Biodiversity

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Mapping and geospatial data analysis

Geographical Information Systems are complex software applications that can help conservationists catalogue national parks and other protected ecosystems by monitoring populations of endangered maritime or terrestrial species and protected areas, indicating potential hotspots where intervention is needed or by revealing the economic benefits in the context of tourism-based economic development strategies.

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Services

Explore protected areas using maps and data

End-to-end solutions to collect, analyze and disseminate biodiversity data in a standardized and harmonized form to monitor and assess the distribution and conservation of species and habitats.

Our integrated solution includes:

  • geospatial database that ensures interoperability and compatibility in structure and format with the Integrated Management and Awareness System in Romania of the Natura 2000 Network (SINCRON);

  • mobile application for field data collection;

  • WEBGIS application for viewing and exploring data related to biodiversity;

  • application for assessing the conservation state of habitats and species;

  • the transformation of geospatial data sets according to the legal provisions in force and the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive requirements for the following themes: Protected Areas, Biogeographical Regions, Habitats and Biotopes and Distribution of Species;

  • creation of services facilitated by the INSPIRE network – search implementation, visualization and download services for vector data;

  • testing and validating the compatibility of data and services according to INSPIRE requirements through the INSPIRE validator.

Explore protected areas using maps and data

End-to-end solutions to collect, analyze and disseminate biodiversity data in a standardized and harmonized form to monitor and assess the distribution and conservation of species and habitats.

Our integrated solution includes:

  • geospatial database that ensures interoperability and compatibility in structure and format with the Integrated Management and Awareness System in Romania of the Natura 2000 Network (SINCRON);

  • mobile application for field data collection;

  • WEBGIS application for viewing and exploring data related to biodiversity;

  • application for assessing the conservation state of habitats and species;

  • the transformation of geospatial data sets according to the legal provisions in force and the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive requirements for the following themes: Protected Areas, Biogeographical Regions, Habitats and Biotopes and Distribution of Species;

  • creation of services facilitated by the INSPIRE network – search implementation, visualization and download services for vector data;

  • testing and validating the compatibility of data and servicesaccording to INSPIRE requirements through the INSPIRE validator.

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