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Ron  Bloksma: Dutch Spatial Planning SDI Ron Bloksma: Dutch Spatial Planning SDI Presentation Transcript

  • Dutch Spatial Planning SDI
    • Lessons learned from cruel reality
    www.grontmij .com
  • Overview About me Ron Bloksma Consultant Grontmij [email_address] My presentation - Spatial planning in a nutshell - What did we do? - What can you learn from it? My message Paleogeography, neogeography… True innovation requires consolidation. Not running from pilot to pilot, nor everlasting beta-releases
    • Explorers are we intrepid and bold,
    • Out in the world amongst wonders untold,
    • Equipped with a wit, a map, and a snack
    • We’re searching for fun and we’re on the right track
    • © Bill Watterson – the Indispensible Calvin and Hobbs
  • Innovative project Unknown post-project future… start end
  • Spatial Planning
  • Spatial Planning
  • Spatial Planning
  • Spatial Planning
    • Municipalities
    • Legally binding
    • Provinces
    • Detailed vision
    • Government
    • Global vision
    Spatial Planning (443) (12) (5)
  • Spatial Planning
  • Spatial Planning SDI
    • 2000-2006 : Stimulation  speeding up planning process
        • By spatial planning community
        • With a little help from their geo-friends…
        • Results:
          • GML information model
          • semantic comparability standard
          • community, trust
    • 2007-2009 : Implementation  making it work
        • By spatial planning community, Geo & ICT
        • Discovered:
          • we need infrastructure!
          • we need to define who, when
        • Results
          • legislation on digital planning data
          • interoperability standard
          • national facility (SP-Online, see paper )
    • Changes in workflow and responsibilities
    • From January 2010 all new plans digital data sets
    • Digital plans are the authoritative source of information
    • New spatial planning act = SDI foundation
      • Authoritative (spatial) data
      • Organizations
      • Political framework
      • Access, distribution and storage is defined
      • Standards (ISO/OGC)
    The new act
    • People
      • Community
    • Technology
      • Web + true interoperability
      • KISS for data providers
      • Solving complexity on national and provincial level
    • Policy
      • Raw data available for everyone
      • Process legislation : what and who  real use
      • Technical legislation : how  interoperability
    • Spatial planning standards
      • common foundation and mutual understanding
    • Spatial planning data
      • first raw data files, then services
    Results in terms of SDI “ Thematic SDI”
    • Digital sustainability and services
      • How do you store a web service?
    • How to attach GML-schema to an act?
      • Schema it self or the process of maintaining?
    • True technical interoperability
      • Standards require validation
    • An new act is as new software: buggy!
    Some issues
  • Finally: benefits over paper maps…
  • The real lesson learned
  • Lessons learned
    • Process involvement is crucial
      • Who
      • What
      • Why
    • Shifting focus
      • Project  Process
      • Innovation  Consolidation
      • Early adaptors  Critical mass
      • Vision  Making it work
      • Investment  Return on Investment
    • Interoperability
      • All levels
      • True interoperability
  • Typical innovation project… Innovative project without consolidation… start end Maturity Project scope No scope
  • … and consolidation! Innovative project with consolidation! start end Maturity Project scope Process scope
  • SDI… People Spatial Data
  • SDI… People Spatial Data
  • SDI… Spatial Data People Policies Standards Technology
  • SDI… People Policies Standards Technology Spatial Data
  • SDI People Policies Standards Technology Spatial Data
  • SDI… People Policies Standards Technology Spatial Data Process
  • People Policies Standards Technology Spatial Data Costs Proof of Concepts Why Innovation How? Benefits Business case Consolidation Process
  • Interoperability?
    • The ability of two or more autonomous, heterogeneous, distributed digital systems or applications to communicate and cooperate among themselves despite differences in language, context, format or content.
    • The ability of ICT systems and of the business processes they support to exchange data and to enable the sharing of information and knowledge. Interoperability is based on agreements (technical specifications, standards, …).
  • Interoperability! Process interoperability Semantic interoperability Technical interoperability
  • Take home message
    • Process involvement is crucial
    • True innovation requires consolidation
    • Interoperability at all levels
    Innovative project with consolidation! start end Maturity Project scope Process scope
  • My message Paleogeography, neogeography… True innovation requires consolidation. Not running from pilot to pilot, nor everlasting beta-releases Paleogeography, neogeography… True innovation requires consolidation. Not running from pilot to pilot, nor everlasting beta-releases