GeoData for everyone
How it works
Powerful customization and simplicity as a feature make collecting GeoData easier than ever before. Forms are designed to adapt in real-time to the type of data you are collecting, enabling a smooth participation. You can create or reuse icon sets based on the data you are interested to collect.
Define teams and projects to get insight on progress and store data in a secure way. Easily find and edit existing data.
A map view that provides intuitive filtering capabilities, and configurable base maps. Share the map data with your audience in a way that enables them to get an overview as well as dig deep.
Be in control
Own your data and gain full control by using a solution that is and will always remain open source. Through compliance with OSGEO standards and intuitive REST APIs, future use of your data is in your hands.
Try out our SaaS offering hosted at app.giscollective.com
Or install the platform on your own infrastructure, following this guideline.
An open source solution that revolutionizes how we collaborate and participate on maps
As GeoData gets more accessible, and projects for ecology monitoring, climate change action and social change get more traction, we want to empower organizations and communities that work with maps to make a positive impact
Who is using it?
Open Green Map 2 is a platform for locally-made maps that promote sustainable, socially just communities. Versatile features on OGM2 include public engagement, customization, open source data import-export, and embeddable Green Maps.
Think global, map local!
Honey Bee Watch is a global citizen-science study to better understand the traits of survivorship among untreated and free-living colonies. Starting with a UK-based pilot focused on Apis mellifera, we’ll eventually expand into new regions and include all 10+ Apis species.
Our aim is to increase scientific knowledge about these species, potentially leading to more sustainable beekeeping practices as well as educational programs and conservation initiatives to engage and inspire the wider public to act locally to protect threatened or endangered populations.
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