your DVD
  55. 55. Some projects also have a “Quickstart” which is a good help </li></ul>
  56. 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. 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. 58. OSGeo Live Grouping Desktop Applications Crisis Management Spatial Tools Web Services Web Mapping Database Maps and Navigation
  59. 59. Web Services Web Services deegree GeoNetwork GeoServer GeoServer_MARK.png MapGuide Open Souce MapServer ZOO Project 52'North QGIS MapServer
  60. 60. Web Services <ul><li>This is actually where a lot of the action is, support for Standards is important here
  61. 61. Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) / ISO TC211 Standards </li><ul><li>Web Map Service – draws a map
  62. 62. Web Feature Service – raw vector+attribtues=feature data
  63. 63. Web Coverage Service – raw raster data
  64. 64. Web Processing Service – remote modelling and analysis
  65. 65. Sensor Observation Service – data collection from field
  66. 66. OGC has supplied an intro for the OSGeoLive </li></ul><li>No clear cut distinction between web services and vertical web mapping solutions </li><ul><li>This is about interoperability so you get to choose
  67. 67. These components are often included in vertical solutions </li></ul></ul>
  68. 68. 52°North WPS <ul><li>Core GIS functions: </li><ul><li>Simple Buffer Algorithm
  69. 69. Douglas Peucker Algorithm
  70. 70. Intersection Algorithm </li></ul><li>Back-end algorithms available through: </li><ul><li>Sextante
  71. 71. ArcGIS Server </li></ul><li>Input and Output formats supported: </li><ul><li>Vector Data: GML2, GML3, SHP files, KML, WKT (Well-known Text)
  72. 72. Raster Data: Geotiff, AsciiGrid </li></ul><li>A browser based client </li></ul>
  73. 73. http://52north.org/wps
  74. 74. 52°North WPS Sponsors <ul><li>52north </li></ul>
  75. 75. deegree <ul><li>Developed by University of Bonn and Lat/Lon
  76. 76. An excellent implementation of almost everything: WMS, WFS, WCS, CS-W, Gazetteer, WPS, ...
  77. 77. Java based application with LGPL license
  78. 78. Developer Community hard at work on deegree 3
  79. 79. Graduated as an OSGeo project in 2009 </li></ul>
  80. 80. deegree <ul><li>OSGeo Project (LGPL)
  81. 81. Standards: Everything! </li><ul><li>WMS, WFS, WCS, CSW, WPVS, WCTS, WPS, SOS </li></ul><li>Sample Features </li><ul><li>Flexible Web Map Service
  82. 82. Feature Service with on the fly transformation
  83. 83. Complex Feature support (to align with INSPIRE)
  84. 84. Coverage Service GeoTiff, ECW and Oracle Raster
  85. 85. Catalogue Service using PostgreSQL or Oracle
  86. 86. Web Map Print Service </li></ul></ul>
  87. 87. http://deegree.org/
  88. 88. deegree sponsors <ul><li>University of Bonn, Department of Geography, GIS Unit
  89. 89. lat/lon GmbH </li></ul>
  90. 90. GeoNetwork Open Source <ul><li>Catalogue Service </li><ul><li>Reference implementation of CAT 2.0.1 </li></ul><li>Initially development: UN Food and Agriculture
  91. 91. It is 2am – do you know where your data is?
  92. 92. Healthy Diverse community </li><ul><li>Occasional Regional Differences (example BlueNET) </li></ul></ul>
  93. 93. http://geonetwork-opensource.org
  94. 94. GeoNetwork Sponsors <ul><li>FAO
  95. 95. GeoCat </li></ul>
  96. 96. GeoServer <ul><li>An excellent Web Map Service
  97. 97. Web Feature Service </li><ul><li>offering WFS-T for editing
  98. 98. Reference for of WFS 1.1 and 1.0 </li></ul><li>Web Coverage Service </li><ul><li>Reference for of WCS 1.1.0 </li></ul><li>GPL 2.0, Java based
  99. 99. Excellent out of the box experience
  100. 100. Breaking news </li><ul><li>Entering the OSGeo Incubation Process!
