This week, we will have one blog post by each of this year’s Google Summer of Code students presenting their project and themselves. After Khalid posted his blog, it is now Patrick’s turn!
This is the first blog post for the Google Summer of Code 2013 project being organized by 52°North and me with the goal of adding support for seismic data in the existing applications Sensor Observation Service (SOS) and Sensor Web (SWE). These applications currently function in unison to provide a user with sensor data; to display both the sensor location on a map, as well as the corresponding graphical information the user asks for. The data formats that are supported right now are based on climate and hydrology sensing and the applications have so far existed for the purpose of analyzing this sort of observation information. This project’s outcome more >