Open software

We help our customers deploy open source software. The usage of open source software (or in short open software) is constantly growing and becoming a global trend which is associated to a wider ideology of openness. The benefits of sharing are great when you don't have to develop the tools from scratch. The recent software development has been directed to improving the usage and utilization of open software.

If you’re new to PostGIS and want to try it out, one of the first things you’ll want to do . . .
My colleague Topi crafted a beautiful map for the #30DayMapChallenge showing the ecoregions of the world in a globe-like map . . .
The annual FOSS4G held this year at Bucharest, Romania, is the go-to-conference for the latest in open source geospatial software. . . .
So, mapping agencies are going full-steam on PostGIS, the geospatial database choice of modern times. Recently, we at Gispo studied . . .
To many “open source” seems quite alien and abstract - what “open source” really even means? First let's take a . . .
For some reason, tutorials related to spatial SQL seem to focus on finding and analyzing the locations of bars. This . . .
It’s all about saving time, right? QGIS’s graphical modeler can definitely help you out here if you’re a GIS expert . . .
If anything, we brought from Tanzania, from the FOSS4G 2018 (Free and Open Source Geospatial Software -conference) a clear view . . .
Blog: Part 1/2 30 city officers from the municipality of León (México) carried through a QGIS-training to level-up their geospatial . . .
We are searching resources to fund the development of Myplaceimport tool in Oskari (open source software for creating geoportals). Myplaceimport . . .