geoSDI geoSDI is a research group of the Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis of the National Council of Research (CNR IMAA), which designs, manufactures and distributes geospatial web-based software systems, using an open source approach.
geoSDI is also configured as a consultant for businesses, professionals and government agencies operating in the fields of environmental management and planning, health and safety, logistics, monitoring and fleet tracking, management of complex infrastructure systems.
The geo-referencing of information has always been a basic element for planningand management of resources and often this process puts various subjects around the same table in order to contribute, each in their skills and their missions, an immersive common or otherwise taking advantage of the collaboration and cooperation between individuals.
geoSDI born precisely to make it easy, intuitive and immediate technological process between many actors, whether public or private, collaboration and exchange of geospatial data and information to collaborate and cooperate in theproper and efficient management of what is happening on the ground and in management of resources it provides trying, wherever possible, to predict events and to mitigate, manage or otherwise to know what happens.
Born into a multisectoral and multidisciplinary environment, which is that of the National Research Council on behalf of the National Civil Protection System is now useful and valid economic points of use in emergency situations but also not really planning, management and efficiency in the use of fewer resources available.
Its genesis comes from a thorough study done on the state of the art techniques and technologies in the field of ICT and the interoperability of information.
geoSDI is going to be a spinoff of the National Research Council, authorized by the President of CNR in August the 5th, 2011.
geoSDI works in the creation and distribution of the best geospatial web-based software systems, using an open source approach.
The geoSDI offer can be used by businesses, professionals and government agencies operating in the fields of environmental management and planning, health and safety, logistics, monitoring and fleet tracking, management of complex infrastructure systems.
The products developed by the geoSDI team were tested in relevant application experiences conducted in partnership with: