Blogposts

Colaborative Working in PostGIS

The last days I needed to work with other geoenthusiasts on a PostGIS database. Unfortunately, as you upload a layer from QGIS you will be the owner of…

Vessel tracking the python way

Let’s assume you like cruise ships, tanker, ferries or you’re so fortunate and own a fleet of vessels cruising over the oceans. But where the heck are the…

Copernicus, Sentinel and your favourite GIS

The Copernicus Program provides an interesting alternative data source for your work with Landsat data… Sentinel images: Copernicus will deliver an unprecedented volume of free data, provide new…

openrouteservice v4.5 is released

We’re happy to announce the release of v4.5 of openrouteservice, which exposes unique services for two of our core API’s, routing and isochrones. Now you can restrict routes…

QGIS 3 officially released

On 24th of February, the QGIS developers have officially released QGIS 3 (codename “Girona”). It is the third major version of the free and open source cross-platform GIS…

Short Announcement: OpenWhateverMap

Choosing a basemap for your cool web map is always crucial for the style and perception of your map. A colorful basemap like watercolor might be stunning but…

Service Areas, Traffic and QGIS

Our author Riccardo recently published an article on GeoNet where he described the traffic aware analysis of service areas (isochrones) in ArcGIS Pro with the analytical support of…