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GMES Initial Operations – Emergency Management Service Mapping in non-rush mode
IPSC/2011/02/05/OC

Mapping in non-rush mode service: this service concerns the on-demand provision of geo-spatial information in support to emergency management activities during the phases of the emergency management cycle which are not related to the immediate response, i.e. not requiring rush-mode delivery. In particular, information provision relates to the prevention, preparedness and reconstruction phases.

  • Type
    Open Call
  • Institute/Directorate
    IPSC -

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

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