Shared and Open Data  - European efforts andpractices from an NGO perspective                                             ...
2ContentShared and Open Data  -European efforts and practices from an NGO perspective ¡  Flashback on the evolution in sh...
3Mission Goals of HUNAGI as SDIC(Spatial Data Interest Community) ¡  To promote and facilitate the availability, access a...
4Horizontal networking                                                            Federation of                           ...
5HUNAGI’s domestic, policy-related links                      MSZT                       Hung Standardisation Board       ...
6HUNAGI’s international relations ¡  An EUROGI observer between 1994-1996   Membership in 1996, ExCom seat between 1998-2...
The European GI landscape from HUNAGI                                                                                  7pe...
8HUNAGI in EU projects via EUROGI                  Hungarian version                ESDINetplus Hungarian version         ...
Digital Earth in a                                                                                                     9da...
Follow-on action: Gov’t – Civil dialogue                                                                        10        ...
1PSI and re-use, European Open Data Policy                                                                           1A st...
1                                                                                                            2Digital Agen...
1Open (public/governmental data):                                                                               3why does ...
1Open data strategy                                                                                                   4   ...
1Revision of the PSI Directive                                                                                     5Impact...
1                                                                                              6 Revision of the Directive...
Best practice in Denmark  ¡  Public authorities in Denmark register various core information (basic data) about      indi...
1                                                                                                               8Open data...
1LAPSI – EU founded project on the                                                                                        ...
LAPSI coordinator                  20LAPSI - major features                                                   Prof.M.Ricol...
LAPSI activities                                                                                        21                ...
LAPSI - selected achieved results                                                                                      22F...
GSDI Legal & SocioEcon CommitteeToward a global licensing framework    Aims and Activities    •  The Committee explores th...
2ISDE contribution to the evolution of Digital Earth                                                                      ...
2nd Cyberspace ConferenceBudapest, 2012 - With Trust and Securityfor Freedom and ProsperityIn 2030 5 bn people will be con...
Monitoring global threats: the contribution ofsatellite technologies – a recent OECD Study  The OECD study investigates, h...
Impact of the technology: Internet and economy Rapidly expanding broadband  wireless is the driver (667M vs 315M fixed) Sp...
Impact of the technology: Internet and economy   ICT for health   Impact is particular promising Electronic Health Records...
New architecture for IOT Architectural framework Intelligent Systems Framework (ISF) released (Intel, McAfee and Wind Rive...
Enabling Digital Earth Technologies in Action in Hungary                               30VGI in Nature Protection and Pres...
Novel data acquisition and application centerUN SPIDER Regional Support Office, Gyöngyös, HU                           www...
Socio-economic benefits: areas of applicationsUN SPIDER Regional Support Office, Gyöngyös, HU Education BSc, MSc (Rural de...
New Technologies: Innovative Small Enterprise solutionsby cost-effective data acqusition with UA Systems UA vehicle: multi...
Shared and open data applicationsin space and time dimension  Recent Event hosted by Graphitech entitled “Space and Time” ...
INSPIREd NASA World Wind Europe Challenge (WWEC)                                                                        !"...
Exploring Data-driven Innovation as a New Source ofGrowth Mapping - The Policy Issues (OECD Study)   Recent Studies driven...
Shared and Open Data,Technology, Science and Ethics Individual Right to Privacy in the New World was the keynote at ICSTI ...
Ethical issues of Geographic Technologiesto be discussed by AAG Geographic technologies are surveillance technologies. The...
39Conclusions   Considering the accelerated technology   development, in a data intensive era   vision, strategy, coordina...
Acknowledgements  European Open Data Policy - Marta Nagy-Rothengrass European Commission, DG  Communications Networks, Con...
