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MesoHABSIM move to the Cloud

The MesoHABSIM model was created to offer the tool for the study of the spatio-temporal variability of fluvial habitats available for fauna according to the flow rate and the morphology of the watercourse. Operators initially had three plugins developed ad-hoc for the QGIS suite. The MesoHABSIM milestone has expected two major releases. The first, which is described in this event, is based on two QGIS plugins instead of the three original ones. The APIs have been developed thanks to the Django REST Framework and are made available for loading and validating data and subsequent processing. Modules such as Pandas and GeoPandas have been introduced in order to make the whole process consistent with the Python framework. The second step, for the back-end part, involves the replacement of R with scipy and scikit-learn and the simultaneous migration to PostgreSQL/PostGIS from sqlite in addition to the adoption of Django REST Framework GIS. Operators are thus equipped with a mobile application to be used off-line to replace the current module developed for QGIS and ESRI ArcPad. Saas or not Saas? The ambition of MesoHABSIM is to be able to offer its users a simple, reliable tool that allows to effectively apply the processing without having to bear any hardware and software charges other than pure field equipment and a browser.

May 8, 2018

How GisUp is using Cisco APIs for their business

The testimonials of Startups, Partners and Sales Engineers who have engaged with DevNet and Cisco APIs. These newly on-boarded DevNet members will explain their on-boarding experience with these APIs and the benefits it brought to their company, people and business overall.

Feb. 1, 2018

Embedding Cisco Spark and Location applications (ESRI) into business processes

The 'location' or 'positioning', is one of the most valuable and underutilized information for an asset or a physical person. The possibility to extend enhanced collaboration solution, such as Spark, into processes and applications designed around the 'Science of Where' provide an incredible capability to solve industry-relevant problems, not easy or cost-effective to address today. The workshop deals with real-life use cases of Spark enabled solutions for asset tracking and asset protection. You will also learn how to use Cisco Spark to share asset location info within a biz process.

Nov. 10, 2017

pg-gis-interoperability

In the public administration sector, PostgreSQL is claiming to be an example of true GIS interoperability thanks to the coexistence of Open Source (PostGIS and Python solutions) with commercial ones such as ESRI and Oracle. Without losing any of the wonderful features that PostgreSQL delivers to both administrators and developers. Two real cases denouncing how far PostgreSQL can be adopted without affecting the solidity of a complex and heterogeneous infrastructure such as that of the Italian Public Admnistration.

Oct. 13, 2017

The Location Intelligence Summit

More than 250 leaders in Location Intelligence gathered to share and learn new ways businesses are turning location data into outcomes.

April 26, 2017

EasyNaDIR

First public appearance of the team at the EODAppathon hackathon promoted by the Veneto Region and the National Research Council and Politecnico di Milano within the European ENERGIC-OD project. The contest aims to contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the European project for the creation of a homogeneous system for collecting and sharing data to be made available to the Public Administration, the business system and citizens. The project proposed by GisUp, called EasyNaDIR, in the field of cultural heritage, at the end of the 24 hours of work was ranked second in ten participating groups.

Oct. 21, 2016