This is a beginnerproject for creating opensource navigation software like TomTom or Garmin on a PC platform with a .NET platform. Finally it will run on a PocketPC for PDA's.
Tools for geocachers, including pocket query coverage visualization.
OSM Pandora will someday be a map rendering and creating tool based upon data from OpenStreetMap. It will be similar to the already existing Kosmos but instead of .Net it is implemented with Qt4.5.
With OSM Parser it is possible to process OpenStreetMap geodata for various purposes. For example, it can be used to extract streets or other OSM elements for user defined regions to generate a street directory.
The goal of the OSM2PostGIS project is to develop an OpenStreetMap data processor that can import any amount of .osm XML data into a PostGIS database, and produce evaluated navigation network topologies to support routing.
OSinfra is an opensource project to administrate information about geographical infrastructure.
ODSSA - is a system for storing, searching and viewing spatially and temporally indexed photos, videos, GIS tracks, ESRI shape, and other files. It consists of an import tool, open API Server, browser based Client for search and viewing files.
Logiciel libre de calcul et de CAD pour géomètres Le but poursuivi est de réaliser un logique libre permettant l'entrée de donné issues des carnets de terrains, de les calculer et de générer automatiquement le fond de plan.
A universal navigation system for most kind of mobile phones, smartphones, portables and laptops for different kind of navigation: car/bicycle/pedestrian navigation, geocaching and maybe more.
.NET Framework GPS communications class library for communicating with GPS devices using NMEA 0183 and/or Garmin protocols. Written in C# with some Win32 interop (not quite mono compatible).
That project aims at providing a clean service API, and the corresponding C++ implementation, for freely available geographical-based services on the Internet (e.g., GeoIP service by the GPL-based software77 database, Yahoo! GeoPlanet, etc.).
This project is an open source implementation of axial space syntax software. Space syntax is an analytic urban theory used by researchers to understand elements of the structural aspects of design and how these effect pedestrians and social interaction.
Osm2mpGUI is a GUI extension for osm2mp perl script written by liosha for converting Openstreetmap xml files (*.osm) into polish format (*.mp)
KML and Google Maps System based on near realtime data provided by Mobile GPS systems. Expected uses include aircraft, yacht, vehicle location, altitude and ground speed tracking for commercial or domestic tracking.
This system will allow importation of KML files that are properly formatted into a MySQL database. It will then be possible to edit the markers, folders and, 'trips', then export the data as a KML or KML network link.
PKGML is a java gis toolkit to create dynamic, interactive maps.
Photo album with geographic information. Combines GPS information with image information to create an SVG Geo-Photo album.
Photo Tracker takes a gpx track and some fotos and displays the fotos on a map using the gpx data to find the location of the fotos.
PyMemorial is a tool to generate cadastral survey documentation using brazilian's INCRA standards. Completely written in Python it aims to be a simple way to produce all documents following the most current legislation.
PyOGCLib is a package of classes that implement specifications of the Open GIS Consortium (OGC), allowing Python applications to spatially plug-and-play with other geoprocessing systems.
QGis Python Plugin to create named map themes to switch the visibility of all layers belonging to theme. Experimental working prototype with functionality to include in future version of QGIS.
implementing k-spatial entropy methodology
The R package to be built aims at implementing what I did in a few scripts for the preparation of the papers I published in CaGEO and TGIS (see below). Basically this is related to the computation of the distribution of k co-occurrences of spatial events (generalising the contiguity distributions - 2 co-occurrences at distance 0) to derive spatial clustering statistics (mainly using the Shannon entropy, then called the k-spatial entropy) and methods linked to this: SOOk, SelSOOk (see caGEO paper) and scankOO (see TGIS). Another method (CAkOO) performing a k-Correspondence Analysis (i.e. on a multiway table with k entries) on the contingencies of co-occurrenceshas been already "published in my JSS paper about another R package: PTAk. At the moment the basic scripts I have are based on points and use the R package spatstat, but I would like also to extend to any geometry type. So from all this "a plan" has first to be drawn! ... (see Homepage website for references)
SVGeo brings extensive GIS application functionality to the web using an intuitive interface. SVGeo uses SVG and ECMAScript to provide a variety of navigational and query tools and to display both raster and vector data from web and mapping services.
A next-generation runtime service registry
The promise of SOA leads us down the path of creating, publishing and both statically and dynamically consuming run-time service. These services can be either human consumable (web sites, widgets and/or portlets) or machine consumable (REST, SOAP, JMS, MQ, FTP, RMI, etc) services. The adoption and usage of UDDI has made clear that it is not the answer to the dynamic discovery and consumption model. This Service-Registry project targets the next generation of application and how they will both publish and consume run-time service and propogate registry entries across a network of registries. Further, other registries loose value over time as they eventually get filled with garbage that makes it difficult to discern good entries from defunct entries. Service-Registry is designed to be "self cleaning" keeping the usefulness of registry high. Service-Registry also has a robust federation strategy and implementation to allow registry entries move about the service ecosystem.