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  1. 1. Shared and Open Data  - European efforts andpractices from an NGO perspective   Gabor Remetey-Fülöpp (HUNAGI) Contributors: Katleen Janssen (K.U. Leuven), Catharina Bamps (EUROGI) 1 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  2. 2. 2ContentShared and Open Data  -European efforts and practices from an NGO perspective ¡  Flashback on the evolution in shared and open GI ¡  HUNAGI and European programmes and projects in the context ¡  Data as assets: Legal aspects and Societal, SocioEconomic impacts ¡  European legislative framework INSPIRE: interoperability & data sharing ¡  European legislative framework on PSI and re-use ¡  European Open Data Policy ¡  New technologies, new challenges: benefits and threats ¡  Example on European efforts: WWEC, Denmark ¡  Conclusions ¡  Acknowledgements Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  3. 3. 3Mission Goals of HUNAGI as SDIC(Spatial Data Interest Community) ¡  To promote and facilitate the availability, access and usability of spatial data ¡  To raise awareness, disseminate information related to INSPIRE, PSI, standards, open source, best practices and innovative solutions ¡  To facilitate the cooperation, coordination in accomplishing international SDI-related obligations such as INSPIRE, PSI and gain synergy for societal benefit areas. ¡  To provide studies, advise for decision makers, developers, service providers and users in SDI ¡  Today 60 institution and organisation are members from government, academia, industry, the”. A non-profit, multi- and interdisciplinary NGO Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  4. 4. 4Horizontal networking Federation of Enterprenurs in Informatics Intelligent Hung.Soc Transportation Surveying, Mapping IVSZ Systems Remote Sensing Hung Fed MFTTT Agroinformatics ITS Hung.Soc. Inventory, MAGISZ Logistics Purchase Hung Federation of MLBKT Partners eContent Industry MATISZ Hung. Urbanistical Hung CASCADOSS Knowledge Centre Ass. on Open source Space Industry cluster CASCA MUT HUNSPA DOSS CE Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  5. 5. 5HUNAGI’s domestic, policy-related links MSZT Hung Standardisation Board Working Committee on GIS (828) ÁSZ State Audit Agency Hungarian Space Council, MÜT Ministry of National Development Ministry of Foreign KüM Affairs Met Service, Land Ministry of Rural Admin, Nature Conserv. VM Development & Envi Protection, Forestry, Agriculture MTA Geoinformatics Subcommittee GGTB Hungarian Academy of Sciences Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  6. 6. 6HUNAGI’s international relations ¡  An EUROGI observer between 1994-1996 Membership in 1996, ExCom seat between 1998-2010 ¡  A GISIG associated member since 1994 GIS/LIS 1993-1996 ¡  Joining GSDI activities in 1996 GSDI6 hosted in Budapest, HUNAGI in the Board 1998-2008, Active in Legal & SocioEcon Committee ¡  Joining ISDE activities in 2003 Executive Board membership since 2010 + IJDE Ed.Board Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  7. 7. The European GI landscape from HUNAGI 7perspective INFO 2000, GI 2000, i2010, Digital Agenda Horizon 2020Programmes R+D FRAMEWORKS EU projects GINIE eContent, ICT PSP GMES, GEO eTEMII EC EUROGI INSPIRE 15 May 2007 HUNAGI ESDINet LAPSI, LAPSI 2.0 Cyber space GSDI L&SE OECD PSI 17 Nov 2003 DE 2020 Initiatives: GISIG Technology e.g. WWEC ISDE Vision! Challenge NGOs UNSDI Open Data Policy 2011 Technical regulations and standards ISO TC 211 OGC1995 CEN TC 87 2020 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  8. 8. 8HUNAGI in EU projects via EUROGI Hungarian version ESDINetplus Hungarian version of the EU project Best practices in subnational SDIs website and self-evaluation methodology http://www.esdinetplus.eu/hu EURADIN project blog European Address Harmonisation http://euradinhu.blogspot.com Plan4all project blog Digital Spatial Planning http://plan4allhu.blogspot.com LAPSI 2.0 project (just started) Legal aspects of PSI “2nd Phase” http://lapsihu.blogspot.com Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  9. 9. Digital Earth in a 9data-intensive era –Annual HUNAGI ConferencesDigital spatial planning (2011) A Plan4all Workhop supported by EUROGI actors in spatial planning, shared/open data and service providers Topics: spatial data availability, accessibility and useability. Mobile GIS and VGI (2012): Public Service information/data access and re- use Workhop participated by EUROGI Open source tools, open data availability for development and applications ¡  Intelligent transportation systems, location based services ¡  Volunteered Geographic Information Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  10. 