wiki:Projects/Wishlist

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Package wishlist

Hale studio enables you to transform and harmonise spatial data, with a focus on highly complex data sets. Set up reporting, analysis and data publishing workflows easily by defining schema mappings. Furthermore, hale studio documents the data transformation process and its impact on data quality.

Application to Join OSGeo-Live: https://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/live-demo/2017-July/012418.html

The OGC's Conformance and Testing Engine for web services.

Likely ready for OSGeo-Live 10, after completion of moving TEAM Engine to a VM in OGC Testbed 12.

Contact: Luis Bermudez, Richard Martell

python based implementation of the OGC Web Processing Service (WPS). Now in OSGeo incubation. retired after osgeo-live 10.5 because quickstart was broken

contact: Jachym Cepicky, Tom Kralidis

Interactive visualisation of plate-tectonics. Started OSGeo incubation, end of 2015. Interested to join OSGeo-Live 10.5 (were not ready for 9.5 or 10.0)

Contact: John Cannon, Dietmar Muller

Opticks is a remote sensing and imagery analysis software platform applied for OSGeo incubation

Contact: Trevor Clarke

for cataloging netCDF data concerns: 2015 (OSGeo-Live 9.0): https://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/live-demo/2015-November/010654.html. Connected with community - waiting for response: Dec 2015, OSGeo-Live 9.5

Contact: Sean Arms

Feature Data Object (FDO) is an OSGeo graduated library. Dec 2015: Haven't managed to connect with community.

Contact: Jackie Ng?

supports GPS maps in GeoTiff? format as well as Garmin's img vector map format. Aims to be a great geodata viewer like QGIS, but without all the expert tools. Package available in Ubuntu

Contact: Oliver Eichler

An open source geographic data processing engine for high performance applications.

Contact: Philip Neustrom

Distributed Spatial Data Versioning

Contact: Jeffrey Johnson, David Winslow

EasySDI is a simple and ready-to-use solution to deploy a Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) based on ISO/OGC standards. The solution is particularly designed for setting up discovery, view and download services in a securized environement with rights management and multilingual support.

Contact: Xavier Merour

Working to develop an open source, federated web application to discover, preview, and retrieve geospatial data.

Contact: Patrick Florance

Geospatial Content Management System based upon Postgis, MapServer? and OpenLayers?. Seems to be died

Contact: Marco Afonso

A set of libraries and apps for site-level terrain visualization. Concerns: this is now unmaintained, or close to it.. and not current -dbb

Contact: Ben Discoe