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November 30th, 2007
IABG has opened its new “Geodata Factory” in Dresden

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PR – In his opening speech, Thomas Jurk, the Saxonian State Minister for Economics & Employment, underlined the commitment of IABG company within the New ‘Bundesländer’, with over 50 new jobs being created in the Dresden factory. The Minister for Economics & Employment of Saxony paid tribute to the company’s new Geodata project in Dresden: “In this way, IABG is setting another milestone in its over 15 years of successful growth in the Free State of Saxony. The Geodata Factory will give a further boost to the field of geoinformatics, which is an area of technology that is still young in Saxony”…

… Germany is a leading participant in the international joint MGCP project for the production of this new high-resolution, attributed vector database (comparable scale 1:50,000) known as the Multinational Geospatial Co-Production Program. This means that, within next 5 years, Germany will collect, attribute and publish vector data for a surface of about 2 Mio square kilometres outside its own territory. In return, Germany will get access to all the data produced within the MGCP project

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