10. Follow-on action: Gov’t – Civil dialogue 10 ¡  Considering the accelerated developments in technologies, internet of things, open data availability and social media infrastructure the Information Society Parliament in June 2012 voted the HUNAG proposal ¡  urging the government to take measures to strengthen the preparedness of the local governments to use the potentials of mobile GIS (eg. ITS, LBS, city-logistics) and VGI widely ¡  HUNAGI formulated also some questions in topics related to INSPIRE and GMES coordination, GEO and UNSDI/GGIM, and the required involvement of the civil sector. Positive responses have already been received. ¡  About CODATA membership will be asked in the government- civil dialogue at the” Informatics for the Society” Conference in Balatonfüred next week organised by the NGO partner INFOTÉR Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  11. 11. 1PSI and re-use, European Open Data Policy 1A strategy for One of the flagship initiatives of Europe 2020smart, sustainable and to define the key enabling role of ICTs if Europeinclusive growth wants to succeed in its ambitions for 2020.A vision to achieve The overall aim is to deliver sustainable economic and¡  high levels of employment, social benefits from a digital single market¡  a low carbon economy, […]¡  productivity and social Action 3: cohesion, Open up public data resources for re-usethrough concrete actions at EUand national levels Source: EESC, 2012 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  12. 12. 1 2Digital Agenda for EU - Action 3:Open up public data resources for re-useConclusions of the European Council (4 February 2011) “The Commission is invited to make rapid progress in key areas ofthe digital economy to ensure the creation of the Digital SingleMarket by 2015, including […] the availability of public sectorInformation” Source: EESC, 2012In its very recent Communication of the EC sets out measures toensure that the results of Europe’s publicly-funded research arefully accessible for researchers, businesses and citizens.Some of these measures need to be implemented by MemberStates, while others will be carried out by the EChttp://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/document_library/pdf_06/era-communication-towards-better-access-to-scientific-information_en.pdfSource: EUROGI, 2012 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  13. 13. 1Open (public/governmental data): 3why does it matter for Europe? Source: EESC, 2012 1. Untapped business and economic opportunities: data is the new gold; possible direct and indirect gains of €140bln across the EU27 2. Better governance and citizen empowerment: open data increases transparency, citizen participation and administrative efficiency and accountability 3. Addressing societal challenges: data can enhance sustainability of health care systems; essential for tackling environmental challenges 4. Accelerating scientific progress: e-science essential for meeting the challenges of the 21st century in scientific discovery and learning 5. Need to act at all levels: local, regional national and EU level: importance of a true single market for open data Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  14. 14. 1Open data strategy 4 The data issueFinancing and support measures addressed: European Source: EESC,Forum Data 2012 Copenhagen,1.  Support R+D and Innovation in data-handling technologies: June 6-7, 2012 •  FP7 and CSF support 2011-2013: ~ € 100 million •  one of priority areas envisaged for ICT in Horizon 2020 support for technology innovation and uptake by pilot actions, testing, showcasing and innovative applications via CIP-ICT Policy Support Program (2012)-2013 and Horizon 2020 (2014 onward)2.  Support for data infrastructures — data portals for Europe •  Commission own data portal: pilot launched in 2012 •  Pan-European data portal: single access point to datasets from across the EU, expected launch 2013 •  Support for inception phase (2012-2013): CIP •  Support 2014-2020: Connecting Europe Facility Expected total funds for ICT/Digital: €9.2 billion! Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  15. 15. 1Revision of the PSI Directive 5Impact Assessment – Public consultationBased on nearly 600 responses (September –November 2010)¡  Insufficient clarity and transparency, including lacking, restrictive or unclear licensing terms¡  Lack of information on available data and locked resources¡  Lack of a robust complaints procedures¡  ineffective enforcement mechanisms¡  Excessive charging and lack of a level playing field, including attempts by public sector bodies to maximise cost recovery¡  Existing rules ill-suited for the fast developing open data market¡  Incoherent approach across EU Member States Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  16. 16. 1 6 Revision of the Directive – main proposed changesCreation of a genuine right to re-use public data: all public data notcovered by an exception is to be re-usableLimited extension of scope i.e. application of the minimal set of rules ofthe 2003 Directive with additional safeguardsIndependent supervision requiredInvitation for public bodies to make their documents available in amachine-readable format and together with their metadata wherepossible and appropriate Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  17. 