2017 march 20 – Raffaele D’Ambrosio, sales manager at GeneGIS GI, talks about logistics and supply chains during an interview on the eve of the company’s participation in #GLSummit17 in Bologna. The interview is published on the website of concordia – Professional Oriented Events, a leading organiser and manager of professional-oriented events and b2b events.
2017: formation of GeneGIS GI with which GESP, GEOSLAB, GISITALIA and ISE-NET are merged.
2016: GEOSLAB acquires a majority holding in GESP into which it intends to merge the Group’s other Italian companies.
2014: creation of ISE-NET, a university spin-off from Turin Politecnico specialised in territorial monitoring (terrestrial laser scanner surveying, GNNS, UAV) and technical-scientific IT applications for territorial and infrastructure management.
2012: GESP acquires SYSGROUP, an asset management specialist.
1999: creation of GEOSLAB in Benevento, for the dual purpose of setting up a technology centre for the production of 2D/3D numerical cartography and developing GIS software applications. With large numbers of clients in the State Administration, the company becomes a benchmark in cartography and territorial management for central and southern Italy.
1997: creation of GISITALIA in Assago (Milan), the first value-added distribution company dedicated entirely to Geographical Information Systems (GIS). The sole reference in the Italian GIS sector, in 2010 the company repositions as a provider of GIS ESRI solutions for the territory, engineering and architecture, and expands its international operations.
1977: creation of GESP, a company active in territorial planning and engineering. GESP quickly becomes one of the leading players on the GIS market in Italy, with offices in Milan, Bologna and Turin. It provides software solutions and services, based mainly on cartography, using all industry-standard GIS platforms (ESRI, Intergraph, Bentley, Autodesk, GE, Open Source). The company obtains ISO-9001 certification for its core business operations.