Geo-Spatial Open Source Software Consulting
B-Open develops geo-spatial solutions with Open Source Software. We offer software consulting services for environmental monitoring, emergency response, remote sensing and GIS using Python and Linux. We have extensive experience working for international organizations and national institutions in Europe and in the Mediterranean Sea, as well as for large Italian companies and multinationals.
We have worked - directly or as subcontractors - for many different companies and organizations, national and international, including e.g. the Mediterranean Action Plan of the United Nation Environment Programme, Telespazio SpA - e-GEOS SpA and ENI SpA. We present some case studies illustrating the relevant features of the solutions we have implemented for them, to provide some examples of we have done and what we are capable to do for our customers.
We develop software solutions based on customers needs with focus on environmental monitoring and remote sensing applications and geo-spatial data management and web publication. We offer consulting services on the Open Source Technologies as Python, Zope and Plone.
We have developed application level expertise in several distinctive fields, as geo-spatial data management and publication and environment monitoring and reporting. We specialize in a number of selected Open Source technologies, covering the range from low/high level programming languages to spatial data management, to web application frameworks and content management system, to devise complete, flexible stacks of technologies for our solutions.
We present our company and our team, and give the relevant information to contact or reach us.
We aim to be active players in the Open Source communities we join. Here we collect the Open Source projects we lead and the community initiatives we support.
Studies on non-standard image processors (Speckle Filter, Mosaic and Interferometric Processor) in the context of the Phase B of the SAR-equipped "COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation" earth observation mission.