WES Catalog now makes it easy to publish and organize geospatial and non-geospatial data, making it easier for users to discover and exploit. It implements a catalog, repository, and standard interface to publish and search for any type of geospatial product or service.
Whether integrating with existing spatial data infrastructures, searching for data, or building metadata-driven user interfaces, WES Catalog makes it easier to manage and advertise data in a machine-readable way using an open standard, defined by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC).
WES Catalog has been implemented using the latest OGC standard, Catalog Service for the Web (CSW) 2.0.2 and is certified by the OGC.
The application has a configurable metadata harvest process that will automatically ingest service metadata from Web-services servers and clients.
Included with a WES Catalog distribution, is GeoNetwork, an open source application used as a metadata entry tool when augmenting/editing metadata being published into the WES Catalog database.
Client applications are able to query the Application Services metadata database to determine the services that are available for search and discovery, data selection and extraction and analysis.
Web Enterprsie Suite is suite of applications based on open standards, that work together to provide one of the most comprehensive, data discovery, access, retrieval and delivery systems available.
GO Mobile is a mobile application for devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Android phones and Android-based tablets to easily access geospatial content and other data and services through secure wireless communications to the cloud.
GO Mobile also provides First Responders and users in-the-field with the ability to collect, distribute and share critical information to assist with Situational Awareness and the decision making process.
Meta Manager is an OGC-CSW/Open Search compliant metadata management tool. It will automatically extract metadata from relational databases, file systems, etc. and format the metadata according to a preferred metadata standard (NAP, DDMS, ISO 19115, etc.).
The solution is ideal for organizations that need to quickly and efficiently organize structured and unstructured data for discovery in access to corporate/agency portals and/or Open Data government portal environments.