Sinergise actively participated in the European Space Expo, that visited Ljubljana from 6 - 15 March 2015 (Kongresni trg).
The Expo presented key information on the European space programmes - from satellite navigation (Galileo and EGNOS) to Earth observation (Copernicus) in an engaging and entertaining way. Highlights include the 'OmniGlobe' - an interactive hologram of the earth's atmosphere, an impressive model of the 'Galileo' satellite and lots more...
At Sinergise we have designed and implemented a community-based Knowledge Hub for Good Landscape Practice as part of the HERCULES project (“Sustainable futures for Europe’s HERitage in CULtural landscapES”).
At Sinergise we have developed a field data collection tool for mobile devices. This enables you to collect field data or conduct field surveys easier than ever before.
System includes advanced GIS tools which allow for quick and efficient capturing, editing or displaying of geographic information. It is a cloud based application which further simplifies data collection and most importantly, ensures the highest quality of results.
We have established a subsidiary in Serbia, which will focus to solutions for agriculture.
More information about CleverFarm, please visit:
Dvorac Fantast, Bačkotopolski put
Republic of Moldova has recently signed an association agreement with European Union. To support their needs in land administration and agriculture fields, we have established a subsidiary, Laboratory for geographical information systems s.r.l, lead by Honorary Consul General of Republic of Slovenia, Leonard Gorceac.
One of the latest developments at Sinergise has been the introduction of a web-browser-based 3D viewer of Slovenia.
Sinergise has been awarded the project "Development of MOLDLIS – a Real Property Information System for Moldova", funded by Norwegian Mapping Authority, to be used by Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre of the Republic of Moldova and by its State Enterprise CADASTRU.
The project, led by Sinergise, involves four partners:
Based on the real-estate tax Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia manages information about land coverage for lands under public infrastructure. Data is managed by authorities, competent for individual infrastructure.
These authorities will provide data through special web application. All the data is managed through graphical layers under infrastructural buildings. These layers are fundamental for assigning land cover procentage under infrastructure buildings. In the applications there are 4 different graphical layers: