FREMONT, CA—July 20, 2016— Rasdaman, has been ranked as one of the 100 Most Promising BigData Solution Providers 2016 by CIOReview.
"It's a delightful experience to announce Rasdaman as one of the 100 Most Promising BigData Solution Providers 2016," said Jeevan George, Managing Editor of CIOReview. "Rasdaman is recognized for providing highly innovative products that helps to store and query massive, multi-dimensional array of data into the data base, which brings new dimension to the industries in the Big Data arena."
Rasdaman is a leader in Array Databases, and specializes in raster service standardization, leader in geo raster services, international project management, and spatial data infrastructures. It provides Scalable Array Engine typical representatives include spatio-temporal sensor, image, simulation, and statistics data. Through its SQL-embedded array query language, rasdaman is pioneer and world technology leader in flexible, fast, and scalable array analytics. The rasdaman technology is available in two compatible editions. Open-source rasdaman community is freely available as source code. The performance boosters of prorietary rasdaman enterprise edition overlay in a compatible way. It also provides Analytics tools, Visual geo clients: OpenLayers and Geo workbenches.
Digital Magazine Link:http://magazine.cioreview.com/magazines/July2016/BigData/#page=147
Founded in 2003, Rasdaman is the pioneer and leading Array Analytics Engine, the next generation in scalable data services for science, engineering, and beyond. It provides agile analytics on massive multidimensional arrays, such as regular and irregular spatio-temporal grids. For more info, visit: http://www.rasdaman.com/
Published from Fremont, California, CIOReview is a print magazine that explores and understands the plethora of ways adopted by firms to execute the smooth functioning of their businesses. A distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, IT VPs including CIOReview editorial board finalized the "100 Most Promising BigData Solution Providers 2016" in the U.S. and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants.
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The gvSIG Association is now pleased to inform the “Introduction to gvSIG” summer webinars at the beginning of August.
Summer has arrived in a lot of places around the world. This is a good time to learn to use gvSIG, the open source GIS.
Do you want to create a thematic map with gvSIG or a new vector layer with your parcel, a road...? You can do it now at these open and free webinars.
There will be two webinars, that will last about 30 minutes:
- “Getting started with gvSIG” - August 3rd (14:00 UTC – Check the time in your country)
- “Vector editing, 3D view and other gvSIG tools” - August 10th (14:00 UTC – Check the time in your country)
At the first webinar we'll see how to manage a gvSIG project. We'll create new views with cartography, and we'll apply symbology and labelling. We'll introduce the reference systems, and finally we will create a thematic map to be printed or exported to a PDF file.
At the second webinar, we'll show how to create a new vector layer, where we'll digitalize several elements. We also will see the gvSIG toolbox, where we can find all the geoprocesses. We will apply one of them. We finally will see how the 3D extension works.
- Registration for the “Getting started with gvSIG” webinar: https://app.webinarjam.net/register/24718/711021346f
- Registration for the “Vector editing, 3D view and other gvSIG tools” webinar: https://app.webinarjam.net/register/24718/2ea6110ff3
We expect your participation!
|Workshop Title||Workshop Acronym||Website URL|
|9th ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Computational Transportation Science (IWCTS 2016)||IWCTS||https://udi.ornl.gov/iwcts2016|
|7th ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on GeoStreaming (IWGS 2016)||IWGS||http://www.iwgeostream.com|
|2nd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Emergency Management using GIS (EM-GIS 2016)||EM-GIS||http://www.dviz.cn/em-gis2016/|
|5th ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Analytics for Big Geospatial Data (BigSpatial-2016)||BigSpatial||http://www.cse.buffalo.edu/~|
|5th ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Mobile Geographic Information Systems (MobiGIS 2016)||MobiGIS||http://www.mobigis.org|
|2nd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Smart Cities and Urban Analytics (UrbanGIS) 2016||UrbanGIS||https://wp.nyu.edu/urbangis/|
|3rd ACM SIGSPATIAL PhD Workshop||PhD||https://sites.google.com/site/|
|8th ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Indoor Spatial Awareness (ISA 2016)||ISA||https://sites.google.com/site/|
|ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Location-based Social Networks (LBSN 2016)||LBSN|
|6th ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Mobile Entity Localization, Tracking and Analysis (MELT 2016)||MELT||https://sites.google.com/site/|
|10th Workshop on Geographic Information Retrieval (GIR 2016)||GIR||http://www.geo.uzh.ch/~rsp/|
This newsletter is a community initiative run by the community for the community. We welcome all community members to contribute and share their updates to the newsletter for the benefit of the wider geo community. We have made 'Open Principles' as the key guideline for all articles. Relevant updates and information on free and open software, open data, open standards, open education resources are all welcome for future editions. It has been a learning curve for all of us, and we request you all to help us on this initiative.
We have great pleasure in introducing Professor Georg Gartner as our GeoAmbassador for this first Anniversary edition of our Geo4All Newsletter. More information at http://opensourcegeospatial.
So how can you contribute to enable geospatial education opportunities to all ? Everyone who is interested in enabling geospatial education opportunities to all are our GeoAmbassadors. It is not just the
thousands of OSGeo members but also thousands of colleagues in ICA, ISPRS, UCGIS, AGILE, GSDI, AGS who all work for Geoeducation opportunities for all who are our GeoAmbassadors. Geo for All is a world wide
movement that provides immediate benefit to the world.
