The IDS project is the creation of a complex spatial database that primarily provides up-to-date spatial information for the business sector. The map database focuses essentially on infrastructural factors, in the broader sense on the economic, social, agro-geographic, energetic and touristic conditions of the wine region by using qualitative and quantitative analysis. During development, we pay special attention to the continuous integration of our field data surveys and spatial research results. The algorithm combines cadastral, eco-geographical, terrain and regulative data sources, allowing the system to provide thematic screenings by utilising unique calculations that complement the available static spatial information.
Development time ~ 24 months (2017.01.01 - 2018.12.31), test run start: 2018 Q4.
Nowadays, the online GIS systems are unavoidable infromationbases (Google Earth, TEIR, Openbiomaps stb.) With these systems, unique informations can be provided for the economic operators, policy implementers, and local communities. The INNOREGIO Knowledge Centre cooperates with the Heves County Government Office, Eger Town of County Rank and the Heves County Chamber of Commerce and Industry to educe a spatial decision support system, which helps the optimum site selection of enterprises irrespective of sector in Eger's Wineregion. The project focuses mostly on the topics of economic site selection, analysis and agricultural land capability, but environmental protection, local social structura and tourism play an important role.
Beside the initiating partners, excellent professional collaborators facilitate the successful implementation. The Hungarian Public Road PLC, the Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture, The Heves County Waterworks, Eger Wineregion Mountain County Council, the Directorate of Bükk National Park and the Egererdő PLC already announced their participation of the project's results' utilization.
The expected deadline of the implementation is the end of 2018. The tesmode of the system os going to be available by the first part of next year.
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