Partners

Euro-AEGIS, European Agro-Environmental health GIS associates EEIG, is a European Economical Interest Grouping (EEIG) founded by Avia-GIS (Zoersel, Belgium) and ERGO (Oxford, UK) in 2004.

The general objective of Euro-AEGIS is to assist in the development of and promote GIS and RS products and applications and training in agro-environmental monitoring, disease surveillance and environmental assessment for sustainable development.

Environmental Research Group Oxford (ERGO), Oxford, United Kingdom, is a company established in 1985, which specializes in applied research for sustainable development and provides a broad spectrum of advisory services relating to environmental assessment, natural resource management, project implementation and technical back-stopping. Avia-GIS established jointly with ERGO a European economic interest grouping: Euro-AEGIS.

Based in Toulouse (France), MEDES is a group of economic interest created in 1989  with the mission to develop an expertise in the medical supervision of manned flights  and the preparations for future interplanetary manned missions and to apply  the results of space research on the areas of Healthcare.  In order to meet space and clinical resaerch needs, MEDES runs  a centre for medical experimentation, the Space Clinic. MEDES has also invested for more than  20 years in many telemedicine  or medical research projects.

PAN-Livestock services is an independent consultancy company, established in 1980, specializing in livestock development. The company is based in the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development at the University of Reading, close to London in the south of England. PAN Livestock Services' activities are aimed at improving the circumstances of livestock producers and consumers of livestock products through more appropriate and effective livestock services and management.

SIGGIS was founded on the 18th of August, 2008 by Henri Van Oosterwyck and Lieven Verheust. In the months following the founding, several former co-workers were hired in addition to new experts. By the end of 2008 the company comprised over 30 GIS and IT expert. On the one hand, SIGGIS means “SIG-GIS” (Système d’Information Géographique – Geografisch Informatie Systeem; i.e. The French and Dutch translations of GIS pasted together) but on the other hand, it primarily means “Spatial Intelligence Genuine & Generic IT Solutions”.

2Learn is a young dynamic company whose activity is focused on the conception and organization of sustainable solutions in high quality continuing education projects for medical, para-medical and agricultural sectors. A multidisciplinary and multicultural team runs the company on a daily basis with the permanent aim to provide high quality services to its customers.

Clients

Our research is funded by

Our software is developed with support from

Multi-disciplinary research networks

ADVANZ, FP7, Brussels, Belgium

ALIEN ALERT – Belspo, Brussels, Belgium

“Horizon scanning for new pests and invasive species in Belgium”

EDEN, FP6, Brussels, Belgium

“Emerging Vector-borne Diseases in a Changing European Environment”

EDENext, FP7, Brussels, Belgium

“Biology and control of vector-borne infections in Europe”

VBORNE – ECDC, Stockholm, Sweden

“Assessment of magnitude and importance of vector-borne diseases in Europe”

EPISTIS – Belspo, Brussels, Belgium

“Remote Sensing tools to study the EPIdemiology and Space/TIme dynamicS of diseases”

  • SIGTEL/ULB : Système d’Information Géographique et Télédétection/Institut de Gestion de l’Environnement et d’Aménagement du Territoire/Faculté des Sciences/Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium, Coordinator
  • Université Libre de Bruxelles, Biological control and spatial ecology laboratory, Brussels, Belgium
  • Prince Leopold Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Département de Géographie, Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain la Neuve, Belgium
  • Avia-GIS: Agro-Veterinary Information and Analysis, Zoersel, Belgium
  • Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria, South Africa
  • Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Abruzzo’e del Molise “G. Caporale”, Teramo, Italy

EPIDEMOIST – Belspo, Brussels, Belgium

“Improving epidemiological modelling using satellite derived soil moisture proxies”

  • Avia-GIS: Agro-Veterinary Information and Analysis, Zoersel, Belgium, Coordinator
  • Laboratory of Hydrology and Water Management, Research Unit “Water Resources Monitoring”, Ghent University (UG-WRM), Gent, Belgium
  • Department of Applied Mathematics, Biometrics and Process Control, Research Unit “Knowledge-based Systems” (UG-KERMIT), Gent, Belgium
  • Department of Telecommunication and Information Processing, research unit Image processing and interpretation, Ghent University, Gent, Belgium

GLOWORM – FP7, Brussels, Belgium

“Management and control of increased livestock helminths parasite infection risks due to global changes”

ICONZ – FP7, Brussels, Belgium

“Integrated control of neglected zoonoses: improving human health and animal production through scientific innovation and public engagement”

MODIRISK – Belspo, Brussels, Belgium

“Mosquito vectors of disease: spatial biodiversity, drivers of change, and risk”

OH-Nextgen

“New/next generation of researchers for Neglected Zoonoses at the animal-human interface”

SATHELI – Belspo, Brussels, Belgium

“A method for dynamic object-based image analysis (OBIA)”

  • The Laboratory of Forest Management and Spatial Information Techniques (FORSIT), University of Ghent (UGent), Belgium, Coordinator
  • Laboratory of Parasitology, Ghent University (UGent), Belgium
  • Avia-GIS: Agro-Veterinary Information and Analysis, Zoersel, Belgium

VMERGE – FP7, Brussels, Belgium

“Integrative and innovative research for improving surveillance and control of emerging vector-borne diseases of farm animals in Europe and neighbouring countries”