Build a geographical data infrastructure (GDI) for the efficient management and use of geodata within your organization.
A GDI contains not only a geographical database, web services and the web client from a typical WebGIS but also linked databases and applications, a geographical metadata catalog and a web portal. GIM has been involved in GDI implementation within and between organizations, on a regional, national and international scale.
The INSPIRE framework directive was issued in Europe in order to establish a European geographical data infrastructure via web services where each member state is responsible for its own infrastructure. GIM has been involved in the implementation of the INSPIRE infrastructure for Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia.
GIM has a wealth of experience in working with the harmonized INSPIRE data models and supporting data models such as the Information Model for Cables and Pipelines for KLIP, the central planning application module for Flanders. GIM is also responsible for standardizing Earth observation profiles based on OGC standards on the instructions of ESA.
Geographic data represents a wealth of information for policy makers. GIM uses it to trace out a strategic framework for geomatics in Wallonia.
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A GIM seminar in collaboration with CARTO, TomTom and Locatus
Together with its partner European Space Imaging, GIM offers a very interesting promotion on 30 cm WorldView imagery, including the newly available WorldView-4 sensor.