The Next Generation Internet (NGI) Community Map displays NGI actors, i.e. organisations/companies that currently participate or are willing to participate in the NGI initiative.
Click a web-link below to go direct to the Map Help -topic:
- View a video: 30 seconds guided tour of the NGI Community Map
- Viewing details of an NGI actor
- Adding an NGI actor
- Filtering NGI actors
- Finding NGI community actors
- Updating/Editing/Deleting NGI community actor
- Report a problem or send feedback
To view details about an NGI actor, move a (mouse) pointer over a pin to see a name of the NGI actor. Click on a pin of the map to view details of the NGI actor. Close the detailed view overlay by clicking the X –button (circled in the picture below).
To add a new actor, click on the 3 horizontal lines (circled) on the top left corner of the map:
This opens up the left sidebar. To add the actor, click on the “Add” option from the top menu of the sidebar:
Fill in the details of the actor. You may add projects that the actor is involved in, by clicking on the “Add Project” button:
After filling in the actor details, click on the “Submit” button at the bottom. You will receive a confirmation email in the email address you have provided. The actor will appear on the map after it has been moderated by a representative of the HUB4NGI project.
You can filter actors according to their type, by clicking on the “Filter” option from the top menu of the sidebar:
You can select multiple filters. Click on the “Clear” button to remove all filters.
You can search for an actor by clicking on the magnifying glass option from the top menu of the sidebar:
To see the list of actors already registered on the map, click on the “NGI Community” option from the top menu of the sidebar:
Selecting an actor type will show a list of the registered actors.
Registered actors will receive an automated confirmation email that contains a unique editing link. By clicking on this link, actors are taken to the map submission form, where they can edit their previously submitted data. Registered actors can also delete their data by clicking on the Delete button.
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