Last week, Sensor Web enthusiasts met in Münster for a successful 2 day Sensor Web Workshop. Participants shared their versitile implementations of various 52°North’s components, such as SOS and Sensor Web Client.
We are happy to announce the publication of our new RESTful Binding Extension for the SOS.
The extension provides a means for accessing and manipulating SOS resources (i.e., observations, capabilities, offerings, sensors, and features) in a RESTful way – that means, plain HTTP methods (GET, DELETE, POST, PUT) can be used to interact with those resources. Using REST makes client development easy and lightweight.
The implementation of this RESTful extension is based on the latest 52°North SOS and can be easily added to existing deployments of our SOS 4.0 implementation. The SOS RESTful Binding Extension is realized as a specific binding for the SOS 4.0 – adding REST functionality beyond the standard KVP and SOAP bindings.
This project is funded by the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and is part of their Environmental and Crisis Information System (UKis).
52°North Associate Partner KISTERS AG is looking for a software developer for web technology. The tasks at hand:
- product development and maintenance of web solutions in the product fields Hydrology und Energy
- analysis, design and realization of browser-based software solutions
- modeling and documentation of software architecture and software components
More information (in German) can be found here or contact Dr. Heinz-Josef Schlebusch )