FOSS4G-Asia 2023 Seoul

State of Maplibre
11-30, 13:30–13:50 (Asia/Seoul), Vium Hall

The MapLibre Organization is an umbrella for open-source mapping libraries with the two central rendering projects being MapLibre GL JS and MapLibre Native which are surrounded by an ecosystem of plugins and tools to generate maps.

MapLibre started as a fork of Mapbox GL JS 1.13 in December 2020, after Mapbox announced a second version of the library that was no longer open-sourced.

In this talk we'll showcase Maplibre with a few examples, state of libraries in the ecosystem including native sdks, current development process and more.

I have been honing my skills in the geospatial domain, gaining diverse experience in Climate tech startups, Agritech solutions, and more.
My experience extends to working with satellite data (including Sentinel and Landsat), geospatial data modeling, and handling large datasets at scale in the cloud using Docker, Python, S3, etc
I am most interested in building a generic spatial-temporal database that can handle a wide variety of data and use cases.

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