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The shocking 3D videos produced by GIS4tech of the fire that ravaged Los Gúajares.

The Los Guájares fire has destroyed one of the green lungs of Granada and one of the most impressive landscapes in the province. The company Gis4Tech, which was responsible for the 3D recreation of the Granada-Motril train project in its day, has used the same technology and the images of the Copernicus system to create several recreations of the area of the fire and how the smoke reached the capital in the days before the fire....

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A 3D video produced by GIS4tech shows the area affected by the fire in Los Guájares and the Lecrín Valley.

The fire that kept an entire region in suspense for five days has left a wound of more than 5,000 hectares and several damaged roads. A desolate landscape in some cases imperceptible from some points of the region, given the orography that we have and one of the reasons why this fire has been so damaging. But thanks to the Granada-based company GIS4tech, we can see in detail which area has been affected by the fire...

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Gis4tech participates as a speaker at the World Summits on Civil Engineering, Architectural, and Environmental and Sustainable Energy and Renewable 2022 in Copenhagen

The 16, 17 and 18 June GIS4tech traveled to Copenhagen to participate in the Summits "22nd Global Summit on Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering (GSCAEE2022)" and "Global Summit and Expo on Sustainable and Renewable Energy (GSESRE2022)," held jointly and which are the leading organization in celebration of scientific / technical events "The Scientistt" was a host. These summits aim...

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GIS4tech attends the seminar on Cooperation in the Development convened by the AECID, Action Against Hunger AND ACODEA⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Thursday June 23, representatives of GIS4tech went to the Headquarters of the Spanish Agency for Development Cooperation in Madrid to participate as speakers in the seminar on "Partnerships, multi-stakeholder Cooperation and Development. Potential and Contributions of the Spanish Agri-food Sector" organized by the AECID, Action Against Hunger Spain and ACODEA. The seminar consisted of a rapprochement between the public administration, enterprises, organizations of the...⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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GIS4tech meets with Profith UGR research group to discuss CuidActiva project

On Friday 10 June, the multidisciplinary team of the CiudActiva project, which aims to encourage the active travel of young people based on urban planning in the cities of Granada, Valencia, Jaen and Almeria, and composed of researchers in physical activity and sport Profith UGR, Palma Chillon, architecture, Sergio Campos (founding partner of GIS4tech) and GIS data analysis GIS4tech met at the headquarters of GIS4tech in Granada to study...

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Alejandro Grindlay, Founding Partner of GIS4tech participates in the conference on Railway Corridors in Seville to discuss the future of rail transport in Andalusia

Alejandro Grindlay Moreno, a civil engineer, former vice-dean of the College of Engineers of Roads, Canals and Ports of Andalusia, Ceuta and Melilla (2018-2022) and professor of Urban planning and land Management the School of engineering of the University of Granada, has placed in doubt on Wednesday the possibility that the Trans-european Transport Network is complete in the horizons provided by the EU, despite having goals...

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Alejandro Grindlay, Founding Partner of GIS4tech is elected territorial delegate of the Spanish Transport Association for Eastern Andalusia.

The Spanish Association of Transport (AET) has presented its new structure of delegates territorial with the aim to increase their face-to-face regional and bring its activities throughout the country, as one of the lines adopted in the framework of the Strategic Plan 2021-2022. Since the summer of 2021 is the start of the development of this structure of delegates territorial, have been incorporated members of this network that already...

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Alejandro Grindlay, Founding Partner of GIS4tech will be part of the jury to choose the best proposal of the central stretch of the Plan Coastline of Malaga

Malaga organized an international competition for peatonalizar the Ride of the Priests and the square of the Navy. A jury of architects and engineers with a representation of the City and the Port will elect six teams, which will have three months to submit their proposals – budget reaches 15 million euros. The City of Malaga search profiles of prestige to design great...

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GIS4tech Done to the Port of Motril, the Feasibility Study of the Railway Connection between Granada and Motril

The minister of Fomento, Marifrán Carazo, has sent a letter to the new minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (MITMA), Raquel Sánchez, requesting a meeting to address the shortcomings of the infrastructure railway in Andalusia, including the train from Granada to Motril and the Mediterranean Corridor, as well as the distribution of the funds the Next Generation. Marifrán Carazo has shown their confidence...

