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OSGeo: OSGeo is an umbrella organisation (Foundation) that supports many Open Source GIS Projects. Some of the more well known ones are: QGIS, GeoServer, and OpenLayers. Being part of OSGeo gives a project some support, through assistance with governance, and potentially funding. But it also gives a project some legitimacy and assurance. Being part of ...
Look at the OSGeo: Open Source Geospatial Foundation site. You will see that they support Desktop applications (GRASS GIS, QGIS,...), Web Mapping projects (OpenLayers, GeoServer,MapServer ...), Geospatial Libraries (GDAL/OGR, GEOS, PostGIS,...) , ... OSGeo4W is simply a binary distribution of these libraries/softwares for Windows environments (OSGeo4W ...
man check out http://opendronemap.github.io/odm/. this is an old question but it seems like these guys have a really workable piece of software now, i have not personally tried it yet but it looks good. Here is a link to a youtube video of it in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2qp3o8caPs
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