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- Manage and store data reliably with PostGIS
- Publish maps and data from a variety of formats and sources with GeoServer and GeoWebCache
- Build flexible user interfaces and custom workflows
in the browser with OpenLayers
- Analyze and publish geospatial data on the desktop with QGIS
- Monitor the performance and value of deployments with Mapmeter
- Access and edit data using open standards from top to bottom,
including OGC standards like WMS, WFS, WCS, and others.
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Our Professional Services team work side-by-side with your team to guarantee successful projects.
Get the skills you need from Boundless. We not only develop the best open source geospatial software, we also teach you how to use it, no matter your skill level.
Leading Organizations Choose Boundless
From our blog.
Last week, Boundless and others hosted the first ever QGIS U.S. User Group meeting with 75 attendees at OpenGovHub in Washington DC. The event attracted a diverse group of experts and novices from organizations as varied as NOAA, the World Bank, USAID, the American Red Cross, Deloitte, LockHeed Martin, the CDC and many others. As […]
The State of the Map US 2014 conference, a two-day conference covering all things OpenStreetMap, was held this past weekend in Washington DC. It was nice to attend as part of the Boundless contingent and meet — in person — tons of people whom I had only heretofore known via the internets. Aside from the inspiration […]
The release of OpenGeo Suite 4.0 added Catalogue Services for the Web (CSW) support to the impressive list of OGC services supported by the product. CSW is an open standard defined by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) that makes it easier to search for and discover geospatial data in a machine-readable way. With CSW support, metadata […]
As with our first support story, this one comes from MassGIS, the official state agency assigned to the collection, storage, and dissemination of geographic data. When a layer has overlapping lines or polygons, we often want to control which ones are rendered on top and which ones are rendered below. The classic example is when […]
The San Francisco Bay Area Bike Share Open Data Challenge is now underway, with entries due April 25, 2014. The idea is to use their open data on bike stations, bicycle traffic patterns, and weather to create an interesting visualization, map, or other product that adds value to the program. Using open source mapping tools […]