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UncertWeb is an EC funded research project running from Feb 2010 – Jan 2013 developing the uncertainty enabled model web. The model Web concept, formulated within the Global Earth Observation System of Systems activity envisages the integration of complex resources, such as data and models, to ... [More]
ZOO is a WPS (Web Processing Service) open source project released under a MIT/X-11 style license . It provides an OGC WPS compliant developer-friendly framework to create and chain WPS Web services. ZOO is made of three parts: * ZOO Kernel : A powerful server-side C Kernel which makes it ... [More]
PyWPS (Python Web Processing Service) is implementation of Web Processing Service standard from Open Geospatial Consortium. It has been started on Mai 2006 as project supported by DBU. It offers environment for programming own process (geofunctions or models) which can be accessed from the ... [More]
The 52°North Web Processing Service enables the deployment of geo-processes on the web in a standardized way. It features a pluggable architecture for processes and data encodings. The implementation is based on the current OGC specification WPS 1.0.0.
GeoKettle is a powerful, metadata-driven spatial ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) tool dedicated to the integration of different data sources for building and updating geospatial databases, data warehouses and services. It is based on Pentaho Data Integration (Kettle).
More info here: http://agile.gis.geo.tu-dresden.de/web/Conference_Paper/CDs/AGILE%202012/proceedings/papers/Paper_Mueller_Moving_Code-Sharing_Geospatial_Computation_Logic_on_the_Web_2012.pdf
MapStore has been developed to create, save and share in a simple and intuitive way maps and mashup created selecting contents by server like Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, MapQuest or specific servers provided by your organization or third party. MapStore consists of two main components as MapManager ... [More]
deegree is a Java Framework offering the main building blocks for Spatial Data Infrastructures. Its entire architecture is developed using standards of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and ISO/TC 211 (ISO Technical Committee 211 -- Geographic Information/Geomatics).