GMES Initial Operations: Emergency Management Service - Mapping in Rush Mode
Mapping in rush mode service: this service concerns the on-demand and fast provision of geo-spatial information in support to emergency management activities immediately following an emergency event. The service provision is based on the processing and analysis, in rush-mode, of (i) satellite and aerial image sensor data of varying spatial and spectral resolution and (ii) other geo-spatial raster and vector data sources.
Business sector (CPV)
- 71354100: Digital mapping services
- 71222100: Urban areas mapping services
- 71222200: Rural areas mapping services
- 71354000: Map-making services
- 79430000: Crisis management services
2011/S 181-293912 21/09/2011
2011-S 185/301864 (27/09/2011)
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