INSPIRE is based on the infrastructures for spatial information established and operated by the 28 Member States of the European Union. The Directive addresses 34 spatial data themes needed for environmental applications, with key components specified through technical implementing rules.
To realize the directive the standards defined by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) are used or implemented. The standardizations pursue the aim of interoperability, that also implies the seemless cooperation between different systems, techniques and organisations.
The standardizations of OGC describe numerous space-related web services, e.g.
The geodata web services are published by a mapserver. There are a lot of propietary or free mapserver software, e.g. GeoServer or MapServer. A comparision of broad range of mapservers has been published on Wikipedia.
We support and consult you in the conception, creation and publication of your spatial information, your geodata including mapserver solutions and corresponding infrastructure.
We are focusing on software solutions build with Open Source libraries.
The definition of processing workflows and models related to GIS and geodata is a logical step towards an automatisation and
INSPIRE is based on the infrastructures for spatial information established and operated by the 28 Member States of the European
The currently available desktop GIS software (open source as well as propietary) offer numerous functions for processing of geoinformation. The
Basically, a so called WebGIS is a geographic information system running on a web browser. A WebGIS application can be
Geodatabases are very suitable for the storage of a large amount of data or high data volumes related to geospatial
The VisDat geodatentechnologie GmbH offers services covering conception, design and development of software related to geoinformatics, geographical information systems (GIS)