The aim of this project is to investigate the development of a platform to build solutions based on what is known as Geosensor Web, in the context of software development based on open source using the Sensor Initiative Web Enablement (SWE), born within the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) .It aims to have all the horizontal technological components of an integrated platform of sensors, to deploy a complete solution end to end, from the device physically connected to sensors to light or advanced clients to access, integrate and exploit information from what is becoming known as GeoSensor web.
Duration: October 2009 - September 2011
Open platform for developing a new generation of spatial web services and processes based on spatial information
Duration: January 2007 - February 2008
Budget: 653.761 € (TOTAL) // 39.607 € (UJI)
Semi-automatic extraction of metadata system
Implementation of a semi-automatic extraction of metadata system in the GVSIG platform
Technical assistance to the Consellería de Infraestructuras y Transporte (Valencia community government´s department of Infrastructures and Transport) in the design and implementation of a GIS/SDI client on the basis of free software libraries.
Duration: September 2006 – May 2007
Budget: 290.000 €
Creation of on-line learning modules in GIS. Establishment of Latin American GI Association
The eduGi.LA2 project, focused on the generation of a harmonized curriculum between Europe and Latin America in terms of teaching in Geographic Information. As a result, teaching materials online were created, including the course Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI)
Duration: December 2004 - November 2007
Network for GI science education - Latin American, European Community
The eduGI.LA project was a thematic network between schools in Europe and Latin America to facilitate convergence between the two regions in research and education related to Geographic Information.
Duration: July 2003 - July 2004
Implementation of environmental data infrastructures
Implementation of environmental data infrastructures (IDM). Prototype application of GIS to water resources management
Creating an on-line platform (regional SDI portal) for access to environmentally related geodata.
Duration: November 2002 - November 2005
Budget: 16.900 €
Catalog development of distributed geographic information
Catalog development of distributed geographic information-oriented services based on open standards: Effective Steps to a National Geographic Information Infrastructure.
The results of the project were the basis for the creation and establishment of the future National Spatial Data Infrastructure of Spain.