FOSS4G 2023

GeoMapFish Project Status
06-28, 14:00–14:30 (Europe/Tirane), Lumbardhi

GeoMapFish is an open source WebGIS platform developed in close collaboration with a large user group. It targets a variety of uses in public administrations and private groups, including data publication, geomarketing and facility management. OpenLayers and an OGC architecture allow the use of different cartographic engines: MapServer, QGIS Server, GeoServer. Recently new features have been added such as vector tiles integration, from raw data to visualization. In order to get rid of the AngularJS dependency, a roadmap has been established for a migration to a web components architecture. K8S support is evolving with the implementation of the necessary tools for Azure environments. A highly integrated platform, a large number of features, fine grained security and a mature reporting engine are characteristics of the GeoMapFish solution. In this talk, we will present the key usages, the state of the migration process to web components and latest functional developments, including backend - frontend decoupling allowing to plug in multiple front-end WebGIS clients.

Project manager and team leader at Camptocamp, GeoMapFish project manager

Project manager and GIS-consultant at Camptocamp SA, in Olten (Switzerland)

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