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|Initial release||28 February 2007|
|Stable release||2.0 / February 17, 2011|
|Available in||English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, German, Italian, Czech|
|Type||Geographic information system|
|License||GNU General Public License|
Kosmo is a desktop geographic information system (GIS) with advanced functions. It is the first of a series of developments that are being made available to the community.
Kosmo was implemented using the Java programming language and is being developed from the JUMP GIS platform and a series of free code libraries, all of which are well acknowledged and widely used in different free software projects (for example, Geotools and JTS). It is available for Windows and Linux operating systems.
It is a tool for visualizing and processing spatial data, characterized by its friendly user interface and access to multiple data formats, both vectorial (in a file, such as Shapefile, GML, KML, DWG and DXF, or a database, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, or Oracle) and raster (TIFF, ECW, MrSID, or other georeferenced image files, such as BMP, GIF, JPEG, or PNG). It can also edit and offer a variety of utilities to the GIS user, like support for [www.sextantegis.com/ Sextante] libraries for raster and vector analysis
One of its main characteristics is the possibility of increasing functionality, based on extensions.
Kosmo was developed by a company called SAIG S.L. (in Spanish Sistemas Abiertos de Información Geográfica - Open Geographical Information Systems), and is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
Kosmo offers several products:
Kosmo Server: Raster and vectorial cartography server
Kosmo Desktop: desktop GIS with powerful query, edition and analysis tools
Kosmo Web Client: cartographic browser for connection with services based on OGC standards
Kosmo Mobile: GIS software for mobile devices
Other way, how to get better raster data processing possibilities (gridding, interpolation, geostatistics) is to use Kosmo together with other gis software like SAGA GIS.
- "Kosmo-Plataforma SIG libre corporativa". Retrieved 3 July 2012.
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