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  • Delivering Professional GIS Expertise to the Office of Public Works

    By Andrew Bennett | Thu 15th Jun 2017

    Mallon Technology is delighted to announce the recent completion of a project in collaboration with the Office of Public Works (OPW). The OPW is the lead state agency for Flood Risk Management in the Republic of Ireland, helping to minimise the impact of flooding through sustainable planning. A brief outline of the work undertaken for the project can be found below.The Problem A core component of the state's requirement under the EU

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  • Mallon Technology Present at IRLOGI Workshop

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 14th Jun 2017

    Last week Mallon Technology were delighted to have taken part in an IRLOGI organised QGIS Workshop, hosted at the Dogpatch Labs, Custom House Quay, Dublin. The workshop was put on to provide IRLOGI members and guests with an insight into QGIS through a number of different presentations that demonstrated how QGIS has been used successfully in a number of interesting case studies. QGIS is a user friendly, free and Open Source Geographic

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  • QGIS Webinar Now Available!

    By Andrew Bennett | Wed 16th Nov 2016

    Following the successful hosting of our latest webinar to celebrate International GIS Day, Using QGIS to Automate Flood Depth & Extent Data, yesterday, we are pleased to announce that we have made a recording of the session for anyone to watch! If you were unable to attend the webinar or would like to watch it all again, the session can now be accessed on our YouTube Channel. The Webinar explored the use of QGIS to establish the processe

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  • International GIS Day Webinar

    By Andrew Bennett | Mon 7th Nov 2016

    Mallon Technology is excited to announce that we will be hosting a new webinar to coincide with International GIS Day, titled Using QGIS to Automate Flood Depth and Extent Data. Taking place on Wednesday 16th November at 14.00 (GMT), the webinar will explore how QGIS can be used to establish the processes to automatically generate flood hazard data.GIS Day GIS Day is an annual celebration of all things GIS! First organised in 199

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