Energy Modelling Platform for Africa
Three-week intensive training on data management with FOSS GIS to support geospatial electrification models for government officials, utility analysts and academic researchers.
Summer School on Modelling Tools for Sustainable Development
Three week intensive training on data management with FOSS GIS to support geospatial electrification models for government officials, utility analysts and academic researchers
Earth Observation National Eutrophication Monitoring Programme
Dr Matthews had developed algorithms for detecting cyanobacteria, chlorophyll-a and vegetation in the coastal waters off South Africa for his PhD. He contracted Kartoza, with funding from the Water Research Commission, to automated his image processing workflow and build a web interface to the data, for all dams in South Africa for the benefit of the public and also to satisfy reporting requirements of the National Department of Water and Sanitation.
Cadasta QGIS plugin
The objective was to develop a QGIS Python plugin to enable Cadasta clients to interact with the Cadasta service at https://cadasta.org/ via its API.
Enterprise GIS for National Land Audit
Kirchhoff Surveyors was a traditional Land Survey firm that used CAD-based software for survey jobs. They had won a contract with the National Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) to undertake an audit of all DWS land assets, such as land under reservoirs, canals, pipelines and water transfer schemes.
Land Information System for Ogun State, Nigeria
Ogun State in Nigeria started implementation in 2012 of their first digital Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI). At its core are new Land Information and Land Administration Systems, of which Kartoza was the core developer.
OSS-SOLA and QGIS consulting, training and support
The FAO and international consultants had managed a land reform project in Lesotho and instituted a digital cadastral land management system based on FLOSS SOLA (now called ‘Registry’).
STDM code sprint and technical training
In this project, the STDM project steering committee needed assistance to bring the plugin to a point where it could be released on a public repository, to make progress with new features and bug fixes and also to train potential new developers.