PublicaMundi, our FP7 project aiming to make open geospatial data easier to publish and reuse, has just reached a major milestone! Our first public beta, integrating all PublicaMundi technologies developed during the first year of the project is available on labs.geodata.gov.gr.
The PublicaMundi consortium would like to thank all open data publishers and practitioners for their feedback thus far, and invite them to evaluate the PublicaMundi technologies in labs.geodata.gov.gr. Give us your feedback, ideas, and help us make open geospatial data easier for you to publish and use!
PublicaMundi is based on, and extends great open source software for geospatial data management. ZOO-Project, pycsw, Rasdaman, CKAN, GeoServer and OpenLayers are among the many we focus on. Join us at https://github.com/PublicaMundi.
Open data is one of the pillars of EU's Data Economy, an enabler for better governance and financial growth. Our goal is to make geospatial data first-class citizens in the data economy; easier to publish, discover and use to build value added services
All deliverables, software, publications, and data from PublicaMundi are offered with an open knowledge license. We believe this will enable the uptake of our work from young SMEs, researchers, and the community.This work was supported by a grant from the European Union's 7th Framework Programme (2007-2013) provided for the project PublicaMundi (GA no. 609608).