2D3D.GIS attend APIMONDIA
From September 16 to 19
2D3D.GIS was present in Montpellier for the World Congress of Beekeeping and presented a scientist conference on "GIS system applied to modern beekeeping industry"
Download the presentation in PDF format (4 Mo)
"Geographical Information Systems (GIS) associate all the IT applications, the methods and organizations which raise human activities on the earth surface. Since the first aerial imagery in black and white taken from airships up to the last satellite images in colors capable of revealing the slightest details of an agricultural plot of land, the IT revolution of the end of the XX century and the more and more precise topographic survey upset modern mapping and the geographical localization of the themes which surround us (town and country planning, transport, environment).
The GIS approach for the apiary industry seems indispensable to the beekeepers and the scientists combined in the problem of the decline of the bee livestock. Indeed, at the moment, we miss reliable statistics putting in correlation the mortality of bee’s colonies, ground survey, climate conditions and technical routes of the apiaries companies. An approach and visibility of the multi-factors of the apiary industries’ problems would largely be facilitated.
The first harvest of 2D3D.GIS's honey
On September 3, 2009
The 2D3D.GIS team works for the first honey harvest of the company.
Since 2007 and the establishment of a GIS for beekeeping in Martinique (french indies island), 2D3D.GIS has invested modestly in beekeeping to help the conservation of bees by sponsoring several colonies.
Wish our "little friends" to spend the winter without any danger and see you next year ...
2D3D.GIS' team on the field
Our little bees
Opening the hive
The 2D3D.GIS hive
Checking the health of our bees
The 2D3D.GIS hive
APIMAP chooses DYNMAP technology for Webmapping
To facilitate the deployment of WebGIS, APIMAP uses Dynmap v5, edited by SIMALIS
APIMAP presented at XVII National Congress of French Beekeeping
APIMAP just been presented to the XVII National Congress of French Beekeeping, organized by UNAF held in Villefranche sur Saone from 23 to 26 October last. The meeting with beekeepers allowed us to present the Geographic Information Systems and the solutions they provide in the management of beekeeping. This was also the opportunity to present APIMAP to Beekeepers.
The many discussions we had show that there's a real passion for the profession in this technology.
Pictures of Congress