17. Best practice in Denmark ¡  Public authorities in Denmark register various core information (basic data) about individuals, businesses, real properties, buildings, addresses, and more. It is re- used throughout the public sector and is an important basis for public authorities to perform their tasks properly and efficiently. ¡  Good basic data, which is freely available to the private sector, is a potential driver for innovation, growth and job creation. ¡  Danish government has launched a basic-data initiative called Good basic data for everyone - a driver for growth and efficiency", coordinated by the Ministry of Finance. http://www.eurogeographics.org/category/cumulus/eu-initiatives ¡  Once the initiative has been completely phased in, in 2020, there are expected savings for the public sector of about DKK 250 million per year (35 million euro / 43 million USD) as a result of lower administration costs” as announced by the Danish Ministry of Finance on Oct 8, 2012 http://www.sdimag.com/1280/Denmark-Releases-Its-Digital-Raw-Material-Including- Geospatial-Data.html Sources: Eurogeographics, SDIMag Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  18. 18. 1 8Open data strategy - Coordinating measuresat Member State and EU level¡  The PSI group: a Member States expert group for the exchange of good practices and initiatives supporting public-sector information re- use; includes a PSI sub-group on development of the pan-EU portal¡  The ePSI platform: a web portal funded by the Commission providing news on European developments, good practices, examples of new products and services, and legal cases concerning PSI re-use: www.epsiplatform.eu¡  The LAPSI network: funded by the Commission, analyses legal issues related to PSI and fosters debate among researchers and stakeholders¡  The Commission will develop guidelines on licensing and price calculation after consulting stakeholders Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  19. 19. 1LAPSI – EU founded project on the 9Legal Aspects of PSI access and re-use http://www.lapsi-project.euThe European thematic network for high-levelpolicy discussions and strategic action on all Members:legal issues related to the access and the re- 20 partners from 13 countriesuse of Public Sector Information Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Masarykova univerzita Università di Copenaghen University of Tartu Università di Münster Münchner Kartellrechtsforum e.V., Max- Planck-Institut für Geistiges Eigentum Ministry Of Interiors Institut für Informations-, Telekommunikations- und Medienrecht (ITM) Università di Münster HUNAGI Politecnico di Torino Universita Commer. Luigi Bocconi Milano Csi Piemonte Consorzio Per Il Sistema Informativo - Permutatore Telecom Instituut voor Informatierecht (IViR) University of Bucharest Universidad de Murcia - Centralita Universitat Oberta de Catalunya City University London University Of Nottingham Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  20. 20. LAPSI coordinator 20LAPSI - major features Prof.M.Ricolfi with IJ Digital EarthDuration: 30 months, completed on 22/9/2012Structure: 6 working groups: Targeted object:1  Intellectual Property and Competition PSI and Re-use Directive 2003/98/EC2  Privacy and Personal Data Some other relevant documents3  Selected implementation and deployment issues4  Licenses - various perspectives: holders, re-users5  Cultural Content Founded by the6  Fundamental principles and environmental right European Commission Information and Communications Technologies Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Policy Support Taipei, 27-31October 2012 Programme (ICT PSP)
  21. 21. LAPSI activities 21 Strategy implemented ¡  Organisation of events (internal and public) to exchange views and generate discussions ¡  Interaction with other projects including COMMUNIA, Creative Commons, Europeana, SharePSI, Engage, EVPSI, Aporta Internal & Public ¡  Dissemination initiatives (in the geospatial context) Meetings Seminars ¡  Via social media Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin… Workshops ¡  National governments, European institutions Conferences ¡  GSDI Association (Legal & Socioecon Committee) Kick off: ¡  CEOS WG on Information Systems and Services Turin 3/2010 ¡  ISDE International Society of Digital Earth Leuven 10/10 Barcelona 10/10 ¡  GEO plenary and Ministerial Summit Münster 2011 Milano 5/11 LAPSI was managed by Cristiana Sappa (TLawS/Nexa, Italy) Warsaw 10/2011 supported by 3-member Advisory Board Brussels 1/ 2012 Roger Longhorn (UK), Paul F. Uhlir (USA), Herbert Bukert (CH) Budapest 3/ 2012 Closing: Turin, 7/ 2012 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Follow-on LAPSI 2.0 Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012 In ICT PSP 10/2012
