EuroSDR is a not-for-profit organisation linking National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies with Research Institutes and Universities in Europe for the purpose of applied research in spatial data provision, management and delivery.
‘Digital natives’ refer to the generation who was born in a society with rampant digital technologies.
The 16th series of e-learning courses from EuroSDR will begin with a pre-course seminar, hosted by prof.
Dr. Filip Biljecki from TU Delft (the Netherlands) is the winner of the second EuroSDR award for the best PhD thesis related to geoinformation science.
The concept of open data is gaining momentum as open data are often associated with realizing many government ambitions, such as increased economic value and solving societal problems.