Dear Reader, We've been invited by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Opportunity Project (TOP) teams to join the 2022 TOP Sprint to address FEMA’s problem statement on building community and individual climate resilience. The project we have developed was based on the latest version of GeoNode 4.0 with a special focus on the use of Dashboard and Geostory tools to present the results of spatial data analysis, in an eye-catching and immersive way. We studied spatial correlations of the adoption of FEMA Building Codes with environmental risks and equity parameters, analyzing two different use cases according to the...More
Dear Reader, We are pleased to announce the new release 2022.02.00 of MapStore, our flagship Open Source WebGIS product. The full list of changes for this release can be found here, while this blog highlights the most interesting ones. In Github it is possible to also consult the full list of new features, enhancements and fixes we have provided with this release. One of the main purposes of this new version of MapStore is to add new functionalities for the 3D support opening the doors to further interesting enhancements for the next releases. Let's now go through the most important improvements together....More
Introducing public training schedule for 2023 for GeoNode, GeoServer and MapStore from GeoSolutions!
Dear Reader, GeoSolutions provides professional training services on GeoServer, MapStore, GeoNode and GeoNetwork worldwide, our trainers are renowned professionals in the open source geospatial community. They have in-depth technical knowledge about the various open source products GeoSolutions supports, since they are part of the core development team behind them. GeoSolutions has been providing training in the last 10 years privately for clients and also during public events in global, regional, and national conferences (e.g. FOSS4G, GEOINT and INSPIRE conferences). Countries where GeoSolutions has provided training include: Italy, USA, Canada, France, Switzerland, Germany, UK, Belgium, Uganda. Madagascar, Nepal, Suriname, Zambia, Mozambique,...More
Dear Reader, we are pleased to be a Gold sponsor of FedGeoDay 2022, an event bringing together open-source geo leaders from federal government agencies and industry. Participation by NSA, NGA, NASA, NOAA, USGS, Census Bureau, DoD, OpenStreetMap, top technology firms, and NGOs makes FedGeoDay a valuable event devoted to knowledge exchange, discussion, and networking in support of hybrid and open geospatial ecosystems. In addition to sponsoring the event, our team will be hosting two free workshops: Introduction to GeoNode, with Andrea Aime Modern data dissemination with GeoServer, with Giovanni Allegri The GeoServer and GeoNode workshops are from 9AM-12PM, across the...More
Dear Reader, We are pleased to announce the new release 4 of GeoNode. A live demo is available for anyone to try and preview the new features. Up-to-date documentation is also available to dig into the full list of features and options. This is the first official release since we started the re-design of GeoNode to make it even more straightforward to use, secure and scalable. A lot of enhancements have been introduced since the beginning of this process. GeoNode 4 is the continuation of a long story that started around 2009. The idea to create an open-source web-based application and...More