Our customers say
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 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.