The environmental counter is a service of the Flemish Government. Geosparc provides front-end development and contributes to card components based on Open Source software.
Ktunaxa Referral Management System
A classic example of an integrated business solution combing document management, GIS, workflows and reporting was realised for the Ktunaxa Nation Council (Canada). The system improves the process for managing referrals (requests for buildings, mining, fishing, etc.) between the province and the Ktunaxa.
Flanders has many small & medium sized businesses (SMBs). Until recent, there was no public map available with the exact location of all these SMBs. Our Web GIS technology has made it possible for the Flemish e-government unit to map and analyse all SMEs.
This e-government application automates the process to request and handle building permits and is used by citizens, professionals and the public authorities. Geosparc professional services and web GIS technology are used for realising the powerful web front-end .
The DOV Explorer is an INSPIRE application for discovering soil and sub-soil data in the region of Flanders, Belgium. The DOV Explorer is based on Geomajas technology Learn more about the DOV Explorer on this public web site.
Department of Agriculture
Every year, the Agriculture and Fisheries agency of the Flemish Government receives reports from over 30.000 Flemish farmers on the use and the location of their farmland. With our Web GIS solution, the Flemish Government has now developed a virtual counter which enables farmers to submit their reports online.
ESA Landsat 8 Portal
The ESA Landsat 8 Web Portal allows users to browse and request very actual Landsat 8 satellite imagery. Geosparc web GIS technology is used to realise this user friendly web solution.
Australia often gets hit by natural disasters (bush fires, tropical storms, etc.). The NDRRA program provides funds to help authorities to repair damages. Geosparc and its Australian partner offer a SAAS solution to streamline the claim handling process. Both local government officials, field workers and contractors benefit from the system.
Soil heroes - geo gamification app
2015 was the year of the Soils. To raise public awareness on the importance of our soil and its useful organisms (the soil heroes), the Flemish government (www.lne.be) has developed a fun interactive map application. Geosparc engineers built this application using open source software and modern web technology.