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GIS4tech collaborates in the analysis of wastewater to detect the presence of Coronavirus

The University of Granada, companies VitaNtech Biotechnologies and Gis4Tech, Hidralia (which owns 49% of Emasagra) and the provincial government have been obtained 59.0000 euros of funding thanks to the call for research Projects on SARS-CoV-2 and the disease Covid-19 set in motion by the Board during an alarm state to develop a project to trace the presence of coronavirus at the level of neighbourhoods, streets or blocks...

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GIS4tech collaborates with a multidisciplinary group of experts to develop a deconfinement 'handbook'.

A multidisciplinary group made up of a dozen experts, has developed over the last few weeks, a manual, a collaborative developed in network under the name of the Recommendations of municipal mobility to the desescalada of the Covid 19. The publication contains useful information to assist municipalities in the desescalada of the confinement of the population by the Covid19, according to The City Accessible, since it is a document that integrates data...

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UGR scientists and GIS4tech partners develop a new methodology for the analysis of opinion polls through Artificial Intelligence.

The project have important repercursiones in disclosure, as it allows any user to be able to analyze the results of a survey regardless of their complexity.

Researchers of the research group "Laboratory of Urbanism" of the Higher Technical School of Architecture of the University of Granada (UGR) have developed a project for the improvement of the representation of data in surveys of...

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Gis4tech produces maps for use by Acción Contra el Hambre after the eruption of the Volcán de Fuego in Guatemala.

GIS4tech, a company born in the heart of the UGR has produced maps that employ teams of Action Against Hunger who work in Guatemala. The counter of the deceased does not leave to add, while the ashes still gaining height. During the writing of this text, the news agencies speak of more than a hundred dead, nearly 200 missing and columns of smoke that exceed five thousand meters...

Continue reading

Acción Contra el Hambre and GIS4tech collaborate to implement new technologies for a better response to climate emergencies and natural disasters in Guatemala.

The teams on the ground of Action Against Hunger work in coordination with institutions and local populations to identify evacuation routes and shelter locations insurance against the imminent risk of overflowing rivers with large amounts of ash. Are already providing water and basic sanitation in the evacuation centers, which are reaching more people in the last...

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GIS4tech study reveals that the Barranco del Canalillo storm drain is insufficient

A study from the University of Granada has revealed that the collector of the storm that was installed to channel the waters of the watershed in the channel's original Ravine of the Runnel is "insufficient diameter", which causes it to overflow from his path. So it is in this report commissioned by the City of Atarfe, to which he had access ahoraGranada, which detail some of the reasons why...

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Alejandro Grindlay, Founding Partner of GIS4tech: "What enriches operations so great is the mix of uses"

A few years ago wrote an article entitled Cities and ports, a study in which he explained the processes of transformation of port areas into disuse in various cities. Rather than focus on the architectural details, Alexander Grindlay Moreno (Malaga, 1970) is stopped in the process and what happened in Spain in the last decades. Professor of the University of Granada, where he teaches in the area of Urban planning and spatial Planning in Roads, Grindlay allows you to...

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Interview with the Spin-Off GIS4tech

After you get the second prize in the Competition VII of Entrepreneurship at the University of Granada in category spin-off, we had the pleasure to meet the team of Gis4Tech and a chat with the team.

Welcome!

– Tell us what is your...

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GIS4tech get the second place in the competition VII "Entrepreneurial University"

On Wednesday the 7th of march was held the award ceremony of the Competition VII of Entrepreneurship at the University of Granada in a Room of Guiding chock full of entrepreneurs and collaborating institutions. The event was presided over by the rector, Pilar Aranda, and has counted with the presence of the delegate of Territorial Economy, Innovation, Science and Employment of the Junta de Andalucía in Granada, Juan José Martin Bows...

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The shocking 3D videos produced by GIS4tech of the fire that ravaged Los Gúajares.

