Modernized air quality data reporting and improved data quality are now possible thanks to the new 52°North SOS 4.3. This version supports the required O&M schemas necessary for the Ambient Air Quality e-Reporting and enables the interoperable exchange of data from EU member states to the European Environment Agency (EEA).
In March, the MYGEOSS Project launched an open call for innovative applications using open data, or crowd-generated data in different domains that address citizens’ needs. The S[&]T Corporation and 52°North's submission "The MYGEOSS Feedback app" is one of eleven winning projects chosen from a pool of 58 applications from 13 countries.
52°North's Google Summer of Code students have started their work. This week they introduce themselves and their projects. Check out their blogs on the following topics:
Import a variety of CSV (Character Separated Values) files to an SOS (Sensor Observation Service) instance quickly and easily with the wizard guided 52°North SOS Importer 0.4. The tool is easy to extend. Completely revised documentation explains, among other things, the configuration, how to run and how to build it. A tutorial, complete with sample data, guides users through the steps.