The INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe) Directive is an important driving force behind current developments in the field of geoinformation and national geodata infrastructure in Europe.
ArcGIS 10.1, the highly anticipated update to ArcGIS, is now available. The new release puts mapping and geospatial analytics into the hands of more people than ever—even those with no geographic information system (GIS) expertise. ArcGIS is a complete system for designing and managing solutions with geographic knowledge.
Cloud computing is on everyone's lips. And the same goes for INTERGEO, which is taking place from 9 to 11 October 2012 in Hanover, Germany.
Okręgowe Przedsiębiorstwo Geodezyjno-Kartograficzne (OPGK) a major survey firm working on road survey contracts across Poland is achieving significantly improved efficiencies using a newly developed Electronic Center for Management of Geodata (ECMG) to link remote field technicians and the central office. With ECMG a single field technician can take measurements for a proposed road from virtually anywhere in Poland and send all data wirelessly to the central office for overnight preparation of road design stakeout data to enable next day staking.
1Spatial announces the company’s participation in four of the GeoDATA events during April, May and November this year.
The INTERGEO conference and trade fair is the world’s largest event for geodesy, geoinformation and land management. From September 27th through 29th, suppliers, practitioners and researchers from all over the world gather in Nuremberg to present and discuss current technological trends and practical developments.
Public bodies and businesses both need an increasing number of high-quality networked geoinformation systems and structures, says Professor Karl-Friedrich Thöne, President of the DVW (German Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management), the host of the INTERGEO conference and trade fair being held from 27 to 29 September in Nuremberg.
Interested parties can obtain the desktop software solution from LOGIBALL. With immediate effect clients and other interested parties can obtain the desktop software solution for the Feature Manipulation Engine (FME) from LOGIBALL. The company based in Herne, Hanover and Wildau/Berlin has concluded a cooperation contract to this end with the company con terra GmbH, the European FME Service Centre.
The essence of INTERGEO can be summed up in the following statement: “We need to turn data into intelligent information and then transform this into knowledge and actions.