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Consortis has undertaken more than 500 projects across Greece in a wide and complex variety of applications and situations, increasing its capabilities and resulting in the creation of a strong and flexible working process that provides high quality services, so as to meet all kinds of technical and aesthetic specifications.

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Urban Thermal Island Workshops


In the context of the implementation of the Act entitled "Strengthening ecological consciousness and promoting environmental volunteerism in the Municipality of Ampelokipi-Menemeni", CONSORTIS, which is responsible for the project, undertook the organization of interactive workshops, setting as a basic objective the sensitization of the public on issues of volunteerism and environmental protection, as well as their activation for initiatives in this direction.

Consortis Geospatial at innovation and technology exhibition, Beyond 4.0.


"The future of Artificial Intelligence (AI)", was the central theme in the innovation and technology exhibition, that took place on October 14th 2021, at Thessaloniki’s International Exhibition and Conference Center. Beyond 4.0, came in Thessaloniki for the first time and  lasted 3 days, aiming to turn the city into a technological and innovation hub.

Completion of the Building Permit Management System for the Municipality of Pavlos Melas


The development of the building permit management system of the Pavlos Melas Municipality was completed in the framework of the project "Interoperability of Information Systems and Spatially Activated Mechanisms for Finding or Disposing Data in the Municipality of Pavlos Melas".

Engineers and citizens can now browse the app for the building permit needed and submit an online application. Login is achieved with TAXISnet codes on

Floods, Directive 2000/60 and Framework Agreement in public contracts


Floods are the second most common natural disaster after forest fires.

At times, they have caused and continue to cause deaths, population movements, damage to the human health, economic activity, infrastructure as well as the cultural heritage.

At the same time, they are responsible for the disruption and destruction of important 

Earthquake Observatory of Greece | Elassona


Sentinel-1 data from the @CopernicusEu have been used to derive the co-seismic ground motion after the M6.0 earthquake close to Elassona (Greece), that took place on 03/03/2021. The earthquake was quite severe leading to several damages in the area.

The estimated subsidence phenomena in the area reached about -38cm in the Line of Sight of the satellites.