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Press Releases from HINTE GmbH (8 total)

INTERGEO 2011 – Round Table: Galileo indispensable to pioneering application a …

Karlsruhe, 10 June 2011. Experts attending the INTERGEO Round Table in Karlsruhe, Germany, made it infinitely clear that the European satellite programme Galileo is essential. The unanimous conclusion was that Europe must be independent of other referencing systems such as America's GPS and Russia's GLONASS if it is to safeguard its future as a hub for research and business. The patron of INTERGEO, DVW e.V. – the German Society for

INTERGEO 2011 - Conference opens with new format for the open data community

Karlsruhe, 4 May 2011. The number of members currently stands at 389,302. And it's not just the number of mappers that is increasing. The importance of the global OpenStreetMap (OSM) community is also rising steadily. The OSM project is therefore enjoying heightened interest at INTERGEO, which will be held in Nuremberg from 27 to 29 September 2011, and is the topic of the first ever INTERGEO BarCamp. The broad-based and

Natural disaster in Japan emphasises need for international networking among geo …

In future, new satellites will support international disaster relief with faster and optimised image data Karlsruhe, 29 March 2011. When the Earth shook with a magnitude of 9.0 off the coast of Japan on Friday, 11 March, Olaf Kranz and his team at the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen had to react quickly. “In close cooperation with the International Charter 'Space and Major Disasters' and the Japan Aerospace Exploration

INTERGEO 2011: Geo is the key

Karlsruhe, 28 February 2011. Last year's INTERGEO sent out clear growth signals and encouraged exhibitors and visitors alike to look forward to the next event from 27 – 29 September 2011 in Nuremberg. INTERGEO 2011 will showcase trends and developments that emerged last year. “From 3D developments to satellite applications, the number of increasingly complex systems and solutions is growing all the time, the range of offerings is becoming broader

Detailed final report INTERGEO 2010

Clear growth signals from the trade fair: “Business is better than was predicted a year ago” Karlsruhe/Cologne, 10 November 2010. Dr. Hartmut Rosengarten gave a concise summary of the three days of INTERGEO in Cologne: Whereas the focus in 2009 was on “Geo is in”, the talk among industry representatives this year was of “Geo is interconnecting”. The Chairman of the INTERGEO Exhibitor Advisory Board also emphasised that geodata is a

Arbeitsschutz Aktuell - Safety and Health - Final report: Paradigm shift in occu …

Proactive instead of preventive Prevention forum discusses current state of play and the future Leipzig/Karlsruhe, 26 October 2010. Arbeitsschutz Aktuell - Safety and Health 2010 at Leipziger Messe (Leipzig Trade Fair) attracted around 11,000 visitors. 1,200 conference participants used the prevention forum, which drew to a close on Thursday after three days, to compare notes and exchange ideas. "The paradigm shift in occupational safety has become a reality for those involved in

Global Citizen Award winner 2010 Jack Dangermond at INTERGEO in Cologne

Can GIS on the Internet help to resolve the most pressing problems facing the Earth? That and others were the questions that ESRI President Jack Dangermond discussed at INTERGEO 2010 in Cologne. Climate change, environmental damage, the vulnerable biodiversity of the blue planet, the protection of ecosystems, clean energy sources and cities that are good places to live – according to the Californian boss of the world’s largest GIS software developer, ESRI,

INTERGEO East 2010 – international industry forum on the Bosphorus / Now being …

Karlsruhe/Istanbul, 20 January 2010. INTERGEO East is being held in the Turkish capital Istanbul for the first time in 2010. The previously announced dates of 5 to 7 May have been changed and the sixth Trade Fair and Conference for Land Management, Geoinformation, Building Industry and Environment is now taking place from 19 to 21 May 2010 – in both Europe and Asia. For three days, the city spanning two