News and Events
GIM blogs: how digital twins help us better understand the real world
Simulating the world in a virtual copy? With digital twins, it can be done. Steven Smolders, Technology Director at GIM zooms in on the applications in the world of geodata of this imaginative innovation.
Merkator Group and Sofindev join forces
Merkator Group gets a strategic partner on board and strengthens its financial base to play a leading role in its markets.
Blog: Expanding from FME Form to FME Flow? Yes, and for these 3 reasons
FME Flow, the server version of FME, represents additional efficiency and automation. Moreover, anyone can use it.
Smooth and secure plan request processing with Marlin Save Below
The new KLIP and KLIM-CICC platform from GIM and Merkator
GIM blogs: How geodata enables fibre infrastructure rollout
Five questions and answers from our daily practice on the role of geodata for fibre networks.
Seminar: The impact of High Value Datasets on your organisation (Wavre, 4 October 2023)
Best practices for collecting, managing and sharing High Value Datasets by public sector organisations.
FME Inspiration Day, 27 april in Leuven
How do I make my organisation more data-driven? Get the answer on 27 April at GIM's FME Inspiration Day.
A new branding, product positioning and pricing structure for the FME platform
GIM's FME Product Owner outlines key changes.
Press release: Merkator joins forces with GIM
The new group now becomes a leading provider of geospatial solutions, with a large customer base (500 +) in the Benelux.
Pleiades Neo: 30 cm resolution imagery for unmatched accuracy and reactivity
A breakthrough in earth observation, creating the most advanced optical constellation for commercial, institutional and governmental organisations.
Mapping informal settlements in Latin America and Asia with computer vision
GIM set up an image processing chain that uses satellite or aerial images to automatically determine the size and location of informal settlement districts in Manila (Philippines), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and in Latin America.
GeoType: a fine grained segmentation of the Belgian households
GIM and Dutch segmentation expert GeoMarktprofiel join forces
Artificial intelligence delivers unique insights into Belgian buildings
Using artificial intelligence, data scientists at GIM can identify a series of characteristics for all the buildings in Belgium, such as year of construction, roof properties and greenfield projects.