Arctic SDI brings support to different projections

The Arctic SDI joint effort aims at creating a spatial data infrastructure for the Arctic region. It’s a cooperation network of National mapping agencies in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Russia, Canada and USA. It’s goal is to create an easy-to-use single point access for map and other geographic data of the Arctic region from various producers.

Now Oskari's projection support, user management and time series support are developed further within the Arctic SDI project.

Register to the service and familiarize yourself to the Arctic region with the Arctic SDI geoportal.

Contact: Jani Kylmäaho, National Land Survey of Finland

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