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Presentation on the Hungarian GI Association at the SDI 2010 Conference held in Skopje, Macedonia in September 2010

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  • 1. Gábor Remetey-Fülöpp Secretary-general Hungarian Association for Geographic Information (HUNAGI) How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010
  • 2. Content
    • Introduction
    • Establishment and evolution
    • Networking and Partnership
    • Involvement in the NSDI
    • Communication
    • Conclusions
  • 3. SDI is aimed not for a single sector, discipline or community. NSDI is intended for all of them. INSPIRE is mainly about data sharing. The involved actors belong to different sectors, disciplines, interest groups even on cross border and supranational level. INSPIRE implementation needs among the golden triangle of academic, private sector and governmental framework also the involvement of neutral, non-profit, interdisciplinary civil society committed to the benefit of the society and users of the services. HUNAGI is just such a national GI association. Introduction
  • 4. Establishment and evolution OMFB 7 EC EUROGI J.Delors White Book M.Bangemann Report Best practices: AGI (UK) Domestic needs 1994 Legal registration 1996 Learned Societies Founders: Hung. Soc. Surveying, Mapping and RS, Urbanistical Society Soc. Settlement Renewal, Geographical Society, Academic Internet Service Technology Transfer Center, HUNGIS Foundation, West-Hungary University, Space Office, gita Hungary Champion Mission Goals: Facililitate the availability, access and use of GI and related technologies
  • 5. Some milestones of the evolution
    • Legal status in 1996 opened new horizon: membership growth steadely
    • Membership in EUROGI and join the GSDI Initiative in the same year
    • In year 2000 membership opened for the Private Sector
    • First Cadastral Workshop co-organised with EC and EUROGI
    • GSDI-6 Conference hosted in Budapest co-organised with EUROGI
    • Student division established mentored by Prof. Béla Márkus
    • Involvement in the EC INSPIRE Technical Expert and WGs (2002-2006)
    • Joined to the Digital Earth initiative (2003)
    • Promote the UNSDI initiative (2006), establishment of UNSDI HUCO
    • Impact of the recession : loosing members due to financial reasons
    • Most recently: new opportunities to fill the gaps also related to INSPIRE
    HUNAGI on the web 1998- 2006 Guest website hosted by FÖMI 2006 - Interactive newsbolgs
  • 6. Networking and partnership
    • Domestic Academia, Gov’t, NGOs, Private Sector
    • Special Hungarian Standardization Board WG 828 on GIS,
    • Hungarian Space Council, Academic Boards in
    • Geosciences, Editorial Boards of Journals, IYPE
    • International EUROGI, GISIG, GSDI, ISDE, UNGIWG
    • off-line: CEOS WGISS, GEO
    N.B : HUNAGI members are deeply involved in the work of international learned societies such as FIG, ISPRS, ICA, EuroGeographics, EuroGeoSurvey and others…
  • 7. Networking of the Geospatial Data Interest Communities - the case of Hungary ..Interdisciplinarity Academia Private Sector NGOs Government Geodesy, Geophysics Surveying, Mapping Cartography Mathematics Geoinformatics Physical Geography Remote Sensing, Earth Observation Landscape Planning Automation Soil Sciences Environmental Protection Rural Development Public Utilities Ecology and Botany Public Management Urban Studies Agroinformatics Agriculture Physical Geography Remote Sensing Land Management Rural Development G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010 University Departments, Colleges Academic Research Institutions Remote Sensing
  • 8. Networking of the Geospatial Data Interest Communities - the case of Hungary ..Inter-sectoral linkage Academia Private Sector NGOs Government NMCA Cadastral Mapping Land Registry Topographic mapping Agroinformatics Agroeconomics Meteorology Geology Geodesy Cartography Remote Sensing Water management Environmental protection Nature protection Land Office Network Agricultural technologies Vocational Training Town Planning Regional development National Park Directorates G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010 Local gov’t Local gov’t Space Home defense
