Cheers to 2018

Never too late to look back. Inspired by the concise bullet-point-style of Tom Kralidis’ Cheers to 2018,  my personal highlights of living and working in the Open Source Geospatial and OSGeo(.nl|org)-world in 2018. I’ll post 2019 reso’s later. Not just personal projects, but also events from the OSGeo.nl Local Chapter…

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Emit #5 – Assembling and Deploying 5 AirSensEURs – a Story in Pictures

This is Emit #5, in a series of blog-posts around the Smart Emission Platform, an Open Source software component framework that facilitates the acquisition, processing and (OGC web-API) unlocking of spatiotemporal sensor-data, mainly for Air Quality and other environmental sensor-data like noise. Summer holidays and a heat-wave strikes The Netherlands. Time…

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Emit #4 – Push or Pull?

This is Emit #4, in a series of blog-posts around the Smart Emission Platform, an Open Source software component framework that facilitates the acquisition, processing and (OGC web-API) unlocking of spatiotemporal sensor-data, mainly for Air Quality and other environmental sensor-data like noise. A lot of things have happened with the project…

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Emit #3 – Things are Moving

This is Emit #3, in a series of blog-posts around the Smart Emission Platform, an Open Source software component framework that facilitates the acquisition, processing and (OGC web-API) unlocking of spatiotemporal sensor-data, mainly for Air Quality. In Emit #1, the big picture of the platform was sketched. Subsequent Emits will detail…

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Emit #2 – On Air Quality Sensors

This is Emit #2, in a series of blog-posts around the Smart Emission Platform, an Open Source software component framework that facilitates the acquisition, processing and (OGC web-API) unlocking of spatiotemporal sensor-data, mainly for Air Quality. In Emit #1, the big picture of the platform was sketched. Subsequent Emits will detail…

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Emit #1 – Into Spatiotemporal

One of my new year’s resolutions for 2018 was to “blog more”. Not being very active on the well-known social media: a bit tired of Twitter, never really into Facebook, bit of LinkedIn.  OSGeo mailing lists, GitHub and Gitter is where you can find me most (thanks Jody, for reminding!). And…

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