ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7 is the next generation in open GIS. It contains significant performance improvements, allowing you to publish more map services with less RAM usage.
Version 10.7 includes ArcGIS Notebook server, enabling more intuitive interactive Python scripting and sharing of code. New mapping capabilities have been added, as well as many new functions to improve field work such as the preparation of offline map areas.
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Strasbourg Électricité Réseaux is the electricity distribution company for the northern part of Alsace since more than 100 years. It belongs to 100 % to Électricité de Strasbourg which is a subsidiary to 88% to EDF. Strasbourg Électricité Réseaux is the 2nd largest electricity DSO on the French market after ENEDIS. Strasbourg Électricité Réseaux (SER) develops and maintains an electricity and telecom grid on its territory and connects 530 000 clients within 409 local authorities through a 15 000 km long electricity network. In 2017, SER issued an European tender for a new GIS, which was won in November 2018 by AED-SICAD and its business partner SIGGIS SAS after a very thorough selection process. AED-SICAD’s UT for ArcGIS and Latitude Geographics’ Geocortex will be implemented for the branches electricity and telecom. A large number of third party IT systems will be connected using AED-SICAD’s UT Integrator.
AED-SICAD GmbH (AED-SICAD), Bonn/Munich, Germany, is the leading GIS application company in Europe. More than 130 utilities in Europe, Middle East and Africa are using the UT for ArcGIS product suite. Their portfolio comprises high-end geographical information systems for the key segments utilities, cadastre and land management. With UT for ArcGIS for the utility industry and LM on ArcGIS for cadastre and land management, AED-SICAD develops cutting edge GIS applications and solutions based on the worldwide leading ArcGIS core technology.
SIGGIS SAS, Paris/Brussels (part of NRB Group), is a value-added reseller of ArcGIS, UT for ArcGIS and Geocortex solutions mainly in Belgium and France. SIGGIS is specialised in Enterprise and Web GIS implementations and counts more than 50 customers on the combined ArcGIS-Geocortex or UT platforms. SIGGIS implements enterprise wide connected Geospatial systems based built mainly on configuration and minimum custom development in order to maximize transferability, ROI and long-term maintenance of the developed solutions.
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Henri Van Oosterwyck (SIGGIS) and Eddy Pacquée (CEVI/Logins/ NRB GROUP) are pleased to announce that they signed an agreement on 24 May 2018 that will anchor SIGGIS NV and SIGGIS SAS in the NRB Group under the auspices of CEVI/Logins.
SIGGIS Group (Spatial Intelligence Genuine & Generic IT Solutions) is a company with a yearly turnover of 4,5 million euros and software and consultancy activities in the Enterprise GIS market. It is focused on utilities, public services and the private market. SIGGIS Group will remain an Esri sub-distributor in Belgium and Geocortex and UT reseller in Belgium and France. For SIGGIS Group, Christoph Verheecke becomes CEO and Eddy Janssen COO. Henri Van Oosterwyck, Lieven Verheust and Peter Vansteenkiste, the board managers before the acquisition, will remain key in the day to day operations and are committed to support them.
With a consolidated turnover of about €323 million and more than 2.000 collaborators, The NRB Group is one of the major ICT services and solutions providers in Belgium. NRB can provide all the elements of a global ICT solutions covering its whole life cycle. NRB implements and manages the IT infrastructure of its clients, on premise or from its own state-of-the-art data centres located in Herstal and Villers-Le-Bouillet. NRB also designs architectures, develops, manages and maintains applications (mainframe or open systems). The addition of SIGGIS to the group that already holds Xperthis, Civadis, CEVI/Logins, Afelio and Trasys International will enable NRB to fully cover the GIS and Mapping aspects of IT solutions.
SIGGIS Group and CEVI/Logins share the same choice of technology, share important customers such as the cities of Antwerp and Ghent and the provinces and share the same ICT-challenges. These are exciting opportunities for the two businesses to work together to develop their products and exploit operational synergies.
For the customers of SIGGIS Group, the new shareholders will put all their efforts to improve service delivery and to offer complete IT solutions based on GIS going from the conception to the hosting. We are excited to enter this new period and are convinced this will also have a positive effect for our customers.
The processionary moth (eikenprocessievlinder) originates from southern Europe and lacks natural predators in Belgium. As such large caterpillar populations occur in spring. This is an issue because of their poisonous defensive hairs. These hairs break off easily and become airborne, causing skin irritation and in some cases even asthma.
The Province of Antwerp wishes to better anticipate possible hazards and has therefore creates a website where citizens can report sightings of the oak processionary moth.
This reporting is done via a map and the interface has been made with ArcGIS and Geocortex. The GIS department province has been able to create this site without the need for external consultancy.
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The Sibelco group is founded in 1872 and one of the most well-established companies in Belgium today. The group, with its headquarters in Dessel, offers on a global scale top quality minerals and silica sands to the industry. As such Sibelco runs facilities all over the world and ArcGIS will be used to help manage production sites and real estate.
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The winning project concerns the cartography of wildfires, and was executed on the ASTRID Geoportal. This portal serves the Belgian emergency services and its daily operations. It is based on Geocortex and integrated by SIGGIS. Earlier this year the NGI/IGN cartography project made it to national news because of large wildfires in the forest and heath areas in the province of Antwerp.
Ingrid Vanden Berghe, General manager of NGI/IGN, is grateful and especially happy for this award, because it acknowledges the need and benefits of inter-organizational cooperation.
URL : https://atv.be
The E-GIS project executed at Elia, received a price in the ‘Spatial Achievements in GIS’ Awards during the Esri International User Conference of 2017 in San Diego. Congratulations to the whole project team !
On the photo from the left to the right : Stefan Löfler (AED-SICAD), Henri Van Oosterwyck (SIGGIS), Jack Dangermond (Esri) and Jan Creupelandt (SIGGIS)
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