A geographic information system (GIS) is a scientific and technological tool in the form of a computing application which allows the generation and management of digital thematic and topographic maps, aerial photographs, satellite images, digital terrain models, large databases and also the ability to connect to GPS systems. It is an indispensable tool for decision-making, taking into account aspects of territorial dynamics such as urban growth, forest fires and other risks, etc.

The GIS system MiraMon has been in development since late 1994. Notable to this system is the wide spectrum of applications, the scientific rigor used in its implementation, and its ease of use, which has converted it into a tool of habitual use in research, territorial management and planning of numerous public institutions, universities, and companies within the sector. All of these capacities make MiraMon an extraordinary instrument in diverse areas of research, planning, and territorial management.

  • GIS analysis, terrain modeling and analysis
  • Definition and application of information organization standards
  • Implementation of GIS projects
  • Geographic information system MiraMon
  • Remote sensing

MiraMon Tools 


Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing software.

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MiraMon Map Browser

Map Browser of the MiraMon GIS

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Geospatial data compressor for preservation following ISO 19165

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Data Quality and User Feedback


Vocabulary to describe data quality components.

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NiMMbus: Geospatial User Feedback System

Solution for storing geospatial resources on the MiraMon cloud. The system implements the Geospatial User Feedback standard.

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Data Quality Label Certification

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Graphs and Map Browsers



Protected Areas from Space Map Browser



Graph of the Earth Observation Networks, the Essential Variables they collect and the Sustainable Development Goals they contribute to.

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Catalonia Satellite Image Server.

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