FOSS4G 2022 general tracks

News from actinia - let's STAC!
2022-08-24, 15:15–15:45 (Europe/Rome), Room Onice

„Hello again, my name is actinia. Still new to OSGeo and a Community Project since 2019, you might have heard about me already. In short I am a REST API on top of GRASS GIS to allow location, mapset and geodata management and visualization as well as execution of the many GRASS GIS modules and addons. Processing with other tools like GDAL and snappy is supported as well. I can be installed in a cloud environment, helping to prepare, analyse and provide a large amount of geoinformation. Besides these facts about me there is also a lot to tell about what happened last year! Besides vector upload, citable DOI, QGIS and python client implementations and more, I can be a Spatio Temporal Asset Catalog myself with the actinia-stac-plugin, am able to use data registered in a STAC for processing and after processing register the resulting data. With the ongoing development of the openeo-grassgis-driver, you can use this new functionality either in my native language or via openEO API. To learn about the details, come on over!“

Markus Neteler, PhD, is a cofounder of mundialis after having spent 15 years as a researcher in Italy. His focus is on Earth Observation, GIS and cloud computing. Markus managed for two decades the GRASS GIS project, and he is a founding member of OSGeo and other organizations.

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Carmen finished her studies in geography where she learned about spatial data and the matching software. She is a passionate geographer and loves traveling the world. After teaching remote sensing to other students and writing her bachelor thesis about a german spatial data exchange format, she started working for mundialis using and creating OSGeo software. One of these is actinia, to which Carmen actively contributes. She is an open source devotee and was very happy to take part in the FOSS4G 2016 organization team for Bonn. She is an OSGeo Charter Member since 2019.

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