Global Footprint Network (GFN) has been looking for a mapping solution that can connect people and organizations involved in sustainability and environmental projects through a map.
The scientific organization, OCEARCH specializes in real-time tracking and visualization of the movement of sharks and other marine animals. There was a new challenge ahead of the organization, the unification of the surveillance system. In order to make ocean data effectively available to scientific teams and the general public.
State agency CzechTourism operates popular travel portal KudyZnudy.cz, which offers thousands of points of interest. Find out how we’ve transformed a broad and daily updated travel tips database into a new mobile app.
Hardwario innovates many industries with smart IoT sensor devices. One of them is smart cities, which thanks to intelligent technologies can save energy and increase people’s standard of living.
For example, the latest radio traffic news “Green Wave” draws on the extensive database of Global Assistance. How to efficiently process information in real time and make it clear to motorists and drivers?
In the spring of 2020, in connection with the worldwide occurrence of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the acute lack of certified protective equipment a group of volunteers from the Česko.Digital platform decided to create a map that served +1M users in weeks to come and inspired +10 mapping projects in countries from Germany to Brasil.
The Fandi Mamam non-profit came up with the idea of creating a mobile application that would mediate the provision of material help to people in a difficult life situation. Get inspired by the project that managed to convey effective donor support over the last two years and was created in collaboration with Mapotic.
During a time where travelers were “trapped” in their homes due to a pandemic and many of them lost their source of income, Krista Audi launched a travel group focused on the beauties of the Czech Republic. Something unexpected happened – the group Amazing Places in the Czech Republic began to spread virally.
The National Park team has long struggled with inaccurate data on the number of people coming to the Tatras. So we used our mapping technology to create an online service that tracks visitor movements in the Tatras and gives conservationists, foresters and rangers an accurate overview of the state of tourism.
European structural and investment funds Operation programme Prague – Growth Pole Czech Republic.