Last review on 28. April 2007
From Iceland to Turkey and from Russia to Portugal, EuroGeographics represents
European National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies (NMCAs).
Currently, we are 49 organisations from 42 countries, but a figure set
to increase further still
when more national cadastral and land registry organisations join EuroGeographics.
We work with our members, partners, customers and the European Commission:
- to develop our European products
- to promote collaboration and sharing
of best practice between our members
- to continue as the official and
united voice of Europe's NMCAs
- to help the European Commission
with its programmes and directives
Together we are building the European Spatial Data Infrastructure (ESDI).
Our vision is
therefore to achieve interoperability of European mapping and other GI data and so help the public
and private sectors develop good governance, sustainable growth and benefit future generations.