Memberships

German Oracle User Community (DOAG)

Exchanging experiences and knowledge is a cornerstone of our philosophy. To encourage exchange between Oracle users, DOAG has created an attractive, multi-layered information platform that holds a place both at events as well as in print and online media. DOAG now provides support at more than 100 trade events each year, which address both product-related and industry and process-specific topics and cover the entire Oracle product line. DOAG shares the concentrated expertise of the community in a wide range of publications, specialized books, and trade journals, as well as online media. This is how Disy employees gain a knowledge advantage and at the same time, share their experience with the community. For more information, click here.

German Society for Computer Science in Agriculture, Forestry and the Food Industry (GIL)

The German Society for Computer Science in Agriculture, Forestry and the Food Industry is a scientific association to promote agricultural IT. Digital farming is applied computer science focusing on the design, use, and assessment of information systems in the agriculture, forestry, and food industry. These information systems help decision-makers, companies and organizations (including governmental and non-governmental institutions) do their work and achieve their goals. For more information, click here.

Board of Trustees for Technology and Construction in Agriculture (KTBL)

The volunteer and full-time specialists at the Board of Trustees for Technology and Construction in Agriculture (KTBL) provide sound assessments and create recognized planning data for future-oriented agriculture. Research, development, advice, and practical knowledge is prepared and made available. The KTBL's core task is knowledge transfer. Future-oriented topics from the areas of plant production, animal husbandry, construction, and energy, on through to system evaluation, climate protection, and location development are launched via this interdisciplinary expert network. As an information platform, the KTBL makes an important contribution to livable agriculture areas. For more information, please click here.

German Society for Cartography (DGfK)

 The German Cartographic Society (DGfK) is a non-profit, economically independent, and politically neutral professional association that represents the interests of German cartography nationally and internationally. Its nearly 1,700 members are involved in cartography and spatial information professionally as individuals, companies, institutions or organizations or they distinguish themselves through their special interest in cartographic products. Thanks to its broad and varied member structure, the DGfK regards itself as an interface between business, administration, and science. For more information, please click here.

German Association for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management (DVW)

The German Association for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management (DVW e.V.) was established as a technical-scientific association. Its goal is to elevate and encourage surveying, namely through the dissemination of scientific insights and practical experiences, and to represent the goals and concerns of its members in the areas of geodesy, geoinformation, and land management, as well as to reveal specialized developments and communicate practical experience. DVW promotes geodesy, geoinformation and land management in science, research, and practice. Each year it organizes INTERGEO, the largest trade show for the geo industry. For more information, please click here.

InGeoForum

InGeoForum is the information and cooperation forum between providers and users of spatial data, geospatial information systems (GIS), and services (geoinformation). The basic goal is the promotion of geoinformation on the national and regional level, as well as the promotion of the establishment of a national and regional infrastructure for spatial data. In order to guarantee wide-ranging efficiency for the use of this network, InGeoForum regards the encouragement of communication and cooperation between the communities in this field as its central task. For more information, please click here.

CyberForum

With more than 1,000 members, CyberForum e.V. is the largest regionally active high-tech entrepreneurial network in Europe. From start-ups to software companies to experienced entrepreneurs and international information technology providers, on through to research institutions and universities – the CyberForum brings them all together. A platform for networking, as well as the direct linking of expertise, business contacts, and career possibilities. For more information, please click here.

 

Association of German Surveyors (VDV)

The Association of German Surveyors (VDV) is a professional association for geodesic and geoinformatics engineers. The association was founded in 1949 and has approximately 6500 members. The Association of German Surveyors represents its members’ interests with regard to professional and specialized topics and contributes to the structural design of German surveying. Another important objective of the association is professional training. This is the reason behind the independent, charitably recognized training institute Bildungswerk VDV. Bildungswerk VDV conducts professional development trainings for various specialized groups. For more information, please click here.