Geoinformatics Projects

2014 2013
AGROCLIMA - "Water resources management of coastal agricultural environments - Resilience of climate change impacts"

The AGROCLIMA research project investigates the consequences of climate change on coastal agricultural zones (e.g. river deltas), which form the most wealth-producing but vulnerable ecosystems.

Customer: General Secretariat of Research and Technology (GSRT), Greece

Partners: Technological Technical Institute of Larissa , Land Reclamation Institute , METRICA- S.A. Greece , National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Provision of Supporting Services for the Completion of the SYDLI’s Subtasks in the Project "SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES ΤΟ SAFEGUARDING DRINKING WATER"

The project aims to highlight the rich aquifer systems in the area of cooperation and to seek state-of-the-art methods for their protection. The main benefit of the implementation of the programme is the rehabilitation of contaminated groundwater and of the natural environment, optimizing the monitoring network of water basin and the optimal management of water resources. 


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Research projects

  • GEOKLIMA - "Design and Development of a climate G.I.S." (2011)

    The project “Geoclimate” aims at developing an integrated Geographic Information System which will have the potential for management, analysis, modelling and visualization of the information that is related directly or indirectly with the climate of Greece, the factors that determine its time evolution from the past to present as well as the projections in the near future.

  • EDHE - "Hellenic Network of Solar Energy” (2011)

    The project  aimed to design and develop an integrated system for real time monitoring of the available solar potential in Greece, to produce detailed solar energy maps and to predict solar energy in short term periods. 

  • CASSANDRA - "A multivariate platform for assessing the impact of strategic decisions in electrical power systems" (2012)

     Project CASSANDRA aims to build a platform for the realistic modeling of the energy market stakeholders, also involving small-scale consumers. CASSANDRA will not provide another tool for visualization. Rather, it will provide users with the ability to test and benchmark working scenarios that can affect system operation and company/environmental policies at different levels of abstraction, starting from a basic level (single consumer) and shifting up to large consumer areas (i.e. a city).