SOGI, the Swiss Organisation for Geoinformation (SOGI) starts a series of online webinars packed with inspiring talks

There are many important issues where geoinformation plays a major role and where reliable geodata is urgently needed. SOGI  will be starting conversations about these issues and sharing its members’ knowledge through a series of online webinars which will build on the experience and expertise of well selected speakers.  First Webinar SOGI’s first webinar series is entitled “Digital Underground” and the first webinar in this series will deal with the issue ‘Underground Space’. Reliable information on what exists underground is […]

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GeoHive – Ireland’s Hub for Authoritative Spatial Data

GeoHive is a National Online Platform, enabled by Ordnance Survey Ireland, to provide easy access to publicly available Spatial Data. GeoHive offers unrestricted web based access, to Ordnance Survey Ireland Geospatial Information alongside Authoritative Datasets from multiple sources across Ireland. Enhancing access to Location Based information, GeoHive allows the user to make better, more informed decisions. The General Public, Private Sector and Government Bodies can all benefit from this web portal by gaining a more complete understanding of any location […]

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Brugstedet.dk – a catalogue of inspiration

The GI domain is packed with examples on how spatial data can add and create value. We are, however, not always that good at communicating this – we tend to talk a lot about the “what” and the “how” and not so much about the “why”. Experience shows that outside our GI domain people are not that interested in projections, the noble art of geo coding or other technical sophistry – but they love and can relate to a good […]

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News from Members: EARSC published two new industry positions

Recently, EARCS published two new industry positions: A position paper on the future evolution of Copernicus A statement on the ESA earth observation proposal for Space 19+ The first one details the position of the European Earth Observation (EO) services industry (represented by EARSC) on the evolution of the Copernicus programme, an EU flagship programme designed to provide the public with geospatial information in support of policy-making. The second one is referring to the forthcoming ESA Council at Ministerial level.

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News from EUROGI Members – EARSC: Industry Core Survey

EARSC, the European Association of Remote Sensing companies, is conducting its industry survey to map the state and health of the companies providing EO services in Europe for the fourth time. Previous reports can be found at the following link. Now in 2018/2019 the survey shall be updated with the following objectives:   Characterise the business of the EO services industries in Europe Understand the way in which the industry sector is evolving Identify the key issues that the industry is […]

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News from EUROGI Members – AGEO: „Copernicus Master in Digital Earth“ launched

Applications for this new European Master study programme now are invited until March 14, with general info offered at https://www.master-cde.eu and call details at https://www.master-cde.eu/admission/procedures-deadlines/calls/. Candidates can apply for full scholarships or as self-funded students. All admitted students will start with a year at University of Salzburg’s Z_GIS and then select either Université Bretagne Sud or the University of Olomouc for their second year. We expect excellent students from an initial background in Geoinformatics and Earth Observation with an ambition […]

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News from EUROGI Members – DDGI: Call for Papers – Copernicus Meets Galileo

The conference “Copernicus meets Galileo – Earth Observation – Navigation – GeoIT” will take place in Bochum on 8 and 9 May  2019. ZENIT GmbH, the Enterprise Europe Network, the Georg Agricola University of Applied Sciences and the CopServ Network are the organizers of the international event, which builds on the April 2018 conference “Earth Observation & Copernicus Technologies and Solutions for User Applications”. The German Aerospace Center and the DDGI are partners / members of the CopServ network and […]

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Latvia’s Geospatial Information Technology Conference and EUROGI Members Meeting II 2018

Latvia’s Geospatial Information Technology (GIT) conference organized by Latvia’s GIS Association is the largest event dedicated to geospatial information technologies in the Baltics. This year EUROGI Members Meeting is incorporated in the conference and all members are invited to participate!   The goal of the event is to introduce professionals and policymakers with the latest trends in the industry, geospatial data access, and usage, international and interdisciplinary projects as well as public and professional education opportunities.   Amongst others, this […]

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News from EUROGI Members – AFIGEO: Workshop on Open Data Access and Harmonisation by a Virtual Hub

