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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!
Open-Earth-Monitor project aims at accelerating the uptake of key environmental data by a diverse community of users in the field of research, decision-making, and practitioners, including landholders and citizens, in support of effective decisions and impactful actions on the ground.
Summer School 2023: “Processing and visualizing large geospatial data using R, Python and Julia”
OpenGeoHub Summer School is an annual event that has been running at various locations in Europe, North America, and Australia since 2010, inviting researchers and specialists in developing open-source software and open data to help others improve analysis and modeling frameworks.
The 2023 event is organized in collaboration with the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (Poland). The Summer School will consist of live presentations and demos by leading R and OSGeo developers, workshops, discussion panels, machine learning competitions, and several social events.
This Summer School is a not-for-profit event. Applications are open till February 1st 2023!
Open Source is more than just software.
OPEN SOURCE SOLUTIONS ENABLE OPEN
DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITIES TO PRODUCE MAGIC
We help produce high spatial resolution datasets for global and regional applications.Read More
Access free tutorials and talks about Open Source software for beginners to experienced coders.Read More
OPEN DATA SCIENCE
We use cutting-edge Machine Learning algorithms to produce data and solutions within the Data Science frameworks.Read More
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.
- Global Spectral Library
- Open Development communities
- Database + API
- Biodiversity and ecosystems services
- Global coverage
- Database + API
OpenGeoHub Summer School 2022
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. This year we meet in Siegburg (Germany) from August 28th – September 2nd!
Hanna Meyer: "Machine-learning based modelling of spatial and spatio-temporal data" (practical)52:51
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