Daejeon, South Korea, 3 April 2017 – Gai3D is overjoyed to support The Open Source Geospatial Foundation with a Silver Sponsorship in 2017.
Gaia3D is a keen advocate as a member of our community with a strong commitment to open source. Financially Gaia3D has supported OSGeo regional and international events. Gaia3D plays an active role in our foundation working directly with projects, and through our committees and leadership team.
In 2017 Gaia3D continues their support for the popular FOSS4G Korea, and is a supporter level sponsor of the global FOSS4G 2017 in Boston. Gaia3D was one of the first sponsors of the OSGeo initiative to rebrand and replace the osgeo.org website currently underway. In addition we would like to thank Gaia3D for a gold sponsorship of the GeoServer code sprint, and for supporting the QGIS Association as Bronze sponsor.
OSGeo would like to thank Gaia3D for extending their support with their generous financial contributions in throughout 2017.
Gaia3D, Inc. is a professional software company in the field of geospatial information and Earth science technology. The Gaia3D team believes deep understanding in regard to space and the Earth could solve various problems that human-beings are facing and could contribute to sustainable development of our society. This passion for our future is what has propelled Gaia3D for over 17 years.
Gaia3D is famous for its commitment to open source GIS in Asia. Gaia3D has pioneered the open source GIS business and the business in this region has grown very rapidly. Gaia3D provides clients a full DBMS, web map server, middleware, desktop and web client stack using OSGeo software PostGIS, GeoServer, GeoWebCache, QGIS and OpenLayers. Gaia3D provides suitable and relevant open source GIS to clients and built out several enterprise level GIS successfully.
Gaia3D has proven its expertise in the area of space, weather, and climate business area. Gaia3D has been involved in building various satellite image catalogue system and Digital Forecast System. Recently Gaia3D has invested much resources in developing lightweight and flexible web 3D GIS that can integrate indoor and outdoor space seamlessly. As a result of this long investment, Gaia3D will release brand-new 3D GIS called MAGO3D on top of open source GIS.
The Open Source Geospatial Foundation is not-for-profit organization to foster global adoption of open source geospatial technology. OSGeo serves as an outreach and advocacy organization providing financial, organizational and legal support for the open source geospatial community.
OSGeo sponsorship is available on an annual basis for foundation projects, events, local chapters and operations. Visit www.osgeo.org/sponsorship for more information.