2022-08-25, 09:30–10:00 (Europe/Rome), Room Onice
pygeoapi is an OGC API Reference Implementation. Implemented in Python, pygeoapi supports numerous OGC APIs via a core agnostic API, different web frameworks (Flask, Starlette, Django) and a fully integrated OpenAPI capability. Lightweight, easy to deploy and cloud-ready, pygeoapi's architecture facilitates publishing datasets and processes from multiple sources. The project also provides an extensible plugin framework, enabling developers to implement custom data adapters, filters and processes to meet their specific requirements and workflows. pygeoapi also supports the STAC specification in support of static data publishing.
pygeoapi has a significant install base around the world, with numerous projects in academia, government and industry deployments. The project is also an OGC API Reference Implementation, lowering the barrier to publishing geospatial data for all users.
This presentation will provide an update on the current status, latest developments in the project, including new core features and plugins. In addition, the presentation will highlight key projects using pygeoapi for geospatial data discovery, access and visualization.
Tom Kralidis is with the Meteorological Service of Canada and longtime contributor to FOSS4G. He contributes to numerous projects in the Geopython ecosystem.
Tom is the co-chair of the OGC API - Records Standards Working Group, chair of the WMO Expert Team on Metadata, and serves on the OSGeo Board.
- Implementing OGC APIs using Elasticsearch and pygeoapi
- Introducing WIS 2.0 in a box: an open source and open standards platform for international weather, climate and water data discovery, access, and visualization
- pycsw project status 2022
- GeoHealthCheck - QoS Monitor for Geospatial Web Services
- We are Open! OGC and OSGeo Collaboration
- How to join OSGeo (for projects)
OSGeo charter member and contributor
Angelos is a remote sensing expert with background in surveying engineering and software development. He is currently an OSGeo Board member and serves OSGeo as President. He is an active advocate of OSGeo around the world at related conferences.
Just van den Broecke is an independent Open Source geospatial professional working under the
trading name "Just Objects" - https://justobjects.nl. In his daily work
he designs, develops and deploys Open Source geospatial infrastructures, stacks and products.
He is a core contributor to the Open Source projects pygeoapi (also PSC), GeohealthCheck, Stetl, NLExtract and more. He is also founder and chair of OSGeo.nl, the Dutch Local OSGeo Chapter.