User interfaces and integrated GIS solutions
To develop innovative service solution for various purposes and for varying user groups is in the core of the research work of this group.
The objective of the oGIIR infrastructure is to establish user oriented and open-access structure to support the entire Finnish scientific research community with spatial data and analysis services and facilitating their research use in all disciplines.
The goal of the project is create new methods for the management and visualisation of 3D geospatial information.
National DEM represents the Earth’s surface forms as a regular mesh of height points and it is part of the national basic spatial data sets.
In the project RDA-Array DB, we will evaluate two array database management systems (DBMSs) using national geospatial data. The aim is also to demonstrate, how those systems store and retrieve multidimensional geospatial information, and how they carry out simple geospatial analysis tasks.
Computing is rapidly developing to be distributed over the internet.
In the project the research was done for delivering spatial data from the national topographic databases through network connections to mobile users.
In the project new possibilities for creating map-based leisure services for outdoor activities are investigated.
The aim of the MMEA research consortium is to develop new tools, standards and methods for environmental measurement.
The aim of this Tekes- project is to carry out research on the utilization of multipublishing for the purpose of outdoor activities.
LuHaGeoIT project aims to contribute to a more open flow of information on climate change research.
The Quick-GC project has two main objectives.
The aim of the research in this project is to set up pilot services for coordinate system transformations, schema transformations and generalization to test these functionalities in the context of the national SDI.
The aim of the project is to advance the development of the SDI on the national and on the international level.
The harmonisation of data models will be needed to increase the usability of topographic data collected in municipalities.
We investigate in the project new ways to use the laser scanning elevation data.
Recently ontology research has provided a formal approach for improving the semantic interoperability.