Bennekom, The Netherlands, 20 March 2017 – GeoCat continues its commitment to open source with a Diamond Sponsorship of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation for 2017.
This year GeoCat is supporting FOSS4G 2017 Boston, FOSS4G 2017 Europe, Spanish FOSS4G 2017, in addition to their local NL event. GeoCat staff is active in organizing conferences and community events (and has submitted workshops and presentations to the events above).
We would also like to thank GeoCat for their financial support of the OSGeo website/rebranding initiative focused on redirecting our organization towards end-user outreach.
GeoCat is a true open source company focused not just on their own products but in fostering a healthy and supportive community:
- Provides leadership and commercial support for the GeoNetwork project
- GeoCat is sponsoring the innovative developer award at FOSS4G 2017
- GeoCat has organized the annual Bolsena Code Sprint since 2008
- GeoCat staff are active at all levels of OSGeo
OSGeo would like to thank GeoCat for their financial support and for their hard work as valued members of our community.
Established in the Netherlands in 2007 by GeoNetwork founder Jeroen Ticheler, GeoCat is a strong open source supporter offering customized software and services making geospatial data sharing easier and more efficient than ever. GeoCat builds sustainable INSPIRE compliant applications following the Free and Open Source Software philosophy and open standards as well as a Bridge to proprietary GIS software to enable hybrid infrastructures. GeoCat provides successful consulting services and products that contributed to the development of organization, national and international Spatial Data Infrastructures for The Netherlands, Swiss, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Scotland, Canada, EEA, ESTAT, JRC, ESA and many others.
About the Foundation
The Open Source Geospatial Foundation is not-for-profit organization to foster global adoption of open source geospatial technology. OSGeo serves as an outreach and advocacy organization providing financial, organizational and legal support for the open source geospatial community.