  101. 101. New configuration user interface
  102. 102. AuScope is working hard on Application Schema support </li></ul></ul>
  103. 103. http://geoserver.org/
  104. 104. GeoServer Sponsors and Support <ul><li>OpenGeo
  105. 105. Refractions Research
  106. 106. Axios
  107. 107. GeoSolutions
  108. 108. WhereGroup
  109. 109. LISAsoft
  110. 110. CamptoCamp
  111. 111. Alkante
  112. 112. Social Change Online
  113. 113. AuScope </li></ul><ul><li>CAP grant from FGDC
  114. 114. OGC
  115. 115. GeoInnovations (Canada)
  116. 116. GeoScience Australia
  117. 117. OSGIS
  118. 118. Google
  119. 119. NCRIS (Australia) </li></ul>
  120. 120. MapGuide Open Source <ul><li>A great example of an end-to-end mapping solution
  121. 121. One of the original OSGeo Projects (LGPL)
  122. 122. Standards: WMS
  123. 123. Core Features </li><ul><li>Interactive Map Viewing
  124. 124. Quality Cartographic Output
  125. 125. Build-in Resource Database for Manageability
  126. 126. Uniform Data Access (FDO data access library)
  127. 127. Flexible Application Development (PHP,.NET,Java)
  128. 128. Extensive Server-Side APIs
  129. 129. Fast, Scalable, Secure Server Platform
  130. 130. Multiple Platform Support (32 & 64 bit mapping sever)
  131. 131. Dynamic Queries, Theming and Redlining </li></ul></ul>
  132. 132. http://mapguide.osgeo.org/
  133. 133. MapGuide Open Source Sponsors <ul><li>Autodesk
  134. 134. AEC Systems
  135. 135. DM Solutions Group
  136. 136. Ennoble Consultancy
  137. 137. SL-King Spatial Solutions
  138. 138. OTX Systems </li></ul>
  139. 139. MapServer <ul><li>The one the only the Original! </li><ul><li>FOSS4G was Map Server Users Group </li></ul><li>Standards: WMS, WFS,WMC, WCS, SLD, GML, SOS, OM
  140. 140. Excellent performance
  141. 141. Not limited by standards – PHP, Perl, Python, Java (as the crucial difference from GeoServer)
  142. 142. Features </li><ul><li>Advanced Cartographic output
  143. 143. TrueType fonts
  144. 144. Scripting with PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, Java,.NET
  145. 145. Cross platform
  146. 146. All GDAL formats! All OGR formats
  147. 147. On-the-fly map projection with Proj </li></ul></ul>
  148. 148. http://www.mapserver.org/
  149. 149. MapServer Sponsors <ul><li>University of Minnesota
  150. 150. DM Solutions </li></ul><ul><li>NASA
  151. 151. Department of Forest Resources
  152. 152. State of Minnesota
  153. 153. Department of Natural Resources and Land Management Information Center </li></ul>
  154. 154. QGIS MapServer <ul><li>WMS based on Quantum GIS (QGIS) Desktop
  155. 155. GPL License
  156. 156. Allows for easy export from a QGIS project file
  157. 157. Standards: WMS, SLD
  158. 158. Features </li><ul><li>WMS
  159. 159. Integration with desktop GIS
  160. 160. Easy to use
  161. 161. Supports SLD
  162. 162. Advanced Cartographic symbolisation </li></ul></ul>
  163. 163. http://karlinapp.ethz.ch/qgis_wms/
  164. 164. QGIS MapServer Sponsors
  165. 165. ZOO Project <ul><li>Collaboration in action!
  166. 166. MIT License
  167. 167. Standards: WPS
  168. 168. Great design with </li><ul><li>Kernel (actually the service)
  169. 169. Services (actually the processes)
  170. 170. API </li></ul><li>Multi language WPS server </li><ul><li>Javascript, PHP, Python, Java, C, C++ or Fortran! </li></ul></ul>
  171. 171. http://zoo-project.org/
  172. 172. ZOO Project Sponsors <ul><li>3LIZ
  173. 173. Applied Technology CO. LTD
  174. 174. Gateway Geomatics
  175. 175. GeoLabs
  176. 176. Graduate University Of Chinese Academy Of Science
  177. 177. Neogeo technologies
  178. 178. Osaka City University </li></ul>
  179. 179. Database Database PostGIS SpatialLite pgRouting
  180. 180. Databases <ul><li>Transition from shape files to a real spatial database
  181. 181. Looking to reduce license costs? </li><ul><li>Check out some of the case studies </li></ul><li>Exciting this to look out for at FOSS4G </li><ul><li>“NoSQL” backlash - does spatial want to rebel?
  182. 182. Rasters in the database - is it any good?
  183. 183. Treating a database as a file format </li></ul><li>Consider </li><ul><li>ACID, Spatial Index
  184. 184. Simple Features for SQL Standard </li></ul></ul>
  185. 185. PostGIS <ul><li>OSGeo Incubation since 2009
  186. 186. Started in 2001 by Refractions Research
  187. 187. Initially just an indexed load-store extension to allow concurrent access to data
  188. 188. Standards: SFSQL, SQLMM (in progress)
  189. 189. Features </li><ul><li>Now is adding to Geography objects (spherical geometries), raster-in-db and curved geometry support
  190. 190. Provides Simple Features for SQL compliant spatial functionality
  191. 191. Geometry objects
  192. 192. Spatial Index (R-Tree)
  193. 193. Spatial Functions </li></ul><li>Ongoing work to support for SQL-Multimedia Part 3 </li></ul>
  194. 194. PostGIS Supported Services & Clients <ul><li>AutoCAD Map 3D
  195. 195. Cadcorp GeognoSIS
  196. 196. Dxf2PostGIS
  197. 197. ERDAS
  198. 198. ESRI ArcGIS Server
  199. 199. GeoConcept
  200. 200. GeoServer
  201. 201. GRASS
  202. 202. gvSig
  203. 203. Iwan Mapserver
  204. 204. Manifold
  205. 205. MapGuide Open Source
  206. 206. MapDotNet Server </li></ul><ul><li>MapInfo
  207. 207. mezoGIS
  208. 208. Microimages TNTmips GIS
  209. 209. uDig
  210. 210. OpenEV
  211. 211. OpenJUMP
  212. 212. org2org
  213. 213. QGIS
  214. 214. Safe FME
  215. 215. SharpMap
  216. 216. shp2pgsql
  217. 217. UMN MapServer </li></ul>
  218. 218. http://postgis.refractions.net/
  219. 219. PostGIS Sponsors <ul><li>OpenGeo
  220. 220. Refractions Research
  221. 221. Paragon Corporation </li></ul><ul><li>City of Nanaimo </li></ul>
  222. 222. SpatiaLite <ul><li>SQLite with Spatial allowing you to stores your spatial database as a file.
