pygeoapi is developed and supported by a number of businesses, organizations and individuals around the world.
Using a service provider is a great way to get started with pygeoapi and contributes to the ongoing sustainability of the project. Services include (but are not limited to):
- custom integration
- bug fixing
- core development
The section below provides a list of service providers who can help you in getting the best out of your pygeoapi investment. The list is randomized on each page load.
If you are a service provider and would like to be listed on this page, please feel free to add yourself to the service provider list.
Center for Geospatial Solutions
The Center for Geospatial Solutions works to ensure that organizations of all sizes have access to data and advanced technologies to improve decision-making for land and water conservation, climate action, and social equity. We develop geospatial data tools and infrastructure that leverage linked data principles and international standards like OGC API. We also provide training, deployment, feature development, and operational services for organizations wishing to adopt pygeoapi as part of their spatial data infrastructure.
EOX IT Services GmbH
EOX IT Services GmbH (Austria) offers solutions and services in the geodata domain in general and in the Earth Observation domain in particular. EOX is strongly committed towards utilizing and contributing to Open Source Software for example by adapting pygeoapi for kubernetes-based cloud environments. EOX furthermore provides managed compute and storage resources in the EOxHub Workspace.
Geobeyond Srl (Italy) is a small company established in 2012 that brings innovation into the digital identity and geospatial market of open-source based solutions. Geobeyond offers commercial support and core development on pygeoapi to build robust and affordable solutions which can scale up the authentication and authorization capabilities on client's premises. We provide managed serverless solutions on top of pygeoapi with FASTGeoAPI.
GeoCat (Netherlands/Canada) offers cutting-edge customized software and services that make publishing geospatial data on the Internet easier and more efficient. Specialized in Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) and geospatial data cloud solutions, GeoCat builds sustainable applications following the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) principle and open standards, and it also is a pygeoapi contributor.
GeoComvos Ltd. is a technical consultancy and open source geospatial service provider, specializing in the development, deployment of Free and Open Source Software Geospatial (FOSS4G) technology, particularly in the development of Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) platforms and Geospatial Catalogues. The company specializes in promoting, developing and contributing Open Source and Open Data solutions to governments, organizations and the private sector. GeoComvos provides support and development services for pygeoapi.
Just Objects B.V.
Just Objects is the trading name for the professional activities of Just van den Broecke. Just is a full-stack developer with over 25 years experience. He is a pygeoapi core developer, has developed the pygeoapi demo server, and contributes to many other open source geospatial projects. Through Just Objects he provides a range of services for Free and Open Source Software Geospatial (FOSS4G) technology, including consultancy, training, development and (DevOps) deployment.
GatewayGeo (Canada) is a company on the East Coast of Canada that has long specialized in assisting organizations to publish, discover and share their geospatial data through openness : OGC services, leveraging FOSS4G software. GatewayGeo is known for its longtime participation in the MapServer project, as well as being the company who gave the initial pycsw metadata publishing workshop back in 2013. GatewayGeo's popular product, MS4W, is freely available and comes pre-configured with various OGC services running out-of-the-box.
Byte Road (Portugal) is a consulting and R&D company, operating in the fields of data engineering and data analytics. We leverage open standards, free and open source software, cloud computing, software containers, SQL and NoSQL databases, to pave roads that connect users to their data assets. Byte Road develops and maintains the pygeoapi-based spatial data infrastructure (SDI), created in the context of the eMOTIONAL Cities project. We speak Portuguese, Italian, Spanish and English.