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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
At the 32nd General Board meeting EUROGI Members have elected Henning Sten Hansen as EUROGI President for the term 2017-19. He is starting his second term as EUROGI President.
EUROGI welcomes new member from industry, Geograma from Spain.
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…
‘Latest Copernicus launch will improve services for farmers, fishermen and other users of land and sea maps’
The latest Copernicus satellite (Sentinel-2B) was successfully launched on 7 March at 2:49 CET from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana. It joins Sentinel-2A, which has been in orbit since 23 June 2015. More…
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 […]
Last November IRLOGI has published a call for International Outreach Programme. Deadline is 31 March 2017. For more information please visit website…
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.