  223. 223. MPL and GPL
  224. 224. Standards: WKT and WKB
  225. 225. Features </li><ul><li>Spatial functions AsText(), GeomFromText(), Area(), etc...
  226. 226. Complete set of OpenGIS functions from GEOS
  227. 227. Importing and Exporting to Shapefiles
  228. 228. Re-projection using PROJ
  229. 229. Local charsets
  230. 230. True Spatial index based on SQLite RTree extension
  231. 231. Access shapefiles as virtual tables
  232. 232. GUI tool supports all this! </li></ul></ul>
  233. 233. http://www.gaia-gis.it/spatialite/
  234. 234. SpatiaLite Sponsors
  235. 235. pgRouting <ul><li>Extension to PostgreSQL allowing route finding!
  236. 236. GPL
  237. 237. Features </li><ul><li>Shortest path Dikstra
  238. 238. Shortest path A-Star
  239. 239. Shortest path Shooting-Start
  240. 240. Travelling Salesperson Problem
  241. 241. Driving Distance </li></ul></ul>
  242. 242. http://www.pgrouting.org/
  243. 243. PgRouting Sponsors <ul><li>Camp2camp
  244. 244. Georepublic
  245. 245. Orkney </li></ul>
  246. 246. Web Mapping Web Mapping OpenLayers OpenLayers_logo.wmf Geomajas Mapbender MapFish
  247. 247. Web Mapping <ul><li>This is where a lot of the action is at FOSS4G
  248. 248. There are less players here than at FOSS4G 2006 </li><ul><li>The “market” has collapsed and combined forces </li></ul><li>Great examples of “end-to-end” web mapping solutions </li><ul><li>Amazing “get your data online in 10 mins” examples
  249. 249. Contrast with the use of components + standards
  250. 250. Many more examples in the exhibition hall </li></ul><li>Exciting technology choices </li><ul><li>JavaScript vs GWT? Python vs Java? You decide </li></ul></ul>
  251. 251. Geomajas <ul><li>OSGeo Project in Incubation
  252. 252. AGPL
  253. 253. Standards: WMS, WFS
  254. 254. Features </li><ul><li>Integrated client-server architecture
  255. 255. Geometry and Attribute editing, custom attributes
  256. 256. Advanced Common Query Language capabilities
  257. 257. Out of the box security (rare feature!)
  258. 258. Extensible
  259. 259. Cross browser support (no browser plugins required) </li></ul></ul>
  260. 260. http://www.geomajas.org/
  261. 261. Geomajas Sponsors <ul><li>Geosparc </li></ul>
  262. 262. Open Layers <ul><li>OSGeo Project
  263. 263. The highlander principle there can be only one!
  264. 264. The framework for web clients (Why lock yourself into one vendor?)
  265. 265. FOSS4G 2006 – several projects folded into a single effort
  266. 266. MIT-style License
  267. 267. Features </li><ul><li>Simple to use JavaScript designed for easy development
  268. 268. In browser data rendering (SVG, VML or Canvas)
  269. 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 </li></ul></ul>
  270. 270. http://openlayers.org/
  271. 271. OpenLayers Sponsors <ul><li>CamptoCamp
  272. 272. MetaCarta
  273. 273. OpenGeo </li></ul>
  274. 274. Mapbender <ul><li>Geoportal framework providing access to spatial data infrastructure components
  275. 275. OSGeo Project (GPL and Simplified BSD)
  276. 276. Standards: WMS, WFS, WMC
  277. 277. Features </li><ul><li>Easy web mapping with template applications
  278. 278. add/remove/customize JQuery widgets
  279. 279. Share remote OGC WMS Capabilities caching
  280. 280. Use WFS to search for and find geo objects
  281. 281. Use WMS and WFS-T for online digitizing
  282. 282. Deploy OpenLayers clients from the Mapbender service
  283. 283. Print high quality PDF </li></ul></ul>
  284. 284. http://www.mapbender.org/
  285. 285. Mapbender Sponsors <ul><li>WhereGroup
  286. 286. Metaspatial
  287. 287. geoinformation+planung
  288. 288. terrestris
  289. 289. FOSSGIS e.V.
  290. 290. and a lot more ... </li></ul><ul><li>Geoportal Rhineland-Palatinate </li></ul>
  291. 291. MapFish <ul><li>Framework for building rich Web Mapping applications
  292. 292. OSGeo Project in Incubation!
