11.12.2013 11:58 Age: 6 yrs

Kick-off-Meeting in Brussels (BEL)

In order to support urban planning in actively managing the urban environment and climate change, the project DECUMANUS was initiated by a consortium led by INDRA. The objective of DECUMANUS is to develop and consolidate a set of sustainable services that allows city managers to include geo-spatial products into their climate change strategies. The project is partly funded through the 7th Framework Programme of the European Union and was successfully kicked off on December 9th to 10th in Brussels at the INDRA seat.


User Workshop in Madrid


The DECUMANUS team is pleased to invite everyone to the next DECUMANUS User Workshop held in Madrid on 20th May 2016 (official invitation letter). For more information please contact: jpecci@indra.es

Successful User & Stakeholder Meeting in Antwerp


The third user and stakeholder workshop successfully took place on 12th and 13th of November at the ECOHUIS in Antwerp. The DECUMANUS project consortium used the opportunity to discuss  the current status of the developed premium services with the city partners and stakeholders and invited all participants to provide feeback about the presented services.

DECUMANUS project featured in Copernicus OBSERVER


The DECUMANUS project is featured in the September issue of the Copernicus OBSERVER. The article highlights the developed services and provides general information on the project.

User Requirements Meeting in Milan (IT)


User Requirements Meeting in Milan (IT): A consortium meeting was held on the 16th and 17th of March including a training with the city representatives of Milan, on the basic/strategic DECUMANUS products that have so far been implemented. The meeting was hosted by the Comune di Milano at the Fondazione Riccardo Catella.