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24 January 2019

Deeposlandia 0.5 has been released!

Are you interested in automatic image analysis, curious about deep learning applications, do you love geospatial data? You may appreciate the last release of our deep learning framework dedicated to image semantic segmentation! Here comes the 0.5 release of our R&D project! What’s new? In the last version of this open source project, some appealing
18 January 2019

Visualization of borehole logs with QGIS

At Oslandia, we have been working on a component based on the QGIS API for the visualization of well and borehole logs. This component is aiming at displaying data collected vertically along wells dug underground. It mainly focuses on data organized in series of contiguous samples, and is generic enough to be used for both
18 December 2018

New QGIS geometry editing tool: trim/extend

Oslandia is continuing to improve QGIS to offer the draftsman the same experience as with the computer-aided design (CAD) software on the market. Today we introduce you to the “trim/extend” tool. As its name suggests, this tool, well known to CAD draftsmen, allows you to trim / shorten or extend segments. However, where CAD tools
29 November 2018

A new collaboration between Oslandia and Inria

Oslandia has a team specialized in geospatial data processing and data science. We focus on geostatistics, Machine Learning, and other advanced algorithms. We follow carefully the state of the art research improvements in this scope. We are pleased to begin a new collaboration on the topic of urban sprawl with STEEP, a research laboratory part
23 November 2018

Deploying QGIS Server with Systemd

QGIS Server, like other map engines such as MapServer, is a FastCGI application. FastCGI itself is a binary protocol for interfacing interactive programs – QGIS Server is our case — with a web/HTTP server. There are many ways to deploying a FastCGI application. The QGIS Server documentation shows a number of ways to deploying QGIS
20 November 2018

QGIS maintenance !

Oslandia is launching a unique and unprecedented offer for #QGIS maintenance. Discover our various service levels, bringing a guaranteed reliable and robust #GIS Come and visit our dedicated website : http://qgis.oslandia.com/
12 November 2018

How to implement a geospatial data pipeline for deep learning

After focusing on street-scene images, our deep learning framework is currently exploited in order to analyze aerial images and building footprints with semantic segmentation algorithms. We recently extend these last works by investigating an instance-segmentation use case. Context In parallel to the last FOSS4G conference at Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), WeRobotics recently organized the Open
6 November 2018

QGIS Server 3 : OGC Certification work for WFS 1.1.0

QGIS Server is an open source OGC data server which uses QGIS engine as backend. It becomes really awesome because a simple desktop qgis project file can be rendered as web services with exactly the same rendering, and without any mapfile or xml coding by hand. QGIS Server provides a way to serve OGC web
15 October 2018

French Ministry in charge of the ecological transition selected Oslandia

The French ministry of the ecological transition  selected Oslandia for two of the three packages of its call for tender procedure dedicated to geomatic tools.  We are very proud to dedicate our team to one of the strongest support of geomatics and Open Source in France for the next 2 to 4 years. First package
20 June 2018

GML application schema toolbox for QGIS released in version 1.2

We have been involved in the development of a plugin for QGIS that should help lighten the overall effort needed to use INSPIRE data streams using Free and Open Source Software for GIS. The GML data format has the ability to encode what is called “Complex Features“, defined by the OGC standard. It consists in