OpenGTS (Open Source GPS Tracking System) is a full featured web-based GPS tracking system for your fleet of vehicles. It supports OpenLayers and other map providers, detail/summary Reporting, and various GPS tracking devices.
Open source system for GPS tracking devices
Open source server for GPS trackers. It includes support for popular devices: TK101, TK102, TK103, TK201, TK202, TK203, TK206, GPS-103, GL100, GL200, AVL-05, AVL-08, Mini MT, GT30i, GT60, VT300, VT310, VT400, PST-AVL01, PT60, PT300X, PT30, MVT340, MVT380, MVT600, GT30, GT30X, MT80, GT200, GT300, GT500, Datamax, ST210, ST900, ST910 and many others. Application includes embedded web server to track devices on map. Official web page: https://www.traccar.org/ Demo: https://www.traccar.org/demo-server/ Source code repository: https://github.com/tananaev/traccar Issues tracker: https://github.com/tananaev/traccar/issues
Geoportal Server is a standards-based, open source product that enables discovery and use of geospatial resources including data and services.
Talend Spatial Module (aka Spatial Data Integrator or SDI) is an ETL tool for geospatial. Based on Talend Open Studio, input, output and transform geocomponents are available. IO components read/write GIS formats(eg.PostGIS, GeoRSS). Transformers all
OpenDMTP is a protocol/framework that allows communications with small devices (mobile phones, PDA's, and other high-latency/low-bandwidth devices), especially geared towards the transmission of GPS, temperature, and other remote monitoring information.
Platform providing the support for Wireless Sensor Networks in the domain of Natural Hazards as a Service. The objective of the WSN platform is monitoring the behaviour of rockfall barriers, rockfall netting, rock sheds and other protection systems
G2C (Geospatial to Civil) The LandGML Interoperability Experiment initiated by Autodesk, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Engineering Research and Development Center, and Galdos Systems. this open source tool transforms LandGML into LandXML documents.
GPSylon is a Java moving map application that is able to display maps like in an atlas and show your position by the use of a gps device. It may track your path, load overlays (e.g. shape files), download maps from expedia servers. - The source code was moved to github!
!!! ABANDONED PROJECT !!! I'd be happy to hand it over to anyone willing to take over, or just to use the name. Check out the showcase : http://gwt-mapfish.sourceforge.net/showcase/GwtMapFishShowcase.html I see there are still some downloads, so I feel I have to advise against using this project. It barely has any functionality, and anyway you'd be better off with home-made GWT widgets and Java logic. GWT-OpenLayers is OK, but don't go further in JS-library wrapping, or it gets messy.
geoLucene is an extension of Lucene that allows to effectively index and search documents that contain locational information (longitude/latitude). It uses R-tree as a spacial index. See http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/lucene/java-dev/53378.
Hanghe is a marine navigator supporting BSB/KAP chart, GPS, multiple chart display, ship tracking. It is developed in Java 1.6.
A command line java tool that allows creating images of earthquake occurrences plotted on a map over time. These images can then be used to create a video / animation (with a seperate tool like mencoder)
A partial Java port of the PROJ.4 map projection library. Most projections are implemented, but datum conversion is still lacking. Original port by Jerry Huxtable www.jhlabs.com, now maintained by Bernhard Jenny. This project moved to https://github.com/OSUCartography/JMapProjLib
This reimplementation is a pure java reimplementation of proj.4 ( https://sourceforge.net/projects/freshmeat_proj.4/ ) instead of a jni wrapper around the native proj.4 libraries
Graphical Viewers project for visualizing civil engineering and survey data in LandXML files.
Geographical search extension to the java lucene search engine
MapProxy is an open source technology used to create and serve up map caches. It is a middle-man between existing web map servers (like MapServer or GeoServer) and web map clients such as OpenLayers and GoogleEarth.
Nazooke! lets people track their friends, vehicles, animals, or other things. It sends the user's position in defined intervals to a remote server which will show the user's position on a map.
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.
This project provides and open source implementation of HELD and related specifications. A HELD client and Location Information Server are included.
ParseMeFree is the NMEA 1083 lightweight parser library written in Java. The library is used to parse NMEA ASCII frames to Java readable objects.
Raster Operations Sequence Engine. Geospatial Raster Processing Template Library. A remote sensing raster processing strategies library. Project Member: Li Fenghua (Ellil) e-Mail: email@example.com
Singularity is a suite of RFID Middleware to support RFID enabled Supply Chain Management, integration to the enterprise, and EPCglobal. It includes edge services for device management, event filtering, workflow, as well as integration components.
A generic geospatial analysis and viewing capability using Perl scripts that provides the foundation and structure for readily creating KML data files from disparate data sources. KML files can be read and viewed by Google Earth and other tools.
Open Source GPS Tracking System. It allows to use mobile phones with J2ME support as mobile trackers and see its tracks on Google Maps online. There is a web RESTful API for GPS data input. See details on http://redmine.wannatrak.com