Ecosystem:Geographic information system (GIS)

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ArcGIS

  • Provider -- Esri
  • Website -- http://www.esri.com/arcgis/about-arcgis
  • License -- proprietary
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL 9.1.14 or higher
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- ArcGIS provides contextual tools for mapping and spatial reasoning so you can explore data and share location-based insights. ArcGIS creates deeper understanding, allowing you to quickly see where things are happening and how information is connected. ArcGIS offers a unique set of capabilities for applying location-based analysis to your business practices. Gain greater insights using contextual tools to analyze and visualize your data. Then share these insights and collaborate with others via apps, maps, and reports.
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FME

  • Provider -- Safe Software Inc
  • Website -- https://www.safe.com/solutions/for-databases/postgres/
  • License -- proprietary
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- Use FME to restructure practically any dataset into the proper model for storage with your PostgreSQL system, and to read data from it for use in any application. No coding required. FME's technology supports GIS applications including ArcGIS, MapInfo, Smallworld, and PostGIS.
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Geomajas

  • Provider -- Geosparc nv
  • Website -- http://www.geomajas.org/
  • License -- open source (AGPLv3)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- Geomajas is a collection of free and open source GIS libraries, tools and API's for a complete end-to-end web mapping solution. Its main components are the client and server projects, which have been designed to closely work together.
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GeoMedia

  • Provider -- Hexagon Geospatial
  • Website -- https://www.hexagongeospatial.com/products/power-portfolio/geomedia
  • License -- proprietary
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- GeoMedia, a comprehensive and dynamic GIS, extracts compelling intelligence from geospatial data and integrates it to present actionable information.
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GeoNetwork opensource

  • Provider -- Open Source Geospatial Foundation
  • Website -- https://geonetwork-opensource.org/
  • License -- open source (GPLv2)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL 7 or higher
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- GeoNetwork is a catalog application to manage spatially referenced resources. It provides powerful metadata editing and search functions as well as an interactive web map viewer. It is currently used in numerous Spatial Data Infrastructure initiatives across the world.
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GeoServer

  • Provider -- Open Source Geospatial Foundation
  • Website -- http://geoserver.org/
  • License -- open source (GPLv2+)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- GeoServer is a Java-based software server that allows users to view and edit geospatial data. Using open standards set forth by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), GeoServer allows for great flexibility in map creation and data sharing.
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GeoTools

  • Provider -- Open Source Geospatial Foundation
  • Website -- http://www.geotools.org/
  • License -- open source (LGPLv2.1)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- GeoTools is an open source (LGPL) Java code library which provides standards compliant methods for the manipulation of geospatial data, for example to implement Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The GeoTools library implements Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) specifications as they are developed.
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MapGuide Open Source

  • Provider -- Open Source Geospatial Foundation
  • Website -- http://mapguide.osgeo.org/
  • License -- open source (LGPLv2.1)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- MapGuide Open Source is a web-based platform that enables users to develop and deploy web mapping applications and geospatial web services. MapGuide features an interactive viewer that includes support for feature selection, property inspection, map tips, and operations such as buffer, select within, and measure. MapGuide includes an XML database for managing content, and supports most popular geospatial file formats, databases, and standards. MapGuide can be deployed on Linux or Windows, supports Apache and IIS web servers, and offers extensive PHP, .NET, Java, and JavaScript APIs for application development. MapGuide Open Source is licensed under the LGPL.
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MapInfo Pro

Mapnik

  • Provider -- Artem Pavlenko
  • Website -- http://mapnik.org/
  • License -- open source (LGPLv2.1)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- Mapnik is an open source toolkit for developing mapping applications. At the core is a C++ shared library providing algorithms and patterns for spatial data access and visualization. Mapnik is basically a collection of geographic objects like maps, layers, datasources, features, and geometries. The library doesn't rely on any OS specific "windowing systems" and it can be deployed to any server environment. It is intended to play fair in a multi-threaded environment and is aimed primarily, but not exclusively, at web-based development.
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MapServer

  • Provider -- Open Source Geospatial Foundation
  • Website -- http://www.mapserver.org/
  • License -- open source (MIT-style)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- MapServer is an Open Source geographic data rendering engine written in C. Beyond browsing GIS data, MapServer allows you create “geographic image maps”, that is, maps that can direct users to content. For example, the Minnesota DNR Recreation Compass provides users with more than 10,000 web pages, reports and maps via a single application. The same application serves as a “map engine” for other portions of the site, providing spatial context where needed. For more live examples, please see the MapServer Site Gallery.
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OpenStreetMap

  • Provider -- OpenStreetMap Foundation
  • Website -- https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website
  • License -- open source (GPLv2)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL 9.1 or higher
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
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pycsw

  • Provider -- Tom Kralidis, Angelos Tzotsos
  • Website -- http://pycsw.org/
  • License -- open source (MIT)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- pycsw is an OGC CSW server implementation written in Python. Started in 2010 (more formally announced in 2011), pycsw allows for the publishing and discovery of geospatial metadata via numerous APIs (CSW 2/CSW 3, OpenSearch, OAI-PMH, SRU), providing a standards-based metadata and catalogue component of spatial data infrastructures. pycsw is Open Source, released under an MIT license, and runs on all major platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X).
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uDig

  • Provider -- Refractions Research
  • Website -- http://udig.refractions.net/
  • License -- open source (EPLv1.0 and 3-Clause BSD)
  • Interoperability level -- explicitly supports PostgreSQL (no specific version is specified)
  • Verified PostgreSQL versions -- didn't actually run the program, but just checked the documentation
  • Last update (YYYY-MM-DD) -- 2018-3-18
  • Description -- The User-friendly Desktop Internet GIS (uDig) is an open source (EPL + BSD) desktop application framework, built with the Eclipse Rich Client (RCP) technology.
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