GET is a high-tech SME, specialized in marketing and supply of geospatial products and services in the field of Geoinformatics. GET has a clear focus on technologies and products that serve the national data economy, its key growth drivers, and characteristics. These priorities have shaped its expertise and market success over the years, establishing it as one the preferred technology and data providers for diverse economy domains of the broader geospatial value chain. In particular, it produces, maintains and curates geospatial assets for the public and private sector, used from thousands of companies on a national level. It has pioneered in Greece the reuse of open crowdsourced data (OSM), their integration with open public and/or authoritative data sources, and their exploitation in web/mobile geospatial applications. In terms of technology, GET is the first company in Greece offering Software/Platform as a Service (SaaS/PaaS) value-added services for Sentinel and Copernicus data assets. GET produces, maintains and curates geospatial data for the public and private sector, which are used from thousands of companies on a national level. Further, it has significant expertise in the design, development, technical support, training, and consulting services for Spatial Data Infrastructures, data catalogues and repositories, as well as web/desktop GIS applications.
Overall, GET has successfully delivered over 400 research, innovation and development projects for the public and private sector in Greece and abroad, with significant experience across the entire lifecycle of geospatial data production and standards-based provision. GET has co-developed the software foundations of the project, namely PublicaMundi and SLIPO, exploiting their output to deliver large-scale data infrastructures and novel value-added geo-analytics for the private sector. GET is a member of the si-Cluster, has active collaboration ties with leading industrial stakeholders across EU, Australia and Africa, has the capacity to mobilize geospatial asset producers, owners and consumers across the geospatial value chain, and has been a Copernicus Masters finalist.