GPX viewer and analyzer
GPXSee is a GPS log file viewer and analyzer that supports GPX, TCX, KML, FIT, IGC and NMEA files.
The 3D Toolkit provides algorithms and methods to process 3D point clouds. In includes automatic precise registration (6D simultaneous localization and mapping, 6D SLAM) and other tools, e.g., a fast 3D viewer, plane extraction software, etc.
Subway maps of the World !
Vector metro (subway) map for calculating route and getting information about transport nodes. Its GPL project for creating analog of pMetro (Muradov B.) About 200 maps of subways are available: http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://pmetro.su/Maps.html (Maps have an open format and can easily be edited or created) App available for many platforms: http://qt-apps.org/content/show.php?content=146249 Also available for Symbian: http://qmetro.sf.net/mobile/ How to translate: https://sf.net/projects/qmetro/files/translation/
Sentinels Application Platform (SNAP)
ESA Sentinel Toolbox for Earth Observation
The remote sensing and GIS library is a set of C++ libraries and commands for the processing of spatial data (raster, vector and point cloud). Functionality is available through an XML interface, ideal for batch processing. Code is has been moved to https://bitbucket.org/petebunting/rsgislib
A library of tools and API (C++ and Python) for the storage and processing of large 3D laser scanning (LiDAR, ALS, TLS) datasets using a pulse based spatially indexed file format (SPD) which support for both discrete return and full waveform datasets. Code has moved to https://bitbucket.org/petebunting/spdlib
Build on top of SPDLib this application provides a 3D points viewer for the visualisation of laser scanning data (e.g., LiDAR and TLS). The GUI is developed using QT and C++ and has been provided/tested for Mac OS X but can be complied on others. Code has been moved to https://bitbucket.org/petebunting/spd-3d-points-viewer.
This program creates a properly formatted POI file for use with openlayers slippymap object. For example pins placed onto an openstreetmap frame.
Ready-to-use appliance for GIS, Data Mining and Analysis, Modelling...
GISBox by Citiviz is a ready-to-use virtual appliance containing an assortment of powerful, free and open source GIS, Data Mining and Analysis, Modelling and Programming software and packages. The pre-configured and tested GISBox allows you to try and use in few minutes a variety of software used by data scientists, engineers, physicists, mathematicians, geomatics engineers, and geographers from around the globe, without installing anything more than once the Oracle VirtualBox™ software (https://www.virtualbox.org/) on your Linux, Windows or Mac computer. The GISBox is free and open, allowing it to be freely distributed, duplicated and passed around, even with your own datasets and in-house applications. If you read this and are related to the Ecole polytechnique de Lausanne - EPFL (http://www.epfl.ch) in Switzerland, please use this link for downloading or support information: http://gisbox.epfl.ch. Happy (geo)Data Hacking! Brought to you by Citiviz' Builders
Footprints is an App provided by HTC Android based phones, combining the GPS position, a photo, address and other tags of a location into a database . QFootPrints, a portable, QT-based application, supports importing, editing and exporting them.
ForeRunner X01 toolkit provides an easy access to Forerunner 201/301/305/305E GPS-units. There are multiple command line tools to read data from GPS into database and tools to export data in different formats like gpx and tcx.
Simple editor for GPX files written in GTK, which can add, remove or edit waypoints. Also uses osm-gps-map (http://tinyurl.com/osmgpsmap) to provide a world-wide map with customizable source (OpenStreetMap, Google, ...).
GeoDress is a program for reverse geocoding of JPEG pictures with a simple GUI and even a command-line interface.
Osm2mpGUI is a GUI extension for osm2mp perl script written by liosha for converting Openstreetmap xml files (*.osm) into polish format (*.mp)
Geomatics & mapping tools for the masses!
The purpose of this workshop is to share the tools created as an aid to our everyday work with students, enthusiasts and specialists interested in the development and use of new technologies including (but not limited to) geomatics, mapping, web mapping services (WMS), drafting, remote sensing, GIS and related occult sciences of Gaia. Check out the NBR (dn2nbr) and NDVI (dn2ndvi) calculating tools for GRASS GIS at the top menu!!!
Software package that facilitates traffic simulation
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.
This project provides a GUI interface to the Remote Sensing and GIS library (RSGISLib) allowing the input XML files to be edited, validated and executed. The interface also provides XML templates for common tasks.
functions for working with geographical data in lisp
Uses opencv to create a zoom-able map, upon which you can place vectorized objects. The idea is to have these objects available in the map, in a list-view and on the REPL. Not complete. No documentation.
GRASS GIS script to calculate de NBR out of a Landsat 7 image.
dn2nbr (short for Digital Numbers to Normalized Burn Ratio) is a script designed to work in GRASS GIS to calculate the NBR from a Landsat 7 image with Digital Numbers values. Obtaining a NBR image is a tedious task in GRASS since bands 4 and 7 of the scene have to be converted to radiance and reflectance values (using gap masks if necessary) prior to calculating the NBR itself, so this script was created to simplify the process. 2 new images will be created from the inputs with the radiance and reflectance values, each output will have the same name of the input along with the "_RAD" and "_REF" suffix respectively. The final NBR image's name will be specified by the user. More information can be found in the wiki!
itrackutil can be used to download and convert data from XAiOX iTrackU GPS data loggers and compatible devices. Device settings can be checked and changed via the graphical user interface.
A map maker via online map services
Mkmap is a map maker by downloading map tiles from online map services, like google maps, and combining into a single large picture file. It accepts the latitude and longitude coordinates, then downloads and merges map tiles. The idea of mkmap is to generate a larger map than the size of a browser screen. So the map could be easily printed or viewed in an off-line device. Mkmap supports Linux and Windows platform.
yet another PalmOS serial browser, primarily for GPS receivers. he consists of several distinct applications (like ZboxZ), so he is rather slow, but flexible. nauta can be used as a serial logger for multiple simultaneous channels.