GPS track editor for editing tracks and planning (multiple) day tours
JGPSTrackEdit is a tool for editing gps tracks and planning (multiple days) tours (GPS track editor). An abritary number of tracks may be opened or created, tracks may be merged. A track may be splitted, reversed or edited (e.g. compressed and corrected). Points may be inserted or appended to a track (routing supported) or may be moved or deleted from a track. Maps of several providers are available, the default map is OpenStreetMap. Currently supported track formats: garmin route, gpx and txc, kml, import from www.gpsies.com. JGPSTrackEdit my also be used to download tile images for later offline use by smartphone apps. JGPSTrackEdit is written in the java language. To run the software, a java runtime installation is required (may be obtained from www.java.com/download/index.jsp) More information, including the user manual, may be found on the wiki pages (https://sourceforge.net/p/jgpstrackedit/wiki/Home/)
CatMDEdit is a metadata editor tool for describing resources, mainly geographic information. Developed by IAAA (University of Zaragoza) and GeoSpatiumLab S.L., sponsored by IGN Spain. Technical details: Java, XML, multiplatform, multilingual.
The full-featured, easy-to-use desktop GIS with real processing power!
The Community Edition (gvSIG CE) is a fork of the gvSIG desktop GIS project (http://www.gvsig.org). It is open to external contributors and fully community-driven. Our official releases are designed to be portable and include all necessary binaries for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. No installation necessary: Just download, unpack and run!
Distributed Version Control System for Geospatial data
Welcome to the GeoGig project, exploring the use of distributed management of spatial data. GeoGig draws inspiration from Git, but adapts its core concepts to handle versioning of geospatial data. Users are able to import raw geospatial data (currently from Shapefiles, PostGIS or SpatiaLite) in to a repository where every change to the data is tracked. These changes can be viewed in a history, reverted to older versions, branched in to sandboxed areas, merged back in, and pushed to remote repositories.
WMS UniPortal is a unified geospatial portal which is focusing on OGC Web Services to allow users to search their interested WMS in a comprehensive WMS library efficiently. Go to http://eie.cos.gmu.edu/WMSUniPortal/ to check the operational instance