GeoNode is an open source platform that facilitates the creation, sharing, and collaborative use of geospatial data. It is a complete spatial data infrastructure solution that extends the OpenGeo Architecture with catalog functionality and a sophisticated user experience. Highly customizable and extendable, it is also a powerful platform on which to build your domain specific analysis applications.
- Upload and manage data security through the Django-based web application interface
- User profiles for all your geospatial team
- A complete metadata catalog solution through CSW provided by GeoNetwork
- Participatory map creation and editing using built-in GIS tools built with GeoExt
- Publish and share maps and data with all the power of GeoServer
- Browse your spatial resources at blazing speed of GeoWebCache
- Available as Ubuntu and CentOS packages, with scripts available for cloud deployment
GeoNode @ OpenGeo
In addition to all the improvements OpenGeo does to the core components mentioned above, OpenGeo has led the development of most of GeoNode's features in a large and growing partnership with other organizations such as the World Bank and United Nations. GeoNode is part of OpenGeo's larger mission to make public geodata more accessible and usable to civil society.
Our GeoNode Team
As a committer on GeoTools, GeoServer, and GeoExt, as well as a contributor to OpenLayers, David's expertise covers the entire OpenGeo Stack.
Gabriel has worked on geospatial software since 1997, working on route finding, vehicle tracking, web mapping with ESRI and open source software, desktop editing with uDig, and more.
Andreas is an active OpenLayers and GeoExt steering committee member and committer. He has been working in geospatial for almost 20 years, and is a frequent teacher and speaker.