GeoServer is an open source software server written in Java that allows users to share and edit geospatial data. Designed for interoperability, it publishes data from any major spatial data source using open standards: WMS, WFS, WCS, WPS and REST
GeographicLib is a small set of C++ classes for converting between geographic, UTM, UPS, MGRS, and geocentric coordinates, for gravity (e.g., EGM2008), geoid, and geomagnetic field (e.g., WMM2010) calculations, and for solving geodesic problems. For documentation, visit https://geographiclib.sf.io
This application creates off-line atlases of raster maps for various cell phone apps on Android, iPhone and WindowsCE as well as GPS devices (Garmin, Magellan and others)
GPlates is an interactive plate-tectonics visualisation program. GPlates enables interactive visualisation and manipulation of the plate-tectonic reconstructions of geological and paleo-geographic features through geological time.
OpenJUMP is a community driven fork of JUMP the "Java Unified Mapping Platform" GIS software. The original JUMP was developed by Vivid Solutions, released under GPL2 in 2003 and discontinued in 2006. During 2004 already some enthusiastic developers joined together to enhance further the features of JUMP. They launched an independent development branch called OpenJUMP. The name gives credit to the original JUMP development, and at the same time describes the objectives of this project to be fully open to anyone wanting to contribute. These days OpenJUMP is developed and maintained by (some few) volunteers around the globe. If you need functionality or even better want to contribute you are very welcome to contact us at our mailing list.
Open source cross-platform Java Visual Networking tool
Open source cross-platform (Windows/Linux/Mac) Java Visual Traceroute, packet sniffer and Whois. Data is displayed in a 3D or a 2D map component. What is a traceroute? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traceroute What is a packet sniffer? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Packet_analyzer If you need some help, please first check http://visualtraceroute.net/ Feel free to drop by and leave a comment on the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/openvisualtraceroute Enjoy and share!
Toolkit for working with and mapping geospatial data
GeoTools is an open source (LGPL) Java code library which provides standards compliant methods for the manipulation of geospatial data. GeoTools is an Open Source Geospatial Foundation project. The GeoTools library data structures are based on Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) specifications.
GPS mapping and management software
Program for downloading web source maps or local files maps for various programs or GPS devices. Terra Incognita™ main features: navigating through map by simple clicking generating OziExplorer, Kmz, JNX, GPSdash or TrekBuddy calibrated map file possibility to use many web map sources Google Maps™, Bing™, Open street map ... managing of waypoints or tracks saved in gpx and many other formats selected user defined map area for saving simplified and easy user interface downloading and saving maps on background automatic split of very large areas to many smaller map files
GPX viewer and analyzer
GPXSee is a GPS log file viewer and analyzer that supports GPX, TCX, KML, FIT, IGC and NMEA files.
A cross platform GUI for several code formatter, beautifier and indenter like AStyle, GNU Indent, GreatCode, HTML Tidy, Uncrustify and many more. Main feature is a live preview to directly see how the selected formatting option affects the source code.
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.
A web based Geographic Metadata Catalog for data description and discovery. It implements international standards (e.g. ISO19115/19139, ISO19115-3, Z39.50, CSW 2.0, OGC). It originates from the United Nations and is used by many governments as geoportal software Source code available on github https://github.com/geonetwork/
Viking is a free/open source program to manage GPS data. You can import, plot and create tracks, routes and waypoints, show OSM, Bing Aerial and other maps, geotag images, see real-time GPS position (not in Windows), make maps using Mapnik (not in Windows), control items, etc. It is written in mostly in C (with some C++) & the GTK+2 toolkit.
OpenCPN: A concise ChartPlotter/Navigator. A cross-platform ship-borne GUI application supporting * GPS/GPDS Postition Input * BSB Raster Chart Display * S57 Vector ENChart Display * AIS Input Decoding * Waypoint Autopilot Navigation
Converts Google Earth KML file to a CSV file, and vice versa. This enables you to plot all custom POIs with Google Earth first before transferring them into your Garmin GPS using the POI Loader.
Analyze and visualize tours in many variations, which are recorded with a GPS device, bike-, exercise- or ergometer-computer. Some highlights: Tools are available to adjust recorded data, GPS tours can be visualized in customizable maps, ...
QLandkarte GT is the ultimate outdoor aficionado's tool. It supports GPS maps in GeoTiff format as well as Garmin's img vector map format. Additional it is the PC side front end to QLandkarte M, a moving map application for mobile devices.
i-Blue 747 / i-Blue 757 / Qstarz BT-Q1000 / i.Trek Z1 / Konet BGL-32 / Holux M-241 / ... control SW (for Java Phones, PalmOS, WinCe (PPC), Java platforms, Windows, Linux, and MacOS). Compatible with most MTK GPS Chipset based loggers.
Client software for users of the Automatic Packet Reporting System amateur radio network.
The JTS Topology Suite is an API for modelling and manipulating 2-dimensional linear geometry. It provides numerous geometric predicates and functions. JTS conforms to the Simple Features Specification for SQL published by the Open GIS Consortium.
Automatically geocode pictures from your camera and a GPS track log. Following Google code closure the only official webpage is (doc, support, code) : https://github.com/notfrancois/GPicSync
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/)
traveling-salesman is a GPS -route-planning and -navigation -system based on libosm and the OpenStreetMap.
Track your mobile device or cellphone via internet using OpenGTS/GPRMC
GG-Tracker tracks the location of your mobile device. It displays your position on the internet using Google Maps / Earth and uses live updates via ajax technology. GG-Tracker can run standalone or integrated on an existing webpage. The application is built using the template framework Bootstrap which makes it fully responsive (fits on any screen). Also the supporting files for Google Maps, Streetview and Earth are 100% responsive. GG-Tracker can potentially hook up to many different apps (iOS and Android) as long as they follow the OpenGTS or Garmin $GPRMC standards. The application itself runs on a standard Apache and MySQL setup.
Bootable linux distro for Geospatial Applications
OSGeo-Live is a self-contained bootable DVD, USB thumb drive or Virtual Machine based on Lubuntu that allows you to try a wide variety of open source geospatial software without installing anything. It is composed entirely of free software, allowing it to be freely distributed, duplicated and passed around. It provides pre-configured applications for a range of geospatial use cases, including storage, publishing, viewing, analysis and manipulation of data. It also contains sample datasets and documentation.