Open Source Platform for Geospatial Data
Oskari.org is an open source software package for creating your own map service. Oskari is suitable for organization use and those who want to publish their own or second party standard GIS interfaces.
Oskari has started its journey to become a prominent Content Management System for geospatial data. It was initially started as a geoportal project for National Land Survey of Finland to support the viewing possibilities and implementation of INSPIRE in Finland. Now tens of organisations in Finland and abroad are utilizing the software package.
Frequently asked questions
- How to develop OskariHere is how to contribute to Oskari Join Joint […]
- Goals of Oskari CommunityCommunity roles: Community member: All actors willing […]
- Organisations & individualsBecome Oskari community organisational member Add your […]
- What exactly Oskari does?Oskari software Oskari is platform that offers tools […]
The most easiest way to get to familiarize your self with Oskari is to test its functionalities in the Finnish national geoportal Paikkatietoikkuna or take a look at our Community Projects. Some have taken the "basic" Oskari and settled for that but some have gone further and developed own community tools on top of core Oskari. Some projects are still on their way and we can enjoy their results later on. Is your project missing from the list? Share your project info through this form.
Make embed maps talk to your site If you don’t want to set up Oskari installation, don’t worry you can […]
Oskari as a City map service City of Tampere is one of the most long term users of Oskari. City […]
Participation with a map One example of a product development on top of Oskari is Harava mab-based survey tool provided by […]
Gathering geographical data from the region Geographical Information Centre of Southwest Finland provides Lounaispaikka map service and hosts a variety of GI […]
Liikennevirasto is updating their geospatial data download service. The download service for Oskari is a functionality developed together with Helsinki Region Environment […]
Spatial Statistics on Web 2 (SSW2)-project develops the visualisation tools for statistics in Oskari A all GIS people know, it […]
With advanced selection tools you can calculate the biowaste materials, forest resources and amount of crops easily LUKE (Natural Resources […]
Arctic SDI brings support to different projections The Arctic SDI joint effort aims at creating a spatial data infrastructure for […]
Helsinki Region Environment delivers open data with Oskari Helsinki Region Environment’s (HSY) Oskari map service was taken into production in fall […]
Showcasing relics with Oskari NBA has their own map window to cultural environments. The site is part of Kyppi.fi pages where […]