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Consortis Geospatial participates in the FOSS4G Europe Conference 2024 in Tartu, Estonia


Consortis Geospatial is thrilled to announce its participation in the FOSS4G Europe Conference 2024 in Tartu, Estonia, from July 1-7!

This annual event is a key gathering for professionals in the geoinformation software realm, hosted by the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo). OSGeo champions geoinformatics, cartography, and open standards, promoting data sharing, collaboration, and innovative problem-solving.


We are proud to share that our team will present two groundbreaking projects: 

  1. Q-MOKA: Our QGIS-based application, developed in collaboration with the Hellenic Ministry of Infrastructure and Transportation, revolutionizes traffic accident management and analysis along the Greek Primary and Transeuropean Road Network. Q-MOKA addresses the challenges of the existing Traffic Accident Registry, which lacked geospatial referencing and robust data validation.

Q-MOKA offers several key functionalities:

    1. Network Model: Supports multiple linear referencing systems for accurate accident location representation.
    2. Dual-Carriageway Management: Ensures consistent linear referencing even during network realignments.
    3. Flexible Accident Location: Records accidents by X,Y coordinates or route/offset, maintaining synchronization between the two methods.
    4. Linear and Point Data Management: Allows creation and editing of additional linear and point event data (e.g. number of lanes, speed limits, physical road assets) for better static.
    5. Geographic Mapping: Provides route-level accident mapping based on the recording service.
    6. Custom QGIS Forms: Facilitates data entry and management through user-friendly forms.


The presentation will delve into the technical aspects of Q-MOKA, including its database structure, configuration options, and potential future enhancements. By offering a robust and user-friendly platform for traffic accident management and analysis, Q-MOKA contributes to improved road safety and informed decision-making in Greece.


  1. WebGIS for Coastal Resilience: Due to the compounding impacts of climate change and human activities, the frequency and severity of hazards and natural disasters are on the rise, exerting significant impacts on the environment, economy, and human lives. Responding to this shifting landscape, numerous institutions and political structures are redirecting their focus from emergency response to proactive disaster risk reduction and planning.

The web GIS application, named "Observatory System for Coastal Erosion," sponsored  by the Central Macedonia Region, features a user-friendly interface with interactive mapping, data search, and export options, supporting informed decision-making and alternative coastal zone development strategies. It employs Earth Observation, combined with in-situ data, advanced algorithms, and models, to develop comprehensive knowledge on hazard exposure and vulnerability.

It has been already effectively used by various stakeholders to address erosion issues and explore sustainable prevention measures.

Join us at FOSS4G Europe to explore these innovations and connect with experts in the field. Let's shape the future of geospatial technology together!