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.
52°North SOS 4.1
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 >
SOS 4.0.0 RC1 released
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 >
SOS Importer 0.3.0 Development Version Released
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.
Feel free to share your experience with the Sensor Web community in our forum or mailing list (choose which you want, they are synchronized ;-)).