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INGRADA web - geographic information systems for municipalities running in an internet browser

Main Author: Softplan Slovakia s.r.o.
Description: Constantly is increasing number of cities and municipalities whichc in their workplaces use geoinformation systems running in an Internet browser. Possibility to connect to the system directly from outdoor, integration with technical information, connections to other software products as well as the scalability of the system throughout the municipality information system are only part of a number of reasons for deploying the product INGRADA web as a modern web-technology. INGRADA web provide to you access to geo-information in the environment of the Internet and Intranet. Cities, municipalities, distribution and sewerage networks and operators concerned with their planning derive benefits associated with modern, proven technologies practice.
Keywords: WEB; Portal; Slovakia; GIS; Local governoment; Municipalities; eGOV, WMS, Geodata
Number of Views: 799
Added on: 17/02/2014
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Geospatial Activities
Delivering GIS/SDI software (development, customization, etc)
Advising, educating, researching, communicating about processes, use of geo-information products
INSPIRE and SDI Related Activities
Network Services
Data and Service Sharing
Monitoring and Reporting
Standards Implemented
Output Types
Name of Customer Customer Type
Kolarovo, Slovakia Local
Kysucke Nove Mesto, Slovakia Local
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