European Location Framework and INSPIRE

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  • (Note the presentation follows the logic of found requirements from ESDIN) ESDIN project (2008-2011) identified user requirements via a number of activities including surveys, interviews and meetings. These revealed that users would like: -More flexible pricing and licensing terms and conditions to enable wider use and “downstream” activities. -Better search and retrieval systems to work with new technology (discovery, view, download, metadata, data quality descriptions, data exchange formats, consistency between datasets, etc), although most users seem prepared to accept what is available as long as it comes with “good enough” descriptions. -Harmonised data (data definitions and classifications, reference and transformation systems, data exchange formats, multilingual services, etc.) for organisations working at a multinational (crossborder, pan-European) level. Similar requirements were found by the user insights study, independent research on key users conducted in the later phase of the project: -Consistent geospatial reference data and identifiers gives a much stronger framework for their analysis -Clear updates and indicators of validity, such as the data origin, will aid integration with user datasets -Trustworthy, quality-assured data will eliminate the need for verification at the user end (In the bottom of the ESDIN slide there is a process description of geoinformation from the user perspective)
  • Remove ’the’ before EuroGeographics
  • The idea is to build on members reference data process based on the idea of master database (urban, rural and remote areas) and then ExM based on databases at regional level (1:100 000-1:250 000). Regional level database would then be generalized to Global database 1:1000 000. NMCAs would provide reference data services providing administrative boundaries, hydro, transport, other topographic data, addresses, buildings, DEMS, Landcover, Geographical Names and Ortho based on ExM/INSPIRE specifications. EG would make a edge-matched database at regional level and global level covering Europe. These datasets would be connected to user datasets like ECRINS, Urban Atlas, Corine Land Cover, Point of Interests, Statistical (part of current EBM), commercial datasets like Teleatlas/Navtech roaddata. EG/NMCAs would provide common services for European Infrastructure like Edge-matching service (based on multiple representation boundary database), quality evaluation service, co-ordinate transformation service, view and download service, EGN+ address location service + number of registry services. INSPIRE Commission service + GMES Reference data sercvices would use the reference data services based on NMCAS for maintaining and updating their reference data. Commercial service integrators would provide data for mass-market applications.
  • The ‘!’ should be a ‘?’
  • With EuroGeoCloud we would acclerate the access to the existing national services, we plan to propose it as one component to future EU funded call (ICT/PSP 2012)
  • Working with you because working together we are stronger

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  • 1. European Location Framework and INSPIRE Antti Jakobsson EuroGeographics Programmes Manager PostGeo WS for Balkan area, Istanbul 18-19 Nov 2011
  • 2. What is EuroGeographics?
    • A not-for profit international association under Belgium law (AISBL)
    • 56 national mapping, land registry and cadastral agencies in 45 European Countries
    • Working to bring interoperable European geospatial reference data for the benefit of society
    • A distributed head-office of 10 people
  • 3. Members in Balkan area Albania ALUIZNI ( Agency of Legalisation Urbanisation and Integration of Informal Zone/Building ) — View agency website Bosnia & Herzegovina Republička uprava za geodetske i imovinsko-pravne poslove Republike Srpske ( Republic Authority for Geodetic and Property Affairs of Republic of Srpska ) — View agency website Federalna uprava za geodetske i imovinsko-pravne poslove ( Federal Administration for Geodetic and Real Property Affairs ) — View agency website Bulgaria Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Agency — View agency website Croatia Drzavna Geodetska Uprava ( State Geodetic Administration of the Republic of Croatia ) — View agency website FYR Macedonia Агенција за катастар на недвижности ( Agency for Real Estate Cadastre ) — View agency website Kosovo Agjencioni Kadastral i Kosovës ( Kosovo Cadastral Agency ) — View agency website Montenegro Uprava za nekretnine Crne Gore ( Real estate administration of Montenegro ) — View agency website Romania Agentia Nationala de Cadastru si Publicitate Imobiliara ( National Agency for Cadastre and Land Registration of Romania ) — View agency website Serbia Republicki geodetski zavod ( Republic Geodetic Authority ) — View agency website Slovenia Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije ( Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia ) — View agency website Turkey Milli Savunma Bakanligi, Harita Genel Komutanligi ( General Command of Mapping ) — View agency website Greece ΓΕΩΓΡΑΦΙΚΗ ΥΠΗΡΕΣΙΑ ΣΤΡΑΤΟΥ ( Hellenic Military Geographical Service ) — View agency website ΟΚΧΕ – ΟΡΓΑΝΙΣΜΟΣ ΚΤΗΜΑΤΟΛΟΓΙΟΥ και ΧΑΡΤΟΓΡΑΦΗΣΕΩΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΟΣ ( Hellenic Mapping & Cadastral Organisation ) — View agency website KTHMATOLOGIO A.E ( KTIMATOLOGIO S.A ) — View agency website
  • 4. What is INSPIRE?
