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European Data Portal runs survey on Open Data use cases

Fill-in the survey to share your story! 25 most interesting examples of Open Data re-use will be approached for an interview. The stories will be shared on the European Data Portal. More information &nbsp

Published the video “smeSpire introduces EULF”

Within the context of smeSpire exploitation activities, smeSpire has produced a video introducing EULF to the smeSpire communities in 4 steps: EULF in brief, EULF pilots, EULF & SMEs, EULF & smeSpire. Watch the video! Visit also our YouTube channel. &nbsp

EULF survey on “Energy and Location”

The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission is carrying out a survey to gain a better understanding on the use of location data in the energy field. Find the online questionnaire here: Thank you in advance for your cooperation! &nbsp

smeSpire database referred as ISA implementation in JoinUp

The use of ISA Core Vocabularies for the smeSpire database, documented here, has been referenced as implementation in the Joinup Platform.   &nbsp

Results of the survey on energy mapping

Energy density mapping at building level may enable utilities to succesfully target their energy demand management, as well as contribute to the broader objective of contributing to the sustainability of the municipalities with which they are working. In June 2014 the smeSpire survey platform published a new survey about GeoICT organisations and “energy density maps”; the survey has been implemented by the Sunshine project and the GeoSmartCity project. In one-month

The winner is…

The prize giving ceremony of the smeSpire Challenge took place in Aalborg during the INSPIRE Conference 2014. GETLOD, the joint submission of Sinergis and Planetek Italia, has been awarded the first track “Best Practices for INSPIRE”, while the open source HALE of Fraunhofer Institute has been awarded the second track “Open Source Software for INSPIRE”. Watch the photos of the event. Show slideshow &nbsp

The smeSpire training offer based on Vocational Training Curricula for INSPIRE

The smeSpire training platform contains modules which can be used by the smeSpire network members in a very flexible way, coherently with the vocational training curricula developed by smeSpire, based on a series of Job Profiles and Business Processes related to INSPIRE implementations. Access our training platform and follow the modules corresponding to the learning paths suggested by smeSpire for the three Job Profiles identified, or, alternatively, build your own

Case history of business model implementations by Geo-ICT SMEs

Two Geo-ICT SMEs of the smeSpire network, Altilia and DeltaTech, told their stories about the business models they are using to successfully sell their products and services. Look at their interviews: DeltaTech Altilia Contact us should you like to tell your story and see it published on our communication channels. &nbsp

SmeSpire Challenge 2014 Winners

The SmeSpire Consortium in collaboration with SUNSHINE, i-Scope, C-Space and eENVplus projects is proud to announce the final winners of the first edition of the smeSpire Challenge. After a long evaluation made by key experts in the fields of INSPIRE Directive and GIS sector, the most remarkable works deserving the first prize for the two available tracks are: Track 1 – Best Practices for INSPIRE:  GetLOD – Linked Open Data

smeSpire Days event gallery

Take a look to the pictures we took of the smeSpire-Day(s), organized in 12 Member States during the first months of 2014. smeSpire-Day Germany  21st of February 2014 smeSpire-Day Czech Republic 12th of March 2014 smeSpire day Italy  17th of March2014 smeSpire-Day Greece 19-20 March 2014 smeSpire day Lithuania 27th of March 2014 smeSpire-Day Bulgaria 2th of April 2014 smeSpire Day in Cyprus 4th of April 2014 smeSpire day Slovakia

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