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GI2011-X-border-SDI/GDI-Symposium, 23..5.2011: Bad Schandau (SAX)
[ 11. Sächsisches GIS-Forum ]
24.5.2011: Decin (CZE)
[ 1. Bohemian#Saxonian GIS-Forum ]

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Schrenk ppt gi2011_ceit_en_final

  1. 1. CentropeMAP and CentropeSTATISTICSCross-Border Geodata Infrastructure with User-Defined Thematic Maps on behalf of the Planungsgemeinschaft Ost (PGO) (Eastern Austrian Planning Association) Manfred Schrenk* Clemens Beyer* Walter Pozarek** * CEIT ALANOVA Central European Institute of Technology, Dept. for Urbanism, Transport, Environment & Information Society Schwechat, Austria, http://www.ceit.at/ ** PLANUNGSGEMEINSCHAFT OST, Vienna, Austria, http://www.planungsgemeinschaft-ost.at/
  2. 2. I. The Centrope RegionII. CentropeMAPIII. CentropeSTATISTICSIV. Technical ImplementationV. Future Perspectives
  3. 3. CENTROPE Region• Region  Austria  Czech Republic  Hungary  Slovak Republic•
  4. 4. CENTROPE Partner Regions• Czech Republic  Region: South Moravia  City: Brno  Interested: Olomouc• Slovak Republic  Region: Bratislava, Trnava  Cities: Bratislava, Trnava• Hungary  Region (county): Györ-Moson-Sopron  Cities: Györ, Sopron• Austria  Region (federal states): Burgenland, Lower Austria, Vienna  Cities: Eisenstadt, St. Pölten, Vienna  Interested: Wiener Neustadt
  5. 5. CENTROPE RegionPopulation Economy  6 million  3.8 million employed  of which 3 million in cities  55 – 65 % employed in service sector  unemployment rate between 4 and 14 %  GDP growth between 0.8 % and 3.6 % since 2003Infrastructure  3 international airports (Brno, Bratislava, Vienna)  2 Danube river ports (Vienna, Bratislava)  Pan-European corridors (Source: Wikipedia)
  6. 6. Political declaration of Kittsee, 2003 + Political memorandum St. Pölten, 2005Main goals  international attractivity  sustainable integration  location with high quality of life  professional co-operation
  7. 7. CENTROPE RegionMain Targets  international attractivity  substainable integration  location with a high quality of life  professional co-operationStakeholders of the Region  multilateral Centrope platform  multilateral Centrope panel  national Centrope steering committees  Club Centrope
  8. 8. I. The Centrope RegionII. CentropeMAPIII. CentropeSTATISTICSIV. Technical ImplementationV. Future Perspectives
  9. 9. ChallengesCentrope MAP Challenges Legal planning responsibilities on different levels Data responsibilities on different levels Administrative boundaries = data boundaries No “common data infrastructure“ available, only “isolated applications“
  10. 10. Project Approach CentropeMAP is a process, not a single project - an ongoing cross-border exchange of planning related information with benefits for all participating partners. CentropeMAP does not generate new data itself but relies on integrating, structuring and harmonising existing information from the data maintaining sources. Data will be made available via OGC standard compliant web map services. Quality of CentropeMAP is depending on quality and up-to-dateness of the provided information CentropeMAP is an open system able to integrate digital information from different scale levels and different sources. CentropeMAP data itself can also be integrated in external applications via OGC WMS.
  11. 11. Input to Centrope MapGeodata Statistical dataLand use Administrative borders Database(Corine Land Cover 2000, Level NUTS 2, NUTS 3, LAU 2 NUTS 2, NUTS 3, LAU 2 (up to availability and meaning)3, all layers separately) Visualisation Area: Infrastructure (linear): of the data based onabout 32 categories cadastral area, area of durable settlement, forest, water bodies, road network administrative borders railway network ... (maps, diagrams) conductions, pipes Population: Development, migration balance, balance of births Infrastructure Remarks: prognoses, age groups, nationalities (punctiform): Phase 1: educational qualification transportation (stops, P+R) downloadable print- household size, secondary residences education ready maps (PDF) employed, unemployed health/social Phase 2: strucutre of income, purchasing power administration online interactive maps settlement structure leisure/recreation culture Occupation and Economy: supply and disposal places of work, business structure other branch structure, value addedAnmerkungen: jobs, commuter structureWEBmap Service: dh. agriculture, forestry, tourismVerknüpfung mit anderen Planning:Servern (Geoland, SK, CZ, HU) builiding land Infrastructure:Karten durch user online protection areas (Data linked with punctiform infrastructure data)generierbar und als Bild (PDF Natura 2000 administration, education, social, leisure, recreation, tourism,hochauflösend) downloadbar. world heritage culture, ... ground water protection flood protection mining
  12. 12. CentropeMAP Web Applicationdatasets come directly from project partners  no redundancy, always up-to-datefunctions: Zoom, Pan, Query, Search, Tell-A- Friend, Measurementhundreds of layers for the whole region and sub-regionsbackground maps from simplified views to high-resolution satellite images and aerial views (ortho-photos)map generation on the fly
