The Sensor Web community announces a new version of the SOS (Sensor Observation Service) Importer . It is a tool for importing observations from CSV (Character Separated Values) files to a SOS instance. An eight step wizard guides a user through the often cumbersome process of data transformation.
Several months after publishing the SOS 4.x developments, the Sensor Web community is pleased to announce the
52°North SOS 4.1 Release
A downloadable zip archive of the release contains the sources, as well as the binaries. Release requirements, installation and configuration information are documented in the 52°North wiki.
Many thanks to all 52°North SOS contributors for their enhancements and improvements, but also to all users for their feedback!more >
The Sensor Web community has published a new beta release – “RC1″– of 52°North’s implementation of the OGC SOS 2.0 standard. The new SOS 4.0.0 contains improved components and new functionality. more >
Today, a new version of the SOS (Sensor Observation Service) Importer was released. It is a tool for importing observations from CSV (Character Separated Values) files into a SOS instance using an eight step wizard for guiding a user through the often cumbersome process of data transformation.
Version 0.3 offers the following new features:
- Support more observation types
- FTP Remote File Support
- Fixed bugs: 523, 586, 589, 629, 630, 645, 649, 650, 668, 669, 707, 733, 736, 738
- Use SOSWrapper from OXF 2.0-SNAPSHOT
More details can be found on the Wiki page of the SOS importer.
You can download the binaries from our Maven release repository:
Alternatively, you can build the binary files from the source code.