Jun 26, 2014 -- Inventis today announced the release of ogr2gui version 0.7, the graphical user interface used to convert and manipulate geospatial data.
This release would have been possible without the contribution of David Tran in collaboration with Prof. Stefan Keller of the University of Applied Sciences in Rapperswil, Switzerland and Even Rouault from l'École des Mines de Paris.
What's new in this version?
- Webservices integration;
- Additionnal geoformats, including sqlite;
- Projection read from a .csv file;
- 64 bit version;
- and much more!
ogr2gui is based on ogr2ogr, a command line utility from the GDAL library (gdal.org). Through its graphic interface, ogr2gui allows to use all the power of ogr2ogr without worrying about its complex syntax. It brings speed, efficiency and accessibility to its users.
ogr2gui is an open source project licensed under the GNU General Public License. Everyone in the developer community is invited to join. To date, more than 1200 users in over 75 countries have adopted the application.
The source code and the binary executables for Windows and Linux can be downloaded at : http://ogr2gui.ca