Empower the ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) tool, Airflow with the management, supervision, integration and development of data and metadata flows for operations developed in QGIS modeler and Raster data processing in GRASS.
The workshop aims to orient participants on the features and use of KoboCollect, an open-source ODK collect mobile application that could gather primary data for mapping and building a database for different exposure elements.
Satellite imagery is very useful for detecting change in land cover and use. However, it is often complex to set up analysis workflows. We will demonstrate how to assemble quick and efficient processes to detect change in multiple environments using open high spatial and temporal resolution data and processing platforms, .
This workshop will present a series of 3D open source tools from CNES (French space agency). We will start with two stereo satellite acquisitions and aim to produce a 3D change map. Our study case will be a part of the area affected by the 2020 Alex storm.
This workshop will provide an introduction to performing common GIS/geospatial tasks using Python geospatial tools such as OWSLib, Shapely, Fiona/Rasterio, and common geospatial libraries like GDAL, PROJ, pycsw, as well as other tools from the geopython toolchain.
GeoServer is a much loved open-source project and one of the most popular web mapping services in the world. This workshop provides a gentle hands-on introduction in setting up and enjoying GeoServer.
PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system. It can be extended with PostGIS which allows you to store and handle geospatial data in the database.
This combination is very powerful and allows you many possibilities.
In this hands-on workshop participants will use the NASA-ESA-JAXA EO Dashboard and the Euro Data Cube to design, develop, describe and publish reproducible end-to-end workflows based on Earth Observation and other open geospatial data.
Use open-source libraries to quickly develop previews of your geospatial data (vector, raster, point cloud, etc.) and display it on the map. Go even further and render your 2D data in 3D using Cesium.js.
Going beyond all the common functions that most folks use PostGIS for. Delving into advanced use cases and using PostGIS in production workloads.
Discover how to create an enterprise GIS workflow using QGIS and PostGIS in this hands-on workshop. Explore the advantages of spatial databases and learn how to set up QGIS projects for GIS data management. Ideal for GIS professionals, team leaders, and anyone seeking to optimize their GIS data management.
Collaborative mapping is a valuable approach to creating or updating map data at scale. Whether simply improving the general data quality in an area, reacting to a crisis, or focusing on a specific data class, using the Tasking Manager and Rapid make the process a breeze.
Discover the open source FuseTS toolbox, developed within the AI4FOOD project (ESA), and its capabilities for fusing optical and SAR data and time series analytics. Learn how you use the open source python implementation and take your data analysis to the next level.
GeoNode is an open source web platform for the development of interoperable spatial data infrastructure. The software is designed to be easily extended, customized and integrated into existing systems. The workshop will provide an introduction to GeoNode 4 starting with an overview of its basic and advanced functionalities.
The workshop introduces participants to the fundamentals of QGIS for creating beautiful maps that help fight fake data. Through exercises, you will learn how to obtain real data useful for mapping. You will also learn about basic principles of cartography and how to tell a story with QGIS.
This workshop introduces OGC APIs, their story, their objectives and structure, with plenty of practical examples from the GeoServer implementations of such standards. Join this workshop to get an update on the APIs, as well as to learn the current implementation progress and learn some GeoServer unique features.
We will present you Orfeo ToolBox and you will learn how to access and launch applications to build a small but realistic processing chain in Python, mixing OTB with other Python libraries. We will also talk about code / memory optimization.
This workshop provides a practical, overview of key software used within a Spatial Data Infrastructure SDI.
In the workshop we will use OSGeoLive and the Open Source software and sample data shipped with it to get to know the components of an SDI.
It's about relations in QGIS and how they are edited in the attribute form with widgets in general, as well as some plugins that override the relations editor widget to improve usability and solve specific use cases
Immerse yourself in our workshop featuring Re:Earth, a powerful no-code tool for spatial data visualization. Learn to use its interactive features and create your own plug-ins without coding knowledge.
pygeoapi is an OGC Reference Implementation supporting numerous OGC API specifications. This workshop will cover publishing geospatial data to the Web using pygeoapi in support of the suite of OGC API standards.
Using free Mergin Maps (an extension of QGIS), users will be able to work together and collect data during the workshop.
The workshop focuses on using the software openrouteservice to facilitate network and routing analysis for disaster management. Participants will learn about the software's key features, apply them in a practical disaster management use case, and gain knowledge on automating workflows and best practices for disaster response scenarios.
The workshop provides a full overview of MapStore functionalities and framework touching every aspect of the system, from the pure product functionalities to the framework architecture, describing how to install and customize your MapStore installation or create your own, adding your code.
Use remote sensing derived open data and services provided by the FAO WaPOR portal to monitor crop water productivity trends to produce more crop per drop for sustainable food production.
Scripting is the power tool for any GIS user. It gives users the possibility to solve particular problems or automate long tasks. This workshop introduces pyQGIS to new users.
This workshop is a practical introduction to advanced data styling with GeoServer using the GeoCSS styling language and Natural Earth data to build a multi-scale political map. Join to learn the basics of GeoCSS, and a number of interesting tricks to build an interesting, colorful, informative map.
pgRouting (http://www.pgrouting.org/) is an open-source library that provides a variety of graph algorithms tools as an extension of a PostGIS (http://www.postgis.org/) enabled database on PostgreSQL.
Kart is a powerful open-source cross-platform version control system for geospatial vector & table data. Designed to enable collaboration & cross-vendor workflows. It is built on the power of Git. Working copies are common GIS files and spatial databases, you can edit data directly in GIS software without plugins.
The INTERLIS modeling standard and the QGIS Model Baker plugin provide everything you need to collect, manage and exchange harmonized data and ensures consistency, data quality and system independence. Let's have a look at it.
UNVT Portable is a package for RaspberryPi that allows users to access a map hosting server via a web browser within a local network, primarily for offline use during disasters. It is designed to aid disaster response by combining aerial drone imagery with OpenStreetMap and open data tile datasets.
G3W-SUITE is a modular, client-server application for managing and publishing interactive QGIS cartographic projects of various kinds in a totally independent, simple and fast way.
The application is compatible with QGIS 3.28 LTR and it is based on strong integration with the QGIS API.
The workshop addresses the process of adapting GeoNode 4.x as a Vector Tile server for the publication of geospatial layers with their information in a viewer developed in MapLibre within React.
This workshop will provide an introduction to building your own GeoPortal based on the MapStore Open Source framework.
QField is the field data collection app for QGIS, with more than 175K active users and over 650K downloads. QFieldCloud is the sync platform for QField and QGIS, released in early 2023.
We'll show you how to make the most out of these state-of-the-art tools
We will take look at this elements
Clean up Simple Feature datasets by using Postgis Topology
Use declarative methods to set up a client to edit Postgis Topology data
How do use QGIS to view Postgis Topology data
Copy a Postgis Topology from one database to another.
A short workshop on how to render different types of search and aggregated data layers on a web map backed by Elasticsearch.
A workshop about open-source Python frameworks eo-learn and eo-grow for developing solutions with satellite data will show how these frameworks can be used to build a simple prototype and then scale it to an end-to-end product.
The General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) is a widely-used standard for sharing public transit data, and R a statistical programming language for analysis and visualization. Participants will learn how to combine GTFS transit data with spatial analysis techniques in R, enabling them to conduct analyses of transit systems.
Join this workshop to discover the powerful combination of Postgres, PostGIS, TimescaleDB, and H3 indexing for managing spatial temporal data at scale. With open source tools, you can create a scalable database solution for even the most complex data sets.
Configure and deploy geospatial datasets, hosts, and mapping interfaces to the cloud for free (as in Beer).