Datel contributed to the publication of orthophotos on the Geoportal of the Estonian Land Board
The geoinformation systems team at Datel played an important role in releasing the 2023 orthophotos on the Geoportal of the Estonian Land Board.
The Land Board conducts aerial photography every year. The aerial surveying flights serve as a crucial means of gathering essential data for the country. This data enables the updating of Estonia's topographical maps, as well as the information stored in spatial data registers and map services.
New member in our Space team- Jörgen Laumets, Head of Asia & Oceania
In 2018, in collaboration with the European Space Agency, we launched Sille.Space- an international Early Warning System for infrastructure monitoring, available anywhere in the world. October and November have been very good months for our Space team.
Many interesting projects and the most important news - in the middle of October, we welcomed Jörgen Laumets to our team. Jörgen is leading the sales in Asia and Oceania.
You can find his contacts here: https://www.sille.space/en/contact
Fujitsu TechCommunity Workshop 2023
From October 10th to 12th, Datel's IT Sales Manager, Kaido Kivilo, and Server Solutions Expert, Levar Mikkiver, attended the Fujitsu TechCommunity Workshop in Dubrovnik. This international tech seminar gathered hundreds of Fujitsu partners from across Europe. During networking sessions with Fujitsu innovation leaders various topics were explored, including the latest tech developments and Fujitsu's vision of the future.
Datel is a long-term cooperation partner with Fujitsu. In partnership with Fujitsu, we have successfully implemented Japanese ICT technologies to create various solutions for both business and government sector clients. Datel is the official service partner of Fujitsu IT equipment in the Estonian market.
Space technology helps the City of Tallinn save money
The City of Tallinn successfully used the Sille.Space early warning system developed by Datel to analyze its network of height benchmarks.
Jaanis Lill – Head of Geodesy and Land Management:
“Sille.Space allows the Geodesy and Land Management Unit in Tallinn’s Urban Planning Department to make well-informed decisions about which parts of the height benchmarks need re-leveling. It also enables us to avoid unnecessary and large-scale engineering tasks which in turn also helps to more accurately schedule tasks ahead. – This allows us to save hundreds of thousands in costs.”