HALE is a tool for defining and evaluating conceptual schema mappings. The goal of HALE is to allow domain experts to ensure logically and semantically consistent mappings and consequently transformed geodata. Furthermore, a major focus is put on documentation of the schema transformation process and its impacts, e.g. in the form of lineage information attached to the resultant transformed data.
Manager: Simon Templer, Thorsten Reitz
Developer: Andrea Antonello, Andreas Burchert, Anna Pitaev, Christian Malewski, Christopher Greening, Jachym Cepicky, Jan Jezek, Jan Kolar, Josef Bezdek, José Ignacio Gisbert Sanus, Kai Schwierczek, Kevin Mais, Marian de Vries, Mark Doyle, Patrick Lieb, Robert Gregor, Sebastian Reinhardt, Willem Weiss, Yasmina Kammeyer
Reporter: Stefan Thorn
HALE 2.9.0 brings new tools and INSPIRE Annex II/III
We have just completed testing and documentation for the new HALE 2.9.0 release.
HALE 2.8.0 connects to your PostGIS database
We just released HALE 2.8.0 to bring you several new features, including PostGIS source data support, sample sets for large source data sets, a nicer classification UI and more.