PLOTO partners AFDJ and RSOE are inviting you to the upcoming GIS Forum Danube planned for 5-6 December in Budapest, Hungary.
The “GIS Forum Danube” was established in 1997 as a trilateral working group comprising the waterway authorities of Germany, Austria, and Slovakia. Its primary objectives were to foster an extensive exchange of geographic data and promote close collaboration in managing the Danube Waterway.
In light of the growing integration of European states and the eastward expansion of the European Union, it has become crucial to establish internationally interoperable systems for inland navigation along the Danube waterway. To address this need, the European Union invited European countries to implement pan-European River Information Services (RIS) by the end of 2005, as agreed upon during a conference of transport ministers in Rotterdam in September 2001. The “GIS Forum Danube” plays a vital role in ensuring the fulfilment of essential prerequisites along European Corridor VII, as outlined in the European Commission’s White Book of 12th September 2001.
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