[OSGeo-Brasil] Congresso sobre software livre para GIS no governo brasileiro
jmckenna em gatewaygeomatics.com
Quarta Setembro 28 09:09:58 PDT 2016
Thank you for this great insight into the general trends, it is great to
hear how FOSS4G is being leveraged at the government level in Brazil!!!!
Please also say hello to Luiz Motta for me. I will be sure to share
your insights to others, to show how Brazil is forward-thinking and a
leader in openness. And good luck with your presentation tomorrow on
the Federal Police's migration to FOSS, sounds very interesting!
President Emeritus, OSGeo
On 2016-09-28 12:44 PM, Daniel Araujo Miranda wrote:
> Hi Jeff, great to hear from you!
> I am surprised at the level of technical talent present here at the
> One guy managed to do considerable integration between ArcGIS and QGis
> to manage a database stored in PostGIS. At the Q&A I poked him a bit on
> that and he said that he thinks ArcGIS support should probably be
> dropped because it is so full of caveats. A big project was presented
> (SIGEF/Terra Legal) which implemented the official integrated parcel
> infrastructure for the entirety of Brazil, based on open source. Luiz
> Motta was the main technical mind behind that.
> We are seeing the work being done on several public institutions and a
> general trend seems to be:
> *the adoption of PostgreSQL+PostGIS
> *the use of QGis as a desktop tool
> *it seems that most institutions have developed qgis plugins for
> internal use
> *low maturity on the infrastructure for information sharing (overloaded
> servers, bandwidth limits, too many interface types)
> I will deliver a presentation tomorrow on the Brazilian Federal Police's
> migration to open source software for GIS.
> I wish you the best!
> Daniel Miranda
> Brazilian Federal Police
> On Tuesday, September 27, 2016 15:55 BRT, Jeff McKenna
> <jmckenna em gatewaygeomatics.com> wrote:
>> Thank you Miranda for sharing the news on this great event. I also
>> tried to share this on Twitter today.
>> Jeff McKenna
>> President Emeritus, OSGeo
>> On 2016-09-27 3:35 PM, Daniel Araujo Miranda wrote:
>> > Olá pessoal,
>> > Divulgo o seminário sobre uso de software livre para informações
>> > geoespaciais no governo que está acontecendo hoje, amanhã e depois
>> no IBAMA.
>> > O portal do evento é:
>> > https://doity.com.br/foss4gisgov/
>> > Existe um link para esse portal a partir do portal do ibama
>> > (siscom.ibama.gov.br), mas não estou conseguindo abrir o portal do IBAMA
>> > agora.
>> > O seminário será transmitido ao vivo pelo
>> > link http://asiste.ibama.gov.br/ibama/
>> > Abraço,
>> > Miranda
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