Category Archives: Products

II gvSIG Chair Contest

  The gvSIG Chair Contest is announced for the second year to reward works about free Geographic Information Systems, in university world as well as in learning one.  The aim of these awards is to foment gvSIG use in particular … Continue reading

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gvSIG Roads, gestión de carreteras con software libre: Vídeos de la aplicación y webinar disponible

Como ya hemos comentado en post prevíos, gvSIG Roads es un nuevo producto de la Asociación gvSIG para la gestión integral de carreteras. Lo que hoy os mostramos son una serie de vídeos para que podáis conocer más en detalle … Continue reading

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Webinar “Georreferenciación de cartografía histórica con gvSIG”

El próximo viernes día 5 de febrero de 2016 se realizará el webinar “Georeferenciación de cartografía histórica con gvSIG”. El webinar tendrá lugar a las 11:00-UTC (ver horario según localización), y será impartido por Manuel Madrid García, profesor del Máster … Continue reading

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How to export layers from gvSIG for loading them in Google Earth

From gvSIG we can export our vector layers (parcels, roads, rivers…) and load them in Google Earth. Layers that we create, as well as layers downloaded from the different public administrations websites, can be visualized in Google Earth, exporting them … Continue reading

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Cómo exportar capas de gvSIG para cargar en Google Earth

Desde gvSIG podemos exportar nuestras capas vectoriales (parcelas, carreteras, ríos…) y cargarlas en Google Earth. Tanto las capas que nosotros creamos como las que descargamos, ofrecidas por las distintas administraciones, pueden visualizarse en Google Earth exportándolas desde gvSIG. Para poder … Continue reading

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gvSIG Online: SDI for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

The gvSIG Association, beyond being known for the development of various technologies in open source software like gvSIG Desktop or gvNIX, it has become in recent years to an international reference in the provision of open source geomatics and specially … Continue reading

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Llamamiento a la Comunidad gvSIG: traducciones de gvSIG Desktop 2.3

Dentro de poco se publicará la versión 2.3 de gvSIG Desktop, y ya se están actualizando las traducciones de la interfaz de cara a tener la versión final disponible en el mayor número de idiomas posible. Para conseguir este objetivo … Continue reading

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Calling for gvSIG Community: gvSIG Desktop 2.3 Translations

gvSIG Desktop 2.3 is coming soon, and interface translations are being updated in order to have the final version with as many languages as possible. The participation of the Community is fundamental in order to get this objective. If you … Continue reading

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Próximo Webinar: gvSIG Roads, solución libre para gestión de carreteras

El próximo jueves 28 de enero realizaremos un webinar de presentación de gvSIG Roads que no os podéis perder. Antes de seguir…si queréis asistir al webinar podéis inscribiros aquí: http://app.webinarjam.net/register/17520/0f01d331b5 gvSIG Roads es una de las últimas soluciones en sumarse … Continue reading

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11th International gvSIG Conference. Reports and workshops

We would like to inform you of the availability of presentations presented during the 11th International gvSIG Conference, which were held from December 2nd to 4th in Valencia (Spain). The videos of the report sessions and workshops are also available … Continue reading

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