is a web-based application and platform for developing geospatial information systems (GIS) and for deploying spatial data infrastructures (SDI).
- Browse and search for geospatial data and web services
- Upload, manage, and share geospatial data
- Create and share interactive maps
- Collaborate and interact with other user
Spatial Data Discovery
“Browse and search for geospatial data”
By combining collaboration found in social networks with specialized geospatial tools, SGIS Portal makes it easy to explore, process, style, and share maps and geospatial data.
Spatial datasets can be imported and shared, all through a non-technical user interface.
Import and Manage
“Upload and share geospatial data, securely”
SGIS Portal makes it easy to upload and manage geospatial data on the web. Any user can upload and make content available via standard OGC protocols such as Web Map Service (WMS) and Web Feature Service (WFS). Data is available for browsing, searching, styling, and processing to generate maps which can be shared publicly or restricted to specific users only.
Supported upload formats include shapefile, GeoTIFF, KML and CSV. In addition, it is possible to connect to existing external spatial databases and services.
“Create and share interactive web maps”
SGIS Portal comes with helpful cartography tools for styling and composing maps graphically. These tools make it easy for anyone to assemble a web-based mapping application with functionality traditionally found in desktop GIS applications.
Users can gain enhanced interactivity with GIS-specific tools such as querying and measuring.
- Powerful spatial search engine
- Federated OGC services
- Metadata catalogue
- Publish raster, vector, and tabular data
- Manage metadata and associated documents
- Securely or publicly share data
- Versioned geospatial data editor
- GeoExplorer GIS client
- Graphical style editor
- Create multi-layer interactive maps
- Share and embed maps in web pages
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