Second edition of the nautical chart Pristanišče Koper 04 (Port of Koper) at scale of 1 : 5000 has been published. It contains latest data, including new depths from the latest hydrographic surveys in years 2009 – 2015 (dredging in progress in the area of Basin I).

Chart will be subsequently updated in line with planned dynamics of the completion of dredging by the end of 2015.

Map was published by the Ministry of Infrastructure of the Republic of Slovenia and produced by the Geodetic Institute of Slovenia.





We are happy to invite you to Attract-SEE Final Conference which will be held on 11th of September 2014 in Belgrade, Serbia.

Final Conference will be held on 11th of September from 8.30. to 15.00 in big hall of Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Privredna komora Srbije, Resavska 13-15).

Conference is open to public and we encourage you to invite relevant stakeholders from your countries to attend.

Program of Final Conference



Republic Agency for spatial Planning and
AttractSEE Project Team





IC-ENC is pleased to announce that the Geodetic Institute of Slovenia (GI) has become the 31st national Hydrographic Office to join its ever increasing family of members.

​GI plans to release five ENCs over the period to 2016 in the General, Approach and Harbour usage bands. More>>


HOMER advances on its Federation, Action Plans and Pilots. Project partners met on 11 and 12 March in Malta to discuss all aspects related to the results and progress of the project among other issues.

During the first morning, the event was open to the general public, presenting the state of Open Data in Malta through several examples of Open Data portals.

This first part of the event was completed with the presentation of some portals of HOMER partners as examples of good practices and the presentation of the project and HOMER Federation in a video. Also, internal meeting among HOMER partners was held and it was talked about the technical requirements to access to the Federated Search Engine from the regional Open Data portals, and the Federated Search Engine test page.

The last meeting day, 13 partners presented their draft version of the Open Data Action Plans, explaining the progress in report write up, activities undertaken in order to obtain information for the action plan, barriers and recommendations for improvement and definition of the next road map. In addition, both pilot actions were further analysed in working groups, setting up the next steps to follow. Pilot A meeting have been particularly interesting because it is the last meeting before the hackatons, Hack4med, that will take place next May 17 (Source>>).