  293. 293. GPL
  294. 294. Standards </li><ul><li>Via OpenLayers: WMS, WFS, WMC, KML, GML etc.. </li></ul><li>Features </li><ul><li>Based on Pylons (Python web framework)
  295. 295. JavaScript toolbox with ExtJS, OpenLayers and GeoExt
  296. 296. Not a lot of text listed on the live dvd; but a great project! </li></ul></ul>
  297. 297. http://www.mapfish.org/
  298. 298. MapFish <ul><li>CamptoCamp </li></ul>
  299. 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. 300. Desktop Applications <ul><li>Desktop Geospatial Information Systems </li><ul><li>Searching for a replacement? Personally I use several... </li></ul><li>Applications </li><ul><li>Great examples of Vertical Applications making use of spatial information for a specific goal </li></ul></ul>
  301. 301. Atlas Styler <ul><li>User-friendly desktop app for styling geodata
  302. 302. LGPL
  303. 303. Standards: SLD, SE
  304. 304. Features </li><ul><li>OGC Standards compliant SLD/SE
  305. 305. For use with GeoServer, uDig others
  306. 306. Build styles using dialogs
  307. 307. Runs on Windows, Linux and Mac
  308. 308. Import ESRI shapefiles and PostGIS
  309. 309. Translated into German, English, Italian and French </li></ul></ul>
  310. 310. http://en.geopublishing.org/AtlasStyler
  311. 311. GRASS <ul><li>GRASS is just cool
  312. 312. Developed by US Army Engineers in 1980s </li><ul><li>27 years of continuous development
  313. 313. Swapped around on tape before the internet
  314. 314. Since 1999 published as GPL </li></ul><li>Thrown out more functionality then rest combined </li><ul><li>400 built-in analysis modules
  315. 315. 100 community supplied </li></ul><li>A trifle hard to learn, but where else can you play with voxels!
  316. 316. Oh right .. the details </li><ul><li>OSGeo Project
  317. 317. GPL License </li></ul></ul>
  318. 318. http://grass.osgeo.org
  319. 319. Grass Sponsors <ul><li>FBK-irst
  320. 320. Intevation
  321. 321. Faunalia
  322. 322. GDF Hannover
  323. 323. Central Washington University
  324. 324. REGIS, University of California, Berkeley
  325. 325. Naval Oceanographic Lab
  326. 326. USGS
  327. 327. Cook College, Rutgers University
  328. 328. DOE Oakridge </li></ul><ul><li>US Army Construction Engineering Research Lab
  329. 329. USDA Soil Conservation Service
  330. 330. University of Illinois
  331. 331. CAST University of Arkansas
  332. 332. Purdue University
  333. 333. National Park Service
  334. 334. USDA Forest Service
  335. 335. American Farmland Trust
  336. 336. Bureau Nieuwland
  337. 337. University of Hannover </li></ul>
  338. 338. Geopublisher <ul><li>Electronic Library Manager </li><ul><li>Atlas authoring system for easy publication of geo-data, docs, images, videos, stats </li></ul><li>Create a stand-alone Atlas for Mac, Windows and Linux
  339. 339. Standards: SLD
  340. 340. GPL License
  341. 341. Features </li><ul><li>Hybrid online/offline atlas work beyond the digital divide
  342. 342. Multilingual management of metadata
  343. 343. Integrated WYSIWYG editors for SLD and HTML
  344. 344. Translated into German, English, Italian, French </li></ul></ul>
  345. 345. http://en.geopublishing.org/Geopublisher
  346. 346. GeoPublisher Sponsors <ul><li>wikisquare.de </li></ul>
  347. 347. gvSig <ul><li>Desktop GIS for capturing, storing handling, analyzing, deploying any kind of geographic information
  348. 348. OSGeo Project in Incubation
  349. 349. GPL License
  350. 350. Standards: WMS, WFS, WCS, SLD, WMC, CSW, WFS-G
  351. 351. Features </li><ul><li>Common GIS Tools, data loading, map navigation, query, distance measurement, thematic cartography, legend, labelling, feature selection, data table with status, etc...
  352. 352. Interoperable with most known formats
  353. 353. 290 geo-algorithms via Sextante and Grass
  354. 354. Advanced CAD tools, Raster Tools, Scripting </li></ul></ul>
  355. 355. http://www.gvsig.org/
  356. 356. gvSig Sponsors <ul><li>Valencian Regional Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport
  357. 357. gvSig Association </li><ul><li>Creativa
  358. 358. IVER
  359. 359. Prodevelop
  360. 360. Software Colaborativo </li></ul></ul>
  361. 361. Jump Family <ul><li>A much loved Java application
  362. 362. Built around JTS Topology Suite (like our entire industry)
  363. 363. Example of how closed development fragments a project
  364. 364. At one point 10 forks existed
  365. 365. OpenJUMP is starting to clean up the mess
  366. 366. Easy of extensibility fostered many valuable plug-ins </li></ul>
  367. 367. Kosmo <ul><li>Part of the Jump Family
  368. 368. Desktop user friendly GIS application to explore, edit and analyse from database, vector and raster formats
  369. 369. GPL
  370. 370. Standards: WMS, WFS, SLD
  371. 371. Features </li><ul><li>User-friendly with an easy learning curve
  372. 372. Topology consistency rules, validation and cleaning
  373. 373. Formats: SHP, GML, DXF, DWG, DGN, CSV
  374. 374. Database: PostGIS, Oracle, MySQL
  375. 375. Raster: ECW, MrSID, Tiff, JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP
  376. 376. Available in 11 languages (English, Spanish, Italian, German, Croatian, Czech, Russian, Slovak, Catalan, Euskera, Brassilian Portuguese) </li></ul></ul>
  377. 377. http://www.opengis.es/
  378. 378. OpenJump GIS <ul><li>Easy to use powerful desktop GIS enables users to edit, analyse, conflate, save and display geographic data.
