CALL FOR TENDER: Data ecosystems for geospatial data – Evolution of Spatial Data Infrastructures

In the context of ELISE (European Location Interoperability Solutions for e-Government) Action of the ISA2 programme, the JRC is planning to launch a procurement aiming to investigate how Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) can evolve into data ecosystems to support the goals of digital government in Europe. The work should take into account factors such as relevant actors, their responsibilities and data value chains, emerging data sources (e.g. the Internet of Things) and technical/architectural approaches (e.g. digital platforms, mobile-by-default, Application Programming Interfaces). It should […]

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EUROGI towards New Challenges and Visions

In the beginning of April EUROGI celebrated its 25 year anniversary with two events. On 5 April a one day event “Horizon 2030 – Visions and Challenges in GI” has been held where where representatives of European Commission and stakeholders of our members community discussed current challenges and opportunities of the GI sector. The day after, on 6 April, 36th General Board meeting of EUROGI has been held, where seven members of EUROGI Executive Committee have been elected. Facing the […]

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“Horizon 2030 – Visions and Challenges in GI“

This spring has been passing 25 years since the establishment of EUROGI. We would like to specifically mark this with the event “Horizon 2030 – Visions and Challenges in GI“ on April 5 in Brussels, where we expect an interesting discussion of the challenges of European GI sector in the next decade from various aspects. Kindly invited! DRAFT PROGRAM and REGISTRATION

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New EUROGI Vice-President

Due to the new job position of EUROGI past Vice-President Pascal Lory, AFIGEO, France, on 1 January 2018, he was not able any more to continue representing AFIGEO in EUROGI and holding any other function within EUROGI. Therefore he stepped back as a member of EUROGI Executive Committe and EUROGI Vice-President. At last meeting of EUROGI Executive Committee on 26 January 2018 new EUROGI Vice-President has been elected: Andreas Wytzisk, DDGI, Germany. We congratulate Andreas Wytzisk for being elected. At […]

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Open European gazetteer and associated location data survey

The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC) in collaboration with Eurogeographics is undertaking a ‘Open European gazetteer and associated location data survey’ as part of the five-year European Location Interoperability Solutions for e-Government (ELISE) action, which is supported by the ISA2 programme. The results will be used to implement relevant ‘gazetteer’ solutions, starting with a pilot informed by the survey. Data user or applications developers are kindly asked to share their views on what applications and functionality would be […]

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News from EUROGI Members – IRLOGI: Invitation to Webinar “State of OpenStreetMap Ireland”

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 11th October at 14.00 CEST and will be presented by Ciaran Staunton, who will be speaking in his private capacity but is an Administrative Officer in Fingal County Council.  Ciarán will provide background information about OpenStreetMap, the state of play for Ireland and will mention an initiative to put OSM Ireland on a sound administrative footing.  He will also highlight ways in which citizens can become involved in developing OSM Ireland. Register here: […]

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News from EUROGI Members – DDGI: Copernicus at Intergeo 2017

Together with the European Commission, the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR), DDGI would like to present selected use cases of Copernicus data and information. On Wednesday (September 27th, 2017), a number of key experts will give brief talks on the use of Copernicus (in German): The DDGI as part of the Copernicus Relay Network // Dr. Andreas Müterthies, DDGI Collecting forestry data with Copernicus // Birte Klein, Landesbetrieb Wald und Holz North […]

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New European Interoperability Framework

The new European Interoperability Framework (EIF) is part of the Communication (COM(2017)134) from the European Commission adopted on 23 March 2017. The framework gives specific guidance on how to set up interoperable digital public services. More…

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Launch of new web page

New EUROGI web page is currently under construction. We are doing our best to present all relevant information as soon as possible. The launch of the new page is due in February 2017. Thank you for your patience.

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