Category: Development

5 January 2018

Itowns v2.2 released!

  We have the pleasure of announcing the release of iTowns v2.2! Itowns is a Three.js-based framework written in Javascript/WebGL for visualizing 3D geospatial data right into the browser, developed and maintained by Oslandia, IGN and AtolCD. In this release, you will find a lot of bug fixes and performance improvements. Notably, the npm package
20 December 2017

QGIS 3 compiling on Windows

As the Oslandia team work exclusively on GNU/Linux, the exercise of compiling QGIS 3 on Windows 8 is not an everyday’s task :). So we decided to share our experience, we bet that will help some of you. Cygwin The first step is to download Cygwin and to install it in the directory C:\cygwin (instead
8 November 2016

py3dtiles

py3dtiles is a Python module aiming to manage the 3DTiles format.
16 March 2016

OSGeo CS 2016 report : PostGIS

The annual OSGeo Codesprint took place from 23d to 26th of February in Paris, at Mozilla’s Foundation offices. Here is a summary of some achievements done during this event by the PostGIS team.
16 March 2016

OSGeo CS 2016 report : Point Clouds

The annual OSGeo Codesprint took place from 23d to 26th of February in Paris, at Mozilla’s Foundation offices. Here is a summary of some achievements done during this event by developers working on Point Cloud data.
17 February 2016

iTowns 1.0 release : 3D web visualization framework

Oslandia is pleased to announce the first release of iTowns, a new 3D geospatial data visualization web framework developed by the iTowns project, including people from French IGN, Oslandia and AtolCD. Contact for this project at Oslandia : infos+itowns@oslandia.com
30 January 2016

Tempus V2.0: routing faster, better, stronger !

We are pleased to announce the release of a new version of our route planning framework: Tempus. Tempus is an Open Source C++/Python framework that allows to use, develop and test route planning algorithms with a particular focus on multimodal routing where every possible transport modes are taken into consideration for a trip: private cars,
12 May 2015

Cesium Buildings

Cesium Buildings started at the `OSGeo code sprint in Philadelphia. It is still at an early stage but already allows to display textured buildings on the Cesium globe.