Share the free and open educational resources and software that are available from OSGeo Live to MapStory to Teacher Training resources (developed thanks to the contributions to thousands of volunteers)
all available free and open to all at http://www.geoforall.org/
Also it is our great pleasure to introduce our colleagues at SIGTE, University of Girona  , Spain, as our “Geo4All” lab of the month. One of the founder labs of the Geo for All initiative, SIGTE has been contributing immensely to our teaching, research, and service activities. SIGTE colleagues have been the pioneers of a very successful summer school program dedicated to free and open geographic information software and aimed at promoting the use and development of free geospatial solutions and empowering students. Details are available at http://opensourcegeospatial.
We thank Gemma Boix, Lluís Vicens, Gemma Pons, Rosa Olivella, Ferran Orduña,Toni Hernandez, Alexandre Busquets, Josep Sitjar, Laura Olivas and all colleagues and students at SIGTE lab for their contributions to the Geo4All initiative and look forward to working and building more collaborations with all interested on this education mission.
Share the power of Geographic Information that SIGTE developed
The contributions of SIGTE colleagues is a good example of our philosophy and why we are working on Geo4All at http://opensourcegeospatial.
Let us work together work together to support open principles in education and enable Geo technologies in empowering communities and helping improving the Quality of Life and standards of living for everyone.
Let us all work together to help create a world that is more accessible, equitable and full of innovation and opportunities for everyone.
Happy Anniversary to all.
The pycsw team proudly announces the release of pycsw 2.0.0 “Doug”.
The 2.0.0 “Doug” release brings major features, enhancements and fixes to the codebase, including:
- CSW 3 support (OGC Reference Implementation)
- Python 3 support
- WMTS harvesting (thanks @jfdickens)
- JSON output improvements
- XML output improvements
- GM03 support for Swiss metadata
- add temporal extent support to WMS layer harvesting
The full list of enhancements and bug fixes is available at https://github.com/geopython/pycsw/milestone/8. Users are strongly advised to review the migration guide.
The 2.0.0 release is codenamed “Doug” in honour of Doug Nebert of the FGDC. Doug was internationally recognized as a champion of metadata, discovery and interoperability. Involved in numerous international standards bodies and spatial data infrastructure initiatives, Doug was one of the editors of the CSW 3.0 specification and encouraged pycsw developers to adopt and implement CSW 3.0 as part of US data.gov efforts. Doug’s vision and expertise will always be remembered and appreciated by the pycsw development team.
pycsw is an OGC CSW server implementation written in Python.
pycsw fully implements the OpenGIS Catalogue Service Implementation Specification (Catalogue Service for the Web). Initial development started in 2010 (more formally announced in 2011). The project is certified OGC Compliant, and is an OGC Reference Implementation. Since 2015, pycsw is an official OSGeo Project.
pycsw allows for the publishing and discovery of geospatial metadata. Existing repositories of geospatial metadata can also be exposed via numerous APIs (CSW 2/CSW 3, OpenSearch, OAI-PMH, SRU), providing a standards-based metadata and catalogue component of spatial data infrastructures.
pycsw is Open Source, released under an MIT license, and runs on all major platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X).
Source and binary downloads
The source code is available at: http://pycsw.org/download
Testers and developers are welcome.
The pycsw developer team.
The Open Source Geospatial Foundation would like to open nominations for the 2016 Sol Katz Award for Geospatial Free and Open Source Software.
The Sol Katz Award for Geospatial Free and Open Source Software (GFOSS) will be given to individuals who have demonstrated leadership in the GFOSS community. Recipients of the award will have contributed significantly through their activities to advance open source ideals in the geospatial realm.
Sol Katz was an early pioneer of GFOSS and left behind a large body of work in the form of applications, format specifications, and utilities while at the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. This early GFOSS archive provided both source code and applications freely available to the community. Sol was also a frequent contributor to many geospatial list servers, providing much guidance to the geospatial community at large.
Sol unfortunately passed away in 1999 from Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, but his legacy lives on in the open source world. Those interested in making a donation to the American Cancer Society, as per Sol's family's request, can do so at https://donate.cancer.org/index.
Nominations for the Sol Katz Award should be sent to SolKatzAward@osgeo.org with a description of the reasons for this nomination. Nominations will be accepted until 23:59 UTC on August 4th. A recipient will be decided from the nomination list by an OSGeo designated selection committee.
The winner of the Sol Katz Award for Geospatial Free and Open Source Software will be announced at the FOSS4G-Bonn event in August. The hope is that the award will both acknowledge the work of community members, and pay tribute to one of its founders, for years to come.
It should be noted that past awardees and selection committee members are not eligible.
- 2015: Maria Brovelli
- 2014: Gary Sherman
- 2013: Arnulf Christl
- 2012: Venkatesh Raghavan
- 2011: Martin Davis
- 2010: Helena Mitasova
- 2009: Daniel Morissette
- 2008: Paul Ramsey
- 2007: Steve Lime
- 2006: Markus Neteler
- 2005: Frank Warmerdam
Selection Committee 2016
- Venkatesh Raghavan (chair)
- Frank Warmerdam
- Markus Neteler
- Steve Lime
- Paul Ramsey
- Sophia Parafina
- Daniel Morissette
- Helena Mitasova
- Martin Davis
- Arnulf Christl
- Gary Sherman
- Maria Brovelli