Our FOSS4G Talk: Effective Data Analysis and Transformation for Open Standards
We’re happy to announce that our presentation for FOSS4G was accepted. FOSS4G is the world’s largest conference on Open Source software for spatial data management, analysis and visualization. This year it’s going to come to Bonn (Germany), from August 21st to August 28th.
Here is the abstract of our talk:
hale studio is an open source environment for the analysis, transformation and publication of complex, structured data. We're developing hale studio since 2009 and have reached more than 5.000 downloads per year. Most of our users employ it to easily create INSPIRE data, CityGML models, or to fulfill e-Reporting duties. Some use it with BIM data, health data or even E-Commerce information.
In the last year, hale studio has gained a number of headline features and improvements, such as integration with GeoServer app-schema and deegree's transactional WFS. We have also added support for more open formats, such as SQLite and SpatialLite, but also for enterprise formats such as Oracle Spatial and Esri Geodatabases.
In this talk, we will provide a quick introduction to the declarative real-time transformation workflow that hale studio affords, highlight the latest developments and provide an outlook on the roadmap for 2016 and 2017. We will also highlight some of the most interesting projects our users are doing.