Monthly Archives: June 2016

INSPIRE validation on the right track

Wow, the time really flies: it’s been over 1.5 years since my last post about the INSPIRE validation and conformance testing in December 2014! Since then the INSPIRE MIG subgroup MIWP-5 has worked hard to get the Abstract Test Suites for INSPIRE Network Services defined and the requirements listed for the commonly agreed INSPIRE validator… Read more »

Helsinki Region Transport hackathon’s winning project targets special needs group

Helsinki Region Transport (HSL) has recently organized a hackathon for further improving their Journey Planner. The hackathon featured 9 teams with very different approaches to solving the given task. The winning project targets customers from different special needs groups (e.g. visually impaired), as well as children and the elderly. The hackathon was supported by HSL’s partners:… Read more »

Who Are We? – Part X: Fabio Bittencourt

1.) Name, title, how long have you worked at Spatineo? My name is Fabio Bittencourt and I am the Sales Manager for Southern Europe & UK. I have started at Spatineo in March 2016. 2.) What do you do at Spatineo in practice? Tell us about your typical work day! I am responsible for business… Read more »

Water Map Popularity in Finland Proved the Importance of Public Maps’ Performance Testing

Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) has recently launched a very handy map of water quality in Finland, which allows anyone to check the ecological status of Finnish lakes and rivers.  After a news article featuring the online water map was published at the very popular news website YLE, the Finnish Broadcasting Company on 1st of May 2016,… Read more »