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gvSIG: An “Open Source” Option for GIS Dr. Scott A. Samson Extension Professor Geosystems Research Institute Mississippi State University.

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4 gvSIG: An “Open Source” Option for GIS Dr. Scott A. Samson Extension Professor Geosystems Research Institute Mississippi State University

5 Background Developed for the Regional Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport of Valencia (Spain) in 2004 through a collaboration of private sector and universities Provided as “open source” to expand GIS technology and foster a community of users and developers to promote the sharing of knowledge around gvSIG

6 Features Vector and raster support (40+ formats) Feature and attribute editing Suite of geoprocessing tools Topology and associated rules Cartographic layout Remote service access (WMS, WFS, WCS) Graphic modeling environment Scripting through Jython

7 System Requirements Pentium III / 256MB RAM (Pentium IV / 512 MB RAM recommended) Operating Systems – Windows (2000,XP, Vista, 7) – Macintosh (OS X ) – Linux (Unbuntu 6.6, 9.10 & 10.4 tested)

8 Editing

9 Symbology

10 Layout Constructor

11 Geoprocessing

12 Sextante Developed in 2004 for regional foresters under auspices of the government of Extremadura (Spain) Stand-alone JAVA library of spatial analysis tools Complete integration with gvSIG

13 Modeler

14 Network Analysis

15 3D Extension

16 gvSIG Mobile Vector (SHP, KML & GML) and attribute editing ECW, JPG, PNG, GIF GPS compatible Query and selection Access to remote services via WMS Windows Mobile 5 & 6

17 Community

18 gvSIG Project gvSIG OA Digital Edition


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