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OSGeo-Live 11.0 released

September 18th, 2017 @ 13:03 by Ann Hitchcock
Posted in 52°North, Communities, Geoprocessing, Sensor Web


OSGeo-Live 11.0 has been released! It has been a major reboot, with a refocus on leading applications and emphasis on quality over quantity. Less mature parts of the projects have been dropped with a targeted focus placed on upgrading and improving documentation. There is now support for isohybrid ISO images with UEFI

52°North’s latest SOS version is now available on OSGeo-Live!

The 52°North SOS 4.4.0 facilitates European air quality data reporting and exchange. New features include:

OSGeo-Live is a self-contained bootable DVD, USB flash drive and Virtual Machine based upon Lubuntu Linux (version 16.04 LTS). OSGeo-Live is pre-configured with a wide variety of robust open source geospatial software. All applications can be tried without installing anything on your computer, simply by booting the computer from a DVD or USB drive, or running in a Virtual Machine environment. Each featured package is accompanied by both a publication quality one page descriptive summary and a short tutorial on how to get started using it.

With this version, you can run instances of the following 52°North service implementations:

  • 52°North SOS version 4.4.0 Just go to GeospatialWeb ServicesStart 52°North SOS to start testing. Firefox will open with three tabs:
    • a client to test the SOS
    • a quick start page to get things started
    • a documentation page about the 52°North SOS implementation
  • 52°North WPS version 3.6.1 Just go to GeospatialWeb ServicesStart 52°North WPS to start testing:
    • a simple client to test the WPS
    • a quick start page to get things started
    • a documentation page about the 52°North WPS implementation

Just give it a try and test a lot of geospatial applications without installing any of them. The OSGeo Live DVD contains software for the following categories, and it is all FOSS:


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