Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI)
Facilitated access to geographic data is essential for many users.
Camptocamp offers a feature-rich, ergonomic and interoperable Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI).
The Open Source components used and their wide distribution guarantee the durability of the solution, as well as an excellent quality of service.
... have to be in the center of technological innovation. We focus on creating delighting user interfaces and providing a great user experience in order to surpass expectations of the end user. Finding data and accessing it should be straightforward, anywhere, anytime.
The SDI is a platform to operate GIS processes. Besides interactive visualization, it offers multiple GIS features, advanced queries, rich processing algorithms and sophisticated sharing features to address all kind of geospatial challenges.
Interoperability is key to providing a functional Spatial Data Infrastructure. The components we select have all been tested and are in production, and our solutions can interoperate with proprietary software as well as Open Source software.
... are essential to automatically integrate data in the SDI, create the corresponding metadata, publish the webservices and visualize them on a map. In the end, a consistent workflow is the key to an efficient administration of the SDI and the basis to publish lots of data with a reasonable workload.
Our solution takes advantage of certified containers to make sure the SDI is seamlessly integrated into an existing enterprise environment, and can also be deployed in an orchestration system.
Over the years, technological evolution leads to technical debt. Camptocamp provides regular releases to ensure that the solution stays up-to-date. With an adequate OPEX budget, you benefit from the latest technology and avoid complete system migrations.
Areas of expertise
Geospatial Information System (GIS)
Maps and Virtual Globes
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