Sensor data has become an important source of information for many applications. Sensors deliver near real-time, as well as, archived data sets, which are relevant for a broad range of thematic domains (e.g. air quality, noise, hydrology, smart cities, traffic, oceanography, disaster management, etc.). Thus, the need for sharing and exchanging sensor data is a highly relevant requirement for many stakeholders from science, administration and private companies.more >
52°North at the GEO-X Plenary in Geneva
This week the Tenth Plenary Session of the Group on Earth Observations (GEO-X) and the 2014 Ministerial GEO Summit take place in Geneva (Switzerland). 52°North is present at this event with two of its European FP7 projects.more >
52°North Sensor Web Community at the FOSS4G 2013 Conference
Next week the FOSS4G 2013 Conference will take place in Nottingham. This is a great opportunity to meet geospatial open source enthusiasts from all over the world.
52North @ AGILE
Last week the AGILE 2011 conference took place in Utrecht (The Netherlands). Several members of the 52°North communities were actively involved in the conference by giving presentations or organizing workshops.