Flemish Hydrography presented EMODnet at the HS Benelux meeting (June 2018)

06 July 2018

The Flemish Hydrography has implemented a Coastal and Marine Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Belgian Continental Shelf, the Ghent-Terneuzen canal and the Scheldt. The policy of the Flemish government is to promote and distribute free open data. Through its MSDI infrastructure it offers metadata & data to different geoportals such as EMODnet - Bathymetry, SDI Flanders (http://www.geopunt.be/), SeaDataNet and INSPIRE. 

Marc Roesbeke of the Flemish Hydrography presented the exchange and cooperation with EMODnet Bathymetry at the Hydrographic Society Benelux meeting on 20 June 2018 in Antwerp - Belgium. The presentation is also available in the promotion section.