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

Friday, 12 December 2008

Pricing/charging in the PSI-reuse context - an eSDIplus Net Survey

The survey was launched among the HUNAGI SDIC members this morning. Results will be shared with ePSIplus anchor Christopher Corbin, who prepared the questionnaire and the Hungarian Federation of the eContent Industry, partner of HUNAGI. The incoming contributions are intended to be used also for the support of INSPIRE implementation.

Thursday, 11 December 2008

GRASS course and CASCDOSS Project Workshop in Szeged

HUNAGI member Compet-Terra will host the regional workshop of the CASCADOSS project together with a GRASS course lead by a visiting professor from Munich. Venue: Szeged University, Chair of Naural Geography and Geoinformatics Date: 27-30 January, 2008
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Monday, 8 December 2008

IYPE Hungarian Board Meeting

Some of the participants including Prof. Janos Haas, Dr. Károly Brezsnyánszky, Chair, Dr. János Tardy, László Szarka (Secretary) , Prof Tamás Németh, Secretary General of HAS, Prof. István Láng academician, Rudolf Czelnai academician, and the Editor-in-Chief of the Természet Világa (World of Nature).

László Kordos, Director of MÁFI, Representative of the Hungarian Museum of Nature History, Prof Ádám Kertész of the Hungarian Geographical Society, academician Prof. József Ádám and other distinguished members of the Board are around the table..

Thursday, 4 December 2008

Climatic changes and Hungary - Scientific Conference in Budapest

Venue of the meeting: the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

The morning session of the conference was  devoted to the achievements of the  project Climatic changes: Environment - Risk - Society.  The results of the research  project were published and distributed for the participants.
A publication in English on the  VAHAVA project "Climatic changes - Impacts - Responses"  project was also available