OnoMap is a Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) and stands for "Open noise Map". It is a central component in the Noise-Planet project because it provides all the tools to store, catalog, share and display noise data, based on common and standardized langages and encoding from OGC.
OnoMap is composed of 5 open-source softwares:
If you want to cite OnoMap in a scientific paper (or else), please refer to this article:
Bocher et al. 2016, OnoM@p : a Spatial Data Infrastructure dedicated to noise monitoring based on volunteers measurements, PeerJ Preprints 4:e2273v2
The OnoMap SDI is currently used by within the NoiseCapture approach.