GEOSYSTEMS HELLAS S.A. [GSH] was established in Athens in November 2009 as the newest member of GEOSYSTEMS EU GROUP Member (www.geosystems-group.eu) acting commercially as Hexagon Geospatial solutions sole reseller, Hexagon Airborne solutions authorized reseller and as a consultant in Greece and Cyprus. [GSH] is working on commercial Environmental, Photogrammetrical, Remote Sensing projects and R&D projects for land management, crisis management and Spatial Data Infrastructure (INSPIRE Directive) implementations. [GSH] is a pioneer in introducing Information Technology using extensively modern, digital geodata capturing and data processing techniques for production of maps and geographic information systems. [GSH] is deeply involved in Big Data and Data Fusion and Data Analytics techniques for National projects and establishment of infrastructure for spatial information (Metadata, Data Specifications, Data and Service Sharing and Monitoring and Reporting).[GSH] holds extensive expertise in regards to operational requirements/scenarios definition in fields of data exchange/sharing in an interoperability manner.
[GSH] is a S.M.E which currently employs a total of 9 persons, who are qualified engineers. The company’s vision is helping organizations harness the information of the changing earth for greater advantage, by creating geospatial business systems that transform our earth’s data into business information. [GSH] business model is solution-based and committed to vertical products; cost effective and timely solutions, added-value services, training and support. The success of the company is based on the qualified staff with over 20 years of experience of at least working in the fields of Geosciences’, Geo-Informatics in numerous European and national projects. [GSH] is a funded member of the si-cluster (the Unique Hellenic Space Cluster), www.si-cluster.gr/en and the Hellenic Association of Space Industry (HASI), www.hellenic-asi.org so it holds great and daily experience with Copernicus program and participates in ESA working groups. [GSH] is also a member of EARSC.