Category: Development

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
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
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