  22. 22. LAPSI - selected achieved results 22Final review meeting at DG Connect on 15/11/2012 Deliverables (will be available soon) Position papers: Some LAPSI ¡  Cultural heritage outputs ¡  Charging principles, public undertakings, licenses (public tasks) •  The principles governing Policy recommendations charging ¡  Competition law issues •  The exclusion of ¡  Privacy and personal data public ¡  IPR and commercial secrecy undertakings ¡  Cultural, educational and research institutions from the re-use ¡  Regulatory bodies of PSI regime ¡  Access, proportionality •  Licensing of PSI •  PSI, IPR and Guidelines Developing Charges, licenses Countries Links: http://www.lapsi-project.eu/wiki/index.php/LAPSI_Policy_recommendations •  PSI Glossary Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  23. 23. GSDI Legal & SocioEcon CommitteeToward a global licensing framework Aims and Activities •  The Committee explores the legal and economic frameworks in which spatial data infrastructures are developed •  Encourages dialogue with regard to varying public policy and legal approaches •  Explores models, approaches, and experiences that may enhance cooperation among nations in sharing spatial data and spatial technologies. From Europe: Bastiaan van Loenen (NL) Chair, Katleen Janssen (B) Co-chair Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012 23
  24. 24. 2ISDE contribution to the evolution of Digital Earth 4 Digital Earth vision in 1998 and the Next Generation of Digital Earth Vision of Al Gore in 1998 Multi-resolution, multi-source, multi-dimension (3D + temporal) reproduction of the planet Earth for the benefit of all First revisit: Vespucci brainstorming: published in IJSDR European perspective: Meeting in Ispra at JRC Output published in IJDE 2010 Nessebar, BG: ISDE ExCom voted to adopt the European proposals and to extend them globally DE Vision 2020 Task Force established by ISDE, Brainstorming in Beijing In 2012 different versions have been published in PNAS by M.Goodchild et al: Next Generation of DE and Max Craglia et al Digital Earth in 2020 – towards the vision for the next decade in IJDE Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  25. 25. 2nd Cyberspace ConferenceBudapest, 2012 - With Trust and Securityfor Freedom and ProsperityIn 2030 5 bn people will be connected toInternetOne single crime(2M card data stolen) 300 MGBP damage (Francis Maude, Minister of UKCabinet)Panel discussion on Privacy vs. FreedomImpact of IoT: Response: Capacity building!Education should start in the kindergarten Concensus was found:Transparency and responsibility for govs,open standards, interoperability are needed. Protect freedom online as wellOpeness and open platforms, innovations as Everybody is stakeholder,basis for the knowledge based economics Broadband and openness are keys forCollective, multistakeholder cooperation socio-economic benefits and stability.approach is needed. Andrew A. Wyckloff International cooperation and(OECD) . continuous dialog is needed.The Brazilian Ambassador highlighted three major Call the next generation to contribute!principles: freedom of speech, protect privacy,respect human right. Connectivity and communication might create understanding! Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  26. 26. Monitoring global threats: the contribution ofsatellite technologies – a recent OECD Study The OECD study investigates, how different space applications, namely Earth observation, telecom, navigation, positioning and and timing, combined with ICT can assist in the surveillance of major threats (from natural disasters to pandemics and piracy) today and in the near-to-medium term future (8-10 years). Built on a series of workshops supported by the OECD Future Global Shocks project and by the OECD Space Forum. International cooperation is key for the development of space infrastructure GEO (GEOSS), CEOS, CGMS (Coord Group of MetSats) Based on the coord experience on Nat Met and Hydrological Services, WMO is ready to operate a Global Framework on Climate Services to generate and exchange of climate data and products. Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  27. 27. Impact of the technology: Internet and economy Rapidly expanding broadband wireless is the driver (667M vs 315M fixed) Speed up, price down Smartphones/tablets doubled within OECD and tripled outside the OECDsince 2005 ICT sector and the economic crisis Due to the expansion of wireless Internet 6% growth both in revenue and in new jobs. E-commerce steadily growing. ICT business R+D in Korea and Finland is over 1.5% of GDP Business adoption and use 95% of companies in OECD and EU25 are using it Household adoption and use 70% of households are using broadband. Mobile Internet connectivity and the social is reshaping the the way individuals live Digital content Most important driver for consumer adoption Courtesy: OECD, Internet Economy Forecast 2012 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  28. 