Catch up on the progress of 52°North's Google Summer of Code students. Check out their mid term reports:
TaMIS project partners met last week for a successful milestone meeting at the Wupperverband headquarters.
52°North is thrilled to have been chosen from a pool of 369 applications to be one of 178 open source projects to participate as a mentoring organization in the Google Summer of Code 2016! We welcome three students to code for 52°North open source software projects.
Approximately 13,650 scientists from 109 countries attended the recent EGU General Assembly 2016 in Vienna. During the five day event, they presented their work and discussed their ideas with experts in all fields of geosciences. 52°North experts joined the ranks with topics focusing on Sensor Web standards, interoperability and big data.
At the recent Oceanology International 2016 event, the EUROFLEETS II project organized a successful Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) Workshop in cooperation with various other EU projects. The program, presentations, conclusions and recommendations are now available.