This week the Defence Geospatial Intelligence Conference is being held at QEII Conference Centre in London.
T-Kartor were there with a presentation entitled:
Innovative Foundation GEOINT Services for efficiency, rapid and flexible response, and empowered users
T-Kartor together with the Harris Team has recently been awarded the world’s largest geospatial services contract for production and maintenance of a significant part of the US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s GEOINT information– termed “Foundation GEOINT Content Management (FGCM)” – imaginatively applying and integrating Harris’ and T-Kartor’s innovation in advanced geospatial exploitation capabilities and data centric approach.
The joint presentation will describe our strength and approach to FGCM, and outline how our innovative, well developed and constantly evolving services have been and will be successfully applied to transform the GEOINT tradecraft in a cost efficient manner.
T-Kartor is a small business with core expertise in content management, seamless database driven cartography, multiple outputs on demand and online services. Harris is a company with a presence worldwide and 14,000 employees with core expertise in geospatial exploitation, systems engineering, mission-critical networks and communications.
In October 2014 T-MAPY who are part of T-Kartor Group completed the acquisition of Slovakian company GISTA Ltd. GISTA are a progressive organisation specialising in the development of open source GIS solutions for public and private sectors, their services are used by a number of local public administration agencies and they will continue to operate under their original trade name. The combination of years of knowledge and experience of the Slovak market from both T-MAPY and GISTA is an important development in the field of GIS.
Commercial director of GISTA Rastislav Mi?aník said “We discussed options with a number of successful companies but our criteria and requirements could only be met by T-MAPY and we look forward to expanding our services to existing and future customers”. Monica Geregová from T-MAPY’s sales office in Slovakia explained that the combination of the two companies is an excellent starting point for further technological innovation and trade. She added “our Czech customers are especially aware that we can provide complex and highly specialised software solutions along with high-quality maps and we now want use our years of experience for the same purposes in Slovakia”.
GISTA is among the most important suppliers of Geographic Information Systems for government bodies in Slovakia. T-MAPY is one of the largest geo-information companies in the Czech Republic and also part of the international T-Kartor Group of companies established in Sweden in 1985. Both organisations are now looking to focus the alignment of sales and marketing activities and corporate communication with customers and business partners.
Further information in Czech can be found here
Further information in Slovak can be found here