|Sensor Web Software Releases|
The Sensor Web community wrapped up several software development projects and produced a number of new releases in the past few weeks. New Sensor Planning Service (SPS) and Sensor Observation Service (SOS) releases implement OGC 2.0 standards, the OX-Framework has been migrated to Maven, a Google Summer of Code project became a beta release and a development version of an importer for the SOS is available.
The 52°North Sensor Planning Service (SPS) 2.0.0 serves as a runtime environment for sensor tasking assets. This new version comes as a Java Web Application and implements the OGC SPS 2.0 standard. It was developed during the OGC OWS-9 testbed as an official Reference Implementation for the OGC SPS standard and passed compliancy testing in December 2012.
SOS 4.0.0 beta 1
The Sensor Web Community has started a new Sensor Observation Service (SOS) development line based on OGC's SOS 2.0 specification. The 52°North SOS 4.0.0 is a beta release of 52°North's Reference Implementation. It offers various improvements in comparison to the SOS 3.5.x.
The OX-Framework is a generic software framework which addresses the needs of application developers who want to access OGC Web Services, and in particular Sensor Web services. The OX-Framework can be used as a basis for different application types: this can be thin, thick, or mobile client applications, as well as server applications that need to access OGC Web Services.
The 52°North OXF version 1.12 contains the following new features
This is the first beta version of 52°North's RESTful GeoServices SenseBox. It is the continuation of the Google Summer of Code Project “GIS link to the Web of Things“. The GeoServices SenseBox implements the Feature Service of the OGC GeoServices REST API draft in version 0.0.4 on an "open-hardware" microcontroller platform.
The platform is capable of reading sensors and storing their measurements, as well as providing a simple web server. A RESTful interface provides easy access to the measurements and delivers them as features. When a feature or layer is queried, the platform responds with a JSON object containing that feature or layer.
SOS Importer 0.3.0
The Sensor Observation Service (SOS) Importer is a tool for importing observations from CSV (Character Separated Values) files into an SOS instance. The eight step wizard guides the user through the previously often cumbersome process of data transformation. Please download both modules
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