Open data culture
for open development communities

We are an independent not-for-profit research foundation promoting Open Source and Open Data solutions. We provide solutions & training in cutting-edge open geospatial data & services. Our expertise lies in combining remote sensing with ground data for monitoring essential biodiversity variables at scale. We strive for a greener and fairer planet — join us!

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Open Source is more than just software.

OPEN SOURCE SOLUTIONS ENABLE OPEN
DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITIES TO PRODUCE MAGIC

OPEN INFORMATION

We help produce high spatial resolution datasets for global and regional applications.

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OPEN EDUCATION

Access free tutorials and talks about Open Source software for beginners to experienced coders.

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OPEN DATA SCIENCE

We use cutting-edge Machine Learning algorithms to produce data and solutions within the Data Science frameworks.

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OPEN PLATFORMS

Cloud-optimized information for better decisions

We are contributing to open platforms through ML-based maps of environmental and climatic variables to support decision-making and geospatial research.

OPEN LAND MAP
.ORG

  • Global land cover
  • Time series data
  • API
Enter platform

OPEN SOIL SPECTRAL LIBRARY

  • Global Spectral Library
  • Open Development communities
  • Database + API
Enter platform

OPEN DATA SCIENCE .EU

  • European continent
  • More than 60 variables
  • API
Enter platform

NATURE MAP EXPLORER
.EARTH

  • Biodiversity and ecosystems services
  • Global coverage
  • Database + API
Enter platform

TRAINING

OpenGeoHub Annual Summer School

Since 2007, we have invited open source software developers to share their knowledge & skills in developing open source software and open data for geospatial information.

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Connect. Create. Share. Repeat.

Sign up for the next Summer School 2022: join this exciting
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Open Source community!

 

                       

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    Tom Hengl
    Posted by Tom Hengl
    December 22, 2021
    Medium

    @opengehub

    We interview Raymond Sluiter, Senior Advisor Data & Applications at Netherlands Space Office (NSO) at the OpenDataScience Europe Workshop 2021.
    Martin Herold is Professor of Geoinformation Science and Remote Sensing, Wageningen University. In this interview, we asked Martin to share his thoughts around the challenges and opportunities of Open Data science in solving the greatest challenges of our times.

    Meet the OpenGeoHub community

    Our community include researchers, developers, lecturers and business leaders in the sector of Open Source and Open Science. Connect!

     

                           

    Edzer Pebesma

    Scientific committee member

    Roger Bivand

    Scientific committee member

    Markus Neteler

    Scientific committee member

    Hanna Meyer

    Scientific committee member

    Tim Appelhans

    Scientific committee member

    Madlene Nussbaum

    Scientific committee member

    Martin Landa

    Senior researcher / GIS developer

    Veronica Andreo

    Scientific committee member