Archive for the ‘WEBGIS’ Category

Creating web maps using leaflets

October 7, 2016

Leaflet is the leading open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps. it has all the mapping features most developers ever need.


Berlin’s neue Skyline

February 26, 2016

Last year the Berliner Morgenpost used the platform to help visualize the impact that new skyscapers are having on Berlin’s skyline. In Berlin’s neue Skyline the newspaper used OSM Buildings to explore each of the the major new skyscrapers built in the city since 1990.

DATA.SHOM.FR – Information géographique marit

January 25, 2016


October 31, 2014

jVectorMap uses only native browser technologies like JavaScript, CSS, HTML, SVG or VML. No Flash or any other proprietary browser plug-in is required. This allows jVectorMap to work in all modern mobile browsers.

SOPAC GeoNetwork

October 29, 2014

SOPAC GeoNetwork provides Internet access to interactive maps, oceanographic data, satellite imagery and related spatial databases. It’s purpose is to improve access to and integrated use of spatial data and information. SOPAC GeoNetwork allows to easily share spatial data among different users


October 28, 2014


Glob3 Mobile: a 3D virtual globe for web browsers and mobile devices

October 23, 2014

Glob3 Mobile is an open source 3D multiplattform virtual globe engine, running in mobile devices (Android and Apple) and in HTML5 web browsers. In this first version, it allows to connect to any OGC WMS public layer, and show it on the globe.

Glob3 Mobile is also a framework for virtual globe development. It allows to write plugins directly in Javascript, and these plugins can run in the three plattforms (Android / Apple / web browsers). The project is currently in development, but first plugin examples can be tested in this site.

At the short- tem, we are working to gradually add some features that already exists in other globes (show photos and videos, display buildings, acces to another geo-standards (KML, WFS, GML), etc.)


October 21, 2014


Cesium is a JavaScript library for creating 3D globes and 2D maps in a web browser without a plugin

October 21, 2014

Cesium is a JavaScript library for creating 3D globes and 2D maps in a web browser without a plugin. It uses WebGL for hardware-accelerated graphics, and is cross-platform, cross-browser, and tuned for dynamic-data visualization. Cesium is open source under the Apache 2.0 license. It is free for commercial and non-commercial use.

OSG Explorer

October 21, 2014

OSG Explorer

earch and find nearby places close to your current location using a 3D map on your mobile device.
With OSG Explorer you have access to currently 7 Mio points of interest in various categories such as restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels, public transport, museums, cinemas, gas stations, parking lots, pharmacies, and hospitals around the world. More than 70 Mio buildings are displayed in 3D. Many entries provide detailed information on opening hours, type of service, contact address, telephone numbers, and accessibility for wheelchair users.
OSG Explorer is based on data from OpenStreetMap, the free editable map of the world to which everybody can contribute. If you find any error, e.g. that the height of a building is incorrect, you can use one of the desktop or mobile OpenStreetMap editors to correct it. It’s in you hand