  379. 379. Excellent framework for rapid prototyping GIS functions
  380. 380. GPL License
  381. 381. Standards: GML2, SFS, WMS, WFS, WFS-T, SLD
  382. 382. Features </li><ul><li>Data Formats (see earlier!)
  383. 383. Editing and Conflation
  384. 384. Analysis and Query
  385. 385. Easy API for scripting using BeanShell and JPython
  386. 386. Outstanding Java plugin system </li></ul></ul>
  387. 387. http://www.openjump.org/
  388. 388. MB-System <ul><li>Open source package for process and display of dathymetry and backscatter data from multibeam, interferometry and sidescan sonars.
  389. 389. Translation ... Sea Floor Mapping
  390. 390. GPL License
  391. 391. Core features </li><ul><li>Read, list, and translate many swath formats
  392. 392. Batch processing
  393. 393. Compensate for sound velocity profiles
  394. 394. Navigation and inertial data analysis and editor
  395. 395. Survey planning
  396. 396. Export data product to GIS and visualization packages </li></ul></ul>
  397. 397. http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/res/pi/MB-System/
  398. 398. MB System Sponsors <ul><li>Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  399. 399. Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University </li></ul>
  400. 400. osgEarth <ul><li>Terrain rendering toolkit using “Open Scene Graph” for whole-earth terrain without writing code!
  401. 401. LGPL License
  402. 402. Standards: WMS
  403. 403. Features: </li><ul><li>Online tile servers like OSM, ArcGIS and NASA OnEarth
  404. 404. Vector Data Shapefiles, Raster GeoTIFF and DEM, etc...
  405. 405. Drape GIS data on the terrain, on-the-fly reprojection
  406. 406. Add new data into existing VPB databases without rebuild
  407. 407. Create terrain models (offline or dynamically)
  408. 408. Set up map tile caches to maximize performance
  409. 409. Layer opacity for multi-texturing effects </li></ul></ul>
  410. 410. http://osgearth.org/
  411. 411. osgEarth Sponsors <ul><li>Pelican Mapping </li></ul>
  412. 412. Open Source Software Image Map (OSSM) <ul><li>An awesome high performance engine for remote sensing, image processing, GIS and photogrammetry.
  413. 413. OSGeo Project
  414. 414. GPL
  415. 415. Core features </li><ul><li>Parallel processing capabilities iwth mpi libraries
  416. 416. Rigorous sensor modelling, universal sensor models
  417. 417. Wide range of map projects and datums supported
  418. 418. Non-destructive, parameter based image chains
  419. 419. Native file access
  420. 420. Preceision Terrain correction and ortho-rectification
  421. 421. Elevation support </li></ul></ul>
  422. 422. http://www.ossim.org/
  423. 423. OSSIM Sponsors <ul><li>Radiant Blue </li></ul>
  424. 424. Quantum GIS <ul><li>Started as a PostGIS viewer in 2002 Rapidly grew to an amazing feature set
  425. 425. Very active community around the world (And vocal in Italy)
  426. 426. Much loved for accessing GRASS and Python Scripts
  427. 427. OSGeo Project (GPL license)
  428. 428. Standards: WMS, WFS
  429. 429. Features </li><ul><li>Friendly user interface, identify, select, edit, view, search, projection, print, labelling, change vector and raster symbology, graticule layer, and more!
  430. 430. Vector and Raster, Create edit and Export
  431. 431. Spatial analysis with fTools and GRASS plugins
  432. 432. Publish to the internet, extensible plugin architecture </li></ul></ul>
  433. 433. http://www.qgis.org/
  434. 434. QuantumGIS Sponsors
  435. 435. System for Automated Geoscientific Analyses (SAGA) <ul><li>Open source GIS used for editing and analysis
  436. 436. LGPL (api) with GPL GUI and Modules (Translation GPL core open for your own extension)
  437. 437. Standards: unknown)
  438. 438. Features: </li><ul><li>Many modules for vector, table, grid and image analysis
  439. 439. Geostatistics, image classification, projections, terrain
  440. 440. Dynamic simulations of hydrology,landscape development
  441. 441. GUI, command line, C++ API, Python scripts
  442. 442. Image: filters, edge detection, cluster, segmentation
  443. 443. Raster: interpolation, cost analysis, etc..
