Specialists in

Free and Open Source GIS

Our mission: to help you connect with the power of open geospatial, and enjoy the freedom to engage with technology on your own terms.

Yes, open source GIS is free. It's also powerful, flexible, and transformative.
We specialise in designing, implementing, and demystifying open source GIS, so you can make good decisions for your organisation.
Our team draws upon decades of hands-on expertise to assist you in optimising GIS workflows, refining data management and cleanup processes, and curating comprehensive maps and data packages. We use open source geospatial tools like QGIS, PostGIS, GeoNode, and GeoServer to deliver exceptional results.
Boost your team's skills with our tailored in-house QGIS training, or explore our QGIS workshop series. We conduct QGIS training across Australia and throughout the Asia Pacific region
Broaden the reach of your GIS data through user-friendly web applications. We can help you with web mapping, online data catalogues, or custom web map applications.
Extend your QGIS projects into the field with QGIS-based data capture apps Mergin Maps and QField. With our comprehensive training and support for these apps, we're here to assist you in building streamlined field-to-office workflows that maximise efficiency.

The advantages of open source GIS

Cost Effective
Say goodbye to expensive licenses and hello to freedom! Our open source approach gives you control and flexibility over your spatial data without the burden of recurring fees.
Seamless Integration
Our open source GIS solutions, deeply rooted in QGIS expertise, integrate with your existing systems, ensuring a smooth transition and minimizing disruption to your workflow.
Unlimited Possibilities
With our open source GIS services, you're not limited by proprietary software. Our open source solutions enable you to innovate, customize, and adapt your geospatial solutions without boundaries.
Mergin Maps

Featured clients

United Nations Development Programme
CSIRO Mineral Resources
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
Mineral Resources
De Grey Mining
Pilbara Minerals
Red Hill Minerals
Indigenous Mapping Workshop Australia
Scarp Archaeology
Yilka Talintji Aboriginal Corporation
Snappy Gum Heritage Services
Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists

Partners & collaborators

North Road
Mergin Maps
Grant Boxer