Our customers say
The Spatial Data Infrastructure of the Municipality has been implemented with free and open source tools successfully developed by GET and it is an open governance proof as well as an essential infrastructure for a modern smart city.
While implementing our Strategic Planning, we found a valuable partner with a high degree of empathy and professionalism! We interconnected the data from all the Administrative Units and all the General Directorates of the Region, with open source data and always in accordance with the provisions of the European directive INSPIRE. We found that the GET team, in addition to high know-how and training, has something even more important: a sense of responsibility and cooperation. They are now considered to be our companions, always supporters of the effort, at every level, without the slightest communication, technical or time lag. Together we managed to take the Region of Crete one step further, with the registration of GIS Crete in the innovation department of the Ministry of Interior. We honor the trust and responsibility they have shown all this time and we now consider them part of our own ‘team’.
The Geo-Informatics map of Regulatory Authority of Energy is the first successful project regarding geospatial information disposal to every professional, compatible to the INSPIRE Directive requirements. Free and Open Source Software GET SDI Portal platform which is used, has been the solution for many relative project in Public Governance sector.
Open Data Portal and Spatial Data Infrastructure of our Municipality is a tool for democracy and transparency based on free and open source tools developed by GET, contributing to informatics management policy for citizens and professionals.
GET contributed effectively to the development of geo-informatics contemporary solution for the Municipal Enterprise of Water and Sewage of Komotini, connecting the current isolated information nodes into a unify management and monitoring environment. Critical decision making related to the operation of strategic planning of our Enterprise is implemented now with the use of the most modern and interactive tools in real time having as a purpose resources saving and customer support.
GET is a valuable partner of Dafni Network of Sustainable Greek Islands in order to support it for he development of projects and sustainable development policies for Greek Islands. Scientific and technical competence of GET’s team contributes to deal with demanding geospatial issues, moreover the SDI of Dafni Network is a very important tool foe decision making support as well as for Greek island areas complex environment management.
Farmasense is an innovative platform for agricultural decisions support (ArgiDSS), in order to guide the farmer and assist decision making for imports optimization. This global solution could not have been realized without GET’s necessary modern geospatial tools.
Dipylon cooperated with GET for the development of an integrated infrastructure for geospatial data management in order to digitally map monumental repository in Athens. The requirements, regarding the design as well as the implementation, were complex and GET fully responded to these particular requirements of this effort
The last 3 years there is systematic cooperation with GET in order to reconstruct, maintain and expand GIS of the city. Starting from urban planning cases, we have now the asset to manage more complex issues regarding Municipality of Chalandri future. GET’s contribution in department’s works as well as in designing new tools concerning Chalandri city’s next day, permits us to have in our screens a multi-tool which provides reliable information and it is open to everyone, one of the few cases where the meaning of new technology, except for everything else, meets the essence of democracy.
The Environmental Observatory of the Municipality of Agrinio, which is implemented by GET, is an innovative project in Greece with a dual benefit, as it will strengthen the administrative capacity of the Municipality in matters related to the environment but also will disseminate environmental information to the public in order to strengthen its knowledge, participation in public life and codecision procedures.
GET has successfully completed the creation of a spatial database commissioned by the Palaeo-Science and History research team at the Max Planck Institute for Human History. This database hosted geospatial, budgetary, demographic and nomenclature data that had been indexed by Ottoman settlements and Venetian censuses and cadasters of Greece. The design of its architecture has been innovative and exemplary for the method of recording and statistical analysis of data from such primary historical sources.
GET provides up-to-date combinational geospatial tools and spatial data contributing to the fast and documented business decision making.