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  • GeoE3 publishes the first Data Integration Platform, connecting national, regional, and cross-border digital services
    GeoE3 has published the first data integration platform demonstrating how vital connections between existing and emerging national, regional, and cross-border digital services can be made. With the newly launched platform, GeoE3 shows how meaningful analysis and visualization in national and cross-border contexts can be simplified for ease of use. The GeoE3 is a project co-financed […]
  • GEOE3 interoperability map
    The national mapping and cadastral authorities have provided maps for several hundred years. However, an interoperability map is a new kind of map and a key factor in making the digital transformation possible. Between different public administrations (and particularly different domains) small differences in semantic structures may result in difficulties sharing data or loss of […]
  • GeoE3 access to FKB building from Norway
    GEOE3 has progressed with the use of ‘OGC API – Processes‘ on the GeoE3 integration platform for generating 3D models from 2.5D data applying DTM and DSM – and the results are quite impressive.In the context of access to FKB Building for Norway, it is necessary to understand how the services need to be set […]
  • GEOE3 at the XII Iberian Conference on Spatial Data Infrastructures
    The XII Iberian Conference on Spatial Data Infrastructures  (JIIDE, in Spanish acronyms) was held virtually from 15 to 19 November, 2021. Held annually, these workshops are a collaboration between the Direção-Geral do Território de Portugal , the Govern d’Andorra, and the Spanish National Center of Geographic Information. The objective of the workshop is to raise awareness of the state of development of interoperable […]
  • Standardisation and minimum interoperability
    Standardisation and minimum interoperability OASC objectives include a definition of the MIM from different perspectives as the best balance between general-purpose interoperability and municipalities’ needs. minimum implementations can mean different things, but the model shall be simple while not general-purpose kv database, inclusive, and open for specializations and extensions both in domain-specific, technical, and social […]

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