28. Impact of the technology: Internet and economy ICT for health Impact is particular promising Electronic Health Records, Telehealth. Challenge: Interoperability Security and privacy Cybersecurity and data privacy Internet of Things Third wave of Internet connectivity 100/household even million/companyobject will be connected Ericson estimateds 50 bnmobile wireless devices which could even reach 5000 bn 700 M machine2machine enabled car is estimated in 2020. Measuring the Internet economy Internet a key economic infrastructure. According to definition, 3-13% of ll value added product could be attributed to internet -related activity. Overall ICT policy priority areas ICT skils and employment Government online Security of information systems and networks R+D programmes Technology diffusion to business Electronc settlement/payment Digital content Courtesy: OECD, Internet Economy Forecast 2012 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  29. 29. New architecture for IOT Architectural framework Intelligent Systems Framework (ISF) released (Intel, McAfee and Wind River). Aim: to facilitate easier coordinated use of multiple Atom, Core and Xeon processors in distributed embedded systems. ISF adds numerous enhancements to virtualization, trusted execution and remote-management specifically supporting machine-to-machine (M2M) Image credit: dr Ke Shi interactions among devices on the Internet of Things. By 2015, a third of all connected systems will be intelligent, representing a $2 trillion according to IDC . IoT will be a 15 billion unit marketplace by 2015,” What Wind River brings to the Intelligent Systems Framework is a realtime software development environment for applications using M2M communications. Source: Posted on October 19, 2012 by R. Colin Johnson, Geeknet Contributing Editor Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  30. 30. Enabling Digital Earth Technologies in Action in Hungary 30VGI in Nature Protection and Preserving Cultural Heritage ¡  Nature protection: observation of protected species involving the citizens ¡  http://www.vadonleso.hu ¡  Cadaster of Sculptures of Public Areas www.szoborlap.hu ¡  Preserving cultural and natural heritages www.tajertektar.hu Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  31. 31. Novel data acquisition and application centerUN SPIDER Regional Support Office, Gyöngyös, HU www.karolyrobert.hu Károly Róbert College – UN OOSA MoU in 2012 Existing GIS /RS Infrastructure includes: Aerial segment AerialLIDAR and 60 MP orthocamera system LEICA ALS-70HP + Leica 30 RGBN integrated GPS/INS hyperspectral imaging AISA DUAL with GPS/INS Cessna C-206 Skywagon, Piper PA-23-250 airplanes Wide range of electronics for navigation, communication + hyperspectral, RGB and thermal mini camera systems for UAV Field instrumentation Spectrophotometer, geodetic workstations Terrestrial spatial imaging LIDAR, field thermal camera GNSS base stationField GPS/L2C/L2E/L5/GLONASS/ Galileo/SBAS(Omnistar, EGNOS,WAAS) Processing and visualisation Ecogniton object based image analysis, ERDAS Imagine 8.7 ArcGIS ArcView 10, Leica Geo Office, Digiterra Explorer, ENVI 5.0 Juno Terrasync field software, Visual Studio Pro Computer support SGI supercomputer 144 proc cores 1536 GB RAM with workstations Courtesy: Tamás Tomor, Director KRF Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  32. 32. Socio-economic benefits: areas of applicationsUN SPIDER Regional Support Office, Gyöngyös, HU Education BSc, MSc (Rural development, Tourism) Research and Development www.karolyrobert.hu Dissemination, Conferences (next: with Hungarian Academy of Sciences and UN OOSA) Assessments, applications: Biomass, yield estimation Agro-ecopotential, Flood mitigation, risk analysis Industrial and environmental disaster mitigation and impact assessments Nature protection management and monitoring Water quality assessments INSPIRE compliancy Testing industrial airborne remote sensing tools and methodologies incl. processing of high-volume data Courtesy: Tamás Tomor, Director KRF Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  33. 33. New Technologies: Innovative Small Enterprise solutionsby cost-effective data acqusition with UA Systems UA vehicle: multirotor copter Equipped with on-board flight electronics, sensors and navigation tools. Various flight modes. GPS supported. Route logging capability. Plane Loonger flight duration, orthophoto survey applicability UAVs are weather dependent, and experienced field pilot is needed Assessments, applicabilitiess: Site assessments, recognition of anomalies, Archeological surveys and discovery, Status monitoring and extension assessment, Documentation and control, Support for decision making Beneficiries: Local governments, NGOs Utilities, Local, Regional Agencies, Sectorial authorities, SMEs, Researchers including Universities, Disaster response actors, Resource management, Nature and cultural conservations Application showcases http://legikep.hu/referenciak Courtesy: Norbert Sandó, Pazirik Ltd, HU Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  34. 