GeoNode

GeoNode provides out-of-the-box functionalities to create a complete GIS platform as it provides data and metadata management as well as rapid mapping capabilities to go from raw data to maps and geostories with no development. Organizations use GeoNode to easily setup a Geospatial Portal to enable users to  ingest, share, browse, preview, visualize and disseminate data.

GeoNode  allows users to:

  • upload data while managing permissions:
Ingesting data in GeoNode

Uploading data in GeoNode – Notice the permissions management.

  • edit data online (both geometries and attributes)
Edit data in GeoNode

Edit data in GeoNode

  • prepare metadata

    Prepare metadata for a layer

    Preparing metadata for a layer in GeoNode

  • style the data visually
Visual Style Editor in GeoNode

Visual Style Editor at work in GeoNode

  • search and browse existing data
Browse available data in GeoNode

Browse available data in GeoNode

  • visualize directly or as part of Maps (eventually with widgets) or GeoStories
Maps with charts

Maps with charts

GeoNode GeoStory at work

GeoNode GeoStory at work

  • filter and download data
Filering data in GeoNode feature grid

Filtering data in GeoNode feature grid

Data download in GeoNode

Data download in GeoNode

  • upload geospatial data like shapefiles, CSV files and GeoTiff files as well as ancillary documents like PDF, Images, Videos, with the possibility to enable time based visualizations, as shown below.

 

MapStore Map with time slider at work

Map with time series data at work

GeoNode provides a rich administration user interface which provides analytics of user access as well as monitoring information of hardware and software resources.

 

GeoNode Usage Analytics

GeoNode Usage Analytics

HW&SW Monitoring

HW&SW Monitoring

GeoNode is an Open Source and available for free. It is written in Python and leverages well-known and robust open source products like:

If you want to check a few interesting implementations to get an idea about what other organizations are doing with GeoNode, please see the list below:

  • UN WFP
  • World Bank
  • UNESCO
  • UNEP GRID
  • IGAD
  • Greenpeace
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • EU Joint Research Center
  • Arizona State University (US)
  • VerticalGeo (US)
  • MASEGO (US)
  • Secondary Cities GeoNode (US)
  • GB (GE)
  • IBF Servizi (IT)
  • MapStand (UK)
  • Arpa Veneto (IT)
  • Po river basin authority (IT)
  • Uganda Bureau Of Statistics (UG)
  • The Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NO)
  • EURAC (IT)

For an in-depth look at GeoNode you can play with the online demo at this link (you can freely create an account and start uploading data immediately). You can find more information at the links provided here below as well as in our portfolio or in our blog. We regularly provide talks about GeoNode (check our speakerdeck page) and webinars (check our youtube channel for past episodes).

We, as one the main developers and maintainers of GeoNode, provide development and support services for GeoNode under our Enterprise Support Services offer to make your deployment more robust and scalable, Subscription Services for deployment care and,  Professional Training Services for knowledge transfer so you can acquire the confidence to manage your own GeoNode installation.

Will be more than happy to hear from you and your GeoNode deployment. You can contact us to schedule a live demo session to talk about your installation or learn more about GeoNode.