5 December 2016

Geolocalization meets IP & Privacy

On 5 December 2016, the Infopole Cluster TIC and the Space Center of Liège joined forces to organize a Business and Technology club dedicated to the global navigation satellite systems.

Many academics, researchers, application developers and IT business managers discussed the new geolocalization technologies and their latest ground-breaking implementations. One of the key facts illustrated during the meeting was that Big Data and IT platforms fed with positioning data and sensors data are becoming the current state of the art applications in terms of land management and farming.

Philippe Laurent was happy to share his experience as regards privacy rules compliance and intellectual property protection in such specific context.

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