4th September 2017 In the frame of the INSPIRE Conference 2017, The ENERGIC OD Project Team (AFIGEO and fourteen other partners) organized their final conference in Kehl (Germany), on the 4th of September 2017. This Workshop on “Open Data Access and Harmonisation by a Virtual Hub” allowed, for a fifty participants, to discover these HV: a pan-European HV, integrating five national HV, his objectives, features, spatial data… An overview of ten experimental applications showed the diversity of the possible scopes […]

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News from EUROGI Members – AFIGEO: Francophone Conference on Geographic Information

4th & 5th September 2017 Organized by AFIGEO and CNIG, in partnership with the Greater East Region, the ” Francophone Conference on Geographic Information” took place in Strasbourg (House of the Region) the 4th and 5th of September. Entitled “Which governances for the geographical information?”, this conference gathered on 2 days more than 250 actors of the geographical information sector: decision-makers and agents of diverse territorial levels, national or local experts, persons in institutions and users of spatial data infrastructures, […]

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News from EUROGI Members – EARSC: Results EO Industry Survey, September 2017

The survey was conducted during the 1st quarter of 2017; figures are for the Financial Year (FY) 2016. EARSC first conducted this survey in 2013 (FY2012) with a second one in 2015 (FY2014). The series of data is allowing a good indication of trends to be developed. A survey was also conducted by others in 2006 and this data is also used to develop longer time series of data. For more information see the EARSC surveys at the following page. […]

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News from EUROGI Members – AMFM-GIS Belux: Invitation to Seminar “GEOBUSINESS : WHO PAYS / WILL PAY FOR WHAT?”

Whether public or private, geographical data are nowadays increasingly freely available and at no cost to the user. On July 12th 2017, the Walloon Government adopted a decree on the reuse of public sector information aimed at establishing an open data policy. Take for instance the COPERNICUS Sentinel satellite data that are freely accessible to all and for all uses. Another example: OpenStreetMap, a collaborative project initiated in 2004, offers a global geographical database free of charge which is very […]

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News from EUROGI Members – HEXAGON: Stand at Smart City Expo World Congress 2017

Driven by disruptive innovation, Hexagon’s information technology portfolio empowers customers with integrated data feeds and seamless workflows to create smart ecosystems – they call these Smart X. From smart cities, smart power plants, and smart factories, to smart mines and smart farms, Hexagon leverages data to digitally transform the way these systems operate. Between 14 and 16 Novemebr stop by Hall Pavilion 2 | Street C | Stand 327 to learn how Hexagon is enabling cities of all sizes to […]

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News from EUROGI Members – LATGIS: Invitation to Latvian Geospatial Information Technology Conference

Latvian GIS Association organizes Latvian Geospatial Information Technology Conference on December 8, 2017 at the Academic Center for Natural Sciences of the University of Latvia. The aim of the conference is to create a common understanding of the geospatial information technology sector in Latvia, its challenges and development trends. This kind of conference in Latvia has not taken place for several years. Different area- specific themes and issues have been touched on a number of occasions during events organized by […]

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News from EUROGI Members – LISA: LISA and GI Norden Conference, October 12, 2017

LISA organisation of GI in Iceland and GI Norden are organising a conference in Iceland on 12th of October 2017. The venue is Grand Hotel Reykjavík The objective of the conference is knowledge sharing/best practises on emergencies and to encourage the exchange of experience and information on successful examples of management and assessment of hazard, risk and climate changes. The main focus of the conference will be Environmental Risk Assessment; Flooding, monitoring and analysis; Climate Change; Environmental policy; Security and Public […]

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News from EUROGI Members – IRLOGI: 2017 Webinar Series

IRLOGI has started with lunchtime webinar series in June. Webinars are going to be held every second Wednesday in month at 13:00 (Irish time). First one was with the title “Drones – State of Play, Trends and Geographic Information”. For more information please visit the web page. Next webinar is planned for 12 July.

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EARSC competition “European EO Product of the Year”

Following the great success of the EARSC EO Company of the year award, we decided in 2016 to launch a new award for the EO Product of the year. This attracted strong competition with the final award winner being “Rocket in your Pocket” by Jeobrowser. The award is open again for 2017 and you are invited to submit your entry which this year will focus on products supporting the SDGs. EARSC European EO product award for 2017 will recognise a […]

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