[GeoNode-users] Registering SOS in GeoNode?
simone.dalmasso at gmail.com
Sat Aug 19 15:44:14 PDT 2017
those are kind of features that would need to be developed, are not in
geonode core unfortunately.
2017-08-18 5:18 GMT-04:00 mane moshref <many_yammy at yahoo.com>:
> Hello all,
> I am quite new to Geonode and struggling to understand how it works.
> I am setting up a SDI for a research project. As the main component of SDI
> I need to set up a Catalogue Service for Web and for that I used Geonetwork
> which is quite easy to work and very user friendly even in setting it up.
> However, it is limited to geo-spatial data and I need a registry which can
> cover more than geo-spatial like csv, pdf, etc.
> I came across Genode by searching through possible platforms which are
> conforming to CSW. As Geonode has the pycsw extension (which I still
> struggle to understand how it works) I thought it is a good choice for my
> But I have a main question which makes me a bit skeptical in choosing the
> GeoNode. I have several OGC services such as CityGML compliant WFS and also
> SOS (e.g. 52 north). my question is, is it possible to registry SOS and
> CityGML data into GeoNode?
> If "Yes":
> my second question is, for SOS, for example there is one station
> (represented as point) to which different SOS services (sensors) are
> linked. Is it possible to show the relation in discovery mode via Geonode?
> I mean that these two services entered with relation for example to one
> location, so when I search for one SOS and open it (on map for example) the
> information also shows that to this same location, another service is
> registered. Of course this service can be another SOS or even WFS, or
> another type of information such as PDF, etc.
> Many thanks in advance
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