[HOT] Optimal NAS tech specifications to serve imagery tiles

Donal Hunt donal.hunt at gmail.com
Thu Mar 23 14:39:53 UTC 2017


It occurs to me that partnering with a team like Ideas Box (see
https://www.ideas-box.org/
<https://www.ideas-box.org/index.php/en/the-ideas-box/discover-the-ideas-box>)
may be the way to go here... If the HOT tool-chain could be pre-installed /
integrated it would make the deployment of such kits more beneficial in the
longer run (deployed at the start of a disaster and then continues to
deliver value to the community over time due to the availability of
knowledge, etc).

Obviously, the deployment is a lot heavier than a simple NAS but it's
likely you want a robust solution that is well tested in most scenarios.

All the best!

Donal

On 22 March 2017 at 18:35, Denis Carriere <carriere.denis at gmail.com> wrote:

> POSM does host imagery with the new OpenDroneMap module. You can add a
>> tiff and it will be served as a TMS. You an also add any MBTile archive
>> (bing) and have that served as well. POSM is designed to take an AOI, use
>> collected imagery, host field papers, and have support for mobile data
>> surveys all offline.
>
>
> Thanks for sharing Dale!
>
> I never knew that POSM was capable of this, I will definitely need to dive
> into this one of these days.
>
> Cheers,
>
> *~~~~~~*
> *Denis Carriere*
> *GIS Software & Systems Specialist*
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