GIS wins the 4th award at the Galileo Computing "Open Source
Sponsoring 2005"competition. More Information on
"http://www.galileocomputing.de/sponsoring/" the Galileo Computing Website.
some news from the developer team.
The SAGA developer team just released the new version of open source GIS SAGA.
SAGA 1.2 is now online!!
Just download it under www.saga-gis.org... read more
This year we are presenting SAGA-GIS at the CeBIT in Hanover.
You can meet the SAGA Developer Team in Hall 9, Booth B22
CeBit 2005 10 -16 March 2005
Dear SAGA users,
Victor Olaya has finished a first
"Beta Version" of the SAGA GIS manual:
"A gentle introduction to SAGA GIS"
which will be released at the end of
October along with the SAGA GIS 1.2 version.
We invite you to download and review
this manual or even single chapters or
You can find this manual under the
http://geosun1.uni-geog.gwdg.de/saga/uploads/saga_manual.pdf ... read more
Dear SAGA GIS User,
the SAGA developer team just released SAGA GIS version 1.1.
SAGA GIS 1.1 comes with improved vector data handling and
drawing performance. There also are some new modules like:
Projection - GeoTRANS, a module for coordinate transformations
based on the GeoTRANS-engine of the National Imagery and
Mapping Agency (NIMA) or Grid_IO_GDAL,
a SAGA interface module
to Frank Warmerdam's (http://www.remotesensing.org/gdal/index.html)
Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL) for import of various
raster formats.... read more
SAGA -- System for an Automated Geo-scientific Analysis -- a free Geographical Information System (GIS) is released in Version 1.0.
The SAGA API supports grid data like digital terrain models and satellite images, vector data, and tables.
This API makes it easy to implement new algorithms and exempts the developer from hassle programming overhead like user-interface design or file-io.
SAGA comes with a big collection of SAGA-Modules, in areas of terrain-analysis, geo-statistics, image processing and process simulation.