Pessl Instruments is one of the nine EUXDAT consortium members. We provide an agriculture eco system with agriculture sensor monitoring in the area of weather sensing (rainfall, temperature, relative humidity, soil temperature, soil moisture etc.), disease predicting models, insect migration monitoring tools, soil nutrition and water management – http://metos.at/home/. Our devices are used mainly for […]

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Cloud or Cloud Computing are terms that have been spread out widely on the IT world these last years, but they can be quite confusing for most people and even for enlightened IT engineer giving a clear definition is not that easy. Simply put, cloud computing delivers services over Internet, with a pay-as-you-use pricing model. […]

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We are pleased to invite to the third year of the INSPIRE Hackathon that is organised in the frame of the INSPIRE Conference 2018, 18-21 September 2018 in Antwerp, Belgium. Registration is open. Create your own team or join an existing one and start working on your hackathon projects. The finale of the hackathon will […]

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Plan4all and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) in cooperation with the DataBio, NextGEOSS, PoliVisu and EUXDAT projects cordially invite you to the next satellite INSPIRE hackathon that will take place during the OGC Technical Committee meeting in Orléans (France) on 22nd March 2018. More details at http://www.plan4all.eu/orleans-ogc-inspire-hackathon-2018/.

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This is the EUXDAT blog which is intended to provide you with information about the e-infrastructure progress and developments. The blog is open to any other contributions from outside the consortium dealing with similar issues. THe blog will be used during hackathons and other events when developers will be pitching their projects and inform about […]

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