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Boundless Spatial Inc.
Type Private
Founded New York City, NY (2002)
Headquarters New York City, NY; Arlington, VA; Victoria, BC
Industry Software
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Products PostGIS, GeoServer, GeoTools, OpenLayers, QGIS

Boundless, formerly OpenGeo, is an American company that develops and supports powerful open-source software packages for the geospatial analysis, management and publication of geospatial information; these include PostGIS, GeoServer, OpenLayers, and QGIS.[1]


Founded in 2002 as part of the non-profit OpenPlans, OpenGeo helped found the GeoServer project and subsequently hired core developers representing other popular open source geospatial software projects built around standards from the Open Geospatial Consortium.[2][3] In 2013, OpenGeo took took on investment from VanEdge Capital[4] and In-Q-Tel[5] and spun out from OpenPlans to establish itself as an independent company.[6] In September 2013, the company changed its name to Boundless, creating a new corporate brand to better reflect the growing range of platforms, applications (now including QGIS), and services the company develops and sells.[7]


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