Enhydris, Filotis & openmeteo.org: Free software for environmental management

A. Christofides, S. Kozanis, G. Karavokiros, and A. Koukouvinos, Enhydris, Filotis & openmeteo.org: Free software for environmental management, FLOSS Conference 2011, Athens, http://conferences.ellak.gr/2011/, 2011.



A presentation of two free software application for environmental management, developed in National Technical University of Athens. Enhydris is an Information system - server software for the management, storage and retrieval of hydrometeorological data, accessible through the internet. Enhydris is used by the National Data Bank of Hydrometeorolical Information (Hydroscope) and it also used by other agencies in Greece and European Union. In addition it is provided as a service of free content under the web address: openmeteo.org where individuals can download or upload their data. The Information System for the Greek Nature "Filotis", contains biotopes and species of flora and fauna of Greece.

The development of the application is based on Python Computer Language and Django. Finally applications are providing geospatial data in a Web-GIS form by using free software GIS tools.

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1. S. Kozanis, A. Christofides, N. Mamassis, and D. Koutsoyiannis, openmeteo.org: a web service for the dissemination of free meteorological data, Advances in Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Physics, edited by C.G. Helmis and P. Nastos, Athens, 203–208, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-29172-2_29, Springer, Athens, 2012.

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