Research results in several projects. At this page you find information concerning projects Geodan has initiated. Would you like to read more about a project? Please follow 'read more'.
Natural disasters are becoming more frequent, growing more severe and affecting more people than ever before. As a result, developing the tools, processes and best practices to manage natural disasters more effectively is becoming an increasingly urgent global priority.
eEarth is an information system giving mobile, location-aware access to geo-environmental data from boreholes stored in databases of six European geological surveys.
EduGIS is a web environment which Dutch educational institutions can use for free to access geographical datasets (digital maps), a map section with basic GIS functionality and related assignments.
Geodan participates in the eWater project. eWater is an eContentPlus project and has as goal to increase the cross-border availability, accessibility and re-usability of spatial data on quality, location and use of subsurface waters.
Tripod - Automating Caption Creation
The primary objective of Tripod is to revolutionise access to the enormous body of visual media. Applying an innovative multidisciplinary approach Tripod will utilise largely untapped but vast, accurate and regularly updated sources of semantic information to create ground breaking intuitive search services, enabling users to effortlessly and accurately gain access to the image they seek from this ever expanding resource.
WebPark is a mobile information system that provides visitors of natural areas and parks with information about their surroundings using smart phones and GPS.