Camptocamp has been offering a printing service using SaaS (Software as a Service) since March 1, 2019. Deploying a print service has never been easier for a portal administrator.
Le projet c2c-GeoForm fournit un ensemble d'outils (ou framework) facilitant la création de pages web contenant des formulaires à partir de modèles décrits en Python pour différents types de données, dont les géométries.
The beta version of the Swiss Alpine Club's route portal has been online since the beginning of June. The portal already contains over 750 route descriptions and numerous additional information.
GeoMapfish is a web GIS application, scalable and flexible, including many features. This new version proposes a series of new features: new administration interface, new features in the main interface, new features in the mobile interface.
Camptocamp is pleased to release GeoMapFish version 2.2 and would like to thank all the contributors, developers and customers who contributed to the success of this new version!
The third edition of the conference is organized at École Nationale des Sciences Géographiques (ENSG) in Marne-la-Vallée from July 18 to 22, 2017.
Camptocamp will be exhibiting at the AGIT conference, held from July 5 to 7 in Salzburg, Austria.
“Bronze” sponsor and exhibitor at the FOSSGIS 2017 Conference in Passau, Camptocamp will give two talks : one on GeoMapFish and the other one on Ngeo.
Loyal to its commitment to Open Source GIS solutions, Camptocamp will attend and sponsor the 2016 FOSS4G conference, taking place this year in the beautiful city of Bonn!
Camptocamp provides free tickets for GEOSummit 2016 in Bern. Contact us so we can send them to you by mail or email!
GeoMapFish makes a big leap forward with the 2.x versions. The 2.0 is now the first step towards the new cutting-edge interface!
From June 7 to 9, Camptocamp will attend the GEOSummit conference, the main communication platform in the world of geoinformation in Switzerland.
Camptocamp will attend the FOSSGIS conference which is held this year in combination with AGIT in Salzburg, for the first time in Austria!
MapFish print is a Java Web application, developed in Java, and its goal is to generate maps in PDF forrnat and in different image formats (PNG for instance).
GeoMapFish just released version 1.6 after several months of development. This major project release is the base of the future version 2.0.