Welcome to the OpenATLAS project!
OpenAtlas has moved to a new location, where you can find all information on the newest version and download links as well as documentation on the software.
Please visit www.openatlas.eu
Please be aware that the page you are currently looking at is deprecated.
OpenATLAS is a database application for the work with archeological, historical and spatial data. The developement is currently at an early stage and carried out by a small team from the University of Vienna.
Its main features will be:
- Open source, cost-free, easy to install/use. No special computer knowledge needed.
- OpenATLAS will run on Linux/Mac/Windows and can be configured for single-offline users as well as it can be connected to a server for a multiuser environment.
- It uses classes and properties from the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model of the International Council of Museums to map its data. This international standard for digital humanities guarantees a high compatibility and sustainability for the information collected in OpenATLAS.
- OpenATLAS is powered by Postgresql and PostGIS (or Sqlite and Spatialite in the file based-offline version) and therefore connectible to every common GIS program like Qgis or ArcGIS.