4 May 2012

Scaladays 2012

This year was the second year that Camptocamp attended the amazing Scaladays and this year I had the pleasure of presenting the Scala-IO library that I have been working on.  For those not familiar, Scala is a ‘better’ Java …

27 April 2012

MapFish @ FOSS4G-CEE 2012, Prague, May 21-23

FOSS4G-CEE 2012 (Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial in Central and East Europe) will take place on May 21-23 in Prague, Czech Republic. FOSS4G-CEE & Geoinformatics 2012 is the first local conference focused on Free and …

5 April 2012

FOSS4G North America 2012

A team of Camptocamp’s  Geospatial Business Solutions division will attend the FOSS4G North America conference which be held from April 10 to 12, 2012 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington DC, USA. Free and …

25 January 2012

JavaScript Developer

New position at Camptocamp! Our Geospatial team is looking for a JavaScript Developer experienced in open-object WebGIS programming and software architecture. Upon application …

10 January 2012

Senior Open Source Java Geospatial Developer

Camptocamp is hiring! Camptocamp Geospatial team is looking for a Senior Developer specialized in geospatial Java technologies. Upon application, please include your resume, code samples, references and recommendations.

3 October 2011

EUROGI/eSDI-Net Awards 2011

EUROGI, the network for the promotion of cross border dialogue and exchange of best practices on Spatial Data Infrastructure in Europe, awarded two SDI applications developed by Camptocamp! The application GeoBretagne won the price in …

23 September 2011

MapFish becomes an fully-fledged OSGeo project

The MapFish project just finished its incubation phase and now receives the official OSGeo label! MapFish initial discussions on how to provide an easy-to-use Web 2.0 development framework started among users at the FOSS4G 2006 in …

20 September 2011

MapFish at Intergeo 2011

This year, INTERGEO, the world’s largest event and communication platform for geodesy, geoinformation and land management, will take place from September 27 to 29 in Nuremberg, Germany. The trade fair and conference cover all the key …

25 May 2011

OpenERP GeoEngine / Maps by Camptocamp: general overview

Dear Community, At the 2011 OpenERP Community Days, we presented maps integration into OpenERP (See video). Following this major announcement, the GeoEngine project was created; it originated from a lot of thinking and architecture …

13 April 2011

Maps into OpenERP by Camptocamp

Camptocamp’s Business Solutions and Geospatial Solutions teams have merged their long-term technical competencies and experiences to create a unique and exclusive geolocation component for OpenERP. These developments allow, among …

12 April 2011

New version of IFREMER’ Sextant metadata catalog

Based on version 2.6.1 of Geonetwork, the new version of IFREMER’ Sextant metadata catalog is now available at (tab « Catalogue »). The new catalog benefits from the Geonetwork latest evolutions such as …

11 March 2011

Studio 0.5 release

Camptocamp is proud to announce the first release of Studio, an admin tool for MapServer. Studio allows the web administrator to manage the geodata, to stylize them with a wysiwyg MapFile editor and to create a custom  thematisation. …

24 February 2011

Camptocamp featured in the magazine “Technology” by Bilan

The January special issue of “Technology” by Bilan is dedicated to Alp ICT, the information technology cluster of Western Switzerland; Camptocamp is featured in an article on cloud computing.

24 February 2011

Media release: “Web-based map viewing on mobile devices: A new approach for collaboration using an Open Source framework”

Camptocamp is proud to be part of the joint initiative lead by the Swiss federal government with cantons, cities, universities and private companies that has enabled web-based viewing of spatial data on mobile devices. The solution is …

24 February 2011

Lausanne Mobile Code Sprint 2011: Day two

Please find the digest on day two of the mobile code sprint. Thank you Tim!