  444. 444. Faster User Interface with 3D visualisation
  445. 445. SAGA can be accessed from the R stats language (cool!) </li></ul></ul>
  446. 446. http://www.saga-gis.org
  447. 447. SAGA Sponsors <ul><li>University of Hamburg (Institute of Geography) </li></ul>
  448. 448. User-friendly Desktop Internet GIS (uDig) <ul><li>Friendly Desktop GIS, Started at Refractions in 2004, now a global committee committee
  449. 449. Core GeoSpatial Software Developers Kit (LGPL) </li><ul><li>Used for BeeGIS field GIS system, JGrass others </li></ul><li>Standards: WMS, WFS, WFS-T, SFSQL, WMS-C, SLD
  450. 450. News: uDig 1.2.0 released
  451. 451. Features: </li><ul><li>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. 452. Developers: Industrial Strength Eclipse RCP Framework, Java, Excellent Documentation, GeoTools </li></ul></ul>
  453. 453. http://udig.refractions.net/
  454. 454. uDig Sponsors and Support <ul><li>Axios
  455. 455. CamptoCamp
  456. 456. HydroloGIS
  457. 457. LISAsoft
  458. 458. Refractions Research </li></ul><ul><li>GeoConnections Canada </li></ul>
  459. 459. zyGrib <ul><li>Download and visualize weather forecast
  460. 460. GPL
  461. 461. Standards: GRIB (a weather standard)
  462. 462. Features </li><ul><li>Visualization of meteorologic data from GRIB files
  463. 463. Automatic download of forecast model from NOAA
  464. 464. Automatic download from IAC (fleetcode) data
  465. 465. Animations of 5 day forcast
  466. 466. Create your own regional weather map
  467. 467. View detailed quantitative forecast
  468. 468. Plot wind, pressure, temperature, humidity, rain, snow, cloud cover, dew point and high altitude data </li></ul></ul>
  469. 469. http://www.zygrib.org/
  470. 470. ZyGrib Sponsors
  471. 471. Crisis Management Crisis Management Sahana Agasti Ushahidi
  472. 472. Crisis Management <ul><li>This software is often created out of short term need and then “remade” in order to be prepared for next time
  473. 473. What to look for </li><ul><li>Ability to work without an internet
  474. 474. Cellphones, Crowd-sourcing
  475. 475. Source of funding and volunteers
  476. 476. Raw Human need </li></ul><li>There is not a lot to say at a technical conference like this, pitch in and help out of you can. </li></ul>
  477. 477. Sahana Agasti <ul><li>Disaster management web service
  478. 478. LGPL
  479. 479. Standards
  480. 480. Features </li><ul><li>Situation mapping
  481. 481. Missing Persons Registry
  482. 482. Disaster Victim Registry
  483. 483. Organization Registry
  484. 484. Request/Aid Management
  485. 485. Shelter Registry
  486. 486. Inventory Management, Volunteer Management
  487. 487. Messaging, Catalogue, Reporting </li></ul></ul>
  488. 488. http://www.sahanafoundation.org/
  489. 489. Sahana Agasti Sponsors and Support <ul><li>Sri Lankan FOSS community (2004 Tsunami)
  490. 490. Swedish International Development
  491. 491. IBM
  492. 492. US National Science Foundation </li></ul>
  493. 493. Ushahidi <ul><li>Mapping and Time-line for events gathering data via SMS, email, or web.
  494. 494. License GPL
  495. 495. Standards: KML/KMZ
  496. 496. Features </li><ul><li>Interactive map
  497. 497. Time line
  498. 498. Subscribe to alerts based on proximity
  499. 499. CSS based theming, KML/KMZ files on Map
  500. 500. 5 minute web installer
  501. 501. Custom pages and tabs, site stats and analytics </li></ul><li>Ushahidi means “testimony” in Swahili used to cover post election violence in Kenya </li></ul>
  502. 502. http://www.ushahidi.com
  503. 503. Ushahidi Sponsors <ul><li>Cisco Foundation
  504. 504. Govington and Burling
  505. 505. FrontlineSMS
  506. 506. Hivos Foundation
  507. 507. John S. And James L. Knight Foundation
  508. 508. Humanity United
  509. 509. Macarthur Foundation
  510. 510. Omidyar Network
  511. 511. Open Society Institute </li></ul>
  512. 512. Spatial Tools Spatial Tools GeoKettle Mapnik MapTiler R Spatial Task View GMT
  513. 513. Spatial Tools <ul><li>Business Intelligence </li><ul><li>Reporting
  514. 514. Extract Transform Load (data warehouse background) </li></ul><li>Statistics and Modelling
  515. 515. Cartographic Rendering </li><ul><li>paper is a more careful process than going to screen
  516. 516. national standards often have strict requirements </li></ul></ul>
  517. 517. GeoKettle <ul><li>Spatial-enabled version of Pentaho Data Integration.
  518. 518. LGPL
  519. 519. Standards: SFS
  520. 520. Features: </li><ul><li>Extract: 35 databases, KML, XLS, Xbase, files, generated data, Access, LDAP, geospatial formats
  521. 521. Transform: data transfer engine, lookup, calculation, javascript, SQL, RegExp, Split, Map, Select, Partition, Filter, Merge, Join, Duplicate, Cluster, Pivot, Geospatial
  522. 522. Load: database, warehouse, partition, bulk, parallel, cluster
  523. 523. Control GUI, command line, web service </li></ul></ul>
  524. 524. http://www.geokettle.org/
  525. 525. GeoKettle Sponsors <ul><li>Spatialytics
  526. 526. Laval University </li></ul>
  527. 527. Mapnik <ul><li>Cartographic rendering engine for beautiful maps (famous for OSM!)
