GILAB - Innovative solutions based on ICT and Geoinformatics

GILAB DOO is a young start-up company dedicated to developing innovative solutions based on ICT and Geoinformatics. The name of the company stands for Geographic Information LABoratory. Founded by four Ph.D. holders and experienced researchers, GILAB is built on a long-term experience in spatial data processing, geographic information modeling and visualization. We combine advanced ICT skills with exceptional knowledge of state-of-the-art technologies in the domains of Earth Observation, Geographic Information Systems, data assimilation and web cartography to make innovative web based solutions aimed to improve people's life and work. The experience that people gathered in GILAB gained in a number of European and national scientific and innovation projects represents priceless advantage in the company's work. Moreover, we have close cooperation with the University of Belgrade thus being constantly in contact with the latest scientific achievements and technology.

GILAB DOO is founded within the Business Technology Incubator of Technical Faculties Belgrade.

Our mission is to design web services based on spatial data and tailored to specific users' needs. We aim to deliver "smart" solutions in a number of domains including: agriculture, urban ecosystems, energy, environment and wherever a spatial aspect is of any importance.

GILAB team made web mapping client for "Soil property maps at 250 m", made upgrade of REST SoilGrids API. We are currently developing the new version of Soilinfo-app.

GILAB team is going to develope CONTECA solution, see more in video

Dr Dragutin Protic

Dr Dragutin Protic, is an Eng. in geodesy, geoinformatics and cartography and assistant professor at the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformatics, University of Belgrade. His main area of expertise is in application of Earth Observiation data in mapping and monitoring of land cover features. He has been engaged as operational and project manager of EEA's CORINE Land Cover mapping projects (CLC2000, CLC2006 and CLC2012) in Serbia and Montenegro from 2005 till 2015 and as a consultant on FP7 HELM project. During the last 3 years he has also been managing Serbian pilots in the EU's CIP-ICT-PSP funded projects eEnviPer and i-SCOPE. He was also advisor in IGIS project aimed at establishing Remote Sensing Centre of the Republic of Serbia.

Dr Milan Kilibarda

Dr Milan Kilibarda is an assistant professor at Department of Geodesy and Geoinformatics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade. His main research areas are automated state-of-the-art geostatistical interpolation algorithms using open source software tools and web mapping tools. His main contribution in scientific field is spatio-temporal mapping of climatic variables at very high resolution using ground stations and remote sensing data. He is one of the authors of the global service. His ICT knowledge include: R, Python, Web Development, Django, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, jQuery, GDAL, GeoServer, OGC services, OpenLayers, PostgreSQL/PostGIS and others. He is also head of the Laboratory for development of the open source geospatial technologies in Belgrade.

Dr Branislav Bajat

Dr Branislav Bajat is an associate professor in the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformatics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade and director of the Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics. His main research areas are the application of novel spatial and spatio-temporal statistical methodologies in geosciences and environmental disciplines. His experience includes the application multi- and interdisciplinary research on spatial knowledge in environmental sciences; GI research based on commercial and open source tools; application of data mining and machine learning techniques to spatial data. He is experienced in related subjects through his involvement and participation in European, bilateral and national projects.

Dr Nemanja Branisavljevic

Dr Nemanja Branisavljevic is an assistant professor at Department of Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade, where he is responsible for the tutorials on two courses, Fluid Mechanics (undergraduate course) and Measurements in Environmental Engineering (graduate course). His main research area is environmental data quality with the focus on development of automatic data validation algorithms. He developed number of algorithms, applied on real-life case studies, where the most significant one is the automatic data validation and quality check of measured water related variables in Belgreade's sewage system. He participated on several local scientific projects, and one FP7 project during his stay in UK on a post-doctoral studies in 2013/14 (PREPARED). He has more than 20 papers in scientific review magazines and conferences.