Sensor Web, Geoprocessing, Security & GeoRM, Geostatistics, Semantics, 3D, Ilwis, Earth Observation

Welcome Google Summer of Code 2015 Students!

April 28th, 2015 @ 10:08 by Ann Hitchcock
Posted in 3D, 52°North, enviroCar, Geoprocessing, GSoC, ILWIS, Sensor Web

52°North is pleased to welcome the following students to work closely with us this summer on 6 Google Summer of Code projects!

  1. “SPARQL endpoint and Interoperability for enviroCar data”, Deepak Nair (India)
  2. “enviroCar Light”, Arne DeWall (Germany)
  3. “Social Driving Stats” (enviroCar), Heshitha Hettihewa (Sri Lanka)
  4. “Statistics for OGC Web services”, Csaba Lestar (Hungary)
  5. “WPS-ILWIS Bridge”, Aron Karolyi  (Hungary)
  6. “3D Connection Maps”, Adhitya Kamakshidasan (India)


Advanced time series analysis on the web with R

April 22nd, 2015 @ 11:25 by Daniel Nuest
Posted in Communities, Geostatistics, Sensor Web

Today we want to present one of the latest open source projects that brings together expertise from the Geostatistics and Sensor Web communities. The new web application sensorweby successfully integrates the 52°North JavaScript SOS Client with the analytical powers of R and creates a new and completely open source software solution to create advanced analysis and visualizations of time series data.

Find out more about the project on GitHub or Open HUB and try out the examples pages on the Geostaticstics Community Demo Server and 52°North contributor IRCEL-CELINE.

FOSSGIS Conference 2015 wrap up

April 21st, 2015 @ 09:40 by Ann Hitchcock
Posted in 52°North, Communities

FOSSGIS COnferenc 2015 participants

Muenster says adieu and thanks to the FOSSGIS Conference 2015! (more…)

52°North JavaScript SOS Client 1.0 – official release

April 13th, 2015 @ 07:56 by Jan Schulte
Posted in 52°North, Sensor Web

We are proud to release the first version of the JavaScript SOS client! This lightweight browser client enables users to display time series and metadata of one or more Sensor Observation Services.

A responsive design supports a broad range of devices from mobile devices to desktop screens. Based on HTML and JavaScript, the client uses the following main libraries and frameworks:

  • JQuery (extended JavaScript functionalities),
  • Bootstrap (design),
  • Leaflet (to select station by a map),
  • Flot (to display the time series).