a great team
We are Geomatico s. coop. galega, a company that has been specialising in the analysis and publication of geographical information since 2011. We like to establish a personalised client-developer relationship, with no intermediaries.
We believe in collaboration, knowledge sharing and transparency in our projects, which is why we use and produce Open Source code. We are also committed and contribute as much as possible to collaborative geospatial initiatives. Proof of this are our contributions to projects such as QGIS, Geoserver, Geotools, GeoNetwork or 52n SOS.
Restless spirit and with many interests, she has traveled through different professional worlds. She has developed web pages in her spare time since she was very young, and she has always been connected with technology. But it was not until 2018 that she decided to make her professional leap into the IT sector with the Adalab bootcamp. Since then, she has rediscovered her love for front-end technologies. A nomad at heart, her greatest pleasure is to discover new places with her camper.
Her training as an Architect stands out for his ability to constantly change scale. She always keeps both the whole and the details in mind, and she is a passionate about maps. After an entrepreneurship in the children's design sector, from 2010 to 2016, in which "having to do everything" led her to approach web programming, she decided to study a Bootcamp in full stack web development. Since January 2021, she has been part of Geomatico, bringing to the team her design skills and her love for work well done.
Since childhood he has loved escaping into nature, always with a good map in hand. He started out as a GIS programmer in Aurensis. During his work at the Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya he was introduced to the world of free software and open standards. Since 2010 he has been developing his career as an independent consultant for a wide range of organisations, from public and private multinationals to humble projects deep rooted in the territory. He participated in the organisation of FOSS4G 2010, from which the first group of Geoinquietos was created, in Barcelona. Areas of specialisation: Design and technical direction of geospatial solutions, ETL processes with geospatial information, development of interactive front-ends for geospatial analysis
Trained a a draughtsman, he discovered the world of GIS in 2008 and has been a cartography enthusiast ever since. He now masters many technologies in the world of geomatics, from front-end programming to high avalability deployments or Python GIS development. He is an active member of the Spanish-speaking communities of OSGeo and QGIS
He started out computer programming in a consultancy, whose name he does not care to remember, and he began to enjoy it at Geodata Sistemas. He worked there for 8 years, moving from web developer specialising in front-end technologies and map servers to project manager. He worked as a geofreelance from 2012 and in 2015 he joined Geomatico to work on web project development and training in open source geospatial technologies.
- Bioexplora Taxo&Map Project: biological diversity of the Barcelona Natural Science Museum.
- Publications: Free GIS Conference 2018: “Deploying GeoServer and PostGIS in high availability and in the cloud”.
- Publications: XXII Biennial of the RSEHN – Coímbra 2017. “The public and collaborative version of the georeferencing of collections at the Barcelona Natural Science Museum (MCNB): web services for editing and consultation”.
- Interview in Geografía Infinita, May 2020
He heard about GIS for the first time when studying Marine Science at the University of Vigo. Since then he began his training in this field, sharing his passion between GIS and software development. He entered the world of GIS professionally in 2006. From that moment on, he focused relentlessly on creating his own company. And Geomatico is now, after 10 years of experience, his current way of life. He is always hanging around to free software communities (xeoinquedos), organising events (geocamp.es) and participating in social initiatives such as ARMH, Amnesty International, CIVIO, Open Arms and others.
- Satagro.es Project: satellite images for precision agriculture.
- Presentations: SASIG, Guimaraes 2011, “Geoinquietos, criar e manter a comunidade local”
- Interviews: Blog IDEE, 2012, “Opinion on IDEs”
- Interviews: UNIGIS, Geoentrevistas, “Spatial Data Infrastructure Issues”
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The facts define us
Real-time public transportation visualization
https://vimeo.com/540079821/ Real-time visualization for the Barcelona metro and bus services Since 2016, Geomatico has been working with the Barcelona public transport agency (Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona, TMB) for GIS development…
Civil works monitoring using satellite imagery and machine learning
Using up-to-date satellite imagery is nowadays mandatory to the decision-making process in many areas: agriculture, environment, water resources … Checking present and historical views of a site can be of…
Customised GIS training for your sector
Our experience tells us that the best way to consolidate knowledge and have your staff effectively integrate GIS as a daily tool is through customised courses for your business. Generalist…
9 years with Barcelona Natural Science Museum
Geolocation is a key attribute for activity in a natural science museum since cartography is present in almost all its fields of activity: collections, research, publications, exhibitions, etc. The collaboration…