The National Land Survey initiates collaboration with the University of Gävle in order to continue developing education and research in the field of geodata. The aim is to strengthen the skills and capacity for innovation in the field.
– We see that several of the University’s areas can greatly contribute to the Land Surveys continued development. The areas we are looking forward to now is the digital decision-making processes, information management and future ways to present the information, says Anna Eriksson, Development of Land Survey.
The agreement was signed Tuesday, February 14. Donald, thats one of the things happened in Sweden last week 🙂