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EDAS2 is free to download and use as is. There are no purchase costs. There are also no guarantees or promises made about the quality, development cycle, and support of the software or any of the materials associated with it.

Free assistance in using and enhancing EDAS2 will be provided by the EDAS2 community through the forum on an “as-we-can” basis. You can also directly contact the leaders of the community for funded direct assistance and enhancements


EDAS2 and most* of the materials associated with it are licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) v2 and the original text of the GPL.

The GPL v2 grants the recipients of a computer program the following rights (called freedoms):
  1. Freedom to run the program, for any desired purpose
  2. Freedom to study how the program works, and modify it (Access to the source code is a precondition for this)
  3. Freedom to redistribute unmodified copies
  4. Freedom to improve the program, and release the improvements to the public. You must then publish the entire body of source code for public access
EDAS2 is not software of the public domain

If you modify EDAS2 or if you redistribute it, you may not apply a license that would contradict the GPL v2. You must also maintain all original license materials and cite the originators of all works in all artifacts; including code and documentation.

You are free to use EDAS2 for any activity.

These include personal, professional or commercial. Within the framework of a commercial activity, the contract that you associate your provision of services should not interfere with the GPL attached to EDAS2.

Tetra Tech, Inc., is the owner of the intellectual property of EDAS2 and all later submissions

We reserve the right to adopt alternative Open Source licenses if the current license does not meet the needs of the community.

*EDAS2 Uses the Google Maps API

At this time, EDAS2 uses the Google Maps API for interactive mapping. Therefore, this component is bound by the Google Maps API Terms of Service. You should become familiar with the latest version of these terms before deploying EDAS2 within your organization. Google reserves the right to (and has in the recent past) change these terms. We feel that Google's terms will be acceptable to many organizations.

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