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Translations of the “study on the Geo-ICT sector in Europe” available

The report provides an in-depth analysis and comparison of different Geo-ICT companies in Europe and how they relate to INSPIRE. The short version of the smeSpire’s “study of Geo-ICT” is now available in the following languages:   Study on the Geo-ICT sector in Europe – Italian   Study on the Geo-ICT sector in Europe – Maltese   Study on the Geo-ICT sector in Europe – Bulgarian   Study on the Geo-ICT sector in Europe

News from Germany

smeSpire Study Report disseminated in the Esri Deutschland Group‘s “EU Newsflash”Internal dissemination of the smeSpire’s “study on the Geo-ICT sector in Europe” within the Esri Deutschland Group (comprising 7 companies, around 500 employees, 10 offices in Germany, Switzerland and Africa). Study on the Geo-ICT sector in Europe: Full report. Short version. New spatial data offer – AZ Germany-Grid INSPIRE AZ Germany-Grid INSPIRE, newly developed by AZ Direct GmbH in cooperation with WIGeoGIS

Esri European User Conference in Croatia

Hosted by GDi GISDATA LLC, Esri’s official distributor in Croatia, the EUC will give you the opportunity to learn directly from Esri staff, network with GIS colleagues from Europe, and remain current on important industry issues. Venue: Split, Croatia. Hotel Le Méridien Lav. Date: October 13-15, 2014 More information. &nbsp

Events from Lithuania

GIS for Education conference All educational institutions representatives – teachers, pupils, students, future employers, ministers and their advisors are invited to attend the conference “GIS for Education 2014″. Venue: Vilnius, Lithuania Date: October 1, 2014. More information. Lithuanian ESRI User Conference Venue: Vilnius, Lithuania Date: October 2-3, 2014 More information. &nbsp

smeSpire days in Slovakia

During April 2014, The Slovak Environmental Agency has organized 3 workshops in the context of the smeSpire days. The worksops hosted over 70 participants during three days (10,17 and 25 April) and were held in Banska Bystrica, Bratislava and the High Tatras mountains. The Workshop in the High Tatras was organized with the smeSpire Czech partner CENIA as Czech-Slovak smeSpire day. &nbsp

Slovak webpage about smeSpire project became part of INSPIRE and Environmental portal

Slovak Environmental Agency updated Slovak version of webpage about smeSpire project as part of national INSPIRE portal. An updated version is available at This webpage contains information about results of the project and information about 3 workshops – smeSpire days organized for SME’s, research institution, universities and public administration in Slovakia.   &nbsp

Altilia, the big data expert in the smeSpire network, exhibits this week at Enterprise Data World in Austin (Texas)

April 27 – May 1, 2014. AUSTIN, TEXAS. In his talk, ALTILIA Founder/CTO Massimo Ruffolo will present: “HOW TO TURN BIG DATA INTO SMART DATA AND MAKE SENSE OF IT ALL”. Tuesday, April 29, 2014 (03:00 PM). More information Join us at ENTERPRISE DATA WORLD – We’re looking forward to meet you at Booth #18. &nbsp

Are you the next European GNSS application entrepreneur?

In the European Satellite Navigation Competition 2014, two of Europe’s most relevant GNSS stakeholders, the European GNSS Agency (GSA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) are looking for your forward-thinking application based on satellite navigation: The European GNSS Agency (GSA) will award the most promising European GNSS (Galileo, EGNOS) application idea with the opportunity to realise the idea at a suitable incubation centre within the EU28 for six months. To

smeSpire day Malta 2014

The smeSpire day Malta 2014 will take place on Thursday, 24th of April 2014 at the Victoria Hotel, Sliema, Malta.  Here you can find the invitation.  Here you can find the agenda. &nbsp

Talk at the Budapest Corvinus University

As a dissemination action by the Hungarian Association for Geo-information (NGO partner in the smeSpire project), secretary-general Dr. Gabor Remetey-Fülöpp of HUNAGI delivered a lecture entitled “The role of National GI Association HUNAGI and other NGOs in the INSPIRE context” at the MSc course for Regional Environmental Management on March 31, 2014. Upon request of Prof. Dr. István Tózsa, Head of Department of Economic Geography and Futures Studies at the

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