[OSGeo-Discuss] use of OSGeo software within regional/national SDI efforts
Pieter De Graef
pieter.degraef at geosparc.com
Mon Mar 15 07:30:58 PDT 2010
In Flander/Belgium, there was the geGIS (generic GIS) back in 2006,
which lead to the creation of the Geomajas project.
The idea was to have a generic platform for the creation what was called
"editable SDI nodes". Although it fell a bit short of reaching that
goal, it dfinitely was a step in the right direction. This first geGIS
installment is now a little outdated, but the government in Flanders is
now looking into renewing the project (using the latest Geomajas again).
Contact point would be info at dfc.be (the company currently maintaining geGIS)
Jo Walsh schreef:
> dear all,
> Next month I've been asked to give a talk about the OSGeo stack to a
> group responsible for planning Scotland's Spatial Data Infrastructure.
> I'm keen to hear of examples of use of OSGeo software packages in SDI
> projects, especially with an INSPIRE focus. For instance I have heard
> that several Scandinavian countries are collaborating on patches to
> GeoNetwork to provide a "member state geoportal" service whose backend
> can be maintained in common.
> Particularly relevant are experiences of (semi-)autonomous regions
> which are feeding data in to national infrastructure but also
> maintaining what they consider to be their own SDI. I just asked this
> on the Spanish list as well.
> Any examples of OSGeo software use (anything from GDAL/OGR and PostGIS
> through OpenLayers and beyond) that could serve as a few-slides "case
> study" would be much appreciated.
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> Discuss at lists.osgeo.org
Pieter De Graef
Chairman of the Geomajas project
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