  13. 13. Data Exampleselevation, road network, railway network, urban fabric, inland waters
  14. 14. Data Exampleshigh resolution orthophoto, environmental protected territory (Znojmo, CZ)
  15. 15. Data Examplesurban fabric, rivers, inundation risk areas, high ground water level (<2m)(Danube, Lower Austria)
  16. 16. Data ExamplesCorine Land Cover Level 2 (Lake Neusiedl Region)
  17. 17. Data ExamplesEuropean Urban Atlas(Twin City RegionVienna-Bratislava)
  18. 18. Data ExamplesBuilding Land (Residential/Commercial), Road Network(St. Pölten, Lower Austria)
  19. 19. I. The Centrope RegionII. CentropeMAPIII. CentropeSTATISTICSIV. Technical ImplementationV. Future Perspectives
  20. 20. Project Partners CentropeSTATISTICS is a cross-border database project of these co-operating statistics offices/departments in the Centrope Region (on behalf of PGO - Planungsgemeinschaft Ost/Eastern Austrian Planning Association, and technically led by CEIT ALANOVA gemeinnützige GmbH)• Czech Republic: CZSO - Czech Statistical Office – Český statistický úřad (ČSÚ)• Slovak Republic: Statistical Office of the SR – Štatistický úrad Slovenskej republiky• Hungary: HCSO - Hungarian Central Statistical Office – KSH - Központi Statisztikai Hivatal• Austria: Statistics Departments of the three Austrian federal states Burgenland, Lower Austria and Vienna Workshops: September 2008 in Schwechat, March 2009 in Schwechat, September 2009 in Brno, 2010 t. b.a.
  21. 21. CentropeSTATISTICS Challenges Develop spatio-temporal matrix for attribute data  Which data for which region, collection date, classification, ... Define attribute data catalogue of “most wanted data classes“  demography, migration  first data group, online since 2010  economy, household income  commuter, transport statistics  environmental indicators, ... Main issue: Overcome the “language barrier“ (extending the CentropeMAP Online Dictionary, a database with statistical and planning related technical terms editable by anyone)
  22. 22. CentropeSTATISTICS User Interface •Functions: Show – Export – Query – Sort•All available indicators are displayed•Multiple choice allowed•Results are shown as table•Dynamic Database Live Query  On the fly Map Generation
  23. 23. CentropeSTATISTICS User Interface On the fly Map Generation
  24. 24. I. The Centrope RegionII. CentropeMAPIII. CentropeSTATISTICSIV. Technical ImplementationV. Future Perspectives
  25. 25. System Architecture Web browser (thin client)CentropeSTATISTICS MapClient (PHP, Javascript) MAPBENDER Application Server/ Map Server [UMN] SLD WMS WFS WCS Distributed Services WMS WFS WCS Distributed Data
  26. 26. Technical ImplementationStatistic data of different origin CentropeSTATISTICSCentrope Centrope Centrope CentropeMAP MySQL Postgres Mapserver
  27. 27. Technical ImplementationStatistic data of different origin CentropeSTATISTICSCentrope Centrope Centrope CentropeMAP MySQL Postgres Mapserver
  28. 28. Technical ImplementationStatistic data of different origin CentropeSTATISTICSCentrope Centrope Centrope CentropeMAP MySQL Postgres Mapserver
  29. 29. Technical ImplementationStatistic data of different origin CentropeSTATISTICSCentrope Centrope Centrope CentropeMAP MySQL Postgres Mapserver  SLD for Map Creation
  30. 30. I. The Centrope RegionII. CentropeMAPIII. CentropeSTATISTICSIV. Technical ImplementationV. Future Perspectives
  31. 31. ProspectsGeodata Infrastructures are a Pan-European Matter INSPIRE – Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community The INSPIRE directive aims to create a European Union spatial data infrastructure. This will enable the sharing of environmental spatial information among public sector organisations and better facilitate public access to spatial information across Europe. Example Project Data harmonisation and access to planning- related data in Europe http://www.plan4all.eu/ (European Network of Best Practises for Interoperability of Spatial Planning Information ) User-generated content, OPEN SOURCE DATA (Open Street Map, …)
  32. 32. Example ProjectPlan4all Harmonisation of spatial planning data according to the INSPIRE directive based on the existing best practises in EU regions and municipalities and the results of current research projects www.plan4all.eu
  33. 33. Example ProjectHarmonisation of Land Use and Land Cover Databases for the creation of value added services www.hlandata.eu Common Data Sharing Infrastructure: Common Web services allowing to visualise, overlay information from different sources PILOT 1: PILOT 2: PILOT 3: LU/LC data national Waste dumps analysis land stratification system information system
  34. 34. European Environment AgencyEuropean Environment Agency (EEA)provides sound, independentinformation on the environment Air pollution Biodiversity Climate change Land use Water cross-border & accessible http://www.eea.europa.eu
  35. 35. Thank you for your attention! www.centropemap.org Contact:Central European Institute of Technology CEIT ALANOVA Concorde Business Park 2/F 2320 Schwechat Austria m.schrenk@ceit.at http://www.ceit.at

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