A 6-step process
Proven methodology and expertise.
Organizational analysis of GIS data, update processes and diffusion methods
2. Launch & installation
Definition of entry modes, content of the metadata and download of the Windows service
3. Scan & Inventory
Creation of entry points, formats selection and synchronisation of the scan
4. Reference & Catalog the data
Import and input of geodata, creation of associated services and building of catalogs
5. Adding value to the data
Publication of catalogs, compatibility with the INSPIRE directive and specific developments on our API
6. Maintenance & Security
Continuous updates of our platforms with new features
Our Clients add value to our platform in their collaborative projects, geocatalogues, Spatial Data Infrastructures, and more...
Conseil Général de la Mayenne (Mayenne's General Council)
Isogeo set up a departemental platform of geodata in Mayenne.
This geographical data infrastructure has multiple goals:
- Increase the value of the geodata produced by the department's players, especially in the context of Open Data.
- Promote, exchange and distribute both metadata and geodata in compliance with the INSPIRE Directive.
Isogeo set up the Geocatalogue tab of the departmental platform by offering all its players (EPCI –Intercommunal Cooperation Public Bodies–, public entities, associations, private companies, etc.) a cataloguing service that allows them to contribute their own data and services to the departmental Geocatalogue.
Thanks to the Isogeo Platform, Mayenne's General Council was able to set up a network geomatics players in Mayenne while respecting the principle of subsidiarity of the INSPIRE Directive.
Niort Urban Community and City
In partnership with integrator Memoris, Isogeo worked on the implementation of a GIS and CAD/CAM data web catalogue available to officers of local authorities, partners and the general public.
The aims are:
- to meet a very high internal demand from the GIS service and users: on the one hand, users need to have a better knowledge of the existing and available data; on the other hand, it is crucial for the GIS service to control the data production process and to make the access to the dataset easier.
- to meet a growing external demand from public partners' contractors in the framework of the Pégase regional platform, and from the general public through Open Data.
- to comply with the INSPIRE Directive
- to start an Open Data initiative
This new service will be integrated into the GIS of the local authorities and thus will allow the users to consult on ArcGis Desktop the catalogue and metadata managed with Isogeo.
Conseil Général de l’Orne (Orne's General Council)
In collaboration with 8 of its partners, the General Council set up a departmental catalogue fully managed under the Isogeo solution.
This shared catalogue, which is supplied with data by all the partners thanks to Isogeo's SHARE module, will offer any Internet user maximum visibility of the public data available on the Orne territory.
Communauté d’Agglomération du Grand Dijon (Urban community)
The Urban community chose Isogeo. It can now manage it geodata catalog, associate web services to it (viewing, downloading) and be comptabible with the INSPIRE Directive.
Isogeo supported the urban community in the implementation of this new service, which is integrated into the Grand Dijon's GIS.
Isogeo is intended for the urban community’s officers (via their intranet) and to users of the GéoBourgogne regional platform, which is directly supplied with data through the CSW harvesting.
Conseil Général de la Moselle (Moselle's General Council)
Isogeo guided the General Council "Moselle" to implement new services on the regional platform Moselle Info Géo and also an Open Data portal.
The Moselle's General Council is a subscriber of the Isogeo platform, which provides it with a workspace that allows it to manage its geodata catalogue, associate web services (viewing and downloading) to them and comply with the INSPIRE Directive.
Isogeo supported the General Council in the implementation of this new service, which is available on the Moselle Info Géo departmental platform. The service is intended for the department's officers, territorial partners (Moselle's Intercommunal Cooperation Public Bodies) and the general public via an ergonomic and user-friendly interface.
Thanks to the Isogeo API, the catalogue and data are also exploited within the Moselle Open Data portal, developed by Isogeo.
Loiret General Council
Linked to the innovation pole, the DIS team manage the geodata, but also numerous projects that concern the value of the geodata: European Open Data, environmental studies, geomatics network animation on its territory, etc.
After an attempt with Geosource (the French Geonetwork), the team chose Isogeo to make an inventory of and diffuse its geodata on GéoLoiret.com: a precious time saved to settle a network of data mutualization and exchange with other organisms on the same territory. The next project is an Open Data platform.
SIDEC du Jura (Intermunicipal Waste Management Service)
The Jura’s SIDEC (Intermunicipal Waste Management Service of French department Jura) is subscribed to the Isogeo platform, which allows it to manage its geodata catalogue, associate web services (viewing and downloading) to them and comply with the INSPIRE Directive.
Isogeo supported the Jura’s SIDEC in the implementation of this new service, which will soon be integrated into the GéoJura departmental platform. Isogeo is intended for the SIDEC’s officers and for member bodies via an ergonomic and user-friendly interface.
Lorient Urban Area
The urban area of Lorient and town planning agency Audélor requested Isogeo to set up a Geocatalogue.
After analysing the dataset, the project allowed to develop a unique interface giving real access to all the geodata and GIS services used. This new service is available to officers of Lorient Agglomération (Lorient’s urban area), Audélor (town planning agency) and member municipalities. Thanks to CSW harvesting, the catalogue is also available on the GeoBretagne platform. A version for the general public is in preparation as a part of an Open Data project.
The portal has the following features:
- Cartographic search engine
- ActiGis embedded viewer
- Link to internal GIS
- Link to "Route Planner" application
- PDF map download