The Los Guájares fire has destroyed one of the green lungs of Granada and one of the most impressive landscapes in the province. The company Gis4Tech, which was responsible for the 3D recreation of the Granada-Motril train project in its day, has used the same technology and the images of the Copernicus system to create several recreations of the area of the fire and how the smoke reached the capital in the days before the fire....

Continue reading

A 3D video produced by GIS4tech shows the area affected by the fire in Los Guájares and the Lecrín Valley.

The fire that kept an entire region in suspense for five days has left a wound of more than 5,000 hectares and several damaged roads. A desolate landscape in some cases imperceptible from some points of the region, given the orography that we have and one of the reasons why this fire has been so damaging. But thanks to the Granada-based company GIS4tech, we can see in detail which area has been affected by the fire...

Continue reading

Gis4tech participates as a speaker at the World Summits on Civil Engineering, Architectural, and Environmental and Sustainable Energy and Renewable 2022 in Copenhagen

The 16, 17 and 18 June GIS4tech traveled to Copenhagen to participate in the Summits "22nd Global Summit on Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering (GSCAEE2022)" and "Global Summit and Expo on Sustainable and Renewable Energy (GSESRE2022)," held jointly and which are the leading organization in celebration of scientific / technical events "The Scientistt" was a host. These summits aim...

Continue reading

GIS4tech attends the seminar on Cooperation in the Development convened by the AECID, Action Against Hunger AND ACODEA⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Thursday June 23, representatives of GIS4tech went to the Headquarters of the Spanish Agency for Development Cooperation in Madrid to participate as speakers in the seminar on "Partnerships, multi-stakeholder Cooperation and Development. Potential and Contributions of the Spanish Agri-food Sector" organized by the AECID, Action Against Hunger Spain and ACODEA. The seminar consisted of a rapprochement between the public administration, enterprises, organizations of the...⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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GIS4tech meets with Profith UGR research group to discuss CuidActiva project

On Friday 10 June, the multidisciplinary team of the CiudActiva project, which aims to encourage the active travel of young people based on urban planning in the cities of Granada, Valencia, Jaen and Almeria, and composed of researchers in physical activity and sport Profith UGR, Palma Chillon, architecture, Sergio Campos (founding partner of GIS4tech) and GIS data analysis GIS4tech met at the headquarters of GIS4tech in Granada to study...

Continue reading

Alejandro Grindlay, Founding Partner of GIS4tech participates in the conference on Railway Corridors in Seville to discuss the future of rail transport in Andalusia

Alejandro Grindlay Moreno, a civil engineer, former vice-dean of the College of Engineers of Roads, Canals and Ports of Andalusia, Ceuta and Melilla (2018-2022) and professor of Urban planning and land Management the School of engineering of the University of Granada, has placed in doubt on Wednesday the possibility that the Trans-european Transport Network is complete in the horizons provided by the EU, despite having goals...

Continue reading

Alejandro Grindlay, Founding Partner of GIS4tech is elected territorial delegate of the Spanish Transport Association for Eastern Andalusia.

The Spanish Association of Transport (AET) has presented its new structure of delegates territorial with the aim to increase their face-to-face regional and bring its activities throughout the country, as one of the lines adopted in the framework of the Strategic Plan 2021-2022. Since the summer of 2021 is the start of the development of this structure of delegates territorial, have been incorporated members of this network that already...

Continue reading

Alejandro Grindlay, Founding Partner of GIS4tech will be part of the jury to choose the best proposal of the central stretch of the Plan Coastline of Malaga

Malaga organized an international competition for peatonalizar the Ride of the Priests and the square of the Navy. A jury of architects and engineers with a representation of the City and the Port will elect six teams, which will have three months to submit their proposals – budget reaches 15 million euros. The City of Malaga search profiles of prestige to design great...

Continue reading

GIS4tech Done to the Port of Motril, the Feasibility Study of the Railway Connection between Granada and Motril

The minister of Fomento, Marifrán Carazo, has sent a letter to the new minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (MITMA), Raquel Sánchez, requesting a meeting to address the shortcomings of the infrastructure railway in Andalusia, including the train from Granada to Motril and the Mediterranean Corridor, as well as the distribution of the funds the Next Generation. Marifrán Carazo has shown their confidence...