    • The INSPIRE directive came into force on 15 May 2007 and will be implemented in various stages, with full implementation required by 2019.
    • The INSPIRE directive aims to create a European Union (EU) 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.
    • A European Spatial Data Infrastructure will assist in policy-making across boundaries. Therefore the spatial information considered under the directive is extensive and includes a great variety of topical and technical themes.
  • 5. What has been achieved so far
    • Directive 2007
    • Implemeting rules Annex I, Annex II and III in process
    • Commission regulations and decisions
    • Monitoring and reporting
    • State of the play reports
    • Intial Operating Capability Task Force
    • INSPIRE Geoportal first version
    • INSPIRE forum
  • 6. INSPIRE themes
    • Annex I
      • 1 Coordinate reference systems
      • 2 Geographical grid systems
      • 3 Geographical names
      • 4 Administrative units
      • 5 Addresses
      • 6 Cadastral parcels
      • 7 Transport networks
      • 8 Hydrography
      • 9 Protected sites
    • Annex II
      • 1 Elevation
      • 2 Land cover
      • 3 Orthoimagery
      • 4 Geology
    • Annex III
    • 1 Statistical units
    • 2 Buildings
    • 3 Soil
    • 4 Land use
    • 5 Human health and safety
    • 6 Utility and governmental services
    • 7 Environmental monitoring Facilities
    • 8 Production and industrial facilities
    • 9 Agricultural and aquaculture facilities
    • 10 Population distribution and demography
    • 11 Area management/restriction/regulation zones & reporting units
    • 12 Natural risk zones
    • 13 Atmospheric conditions
    • 14 Meteorological geographical features
    • 15 Oceanographic geographical features
    • 16 Sea regions
    • 17 Bio-geographical regions
    • 18 Habitats and biotopes
    • 19 Species distribution
    • 20 Energy Resources
    • 21 Mineral Resources
  • 7. INSPIRE roadmap Implementation Implementation Milestone date Article Description 15-May-2010 21§1 21§2 Implementation of provisions for monitoring and reporting 03-Dec-2010 6(a) Metadata available for spatial data sets and services corresponding to Annex I and II 09-May-2011 16 Member States shall provide the Discovery and View Services with initial operating capability 30-Jun-2011 15 The EC establishes and runs a geo-portal at Community level 19-Oct-2011 17(8) Implementation of Regulation as regards the access to spatial data sets and services of the Member States by Community institutions and bodies under harmonised conditions for new arrangements 09-Nov-2011 16 Discovery and view services operational 28-Jun-2012 16 Member States shall provide the Download Services with initial operating capability 28-Jun-2012 16 Member States shall provide the Transformation Services with initial operating capability 23-Nov-2012 7§3, 9(a) Implementation of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1089/2010 of 23 November 2010 implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services for Newly collected and extensively restructured Annex I spatial data sets available 28-Dec-2012 16 Download services operational 28-Dec-2012 16 Transformation services operational 04-Feb-2013 7§3, 9(a) Implementation of Commission Regulation (EU) No 102/2011 of 4 February 2011 amending Regulation (EU) No 1089/2010 implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services for newly collected and extensively restructured Annex I spatial data sets 19-Apr-2013 17(8) Implementation of Regulation as regards the access to spatial data sets and services of the Member States by Community institutions and bodies under harmonised conditions for existing arrangements 03-Dec-2013 6(b) Metadata available for spatial data corresponding to Annex III October 2015 3 7§3, 9(b) Newly collected and extensively restructured Annex II and III spatial data sets available 23-Nov-2017 7§3, 9(a) Implementation of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1089/2010 of 23 November 2010 implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services for other Annex I spatial data sets still in use at the date of adoption 04-Feb-2018 7§3, 9(a) Implementation of Commission Regulation (EU) No 102/2011 of 4 February 2011 amending Regulation (EU) No 1089/2010 implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services for other Annex I spatial data sets still in use at the date of adoption October 2020 3 7§3, 9(b) Other Annex II and III spatial data sets available in accordance with IRs for Annex II and III 3 Date depending on entry into force of measure
  • 8. State of the play 1 Source:Danny VandenBroucke INSPIRE conference 2011
  • 9. State of the play 2 Source:Danny VandenBroucke INSPIRE conference 2011
  • 10. Are users involved? Source:Danny VandenBroucke INSPIRE conference 2011
  • 11. EO GEO GEOSS EUROGEOSS GMES GGIM UNGEN GSDI GlobalMap UN international boundaries UN-SALB UN Gazetteer Global Europe National Local INSPIRE EEA Eurostat EuroGeographics EUMETSAT Geospatial reference data ISO OGC European interoperability framework NMCAs EUROGI EUROSDR Do we need to do something? CEN
  • 12. What do our stakeholders want?
