B+R projects 2019-04-05T16:00:28+02:00

Project Description


B+R Projects

  • B+R project “Construction of a real estate base” implemented under SGOP (Smart Growth Operational Programme) 2014-2020

The Institute implements the project entitled “Building a knowledge base about real estates” under Operation 1.1: B+R Projects of enterprises of Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020 co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund on the basis of a co-financing agreement concluded with the National Center for Research and Development.

The main goal of the project is to develop methods for automatic acquisition, enrichment, processing, integration, analysis and acquisition of spatial data, having the character of open and commercial data necessary to implement the Knowledge Base About Real Estates. The database will be the basis for providing a range of innovative services for business and citizens. In particular, services for the preparation of a comprehensive report on real estate generated online, containing, among others: the value of the property and its forecast over time, links to external web resources containing additional information about the property.

The deadline for implementation: 31.01.2019 ? 31.12.2020
Co-financing amount: 2 288 417,65 PLN

  • B+R project implemented under Operational Programme Innovative Economy 2007 ? 2013

In the years 2014 – 2016, the Institute in cooperation with the Warsaw University of Technology and the company Integraph Polska Sp. z o.o. participated in the project entitled. “Development and implementation of innovative technology GeoMedia Enterprise Intelligence in multicriteria spatial data analysis in both desktop and Web environment” under Operation 1.4: Support for target projects (for industrial research or development) based on a co-financing agreement with the National Center for Research and Development.

The main goal of the project was the commercialization of scientific research in the field of spatial data mining and exploration spatial data mining to analyze spatial information in terms of optimizing business decisions. The Institute was responsible for the implementation of tasks related to the creation of geospatial semantic tools, which resulted in the creation of the flagship product of the Institute – Semantic Components.

The deadline for implementation: 2014-2016