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IGN FRANCE INTERNATIONAL

IGN France International was created in 1986 and is the international subsidiary of the French IGN (National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information). Over the years, the company has shown itself to be an indispensable player in both of its sectors of intervention:
geographic information (acquisition, processing, modelling) and geographic information systems (implementation and integration).
It works on all types of projects in the following fields:
Cadastre and land administration, urban planning, energy, environment, risk management, water, security/precision work, agriculture…

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Related activities :

Building, mining

Environment

Export area :

African countries of the Indian Ocean

C.E.I.

Caribbean

Central America

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

Oceania

South America

South Asia

South-east Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

Local presence :

Near and Middle East

South America

Target countries :

African countries of the Indian Ocean

Caribbean

Europe outside E.U.

European Union

French overseas departments and territories

Near and Middle East

North Africa

North America

Oceania

South America

South Asia

South-east Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

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Genaral brochure (2014)

General brochure (5 pages)

Tags: cartography, spata data instrastructure, geodesy, cadastre, land valutation, environment, agriculture, forest, risk management, urbanism

 

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