    • ESDIN user requirement work
    • Regular contacts with key users
    • Our members expertise through Knowledge Exchange Networks
  • 13. ESDIN results – www.esdin.eu (and videos in Youtube)
    • An understanding of user requirements
    • Harmonised specifications for data
    • Transformation rules and services
    • A comprehensive quality assurance approach, including automation of quality evaluation services
    • Generalisation rules and services
    • A modular approach to pricing and licensing and a Geo Product Finder
    • A more efficient way of gaining access to the data – Federations authenticated by Shibboleth
    • Tools for testing the infrastructure
    • Proposals and tools to manage maintenance and updates
    • A solution to technical architecture.
  • 14. Proposed concept for The European Location Framework
    • Set of specifications for reference data and interoperability services
    • Interoperability across resolutions, themes and between countries for topographic, administrative and cadastral reference data .
    • Reference data services implemented by the Member States (NMCAs)
    • Interoperability services by actors
    • Co-ordination by European organizations (e.g. EuroGeographics)
    • Funded by Member States, Commission and users
    • Community of users and other data providers, developers, service intergrators
    European Location Framework GEOSS /
  • 15. The European Location Framework GOALS from the EuroGeographics point of view
    • The concept of reference data –concentrate on the main business of the public sector
    • Work together with other players to create the infrastructure
    • Concentrate on one reference data layer at regional level and derive small scale from it
    • Large scale reference data based on NMCAs distributed services
    • Create tools for NMCAs to provide the data; transformation; edge-matching; quality; generalization, security
    • Build the reference data that others can rely on (UIDs, quality)
    • Align other thematic data like ECRINS with it
    • Make data policy and licensing work
    • Build the community
  • 16. Reference data
    • Reference datasets are a series of datasets that everyone involved with geographic information uses to reference his/her own data as part of their work. They provide a common link between applications and thereby provide a mechanism for sharing knowledge and information amongst people (FGDC, 2005; Rase et al., 2002)
      • It provides an unambiguous location for a user’s information;
      • It enables the merging (aggregating/fusing) of data from various sources;
      • It provides a geographic framework or context to allow others to better understand the spatial information that is being presented;
      • It is subject to a regular data maintenance regime;
      • It is provided from an authoritative source with a mandate, or responsibility, for it’s maintenance and availability.
  • 17. Reference data and services are part of the solution! Reference data Additional and Thematic data Meeting the user requirement NMCAs Other governmental agencies Private industry Cartographic industry EO Service Integration User Application Reference data services Web companies GIS industry ” the Cloud” USERS
  • 18. EG vision on reference data Members Master Sources Admin Hydro Transport Other Topo Addresses Buildings DEM, Landcover, Geographical Names, Ortho, Cadastral Parcels Urban Rural Remote Topo + Cadastre E.L.F. Regional dataset Generalization process Conformance testing Quality Evaluation E.L.F Global dataset Edge-matching service (EuroXBoundary) Generalization process Conformance testing EG+National mapping and Cadastral Agencies Reference data services (view,download) EGN+Address service Quality evaluation service Joint services ECRINS Urban Atlas Corine Land Cover GMES Reference Data Service INSPIRE Commission Service EU Geoportal Google Maps Yahoo Point of Interest Navtech/Teleatlas SEIS Registry services EuroGeo Info Commercial Service Integrators AnnexIII Additional and Thematic data Reference data Reference data Services Applications Service Integration
  • 19. Would it be nice if we would have standard specifications for reference data! Standardization!
