Geospatial Hungary - News in 2008

Goal is to provide more visibility on Hungarian developments, achievements, applications and services related to spatial data infrastructure with special emphasis on the European and Global context. HUNAGI's comprehensive News, Links and Visual Resources. Keywords: SDI, GI, GIS, Earth Observation, Satellite Navigation & Positioning, Remote Sensing, Knowledge Networking. News are shared with the Hungarian Coordination Office for UN Spatial Data Infrastructure

Wednesday, 23 July 2008

Contemporary Beijing ready for the Olympic Games as seen during the ISPRS XXI Congress

Gallery at
Images of the ISPRS, ISDE events at .
In case of use, please refer the credit: HUNAGI, 2008

Monday, 21 July 2008

HUNAGI applied for grant to implement a National Geospatial Technology Platform project

The major actors: Zsolt Barkóczi, President of HUNAGI, Attila Olah of ESRI Hungary, the planned project manager and Peter Gaertner, Managing Director of the Consulting Center "Brüsszel Center". Image: HUNAGI Visuals resource, 2008

Monday, 14 July 2008

People at the XXI ISPRS Conference

Editors of the International Journal Coordinates from Delhi. Image: HUNAGI Visuals resource, 2008

Wednesday, 9 July 2008

HUNAGI intervention at the Open Discussion Forum of the ISPRS Commission IV

Details will be given here asap.

HUNAGI represented at the Editorial Board Meeting of the International Journal of Digital Earth

HUNAGI member of the Executive Committee of the Digital Earth attended the IJDE Meeting hosted by the Remote Sensing Centre and Digital Earth of the Chinese Academy of Science yesterday.
Details will follow soon.

HUNAGI presentation at the first SDI Session of the ISPRS Congress

The presented ppt is accessible here:

Thursday, 3 July 2008

ISPRS Congress started with Workshops and General Assembly today

Prof Dr. Ian Downman, of UCL, President of the ISPRS opens the General assembly. Image> HUNAGI Visual resources, 2008
Hungary was represented by the delegate of the member association, Hungarian Society of Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing (MFTTT) and its advisor, Secretary General of HUNAGI.