European Commission and EU Agencies geospatial requirements workshop
July 6 @ 1:30 pm - July 7 @ 12:00 pm CEST
The geospatial data EuroGeographics provides to the European Commission and Agencies are based on the information from the National Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registry Agencies of Europe, the only existing authoritative pan-European datasets … They are used in many services and for a variety of usage: for example the maps of ECDC showing the evolution of COVID or the NUTS I,II and III boundaries.
This workshop aims to understand the growing needs of the various European Commission users in order to help EuroGeographics and its members to prioritise the evolution of our datasets.
This virtual workshop is by invitation only, and the intended audience is users of geospatial data in the various European Commission and EU Agencies. Please register your interest in participating in the workshop. Agenda, event details and connection information will be sent together with the confirmation of your registration.
The workshop will be a half day event, it will run on the afternoon 6th July and will be repeated on the morning of the 7th of July. Please choose your preferred date on the registration form, or choose the option that’s says you are available for either date. This will allow us to balance the number of delegates at each workshop, or indeed see if we only need to run one event.
By completing the registration form, you are expressing your interest in attending this event.
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