  • 9. The structure of the new Government in Hungary Ministry of Rural Development Ministry of Home Defense Ministry of National Resourcess Ministry of National Development Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Public Administration and Justice Ministry of Interior Ministry of Social Wellfare and Labor Ministry of Development and Economics Ministry of Transport, Communication and Energy Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry of Environment and Water Ministry of National Economics Ministry of Health Ministry of Education and Culture Ministry of Local Government Ministry of Finance Ministry of Justice and Police Ministries in the former structure till end of May 2010 New ministries in the new structure Ministries unchanged in the new structure Source: https:kozigazgatas.magyarorszag.hu/intezmenyek/450021/vm TRANSPORT ENERGY INFORMATICS COMMUNICATION SPACE INSPIRE NMCA: LAND ADMINISTRATION RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES (WATER, SOILS, VEGETATION) ENVIRONMENTAL , LANDSCAPE AND NATURE PROTECTION RURAL DEVELOPMENT
  • 10. Networking of the Geospatial Data Interest Communities - the case of Hungary ..Learned societies & new trends Academia Private Sector NGOs Government Geospatial technologies Agroinformatics Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing Opensource softwares GITA HUNGARY (MTE) MAGISZ MFTTT CASCADOSS HUNGARY G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010
  • 11. Networking of the Geospatial Data Interest Communities - the case of Hungary ..Learned societies & new trends Academia Private Sector NGOs Government Geospatial technologies Agroinformatics Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing Opensource softwares GITA HUNGARY (MTE) MAGISZ MFTTT CASCADOSS HUNGARY G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010 Promoting Cascadoss Workshops Promoting the fundamental role of this profession in the GI context Promoting the Journal of Agroinformatics Promoting its Geospatial Technology Conference
  • 12. Networking of the Geospatial Data Interest Communities - the case of Hungary Academia Private Sector NGOs Government CASCADOSS HUNGARY Flashback by Á.Podolcsák G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010
    • CASCADOS is an open source GIS software training project to support SDI by
    • adoption of low entry cost OSS,
    • studies, manuals and training for end-users,
    • OSS Community.
    • Hungarian partner: Compet-Terra, HUNAGI member
    • HUNAGI members took part actively
    • HUNAGI supported the project by promoting events, presentations, moderation, questioner based surveys regarding OSS GIS use, disseminations of deliverables
  • 13. Networking of the Geospatial Data Interest Communities - the case of Hungary Academia Private Sector NGOs Government G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010
    • Hungarian CASCADOS Association
      • As a result of the CASCADOSS project
      • Aims to support OSS use for GIS
      • Organising sporadic users to a strong local community
    • CASCADOSS joint to HUNAGI as member
      • To keep proprietary and OSS GIS within one umbrella
      • To harmonise events and involve OSS to government initiatives
  • 14. Networking of the Geospatial Data Interest Communities - the case of Hungary Academia Private Sector NGOs Government G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010
    • Results of the HUNAGI CASCADOSS cooperation
      • Conference “Open access to Spatial data”
  • 15. Horizontal Networking ..Multidisciplinarity Academia Private Sector NGOs Government Intelligent Transportation Systems Content Management Industry Purchasing, Inventory, Logistics Space Industry Cluster Fundation for the Advancement of GIS G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010 Management and Organisational Studies Off-line Hungarian Chamber of Engineers Division of Surveying and Geoinformatics Off-line: Enterpreneurs in Surveing and Geoinformatics Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing Geospatial opensource Marketing and Media Center of Excellence in Land Management Geospatial technologies MoUs, Partnerships, Co-operations HUNSPACE CELK 1 1 Closed HUNGIS 1 Bonaventura, iMEDIA SZVT ITS Hungary MATISZ MLBKT MFTTT CASCADOSS Hungary HUNSPACE
