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GIS - Geographic Information Systems

A geographic information system is a set of personnel, hardware, software, methods and norms, aiming at collection, validation, storage, analysis and display of geo-spatial data.

In spite of its relative youth, the field of GIS reached its maturity: the use of GIS technology is no more vogue but necessity.

The information systems from this class are largely used within all applications that process geo-spatial information. Huge geo-spatial data bases, including various digital maps and remotely sensed data, are under current development and already in operational use.

GIS design and implementation

We offer you support for GIS design and implementation. Our team includes specialists with experience in applying GIS technology in public administration, urban and regional planning, environmental protection, cadastre, cultural heritage protection, historic monuments restoration, power transport and distribution, telecommunications, civil protection.


DIGITAL-SEE is a "feasibility project" belonging to e-Content programme. Its goal is to investigate the feasibility and viability of sharing geo-spatial information in South-East Europe (SEE) from a technical and commercial point of view. The project was undertaken based on the contract no. EDC-4221 Digital-SEE 29140 having 12 months duration. The project was carried out by 8 partners from 6 countries (Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey).

GISEE - "Geographic Information Systems: Technology and Market in South East Europe” is a project that belongs to the Information Society Technologies (IST) programme. Its objective was to study the actual state of the geo-spatial data infrastructures in South-East Europe. The project was undertaken within the framework of the contract no. IST-2001-37994 having a 12 months duration. The project was carried out by experts from 8 countries from the region (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Yugoslavia, Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Turkey) and two European associations (Eurogeographics and GISIG).