HIGH PERFORMANCE GEODATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Conceptually GeoDB is a binding layer between a GIS application and raster storages which provides a single, high level approach to accessing raster data and encapsulates the complexity of dealing with different raster data sources.
Concretely the current implementation of GeoDB is a Java library that provides interfaces to access and handle raster data and an implementation of the interfaces. The library can be extended to support other raster data sources adding new subclasses that implement the access interfaces. It is also intended to extend the interfaces to support vector data as well.
- Pure JAVA/Platform Independent
- All well known spatial data formats either in an RDBMS or a file system
- Temporal dimension for spatial data
- Error propagation and uncertainty for spatial data analysis
- Java and CORBA interfaces to access and process spatial data
- Implementing OGC SFS (Simple Feature Specification) for SQL
- Accessing OGC services (WMS 1.1.1, WFS 1.0.0) as data sources
- Spatial data caching for high speed data retrieval
- Enhanced user and spatial data authorization, authentication, encryption
- Unified GIS Query and Data Definition Language for raster and vector data
- Geographic Information - Metadata (ISO 19115) support including XML Schema Implementation (ISO/TS 19139)
- High level image compression (Jpeg2000) with multi-resolutional access for efficient data management
- Image merging, mosaicing, colour balancing and regular/irregular region cropping
- Spatial data reprojection
- Multi-processor support
- Powerful Technical Support
- And more...