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Baltic Explorer

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About

Baltic Explorer is a web-map application that is designed for collaborative maritime spatial planning. With Baltic Explorer you can:

➢ Explore spatial data and maps of the Baltic Sea from multiple sources

➢ Draw and edit your own ideas and plans on a map

➢ Share your work with colleagues in multi-user workspaces

➢ Work locally or remotely on multiple devices

Baltic Explore uses uMap umap-project django-leaflet-storage and Leaflet.Storage, built on top of Django and Leaflet.

Installation and configuration

We recommend installing Baltic Explorer on a Ubuntu machine (e.g. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS)

Follow this installation guide: https://github.com/FGI-GEOINFO/Baltic-Explorer/blob/master/docs/ubuntu_install.md

Authorship

Christian Koski1, Mikko Rönneberg2, Reetta Välimäki 3, Pyry Kettunen4, Juha Oksanen5, Henning Sten Hansen6

1,2,3,4,5 Finnish Geospatial Research Institute in the National Land Survey of Finland
6 Aalborg University

Development of the Baltic Explorer was made in the BONUS BASMATI project.

The authors contributed to the development as follows:

1,2,3 Programming
4 Managing the project and the development team
1,2,4,5 Defining requirements, Designing, Usability, Use and user testing
5,6 Supervising development

Thanks to our partners in the BONUS BASMATI project for their significant contributions in improving the software.

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