p.mapper is a MapServer PHP/MapScript Framework, based on UMN MapServer and PHP/MapScript by DM Solutions. The p.mapper framework is intended to offer broad functionality and multiple configurations in order to facilitate the setup of a MapServer application based on PHP/MapScript. Functions included are:
p.mapper has been tested with MapServer versio
ParaView is an application designed with the need to visualize large data sets in mind. The goals of the ParaView project include the following:
ParaView runs on distributed and shared memory parallel as well as single processor systems and has been succesfully tested on Windows, Linux and various Unix workstations and clusters. Under the hood, ParaView uses the Visualization Toolkit as the data processing and rendering engine and has a user interface written using a unique blend of Tcl/Tk and C++. Please go here for a detailed list of features.
The Open Source Geospatial Foundation has been created to support and build the highest-quality open source geospatial software. The foundation's goal is to encourage the use and collaborative development of community-led projects. The website serves as a portal for users and developers to share their ideas and contribute to project development.
Among the founding projects, GRASS GIS, UMN Mapserver, the GDAL libraries, Mapbuilder, and more.
ArcheOS 1.0 "Akhenaton" is the first live bootable CD built with archaeology in mind. Version 1.0 is out now, thanks to the effort of the Arc-Team.
It is a GNU/Linux live distribution built for archaeological aims and based on PCLinuxOS. It is also possible to install ArcheOs on your hardisk.
You can get it right here from the Arc-Team website, or from the mirror provided by Italian Linux Society, here.
ArcheOS is developed following the OpArc project guidelines and it's released under the GNU GPL.
For over twenty years research has been conducted in the applications of remote sensing and GIS in the Burgundy region of France. This long term research project: "Applications of Geomatics for Long Term Regional Archaeological Settlement Pattern Analysis" is the work of Dr. Scott Madry of Informatics International, Inc. and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Anthropology (formerly of the Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis of Rutgers University and the International Space University of Strasbourg, France).
The GRASS GIS software application is being used in this research project.
Archaeological Park of ancient via Appia. From the field to Virtual Reality applications regards activities, technologies and digital solutions connected with an interdisciplinary approach, carried out by CNR ITABC and the Archaeological Superintendency of Rome.
QGPS is a small GPS status program that is designed to work with a NMEA-compliant GPS device that outputs the GGA, GSA, GSV, and RMC strings. Aside from displaying latitude, longitude, and elevation, it also reports satellite signal strength (signal to noise ratio) and positions in the sky using a custom widget (QSatelliteTrack).