34. Shared and open data applicationsin space and time dimension Recent Event hosted by Graphitech entitled “Space and Time” Enhancing resilience of communities and territories through smart technologies 29-30 October, Trento, Italy BRidging SErvices, Information and Data for Europe (BRISEIDE) Themes incude: Smart services, Service infrastructures, Community-driven smart applications, Community resilience increasing technologies, Environmental information (incl. sensors), Data/metadata models for spatio-temporal applications, Civil protection, Geovisual analytics, Spatio-temporal processing, Geoprocessing services, Spatio-temporal analysis, Web service orchestration, Standardisation efforts in related fields  http://www.briseide.eu/joomla/conference/conference-2012.html Source: GISIG circular (HUNAGI is associate member of GISIG, a Genova based Association (GIS International Group) The host is a leading company in opensource NASA WW appication development as well. Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  35. 35. INSPIREd NASA World Wind Europe Challenge (WWEC) !"#$%&% !"#$%&($")*$)+$#,(") -".")-,./01 2$31%)4*$%$"( !"#$%"&#("&)*+,--$%*+./(()* QRESQTURTSUQS 0%(1%&--$NASA WWEC Summer School was held in Como inSeptember 2012 to prepare an annual Challenge !"##$%5-9::; <:=;>)<?@>)4A=:!B)-9B;;4@C4JRC presence at this NASA WWEC Meeting resulted ()$"*#!)"(+ 2!3*4,%(5$*6*"(#*#(*)(6$*(,#*#(* 8$.8$8*#/&#*<,&)3$6*3(%*#/$* 4,%(5&*H/&))$"1$Bpromising follow-on actions 1)(7&)*.(-5$##("*"*#/$* 3$)86*(3*$8,.&#("9*%$6$&%./* &"8*""(:&#("9*"&#("&)* cB*0$%3(%-&".$*.%#$%&*>))*7$* 8$.8$8*3(%*$:&),&#"1* 5%(D$.#6*6,..$66*65$.3.*#(*#/$* /1/$%*$8,.&#("*6;6#$-6* 4,%(5$&"*.(--,"#;9*#/$%* -,6#*7$*&7)$*#(*%$65("8* .#M$"69*1(:$%"-$"#6*&"8* $33$.#:$);*#(*#/$*%$<,%$-$"#6* 7,6"$66*(55(%#,"#$6BFurther talks betwen NASA ARC,Torino Politecnico and JRC (3*#/$*="(>)$81$*$.("(-;?* &6*.)$&%);*$@5%$66$8*"*#/$* A()(1"&*0%(.$66B* -&(#& 0&)&MM(*F&##&9*d&*F&##&*IES DERD Unit started C(*&..$)$%&#$*5(6#:$*%$6,)#6* 3(%*D(76*&"8*$.("(-.* 8$:$)(5-$"#9*/1/$%*$8,.&E QcTQe9*SSQUU9*H(-(*N!CO !"%) #("*-,6#*7$*&*=$;*&%$&*>/$%$* C/$*.(,%6$*6*3%$$*(3*./&%1$* #/$*5&#/*#(*%$6,)#6*6*.)$&%);* 7,#*%$16#%&#("*6*-&"8&#(%;B* 8$3"$8*&"8*(55(%#,"#$6* C/$*8$&8)"$*3(%*%$16#%&#("*It is anticipated, the first Annual Europe Challenge Award 5%(:8$8*3(%*6,..$66B** FG+G9*"*.(".$%#*>#/*4,%(E 5$&"*,":$%6#$6*&"8*1(:$%"E* 6*+$5#$-7$%*Q9*SUQSB** [(%*&..(--(8&#("69*)(>* .(6#*6(),#("6*&%$*&:&)&7)$B*Ceremony would be arranged at the INSPIRE Conference -$"#*"6##,#("6*>))*8$3"$* #/&#*5&#/*&"8*5%(:8$*#/$* (55(%#,"#;*3(%*6,..$66B* [(%*-(%$*"3(%-&#("9*5)$&6$* .("#&.#P*6,--$%6./(()f5()-B#* #/$*6(("$%9*#/$*7$##$%*3(%*in Florence next Summer. G"*"#$%"&#("&)*+.$"#3.* H(--##$$*.(-5(6$8*(3* $@5$%#6*"*#/$*3$)8*(3*1$(E &66,%&".$*(3*#/6*(55(%#,"#;B ./" -&#.6*>))*.(-$*#(1$#/$%*"* C/$*4,%(5&*H/&))$"1$* H(-(*#/6*+$5#$-7$%*3(%* +.$"#3.*H(--##$$*6* #%&""1*"*#/$*,6$*(3*FG+G* .(-5(6$8*(3*1$(-&#.6*&"8*The Europe Challenge would not limited to WW use, any I(%)8*I"8*(5$"*6(,%.$* #$./"()(1;B*C/6*.(--##$$* >))*&)6(*,6$*#/6*#-$*#(* .(-5,#$%*$"1"$$%"1* %$6$&%./$%69*8$:$)(5$%6*&"8* 5%(3$66(%6*3%(-*FG+G*&"8*opensouce solution would be welcomed by the jury. 8$3"$*#/$*.%#$%&*3(%*6,..$66* #/&#*&55)$6*65$.3.&));*#(*#/$* "$$86*(3*#/$*4,%(5$&"* E*V%B*W&%&*G"#("&*A%(:$))* N0()#$.".(*8*W)&"(9*!#&);O* 4,%(5$&"*,":$%6#$69*&6*>$))*&6* &..(-5)6/$8*0/V*&"8*W&6#$%* &..(-5)6/$8*0/V*&"8*W&6#$%* 6#,8$"#69*>))*7(#/*5%(:8$*&"8* 6#,8$"#6*(3*#/$6$*.,%%.,)&BINSPIRE compliance would be a must. .(--,"#;B*J$(-&#.6*6*#/$* 86.5)"$*(3*1&#/$%"19* 6#(%"19*5%(.$66"19*&"8*8$)E* E*V%B*J(%1(*X&-7("* N0()#$.".(*8*W)&"(9*!#&);O* E*V%B*JY7(%*Z$-$#$;L[)]55* %$.$:$*65$.&)M$8*#%&""1*"* #/$*,6$*(3*I(%)8*I"8*#$./"(E 0*1%%"(+!$)&$0 )(1;B*C/$6$*$@5$%#6*"*1$(-&E H,%%.,),-*:#&$*&"8*6/(%#* :$%"1*1$(1%&5/.*"3(%-&E N^,"&19*^,"1&%;O* #.6*>))*86.,66*$66$"#&)*&%$&6* 5%$6$"#&#("*)$##$%*N-&@*bUU* #("9*(%*65&#&));*%$3$%$".$8* E*V%B*_(/&""$6*+./]""1* >/$%$6(),#("6*,6"1*#/6* >(%86OB* "3(%-&#("B**+(),#("6*"*#/6* N`Ha9*4"1)&"8O #$./"()(1;*"$$8*#(*7$*&55)$8* G#*-(6#*bU*.&"88&#$6*>))*7$*WW opensource developer technology could serve as .%#.&)*5%(7)$-*&%$&*&%$* "$$8$8*#(*-&"&1$*#(8&;K6* 65&#&));L7&6$8*"3(%-&#("9* E*V%B*Z&33&$)$*8$*G-.6* NJ%&5/#$./9*!#&);O* E*0&#%.=*^(1&"*NFG+G9*`+O* &"8*#%&"6)&#$*#/(6$*"#(* .%#$%&*3(%*#/$*4,%(5&* H/&))$"1$B* &..$5#$8B $&2%)$0)"(+*&0*3(&visualisation segment even in the GEO Broker chain, a 3%(-*6,55);*./&"*#(*>$&#/$%9* 3%(-*.#;*"3%&6#%,.#,%$*#(* .)-&#$*%$6$&%./9*&"8*3%(-* E*C(-*J&6="6*NFG+G9*`+O ,#$,"%& QB*I(%)8*I"8*(5$"*6(,%.$* &55).&#("6*>))*7$*,6$8*#(* 8$6.%7$*#/$*#$./"()(1;B UQ*+$5#$-7$%*SUQS (4"$10)"(5!"()0!)%concept realised for the GEO by CNR Italy and JRC. 8&);*"&:1&#("*#(*-&@-ME* "1*6,55(%#*3(%*$-$%1$".;* %$65("6$*&.#:#$6*N6#(%-69* G#*#/6*bL8&;*"#$"6:$* #%&""1*&"8*1$(-&#.6* "3(%-&#("*$@./&"1$9* SB*^1/*)$:$)*8&)(1,$*":()E :"1*6(5/6#.&#$8*1$(-&#.6* .(".$5#6*>))*%$6,)#*"*5%(D$.#* [(%*"3(%-&#("P* -&%&B7%(:$))f5()-B# 1(%1(BM&-7("f5()-B# 3)((8"19*$&%#/<,&=$6*&"8* $@5$%#6*"*.(-5,#$%*$"1"$$%E 8$61"*.