The last Geonetwork code sprint took place on the premises of Camptocamp in France at Le Bourget du Lac from December 2 to 6, 2019. It had the dual objective of migrating the OpenLayers and ElasticSearch components.
A step-by-step explanation on how to bind an Airship dataviz widget to an OpenLayers map. It covers basic usage of OpenLayers 6 including its experimental WebGL renderer as well the Airship Time Series component and WebWorkers.
From 23rd to 27th of September, Camptocamp participated in the latest OpenLayers code sprint in Bonn, Germany.
GeoMapFish is a web-based GIS application, scalable and flexible, including many features. Version 2.4 has just been released.
Camptocamp is looking forward to being an exhibitor at INTERGEO from September 17th to 19th. Visit us in Hall 1 at booth G1.079 and talk to our GIS and Infrastructure experts.
Camptocamp, as a major player in the open source geospatial community, invests in sponsorship of various conferences in Europe. We are happy to support the GeoDataDays again in France as a silver sponsor.
From the 13th to the 17th of May, Camptocamp Lausanne offices welcomed Openlayers contributors and the federal office of topography swisstopo development team to mark the end of a journey started more than one year ago.
Camptocamp, a long-time supporter of the FOSS4G conference, is delighted to provide this year its ongoing support with a silver sponsorship.
At the Best of Swiss Web Award Night, Camptocamp received the Silver in the technology category for outstanding technical work.
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.
The project SuisseAlpine, which was substantially co-developed by Camptcamp, was presented on 9 March in the news programme 10vor10 on Swiss television.
The community now targets to use the full potential of Vector Tiles layers and to fine-tune the VT rendering performance.
Last week took place a 1-week OpenLayers code sprint in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, with 6 participants from Camptocamp, Boundless Geo and Planet Labs.
Camptocamp and Titellus have been in charge of the corrective and evolutive maintenance of the Sextant portal for several years on behalf of the IFREMER (Institut Français de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer)
he French Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition is a major player in the use and enhancement of open source geospatial solutions.