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The Open Data Network (ODN) (pronounced Od-in) is designed to give organizations and individuals unprecedented access to publicly available geospatial data. With the ever-growing abundance of geospatial content, finding specific data has become a challenging task. ODN addresses this challenge by offering a single point of search for free, geospatial data that traditionally has been difficult to locate. 

Built with a commitment to OGC standards and a strong alignment with the principles of FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) information, ODN is more than just a search platform. It's a game-changer for industries, universities, entrepreneurs, analysts, hobbyists, and researchers who require geospatial insights. ODN streamlines the search process, allowing users to focus on productive work rather than the tedious "hunting and gathering" phase.

By integrating automated harvesting, and a flexible indexing pipeline for enrichment and conditioning of metadata ODN paves to unlock the full potential of publicly available data - helping users find the information they need to improve decision making, boost productivity, and increase cost efficiency.

As the geospatial data landscape continues to expand, ODN stands ready to ride the rising tide, bridging the gap between data and decisions, and making geospatial information accessible like never before. It's not just a search solution; it's a new era of geospatial data access.


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