EuroGeographics’ geospatial contribution to the DigitalAgenda for EuropeIngrid Vanden Berghe EuroGeographics President
Pillar I:             Digital Single Market•   Give access to public sector information•   Stimulate a European online con...
Pillar II:               Interoperability and                    Standards•   Legislate on ICT interoperability•   Promote...
Pillar III: Trust and SecurityPillar IV: Very Fast Internet
Pillar V: Research and                    Innovation•   Generate more private investment for ICT research•   Coordination ...
Pillar VI: Enhancing e-skills
Pillar VII: ICT for                                Social Challenges• Seamless cross-border eGovernment services in the  s...
EuroGeographics - who, what and why?   Active                   2   Associate   Non member                                ...
EuroGeographics Mission                          To further the development                          of the European Spati...
How does EuroGeographics contribute?1. help members to develop their NSDI:   a) inform on European policy ;   b) facilitat...
Data  • Public sector data available as pan-european    harmonised datasets  • Easy to discover, easy to purchase  • Harmo...
Why is Reference data important?Users require:a trustworthysource & qualityassured data                                   ...
Reference data is part of the solution        Private industry        Cartographic industry         Web companies GIS indu...
Data for the ESDIEuroBoundaryMap                  EuroGlobalMap                                  EuroRegionalMap          ...
EuroBoundaryMap
EuroGlobalMap V 4.0
EuroRegionalMap
Softwaresurvey - DataProductionand Update
The ESDIN project• 20 partners   – Data providers   – Developers   – Academia   – Software companies• Best Practice   – Pr...
ESDIN results
The EuropeanLocation Framework
The European Location Framework• Public sector reference data for others to rely on;• Cooperate and collaborate;• One refe...
The European Location Framework Additional and Thematic data                                                              ...
E.L.F work in progress• EuroGeographics internal project for E.L.F.• E.L.F. Task Force• Implementing ESDIN results interna...
Planned ELF coverage at regional and global level   Not available   Available 2011-2014   Admin available 2011-2014   Admi...
Benefits of the E.L.F.-   Data linked to a common, maintained location framework-   Cross domain consistency-   Consistenc...
Services • Develop • Sustainable offer
Spatial Data Infrastructure         Leadership                         Legislation        Cooperation                     ...
www.eurogeoinfo.eu
www.eurogeoinfo.eu
Prototype MSs Reference Data Service
Conclusions
Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe
Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe
Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe
Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe
Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe
Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe
Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe
Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe
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Eurogeographics´Geospatial Contribution to the Digital Agenda for Europe

  1. 1. EuroGeographics’ geospatial contribution to the DigitalAgenda for EuropeIngrid Vanden Berghe EuroGeographics President
  2. 2. Pillar I: Digital Single Market• Give access to public sector information• Stimulate a European online content market• Simplify the distribution of creative content• Protect intellectual property rights online
  3. 3. Pillar II: Interoperability and Standards• Legislate on ICT interoperability• Promote standard-setting rules• Guidance on ICT standardisation and public procurement• European Interoperability Strategy and Framework
  4. 4. Pillar III: Trust and SecurityPillar IV: Very Fast Internet
  5. 5. Pillar V: Research and Innovation• Generate more private investment for ICT research• Coordination and pooling of resources• New generation of web-based applications and services• Double annual public spending on ICT research and development
  6. 6. Pillar VI: Enhancing e-skills
  7. 7. Pillar VII: ICT for Social Challenges• Seamless cross-border eGovernment services in the single market• Review ‘Public access to Environmental Information Directive’• Cross-border eEnvironment services• Fully interoperable eGovernment services• Common list of key cross-border public services• e-Maritime services
  8. 8. EuroGeographics - who, what and why? Active 2 Associate Non member 2 Out of scope 56 members 2 45 countries 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3www.eurogeographics.org Malta
  9. 9. EuroGeographics Mission To further the development of the European Spatial Data Infrastructure through collaboration in the area of geographical information, including topographic information, cadastre and land information. Page 12
  10. 10. How does EuroGeographics contribute?1. help members to develop their NSDI: a) inform on European policy ; b) facilitate exchange of information2. help members to develop the ESDI: a) Reference data/services; b) interoperability projects. Page 13
  11. 11. Data • Public sector data available as pan-european harmonised datasets • Easy to discover, easy to purchase • Harmonised licence conditions
  12. 12. Why is Reference data important?Users require:a trustworthysource & qualityassured data The ‘on the web’ world The real world – but you can’t get everything from Earth Observations
  13. 13. Reference data is part of the solution Private industry Cartographic industry Web companies GIS industry Earth Observations ”the Cloud” Additional and Meeting the Thematic data user requirement USERS NMCAs Other governmental agencies
  14. 14. Data for the ESDIEuroBoundaryMap EuroGlobalMap EuroRegionalMap EuroDEM
  15. 15. EuroBoundaryMap
  16. 16. EuroGlobalMap V 4.0
  17. 17. EuroRegionalMap
  18. 18. Softwaresurvey - DataProductionand Update
  19. 19. The ESDIN project• 20 partners – Data providers – Developers – Academia – Software companies• Best Practice – Processes – Services – Specifications• INSPIRE and more
  20. 20. ESDIN results
  21. 21. The EuropeanLocation Framework
  22. 22. The European Location Framework• Public sector reference data for others to rely on;• Cooperate and collaborate;• One reference at European level;• One reference at national scale, based on NMCAs distributed INSPIRE services and common standards;• Data provider’s Toolbox• Data policy and licensing works for everybody!
  23. 23. The European Location Framework Additional and Thematic data Service Integration Interface ECRINS Points of Interest EuroGeo Info Urban Atlas Navtech/Teleatlas SEIS EU Corine Land Cover Annex II & III Geoportal Reference data INSPIRE Reference data Services Commission Google EG+National mapping Edge-matching service Service Maps E.L.F and cadastral (EuroXBoundary) Global agencies dataset Yahoo Generalization process GMES Quality evaluation Conformance testing Reference service E.L.F. EuroGeoCloud Data Regional Service Joint services dataset Reference data Generalization process services Conformance testing (view,download) Commercial Quality Members Urban Service Evaluation Master Rural Integrators Sources Topo + Cadastre Remote Registry Admin Hydro Transport Other Topo Addresses Buildings DEM, services Landcover, Geographical Names, Ortho, Cadastral Parcels
  24. 24. E.L.F work in progress• EuroGeographics internal project for E.L.F.• E.L.F. Task Force• Implementing ESDIN results internally: • Generalization EGM from ERM, ERM admin from EBM and EGM admin from EBM • ERM based on E.L.F. specs in 2013 • EuroGeoNames based on new architecture and lauch in 2012
  25. 25. Planned ELF coverage at regional and global level Not available Available 2011-2014 Admin available 2011-2014 Admin, EGM available 2011-2014 Availability to be agreed Malta
  26. 26. Benefits of the E.L.F.- Data linked to a common, maintained location framework- Cross domain consistency- Consistency between themes- Better up-to-dateness- Consistency between resolutions.- Quality conformance levels and metadata- Unique identifiers
  27. 27. Services • Develop • Sustainable offer
  28. 28. Spatial Data Infrastructure Leadership Legislation Cooperation Coordination To support better policy, better decision making and better service delivery
  29. 29. www.eurogeoinfo.eu
  30. 30. www.eurogeoinfo.eu
  31. 31. Prototype MSs Reference Data Service
  32. 32. Conclusions

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