GIM Summit 2016: Water & Energy Workshop

During the GIM International Summit, participants approached location and time-related issues to explore the needs and demands, both within the geospatial sector and beyond. Other workshops:

Water & Energy: Outcomes

Managing water and energy demands location tools and actors that are able to conceptualise, model and integrate information flows. It is necessary to break down the institutional barriers and to support monitoring and impact evaluation. We should help our customers to match visions with reality.

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