Fourth informal meeting of Slovak and Czech users of will be held in person on July 22, 2021 in . We will have 3 speakers, Róbert Cibula from Štátny Geologický ústav Dionýza Štúra, Peter Ondruš from Mesto Trenčín and Tibor Lieskovský from Slovenská technická univerzita v Bratislave on topics . Free registration on eventbrite.co.uk/e/giskola-4-t

At third GISkola will Jan Růžička, who studied and worked at Department of VSB - Technical University of , talk about a new plugin GeoData CZ/SK that allows to load XYZ/TMS, WMS and other free that are not published as service from the area of and . More about Jan and his topic in Slovak: amavet962.org/giskola/recnici/

Two of GISkola#3 from Capital City of will present Peter Kaclik passed environmental studies at Faculty of Natural Science Univerzita Komenského, he likes to and take amavet962.org/giskola/recnici/
Vladimír Juračič studied at Institute of Management Slovak University of Technology and he is a fan of amavet962.org/giskola/recnici/

Third GISkola Martin Tuchyňa from Ministry of of the Slovak Republic will present the key components of the European . What are the requirements for providers? What is expected from users of the National Infrastructure for in ? More about Martin: amavet962.org/giskola/recnici/

GISkola#3 next will be Jiří Vlasák @qeef from Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in . He is also a of . His will be about project. More about Jiří: amavet962.org/giskola/recnici/

At GISkola#3 Jakub Fuska from Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra and private company Atapex is going to have about water reservoirs and creation of . More about Jakub: amavet962.org/giskola/recnici/

Third informal meeting of Slovak and Czech users of will be on April 22, 2021 online via
. We have 5 presentations on topics of . Free registration on eventbrite.co.uk/e/giskola-3-t

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