Geograma collaborates with the Instituto Hidrográfico de la Marina (IHM) to improve the management of its geographic data.
Often, when we think of geographic information, we overlook how fundamental the data from our seas and oceans are.. Organisations such as the Instituto Hidrográfico de la Marina (IHM) are constantly working to ensure that these are always optimal and useful. To achieve this, we have worked closely with them. We discuss all of this […]
The concept of quality is something we all think we understand, but often fail to define exactly. The same thing happens with spatial data. For this reason, from Geograma we leave you this article in which we clarify it, as well as we emphasize the main aspects involved when generating geographic information with high quality […]
By now, it is clear that without data there can be no social progress. The EU is very clear about this, and for this reason it is constantly carrying out initiatives to find new ways of progressing as a society with data as the basis for everything. One of them is the carrying out of […]
In the data ecosystem, the more, higher quality, useful, up-to-date and reliable data, the better. This is not possible without mechanisms to facilitate their exchange, regardless of their origin and other differentiating factors. To promote this situation, the European Union is working on the creation of various common data spaces for different professional environments. Let’s […]
The European Environment Agency (EEA) and the European Environment Information and Observation Network (EIONET) have just published their strategy for 2021-2030. We analyze its most relevant points, in which data, including geographical ones, are protagonists.