Triantafyllos Adamakopoulos, 54, has a masters degree in civil engineering and planning. After a decade of rock climbing and mountaineering, wildlife photography and travel writing on greek mountains and the Alpes, he spent many years in WWF Greece funded environmental projects, such as the first brown bear protection project in Greece, the monitoring of chamois and wolves population etc. As early as 1996, ending the Arctos EU-funded project, and coming back from the an successfull expedition in the Pamirs, he devoted himself in cartography, founding "Anavasi", the best known cartographic society for greek outdoors maps.
On 2000 he started building a complex, landscale level, geodatabase, and in parallel, developing tools for collecting, editing and sharing geographic information. Toponavigator, a PC based mapping application, is the most widespread platform for managing outdoor information in Greece, and its offspring, Toponavigator Android, serves the same scope in the smartphones and tablet world. Latest addition to the family, topoguide.gr, is the perfect advisor for people seeking maps and information about outdoor activities, culture and nature in Greece. All applications share the same geodatabase, updated daily with data, text and photos from all members of the Experience Greece project.