Category: News

20 January 2015

Best wishes 2015

The whole team at Oslandia joins us to wish you all the best for 2015, full of professional success and joy in your personal life.We start this year with renewed dynamism and enthusiasm. Oslandia just turned 5, and this maturity makes us confident in our growth.
20 October 2014

Oslandia releases “Cuardo” 3D GIS viewer

Oslandia announces today the preliminary result of one of its research and development project : Cuardo . Cuardo is an OpenSource WebGL 3D data viewer, focusing on urban data analysis and visualization.
24 September 2014

Back from FOSS4G 2014 – part 2

Apart from Oslandia’s participation at FOSS4G 2014 in Portland, a lot of topics have been discussed during this week of conference.
23 September 2014

Back from FOSS4G 2014 – part 1

FOSS4G , the main international OSGeo event, takes place once per year and gather all folks involved in opensource geospatial technologies at large. This year, the conference took place in Portland, Oregon, and gathered around 1000 people, on very various topics ranging from deeply technical Mapserver pro tips, to burnout management, through opendata policies and
30 June 2014

QGIS 2.4 release out, Oslandia inside

There is a new QGIS release out : version 2.4, codename Chugiak is now available. Binary packages for your platform have been generated, and you can directly download and try out this new release  of the famous Desktop GIS software. QGIS 2.4 has a lot of new features in all of its components. There is
14 June 2014

Masking features in QGIS 2.4

Have you ever wondered how to mask features on a map, so that only a particular zone is highlighted ? There have been a simple plugin to do that for a while. Called ‘Mask’, it allowed to turn a vector selection into a new memory layer with only one geometry made by the geometric inversion
20 May 2014

Full Spatial database power in 2 lines

This post explains how to setup a powerful spatial data store with a wide range of features on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) in 2 command lines. And how it works.
23 February 2014

Oslandia and Mappy towards OpenSource

For more than two years, Oslandia has been working with Mappy for its transition towards OpenSource. The first step is represented by the database migration project of the cartographic backoffice, from Oracle to PostGIS. This has just been finalized and is currently running in production.
19 February 2014

QGIS plugin for water management

Oslandia releases today a new plugin for the QGIS processing framework, allowing for water distribution network simulation. It integrates the opensource EPANET simulation software. EPANET models water distribution networks. It’s a widely used public-domain simulation software developed by the US Environmental Protection Agency.