%#$%&*3(%*#/$*4,%(5&* [(%*%$16#%&#("P (#/$%*"&#,%&)*86&6#$%6OB "1*3%(-*FG+G9*&"8*4,%(E H/&))$"1$*#/&#*&88%$66$6* 6,--$%6./(()f5()-B# C/6*1$(-&#.6*$@5$%#*.(-E 5$&"*,":$%6#$6*&"8*1(:$%"E* 4,%(5$&"*65&#&)*8&#&*"$$86B N&6*$-&)*6,7D$.#P*2FG+G*II* -##$$*6*.(-5(6$8*(3P* -$"#*"6##,#("69*&6*>$))*&6 bB*0%(D$.#*.%#$%&*>))*7$ +,--$%*.(,%6$*%$16#%&#("?O A1&D0#);$(E18* &&&()*+,-./,0-+),0*()*+1++-2&30-2(/)4/011.525611./7583))*52&)/*97&+,97.6/)(07830**.,4.78)1)7:;7<:75.(-.1=./7<>:< &&&4/0(3+-.83+-2.6/)(0830**.,4.? 50//"3%&*)678 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  36. 36. Exploring Data-driven Innovation as a New Source ofGrowth Mapping - The Policy Issues (OECD Study) Recent Studies driven by the OECD Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy (ICCP) investigate potential role of data as an intangible asset which can create significant competitive advantage and drive innovation and sustainable growth across the economy and society. Five areas where data are source for innovation and productivity. Online advertisement 500 company single quarters 8,5 bn USD Health care with Electronic Patient Record 300 bn EUR savings Utilities with smart meters 80 bn EUR savings Logistics/transportation 5bn measurements/day in Public administration reduction of administrative costs 2009 1 PB 2020: 500 bn USD value Coherent policies and practices are required in collection,transportation, storage and use of data Sensitive: Privacy and Consumer protection Workshop held in Paris, 23-24 Oct 2012 Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  37. 37. Shared and Open Data,Technology, Science and Ethics Individual Right to Privacy in the New World was the keynote at ICSTI Annual Conference delivered by Christopher Calabrese (American Civil Liberties Union) Oct 15-16, 2012, Washington DC ICSTI The International Council for Scientific and Technical Information - a forum for interaction between organizations that create, disseminate and use scientific and technical information S. Department of Labor to highlight geospatial/geospatial technologies as the third largest high-growth job field for the 21st century. The next AAG conference provides a forum to engage ethical issues. Geographic Information Ethics and GIScience AAG 2013 Conference Redondo Beach, CA, April 9-13 2.13) www.aag.org Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  38. 38. Ethical issues of Geographic Technologiesto be discussed by AAG Geographic technologies are surveillance technologies. The data they produce may be used to invade the privacy, and even the autonomy, of individuals and groups; Data gathered using geographic technologies are used to make policy decisions. Erroneous, inadequately documented, or inappropriate data can have grave consequences for individuals and the environment; Geographic technologies have the potential to exacerbate inequities in society, insofar as large organizations enjoy greater access to technology, data, and technological expertise than smaller organizations and individuals; Georeferenced photos, tweets and volunteered (and un-volunteered) geographic information can reveal private information. Those data that are increasingly publically available and used to study societal phenomena raise significant privacy concerns. Source: http://dusk.geo.orst.edu/aag_ethics13.html Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  39. 39. 39Conclusions Considering the accelerated technology development, in a data intensive era vision, strategy, coordination, implementation monitoring and impact assessment are needed from local to global. The outcome of the Budapest Cyberspace conference are valid in the open data context as well: Protect freedom online as well Technology development and legislation Everybody is stakeholder, Broadband and openness are keys for socio- economic benefits and stability. International cooperation and continuous dialog is needed. Call the next generation to contribute! Connectivity and communication might create understanding! Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  40. 40. Acknowledgements European Open Data Policy - Marta Nagy-Rothengrass European Commission, DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology, Data Value Chain Unit INSPIRE - Paul Smits, Max Craglia, Katalin TóthEuropean Commission Joint Research Centre, Institute of Environment and Sustainability Digital Earth and Reference Data Unit LAPSI - Cristiana Sappa (Law School Torino/NEXA) WWEC - Patrick Hogan (NASA), Maria A. Brovelli (PoliMi) OECD Studies - Andrew W. Wyckloff, Claire Jolly, Christian Reimsbach-Kounatze (OECD, Paris) GSDI Legal &Socio-Econ Committee communication - Roger Longhorn, Jeremy Shen, Rodolphe Devillers, Kate Lance ISDE communications Prof. Changlin Wang (ISDE Secretariat, CEODE) Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012
  41. 41. Thank you!Session A1 - Digital Earth in Data-Intensive Era – 23rd CODATA Conference Taipei, 27-31October 2012 41
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