Recently Pinpoint Geospatial Solutions implemented a full geospatial open source stack for Whanganui District Council’s public site. It was great working with the team at Whanganui District Council and being able to implement this solution in a short timeframe.
The full geospatial open source stack included:
• GeoNode (data catalog),
• GeoServer (web services),
• MapStore (viewer for web maps and dashboards),
• PostGIS (spatial database),
• QGIS (desktop mapping)
These open source solutions have allowed the Whanganui District Council to cost-effectively open-up access to its Geospatial datasets. As well as a modern geospatial data portal and standards-based geospatial web services, the Whanganui Geospatial Data Portal also provides effective online web mapping and state-of-the-art spatial database capabilities – with no license costs.
Check out Whanganui District Council's public site to explore further:
Congratulations to the organising committee for the inaugural FOSS4G SoTM Oceania conference held in Melbourne last week.
Our very own Tania Hibbard-Nitz (4th from the left below) was involved in organising a fantastic group of volunteers for the conference.
We look forward to being involved in next years conference that is planned for Wellington 2019.
At the recent ALGIM Conference held in Rotorua, Ruapehu District Council took out the Excellence in Innovation Award for their 4D cemetery project.
The team, lead by Stuart Campbell (Information Manager/GIS Analyst, RDC), showed that smaller councils can be just as innovative if not more innovative than their bigger cousins.
Pinpoint Geospatial Solutions are proud to have been involved in the project by providing GIS Integration and reporting expertise.