  • 20. Resolution and Level of Details Target level of detail Scale 1:2,500,000 1:1,000,000 1,500,000 1,250,000 1,100,000 1,50,000 1:25,000 1:10,000 1:5,000 1:2,500 Global Target level of detail Europe Regional National Local Urban Rural Level of details Mountainous Target level of detail
  • 21. The planned E.L.F 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 Note: Administrative theme covers the whole territory of France (including overseas areas), Denmark (including Greenland and Faroe Islands)
  • 22. E.L.F INSPIRE demonstrator
    • Developed by ESDIN
    • Connecting the national services to a European Service
  • 23. EuroXBoundary Service
    • Based on agreed boundaries at treaty, national master data level and European regional level (EuroBoundaryMap)
    • State Boundaries of Europe project is building the data needed at treaty and national masterdata level including maritime boundaries
  • 24. EuroGeoCloud
    • To link existing national services (WMS, WFS) to create European coverage at large scales
    • Cost effective and easy to build
    • Strong interest in developer community
    • Use cases include industrial risk management, Public Map shop, Emergency Map response, Insurance risk assessement
  • 25. First step: Emergency Response Agreement
    • Need to access available reference data from member states for the GMES Emergency Reponse Service
    • Agreement signed with EEA (and potentially with the Commission)
    • EuroGeographics acts as a first point of contact
    • A network of contacts to be agreed with members for data provision
    • Target to be able to provide geospatial reference data so that GMES emergency response maps may be provided withing 6-24 hours from activation
    • GMES emergency service covers 39 EEA countries
  • 26. Meeting the GMES requirements [1] Topographic maps may contain the following thematic layers: administrative boundaries, hydrography, transport, settlements, vegetation, named locations, monuments, power lines, towers etc. If a pan-European coverage is required at the scale of 1:25.000 to 1:50.000 it is necessary to access the data from a large number of individual regional and national data providers; whereas at scale of 1:100.000 or 1:250.000 a pan-European coverage may be achieved by means of a single coherent dataset though initially often compiled from national maps. [2] Low to medium horizontal resolution corresponds to approximately 30-60 m. – (to be used primarily for rectification of high resolution satellite data) [3] Medium to high horizontal resolution corresponds approximately to 15-30 m. (to be used primarily for rectification of very high satellite data) [4] Critical infrastructure element includes inter alia: schools, hospitals, police and fire stations, airports, etc.   Land Monitoring Service Emergency Response Service Satellite data pre-processing Local Europe Global Europe Global Topographic maps 1:25.000 1:50.000 E.L.F INSPIRE Service or Raster Data E.L.F./INSPIRE service or Raster Data   E.L.F./INSPIRE service or Raster Data E.L.F./INSPIRE service or Raster Data X Topographic maps 1:100.000 1:250.000   EuroBoundaryMap/ EuroRegionalMap   EuroBoundaryMap/ EuroRegionalMap   EuroBoundaryMap/ EuroRegionalMap EuroBoundaryMap/ EuroRegionalMap   Hydrographic data   RDA + ERM hydro RDA+ERM hydro RDA+ERM hydro RDA+ERM hydrso   Digital elevation model 30-60 m   EuroDEM25/30 EuroDEM60 EuroDEM25/30   X Digital elevation model 15-30 m EuroDEM25/30         X Aerial photographic data (0.5 m resolution)   E.L.F ortho         Critical infrastructure elements       EG POIS/ERM EG POSI/ERM  
  • 27. So what is next?
  • 28. Progress plans
    • JRC has intiated EU location framework under ISA programme
    • EuroGeographics is running the European Location Framework task force – open to all interested parties
    • Implementation steps through EU funded projects
    • European Location Strategy paper 2012
    • European datasets and services (continuation of existing datasets) EuroGlobalMap, EuroRegionalMap, EuroBoundaryMap, EuroGeoNames, State boundaries of Europe
    • EuroGeoInfo for information, EuroGeoForum for discussion
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  • 30. Together we are stronger Thank you! Working together we can achieve much more than working apart