  528. 528. LGPL
  529. 529. Features: </li><ul><li>Clean soft feature edges with quality anti-aliasing
  530. 530. Scaling (for printed output)
  531. 531. Intelligent label placement, SVG map Symbols
  532. 532. Often used from Python
  533. 533. This is a general purpose engine, not just for web use! </li></ul></ul>
  534. 534. http://www.mapnik.org/
  535. 535. Mapnik Sponsors
  536. 536. MapTiler <ul><li>Desktop application for tile creation (for rapid raster map publication)
  537. 537. New BSD License
  538. 538. Standard WMTS
  539. 539. Features </li><ul><li>Application generates a simple OpenLayers viewer for you
  540. 540. Works with OpenLayers and Google Maps API
  541. 541. Host anywhere (cloud, S3, FTP)
  542. 542. Mash-up with commercial layers
  543. 543. Process TIFF/GeoTIFF, MrSID, JPEG2000,Erdas HFA, NOAA BSB, JPEG and more
  544. 544. Parallelized rendering on multi-core CPUs </li></ul></ul>
  545. 545. http://www.maptiler.org/
  546. 546. MapTiler Sponsors
  547. 547. R Spatial Task View <ul><li>Statistical programming with access to all the amazing R functionality for image classification, stats analysis, relationship inference, feature patterns etc...
  548. 548. GPL
  549. 549. Features: </li><ul><li>Where can you start when describing “R” ?
  550. 550. Implementation of commercial S / S-Plus language
  551. 551. Hundreds of community add-ons for spatial statistics
  552. 552. Spatial classes, spatial data
  553. 553. Point pattern analysis, geostatistics
  554. 554. Disease mapping, areal data analysis, spatial regression
  555. 555. Ecological analysis </li></ul></ul>
  556. 556. http://cran.r-project.org/
  557. 557. GMT <ul><li>Tools for (x,y) and (x,y,z) datasets
  558. 558. GPL
  559. 559. Features </li><ul><li>Gridding and contouring functions
  560. 560. Data filter, trend fitting, gridding, projecting
  561. 561. Produce Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) illustrations (x-y plots through to contour maps and surfaces)
  562. 562. Many common map projections
  563. 563. Support data for coastlines, rivers and political boundaries
  564. 564. Journal quality cartography </li></ul></ul>
  565. 565. http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu
  566. 566. Maps and Navigation Maps and Navigation GpsDrive OpenStreetMaps Marble OpenCPN Viking Natural Earth
  567. 567. Maps and Navigation <ul><li>This is what it is all about – the data sets (GIS without data – what is the point?)
  568. 568. Things to look for in mapping data </li><ul><li>Where does information comes from? Professional body, government, or crowd-sourcing
  569. 569. Is the data styled (and is it styled well)
  570. 570. What purpose was the data collected for? printing? Printing a t-shirt? Or scientific analysis
  571. 571. Data license – is your planned use covered? </li></ul><li>Things to look for in navigation </li><ul><li>Current high quality data – anything else is just lost
  572. 572. High performance shortest path algorithms
  573. 573. Be careful with boat navigation (please!) </li></ul></ul>
  574. 574. GpsDrive <ul><li>Car, bike, ship, plane, foot navigation system displaying your GPS position on a zoomable map.
  575. 575. GPL
  576. 576. Standards NMEA and Gpsd
  577. 577. Features </li><ul><li>Landsat or OSM data (or work with your own images)
  578. 578. Live rendering of OSM from PostGIS using Mapnik
  579. 579. Live rendering from NASA's Blue Marble moasaic
  580. 580. Verbal instructions using eSpeak
  581. 581. GPX track and rote support
  582. 582. Waypoint storage (SQLite or GPSBabel plain text)
  583. 583. Route planning </li></ul></ul>
  584. 584. http://www.gpsdrive.de
  585. 585. Marble <ul><li>Open source KDE Education project similar to NASA world wind or Google Earth.
  586. 586. LGPL
  587. 587. Features: </li><ul><li>Virtual globe and world atlas
  588. 588. Many datasets including OpenStreetMaps
  589. 589. Available as a KDE Marble widget for custom applications
  590. 590. Navigate globe in 3D, mouse clicks for Wikipedia articles
  591. 591. Multiple maps (planets, moons) to choose from
  592. 592. Solar day/night overlay
  593. 593. Switch between 3D and 2D projected map views
  594. 594. OpenStreetMap integration </li></ul></ul>
  595. 595. http://edu.kde.org/marble/
  596. 596. Natural Earth <ul><li>Public domain map dataset with integrated vector and raster data for visually pleasing, well crafted maps with GIS software.
  597. 597. Translations Cartography strikes back at ugly web mapping.
  598. 598. Features </li><ul><li>Convenience: single source for good quality data
  599. 599. Neatness: consistent shapes across scales line up
  600. 600. Attributes: ranked features names, river width etc...