Continue reading

GIS4tech collaborates in the analysis of wastewater to detect the presence of Coronavirus

The University of Granada, companies VitaNtech Biotechnologies and Gis4Tech, Hidralia (which owns 49% of Emasagra) and the provincial government have been obtained 59.0000 euros of funding thanks to the call for research Projects on SARS-CoV-2 and the disease Covid-19 set in motion by the Board during an alarm state to develop a project to trace the presence of coronavirus at the level of neighbourhoods, streets or blocks...

Continue reading

GIS4tech collaborates with a multidisciplinary group of experts to develop a deconfinement 'handbook'.

A multidisciplinary group made up of a dozen experts, has developed over the last few weeks, a manual, a collaborative developed in network under the name of the Recommendations of municipal mobility to the desescalada of the Covid 19. The publication contains useful information to assist municipalities in the desescalada of the confinement of the population by the Covid19, according to The City Accessible, since it is a document that integrates data...

Continue reading

UGR scientists and GIS4tech partners develop a new methodology for the analysis of opinion polls through Artificial Intelligence.

The project have important repercursiones in disclosure, as it allows any user to be able to analyze the results of a survey regardless of their complexity.

Researchers of the research group "Laboratory of Urbanism" of the Higher Technical School of Architecture of the University of Granada (UGR) have developed a project for the improvement of the representation of data in surveys of...

Continue reading

Gis4tech produces maps for use by Acción Contra el Hambre after the eruption of the Volcán de Fuego in Guatemala.

GIS4tech, a company born in the heart of the UGR has produced maps that employ teams of Action Against Hunger who work in Guatemala. The counter of the deceased does not leave to add, while the ashes still gaining height. During the writing of this text, the news agencies speak of more than a hundred dead, nearly 200 missing and columns of smoke that exceed five thousand meters...

Continue reading

Acción Contra el Hambre and GIS4tech collaborate to implement new technologies for a better response to climate emergencies and natural disasters in Guatemala.

The teams on the ground of Action Against Hunger work in coordination with institutions and local populations to identify evacuation routes and shelter locations insurance against the imminent risk of overflowing rivers with large amounts of ash. Are already providing water and basic sanitation in the evacuation centers, which are reaching more people in the last...

Continue reading

GIS4tech study reveals that the Barranco del Canalillo storm drain is insufficient

A study from the University of Granada has revealed that the collector of the storm that was installed to channel the waters of the watershed in the channel's original Ravine of the Runnel is "insufficient diameter", which causes it to overflow from his path. So it is in this report commissioned by the City of Atarfe, to which he had access ahoraGranada, which detail some of the reasons why...

Continue reading

Alejandro Grindlay, Founding Partner of GIS4tech: "What enriches operations so great is the mix of uses"

A few years ago wrote an article entitled Cities and ports, a study in which he explained the processes of transformation of port areas into disuse in various cities. Rather than focus on the architectural details, Alexander Grindlay Moreno (Malaga, 1970) is stopped in the process and what happened in Spain in the last decades. Professor of the University of Granada, where he teaches in the area of Urban planning and spatial Planning in Roads, Grindlay allows you to...

Continue reading

Interview with the Spin-Off GIS4tech

After you get the second prize in the Competition VII of Entrepreneurship at the University of Granada in category spin-off, we had the pleasure to meet the team of Gis4Tech and a chat with the team.

Welcome!

– Tell us what is your...

Continue reading

GIS4tech get the second place in the competition VII "Entrepreneurial University"

On Wednesday the 7th of march was held the award ceremony of the Competition VII of Entrepreneurship at the University of Granada in a Room of Guiding chock full of entrepreneurs and collaborating institutions. The event was presided over by the rector, Pilar Aranda, and has counted with the presence of the delegate of Territorial Economy, Innovation, Science and Employment of the Junta de Andalucía in Granada, Juan José Martin Bows...

Continue reading