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INPUT 2012 – Cagliari, 11 May 2012                by Corrado Iannucci1, Luca Congedo2, Michele Munafò31 Sapienza Universit...
The monitoring of Land Use/Land Cover (LULC) changes is aprimary need for Spatial Planning.The assessment of LULC changes ...
•   Introduction•   Spatial Data Infrastructures•   Urban sprawl•   Landscape Metrics Indices•   INSPIRE Directive•   Plan...
• Spatial Data and Planning• Data Interoperability  • Themes  • Metadata  • Administrative levels  • Data heterogeneity   ...
• Cross-theme interoperability• Data quality• Data sharing services   • Discovering   • Viewing   • Downloading• Data inte...
• Evolution of cities: «egg analogy»• Urban sprawl: unplanned, low-density urban expansion    • impacts on natural resourc...
Formula                                                               Unit                                                ...
Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the   Council of 14 March 2007 establishing an Infrastructure for   ...
“A Conceptual Model for Developing InteroperabilitySpecifications in Spatial Data Infrastructures”• conceptual framework o...
• Co-funded by the Community programme eContentplus  • Objective:      • build spatial planning data models and metadata p...
“Plan4all Project, Interoperability for Spatial Planning”• Excursus of the work• Achievementshttp://www.plan4all.eu/extrac...
Annex I                             •   17. Land use• 1. Coordinate reference systems   •   18. Human health and safety• 2...
Annex I                             •   17. Land use• 1. Coordinate reference systems   •   18. Human health and safety• 2...
• INSPIRE Planned Land Use application schema                                                1                    2       ...
• Simplified UML view of the Plan4all Land Use data model                                       2                         ...
Conceptual                                                     models Urban               Local                           ...
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  1. 1. INPUT 2012 – Cagliari, 11 May 2012 by Corrado Iannucci1, Luca Congedo2, Michele Munafò31 Sapienza University, Rome, Italy.2 DICEA Department of Civil, Constructional and Environmental Engineering, Sapienza University, Rome, Italy.3 ISPRA Italian National Institute for Environmental Protection and Research, Rome, Italy.
  2. 2. The monitoring of Land Use/Land Cover (LULC) changes is aprimary need for Spatial Planning.The assessment of LULC changes requires the use of various datasources and spatial analysis.Spatial phenomena like urban sprawl, often concern severaladministrative entities and levels.Therefore Spatial Planning processes need to share homogeneousspatial data, coming from different administrations.This study analyses the data interoperability issue in the context ofINSPIRE Directive and Plan4all Project.
  3. 3. • Introduction• Spatial Data Infrastructures• Urban sprawl• Landscape Metrics Indices• INSPIRE Directive• Plan4all Project• Data models: application schemas• Conclusions
  4. 4. • Spatial Data and Planning• Data Interoperability • Themes • Metadata • Administrative levels • Data heterogeneity • Formats and types • Conceptual data models • Aggregation levels • Classifications rules • Multitemporal data Adapted From: Tóth, K., et al. (2012) A Conceptual Model for Developing Interoperability Specifications in Spatial Data Infrastructures European Commission, European Commission JRC
  5. 5. • Cross-theme interoperability• Data quality• Data sharing services • Discovering • Viewing • Downloading• Data interoperability in SDI• Definition of data specifications: • data models • metadata profiles
  6. 6. • Evolution of cities: «egg analogy»• Urban sprawl: unplanned, low-density urban expansion • impacts on natural resources • impacts on people’s livelihoods• Monitoring urban sprawl: Landscape Metrics Indices From: Vancutsem D. (2011), Spatial planning and ICT, in Salvemini M., Vico F. and Iannucci C. , eds., Interoperability for spatial planning, Plan4all Project, Brussels BE.
  7. 7. Formula Unit ha % n° ha m/ha n° [1 , ∞] n° [1 , 2]From: McGarigal K. and Marks B. J. (1995), FRAGSTATS: Spatial Pattern Analysis Program for Quantifying Landscape Structure. USDA Forest Service GTR PNW-351.
  8. 8. Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007 establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) • Interoperability • Reuse of old data • 34 data themes Implementing Rules Fully mandatory mandatory adopted for new for old data data end-2012 2014 2019http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu
  9. 9. “A Conceptual Model for Developing InteroperabilitySpecifications in Spatial Data Infrastructures”• conceptual framework of INSPIREhttp://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/documents/Data_Specifications/IES_Spatial_Data_Infrastructures_(online).pdf
  10. 10. • Co-funded by the Community programme eContentplus • Objective: • build spatial planning data models and metadata profiles according to the INSPIRE principles • focus on spatial planning as a whole process • Concluded in 2011http://www.plan4all.eu
  11. 11. “Plan4all Project, Interoperability for Spatial Planning”• Excursus of the work• Achievementshttp://www.plan4all.eu/extractor/fileReader.php?file=plan4all-book-web.pdf
  12. 12. Annex I • 17. Land use• 1. Coordinate reference systems • 18. Human health and safety• 2. Geographical grid systems • 19. Utility and governmental services• 3. Geographical names • 20. Environmental monitoring facilities• 4. Administrative units • 21. Production and industrial facilities• 5. Addresses • 22. Agricultural and aquaculture facilities• 6. Cadastral parcels • 23. Population distribution – demography• 7. Transport networks • 24. Area management/restriction/regulation• 8. Hydrography zones & reporting units• 9. Protected sites • 25. Natural risk zonesAnnex II • 26. Atmospheric conditions• 10. Elevation • 27. Meteorological geographical features• 11. Land cover • 28. Oceanographic geographical features• 12. Ortho-imagery • 29. Sea regions• 13. Geology • 30. Bio-geographical regionsAnnex III • 31. Habitats and biotopes• 14. Statistical units • 32. Species distribution• 15. Buildings • 33. Energy Resources• 16. Soil • 34. Mineral resources
  13. 13. Annex I • 17. Land use• 1. Coordinate reference systems • 18. Human health and safety• 2. Geographical grid systems • 19. Utility and governmental services• 3. Geographical names • 20. Environmental monitoring facilities• 4. Administrative units • 21. Production and industrial facilities• 5. Addresses • 22. Agricultural and aquaculture facilities• 6. Cadastral parcels • 23. Population distribution – demography• 7. Transport networks • 24. Area management/restriction/regulation• 8. Hydrography zones & reporting units• 9. Protected sites • 25. Natural risk zonesAnnex II • 26. Atmospheric conditions• 10. Elevation • 27. Meteorological geographical features• 11. Land cover • 28. Oceanographic geographical features• 12. Ortho-imagery • 29. Sea regions• 13. Geology • 30. Bio-geographical regionsAnnex III • 31. Habitats and biotopes• 14. Statistical units • 32. Species distribution• 15. Buildings • 33. Energy Resources• 16. Soil • 34. Mineral resources
  14. 14. • INSPIRE Planned Land Use application schema 1 2 3
  15. 15. • Simplified UML view of the Plan4all Land Use data model 2 1 3 From: Camerata F. , Čerba O., Del Fatto V., Sebillo M. and Vico F. (2011), Plan4all Data Models Definitions, in Salvemini M., Vico F. and Iannucci C., eds. (2011), Interoperability for Spatial Planning, Plan4all Project, Brussels BE.
  16. 16. Conceptual models Urban Local Data SDI Data and Interoperability Sprawl Harmonization among models Indicators Data National Specifications data Flexible Data specifications International Transformation data Interoperability Need for testingPlanning Open data Web publishing Servicesprocesses
  17. 17. Thank you for your attention.
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