  • 16. Networking of the Geospatial Data Interest Communities - the case of Hungary Market orientation… 2008 138 Daten -Kontor Ltd www.dk.hu 137 TEKIR É Ltd www.tekire.hu 139 GEOlevel Ltd www. geolevel .hu 2009 142 GotMap? Ltd(Ohio, USA) www. gotmap .com 143 COWI Kft www. cowi .hu 2010 154 Magyar Posta Zrt. www.posta.hu 155 Nav N Go Ltd www.navngo.com 160 Infoterra Magyarország Ltd www.infoterra.hu Academia Private Sector NGOs Government 2001 34 Bonaventura GIS Market Analysis and Publishing Ltd. terinformatika-online.hu 36 DigiTerra GEOinformatics System House Ltd www. digiterra .hu 38 GeoX Ltd www .geox.hu 39 T érkép (HISZI-MAP) Ltd. www.hiszi-map.hu 44 National Cadastral Programme Non-profit Co. www.nkp-kht.hu 2002 52 Congress Ltd www.congress.hu 54 Esri Hungary Ltd www. esrihu .hu 56 Geod éz i a Ltd www. geodeziakft .hu 58 HungaroCAD Ltd www. hungarocad .hu 63 VARINEX Informatics Ltd www. varinex .hu 2003 74 InterMap Ltd. www .intermap.hu 76 Compet -Terra Ltd. http:// competterra .com/ 87 GeoData Ltd. www. geoadat .hu 89 Geod éz i a Zrt (Geodetic and Cartographic Shareholding Co.) www. geodezia .hu 86 IQSYS Ltd www.iqsys.hu 2004 97 EUROSENSE Ltd. www. eurosense .hu 99 HungaroGEO Ltd www. hungarogeo .hu 103 Rudas & Karig Ltd http://www. rudaskarig .hu/ G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010
  • 17. Involvement in the NSDI (selected) EU Accession related involvements incl. NatProgAdaptioncAquisCommunautaire UNECE MOLA PANEL-GIS ABDS GINIE INSPIRE Expert Group PCC/UNECE WPLA eSDI-NETplus Humboldt EURADIN Now: LAPSI G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010 ITK SDI Base Data Themes 4th EC GI/GIS GINIE Message Dissemination Spatial Data Strategy KPMG SDI Strategy ITKTB STEA NTIS Cadastre & SDI, GSDI-6 EUROGI, DG RC SDI Impact Analysis COWI 1998 1999 2002 2003 2006 2009 Surveys Surveys Surveys INSPIRE Open Day INSPIRE Open Day Isolation from the official reporting
  • 18. LAPSI
    • Legal Aspects of Public Sector Information (PSI)
    • EU project orchestrated by Torino Polyt. University
    • http://www.lapsi-project.eu/
    • HUNAGI contribution: geospatial information
      • GSDI Legal and Socioeconomic Committee
      • www.gsdi.org
      • Digital Agenda - Re-use of PSI
      • Close links with ePSIplatform http://www.epsiplatform.eu
  • 19. Recent actions Recent Governmental Consultations Head of the Dept of Land Registration, Ministry of Rural Development Head of the Hungarian Space Office Director General of the Institute of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing ahead Under State Secretary Ministry of National Development State Secretary Ministry of Rural Development G.Remetey-Fülöpp: How a national GI association supports the SDI developments - the case of Hungary International Conference on SDIs 2010, FON University, Skopje, Macedonia, 15-17 September 2010 HUNAGI Conference on Open Access for Spatial Data Contributions to the Discussion Paper of the New Széchenyi Plan eSDI-NET+, EURADIN Workshops Space Workshop for SMEs in GI/GIS Setting up new action plan related to INSPIRE References: http://hunagi8.blogspot.com eSDI-NETplus methodology for self evaluation EUROGI/EUROGEOGRAPHIC PCC Meeting in 2011 Foreseen (t.b.d.) SDI evaluation Wshop Plan4all Workshop
  • 20. Communication Extensive Newsblog system introduced in 2006 + about 20 e-Newsletters per year Number of posted news in the GI/SDI context Thematic blogs following the NTIS Chapters www.hunagi.hu
  • 21. Conclusions HUNAGI as non for profit, neutral, multidisciplinary supported umbrella organisation achieved acknowledged competence in consultancy with any elements of the golden triangle namely research, government and industry. In the coming month there is a challenge how to stimulate growth in the Hungarian Economy by improving competitiveness in the market and strengthen the efficiency of the public administration and fighting against the corruption. HUNAGI is partner to assist addressing these issues.
  • 22. Thank you !