Posts Tagged: monitor

Nurmijärvi Municipality started using Spatineo Monitor to assure the quality of their spatial web services

New organisation that started using Spatineo Monitor in the beginning of 2018 is the Nurmijärvi Municipality from Finland. Nurmijärvi Municipality’s central spatial data sets, such as city plan, guide map, aerial photographs and topographic maps are available through WMS and WFS services both for the city’s own administrative use and for external customers. Therefore, monitoring… Read more »

Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities (Kuntaliitto) invested in Spatineo Monitor

Kuntaliitto is the advocate for all Finnish municipalities, the Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities promotes local self-government and the modernisation of municipal services. They host Kuntatietopalvelu (KTP) which is a search service for spatial information such as city plans, buildings and addresses  produced in the technical and environmental processes of municipalities. This enables… Read more »

GDI-Südhessen acquired Spatineo Monitor with Wetransform’s INSPIRE GIS

The GDI-Südhessen is a working community in the federal state of Hessen in Germany.  GDI-Südhessen was founded as a project in 2005 and one of the the main goals has been to develop a regional SDI that enables easy sharing and availability of geospatial data beyond borders of districts. From those days GDI-Südhessen has expanded… Read more »

The Portugese Environment Agency acquiring Monitor

  The Environmental Portuguese Agency (APA) has recently joined the international community of highly satisfied users of Spatineo Monitor. APA hosts over 150 spatial web services, 40% of them being INSPIRE services. It is then crucial that APA keeps most of their services at high availability levels. Hence, having a reliable tool using a consistent… Read more »

IoT today and what to expect

The Arrow IoT Summit 2017 was held in Vantaa, Finland in May 18th. The event gathered over 600 participants to discover the status of IoT field in Finland. According to Arrow´s IoT Director Europe Andrew Bickley Fog Computing extends cloud computing and services to the edge of the network. With this, companies can save time… Read more »