  601. 601. Free to use for any type of project </li></ul><li>Great collaboration of volunteers supported by North American Cartographic Information Society </li></ul>
  602. 602. http://www.naturalearthdata.com/
  603. 603. Natural Earth Sponsors and Support <ul><li>NACIS
  604. 604. CartoTalk
  605. 605. MapGiving
  606. 606. University of Wisconsin-Madison
  607. 607. Shaded Relief
  608. 608. XNR Productions
  609. 609. FREAC
  610. 610. Springer Cartographics
  611. 611. The Washington Post
  612. 612. Red Gepgraphics </li></ul><ul><li>Kelso Cartography
  613. 613. Avenza Systems </li></ul>
  614. 614. OpenCPN <ul><li>Marine GPS navigation software for use at the helm of vessels of types and sizes.
  615. 615. GPL
  616. 616. Standards NMEA GPS, BCB, C-MAP (CM93/2), S-57 ENC
  617. 617. Features: </li><ul><li>Free navigation software with offline route planning
  618. 618. Developed by a team of sailors with real world testing!
  619. 619. Vessels current position, speed, course superimposed on navigational chart images, tide and current predictions
  620. 620. Raster and vector charts, AIS input decoding
  621. 621. Waypoint / autopilot navigation
  622. 622. Unlimited route/mark creation
  623. 623. Quilted charts, GRIB weather data overlay </li></ul></ul>
  624. 624. http://www.opencpn.org
  625. 625. Open Street Maps <ul><li>Creating and providing free geographic data (such as street maps) to anyone.
  626. 626. Licenses </li><ul><li>Open Street Map (data license)
  627. 627. JOSM, Merkaartor, Osmarender under GPL
  628. 628. JOSM: plugins collection (public domain through to GPL) </li></ul><li>Features </li><ul><li>Global massively crowdsourced dataset
  629. 629. Number of editors available
  630. 630. Number of renderers to choose from (including offline)
  631. 631. Free to use
  632. 632. Widespread geo-application integration </li></ul></ul>
  633. 633. http://www.openstreetmap.org
  634. 634. Viking <ul><li>Easy to use yet powerful GPS data editor, analyzer and viewer
  635. 635. GPL
  636. 636. Features </li><ul><li>Uploading download of waypoints, tracks
  637. 637. Realtime GPS tracking and track recording
  638. 638. Uses maps from Google maps and Terraserver
  639. 639. Analyzing OGV and hiking trips
  640. 640. Anayslzing speed at different places
  641. 641. Adding waypoints where you forgot to mark one but did not slow down or stop </li></ul></ul>
  642. 642. http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/viking/
  643. 643. Using OSGeo Live for Fun and Profit
  644. 644. Take FOSS4G Home with You <ul><li>Grab this presentation </li><ul><li>Creative Commons with Attribution
  645. 645. Thank OSGeo Live (the project that made the DVD)
  646. 646. Thank my employer (LISAsoft) for this presentation </li></ul><li>Highlight the Projects you attended at the conference
  647. 647. Showcase the software </li><ul><li>Burn a USB Key (amazing experience!)
  648. 648. Burn the DVD </li></ul><li>Important! </li><ul><li>Live DVD (no installation issues to ask your IT department about!) </li></ul></ul>
  649. 649. Community Leaders <ul><li>Run your next workshop using OSGeo Live </li><ul><li>Reduced Setup Cost
  650. 650. Burn a copy with your workshop materials </li></ul><li>USB can offer better than harddrive experience! </li><ul><li>And progres is saved (big plus) </li></ul></ul>
  651. 651. Advocacy - Conference Organisers <ul><li>Contact the Devel list
  652. 652. Sponsor a printing run for your conference </li><ul><li>Conference material and branding may be possible </li></ul></ul>
  653. 653. Advocacy - Local OSGeo Chapters <ul><li>Hand out OSGeo Live at conferences
  654. 654. Promote Free Geospatial
  655. 655. Quickstarts allow you to Demo
  656. 656. Ideas </li><ul><li>Include information about your local chapter </li></ul></ul>
  657. 657. Advocacy - Education <ul><li>OSGeo Live is a Lightweight option for the classroom
  658. 658. Project Quickstarts show how to collaborate course material
  659. 659. Talk to the Education Committee
  660. 660. Examples: </li><ul><li>University of Applied Science Rapperswil using on PostGIS using viewers from OSGeo Live without setup </li></ul></ul>
  661. 661. Advocacy - Commercial <ul><li>Include Project Overviews in tender response process
  662. 662. Quote for community collaboration </li><ul><li>OSGeo Projects are open to your involvement
  663. 663. Many have a well defined RFC process you can cost (And list the review process as a benefit) </li></ul><li>Quote for total cost </li><ul><li>Reduce Maintenance cost - push fixes back to the project
  664. 664. (Yes that has nothing to do with OSGeoLive) </li></ul></ul>
  665. 665. Code Sprint FOSS4G “Code Sprint” on Friday <ul><ul><li>Internationalization / Translation of OSGeo Live
  666. 666. We have German volunteers attending
  667. 667. Any volunteers for Spanish, French, Italian?
  668. 668. Contact Astrid Emde </li></ul></ul>Sign up on the wiki http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/FOSS4G_2010_Code_Sprint#LiveDVD
  669. 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
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