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Usability improvements for smle – Final GSoC post

August 19th, 2016 @ 12:14 by Aleksandr Shevchenko
Posted in Communities, GSoC, Sensor Web

smle /ˈsmaɪ.li/ is one of 52°North’s new developments. It is a SensorML editor based on TypeScript and Angular 2. The implementation of this editor  started earlier this year within the projects NeXOS and FixO3. The idea of the Google Summer of Code activity was to enrich the editor with further functionality and input fields.
As the Google Summer of Code 2016 comes to an end, we can see the results of the 13 week development period and compare it with the first plan described in the introductory blog post and with the interim results from the mid-term blog post. (more…)

Terrain Model Generation and Analysis – Midterm

June 28th, 2016 @ 11:58 by Adhitya Kamakshidasan
Posted in 3D, 52°North, GSoC

Introduction

The 52°North Triturus library is extremely powerful and provides a lot of functionalities in the field of 3D geovisualization. This library is used in a lot of projects such as 52°North terrainServer and 52°North WorldViz. Currently, the terrainServer offers web-based services providing perspective terrain views. The project’s goal is to extend terrain model generation and analysis to practical scenarios in which it would be desirable to have web-based access to tools (e.g., difference surfaces, mass calculations, inclination analysis) and to model generation functions. These should use 52°North Triturus library. In the Google Summer of Code 2016 program, we shall try to achieve web-based access for some of these tools. This new module has been named ‘terrainTools’ and will be a standalone project. (more…)

Usability improvements for smle – Midterm

June 24th, 2016 @ 09:15 by Aleksandr Shevchenko
Posted in 52°North, GSoC, Metadata Management, Sensor Web

smle /ˈsmaɪ.li/ is one of 52°North’s new developments. It is a SensorML editor based on TypeScript and Angular 2. The implementation of this editor  started earlier this year within the projects NeXOS and FixO3. The idea of the Google Summer of Code activity is to enrich the editor with further functionality and input fields.
After the one month of development in this GSoC project, we can see the progress and can give an insight into the current state of development. The introductory blog post with the plans for all the summer can be found here. (more…)

Terrain Model Generation and Analysis

May 25th, 2016 @ 22:37 by Adhitya Kamakshidasan
Posted in 3D, 52°North, GSoC

My name is Adhitya Kamakshidasan and I recently graduated from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur, India. I will be working on the Google Summer of Code 2016 project “Terrain Model Generation and Analysis” under the able guidance of Professor Dr. Benno Schmidt (Hochschule Bochum) and Christian Danowski (52°North). (more…)

Usability improvements for smle

May 24th, 2016 @ 10:43 by Aleksandr Shevchenko
Posted in 52°North, Communities, GSoC, Metadata Management, Sensor Web

smle /ˈsmaɪ.li/ is one of 52°North’s new developments. It is based on TypeScript and Angular 2 and enables web-based editing of SensorML descriptions. The implementation of this editor  started earlier this year within the context of the projects NeXOS and FixO3. The idea of the Google Summer of Code activity is to enrich the editor with further functionality and to improve the usability in some aspects. (more…)

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