The Foresight project provides a data entry system for Cadastral mapping (the basic project includes a handy interface-driven map control for use in desktop applications).
Java topology suite is an API of 2D spatial predicates and functions. Provides a complete , consisstent, robust methods of 2D spatial algortims. This DLL is writen in Java and compiled in .net VS2005.
Geoclipse is a collection of Eclipse plugins, that allow you to add mapping capabilities to your Eclipse Rich Client applications. Current development happens on github! http://michaelkanis.github.com/geoclipse
GeoSharp is a C# library that can read and process GeoRSS feeds.
Autonomous Distributed GIS :: GLOBALBASE / browser COSMOS / server LANDSCAPE :: Browsing graphically seamless the Earth. The world is group of many maps which are in the worldwide distributed server.
Meteo Plus is a data logger able to handle data from NMEA and non-NMEA devices like GPSs and Weather stations (e.g. Furuno/Aanderaa). Formulas are used to shape the data before presenting them in tables, visualization plug-ins or logging to a database.
TF.NET (Topology Framework .NET) represents a topological manipulation API for Feature Data Objects (FDO) based geometries. Recent updates also include MgServerExtensions, a managed extender for OSGeo MapGuide (Enterprise/OS versions).
Programmatic GPS/NMEA-sentence interface.
Generate .bat files for generating tiled .tif files from MrSID using FWTools gdal_translate and gdaladdo for use by mapserver. This tool also creates the .bat file for generating the tile index and tile shape files for use by mapservertilecache.
QS-City 3D is a quality assurance application to ensure the correctness of geometric objects described in the CityGML format. The objects may be viewed in an OpenGL-based 3D view.
pgArcNG -the ArcGIS(ArcMap) connector to postgis with multiuser editing ability.
The R-tree Library aims to implement a generic, portable, easy-to-use collection of R-tree variants. Tested to work under Linux and Windows, using GNU, Intel and VC++ compilers, and also implementing many variants already, we are well underway.
Geographical search extension to the java lucene search engine
Geodesy based library (geodetic and geocentric functions)
geoStarsLib has functions for dealing with many geodesy-based problems found in positioning, pointing, and surveying situations. It is useful to determine absolute position on the earth, pointing vectors, coordinate transformations, and other functions.
An LGPL library for reading and interpreting GIS data files.
OSIOSS (Open Source Integrated Observing System Software) is a collection of code which can be used for geospatial observing systems merging data collection, management and products solutions with ocean observing systems (OOS) as an initial focus.
Mapyrus is software to plot Geographic Information System data to PostScript, PDF, SVG and web image files. Mapyrus combines a BASIC-like scripting language, reading GIS datasets and running as either a utility program, a Java Servlet, or as a webser
FlexGIS allows end-users to perform basic geospatial analysis in a Flash frontend, without having to be familiar with standard GIS tools. Users can combine layers on-the-fly, to create advanced data visualizations. Note: Source code has been moved to GitHub (so people can submit pull requests if they've modified code and want to share). https://github.com/rvaidya/FlexGIS
Geographic Information System based on Geotools and NetBeans
Geographic Information System based on Geotools and NetBeans.
Mapnik is an OpenSource C++/Python toolkit for developing GIS (Geographic Information Systems) applications. At the core is a C++ shared library providing algorithms/patterns for spatial data access and visualization.
Omoa is cartographic visualization framework that enables programmers and cartographers to develop visualization applications of geospatial and statistical data.
LGPL GML parser
LGML is a GML parser under the LGPL license. The aim is to parse a GML document or fragment in order to get a WKT output. 2D and 3D inputs are both handled, but it is not permitted to have mixed geometries. The caller can choose if the input coordinates are parsed as X, Y, Z (if present) order, or Y, X, Z (if present) order. The willing of the project is to be a starting point useful for developers that need to parse GML objects in order to use them, for example, in the context of OGC catalogue projects. The library is compiled using Java 1.5 or 1.6. For now, supported inputs are: LineString, MultiLineString, MultiPoint, MultiPolygon, Point, Polygon, MultiSurface (in an experimental way: the only child object handled is Polygon). At the following URL: http://126.96.36.199:8080/lgml is exposed a minimal web interface in order to test it.
Woodland potential calculator GIS presentation application
The Forestry Commission and Natural England commissioned a bespoke data collection and presentation tool for calculating the potential for increasing the extent of tree cover across the north west of England. The data was divided into sub-regions by landscape type using Natural England's Character Area classifications. The potential within each of these Character Areas was then estimated by working groups of local experts who were capable of making reasoned assessments of both the opportunities and constraints to woodland creation. Subsequently, this project was considerably extended and adopted as a national system. It is currently being used to compile the National Woodland Potential dataset for the whole of England.
A disk based production quality RTree based upon Guttmans quadratic split algorithm having following features: Buffering with dirty write, Index joins, Tree Seeding, Window and NN queries, Runtime STR Packing capability, Completely Thread safe.