52°North is proud to announce the release of Helgoland 1.0.0 - a lightweight web application to explore, analyze and visualize a broad range of sensor data.
52°North contributed expertise on Sensor Web technologies to the "Handbook of best practices for open fixed observations". Partners of the FixO3 (Fixed-Point Open Ocean Observatory) Network Community collaborated by collecting, reviewing and compiling current best practices for carrying out operations at fixed-point observatories.
For its 6th year in a row, 52°North has been chosen from a pool of 400 applications to be one of 201 open source projects to participate as a mentoring organization in the Google Summer of Code 2017! The Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for Open Source projects. This year's stipend recipients receive $ 5.500 for 3 months of successful software development.
52°North announces the AGILE pre-conference workshop "Event-based Dissemination and Processing of Geospatial Information". It will take place on May 9th, 2017. This full day workshop focuses on the potential of event-based architectures in geospatial applications (e.g. disaster management, environmental monitoring, or public security) and aims to set up a corresponding research agenda.