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GSoC Projects at 52°North in 2015


Project Descriptions

A brief summary of the original project ideas is available on Melange: https://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/org2/google/gsoc2015/n52

3D Connection Maps - Adhitya Kamakshidasan

Tools to set-up thematic maps showing connections or dependencies between different spatial features (e.g., good imports/exports of the World's countries, flight connections between airports, or chat contacts between Internet users) are hard to find. Thus, this project addresses the realization of an application that allows to set up connection maps based on X3D (resp. X3DOM for the Web) in 3D space based on 52°North Triturus.

Mentors

  • Benno Schmidt
  • Christian Danowski

Project page

See GSoC20153DConnectionMaps

WPS-Ilwis Bridge - Aron Karolyi

The 52°North WPS is used for processing geodata with different backends, like R, GRASS or Sextante. This project will connect the backend of Ilwis NG too, with creating a SWIG binding to the Ilwis’ C++ functions and use them in a Java WPS process. I intend to create a few example (vector and raster algorithms) and create a tool which automates this procedure.

Mentors

  • Benjamin Pross
  • Martin Schouwenburg
  • Bas Retsios
  • Henning Bredel

Project page

See GSoC2015WpsIlwisBridge

Statistics for OGC Web services - Csaba Lestar

The SOS application’s message data flow is rapid and short in nature and it is necessary to measure some metrics of the incoming/outgoing messages and overall how the users uses the service. My proposal is integrating a working monitoring component which utilize the SOS inner event bus infrastructure for storing the metric logs in ElasticSearch and visualizing it for the users with Kibana frontend.

Mentors

  • Simon Jirka
  • Carsten Hollmann
  • Daniel Nüst

Project page

See GSoC2015Statistics4Ows

SPARQL endpoint and InterOperability for EnviroCar data - Deepak Nair

Creation of a SPARQL endpoint which responds to direct querying of enviroCar LOD , linking of The data set other possible endpoints , and compliance with GeoSparql to put out enviroCar data to the world in more accessible and compliant ways .

Mentors

  • Christoph Stasch
  • Carsten Kessler
  • Christian Autermann

Project page

See GSoC2015SparqlEndpoint4EnviroCarData

enviroCar Light - Arne de Wall

Currently, the process of collecting driving data with the enviroCar application requires a series of manual user interactions. This is unpleasant and tedious over the long run and holds significant disincentive to use the app regularly. The aim of this project is to simplify and automate the workflow of collecting driving data in order to achieve a regular contribution of the users.

Mentors

  • Christoph Stasch
  • Matthes Rieke

Project page

See GSoC2015EnviroCarLight

Social Driving Stats - Heshitha Hettihewa

Sharing specific tracks or statistics is currently not possible on enviroCar. So this project is to enhance the enviroCar with sharing facilities and social media links by implementing a REST interface for creating and providing track visualisations and statistics. Furthermore, enviroCar should be linked to social networks, such as Google Plus, Facebook or Twitter. Therefore, this project will utilize the APIs of these platforms and integrate it within the user profile pages of enviroCar.

Mentors

  • Christoph Stasch
  • Matthes Rieke

Project page

See GSoC2015SocialDrivingStats
Topic revision: r8 - 26 May 2015, CarstenHollmann
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