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  • The partitioning of the environment into 34 data themes has prompted lots of debate on responsibilities of the public sector organisation who hold environmental data. <br /> Inspire impacts all data held by directly or on behalf of public bodies <br /> Universities – may be if doing public task work? <br /> Public organisations to the lowest level of government <br /> Private companies doing a public task, e.g. utilities - possibly <br />
  • Inspire in non-inspire speak ! <br />

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  • (2) INSPIRE principles, components and implementation Vlado Cetl European Commission Joint Research Centre Institute for Environment and Sustainability Digital Earth and Reference Data Unit www.jrc.ec.europa.eu Serving society Stimulating innovation Supporting legislation
  • Outline INSPIRE Directive INSPIRE Principles INSPIRE Components INSPIRE Geoportal INSPIRE Roadmap INSPIRE Maintenance and Implementation • Role of the JRC in INSPIRE • Summary • • • • • • Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 2/32
  • Why Europe needs a spatial data infrastructure (SDI)? •Natural Disasters and as well as other environmental phenomena do not stop at national borders! •20% of the EU citizens (115 million) live within 50 Km from a border • Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 70% of all fresh water bodies in Europe are part of a trans-boundary river basin !! 3/32
  • Building a European SDI is complex •Europe is a patchwork of several countries with different traditions, cultures and socio-economic models • This is reflected in the different ways in which geo-spatial data is managed Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 4/32
  • INSPIRE Directive “Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community” Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 5/32
  • INSPIRE Directive • The INSPIRE directive came into force on 15 May 2007 and will be implemented in various stages, with full implementation required by 2020 • The INSPIRE directive aims to create a European Union (EU) SDI. 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 SDI 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 Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 6/32
  • INSPIRE Directive General rules to establish an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe for • Community environmental policies and policies • Policies or activities which impact on the environment INSPIRE is built on the SDIs established and operated by the Member States Spatial data held by/on behalf of public authorities Does not require collection of new data INSPIRE is a Framework Directive • Detailed technical provisions in Implementing Rules JRC is the technical coordinator Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 7/32
  • A collaborative effort •Transparency and inclusiveness •Stakeholder consultations •Support to Member States on the implementation •Extend INSPIRE to and ensure consistency of different policy domains •Promote INSPIRE in international standardisation Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 8/32
  • INSPIRE Principles • • • • • Data should be collected only once and kept where it can be maintained most effectively It should be possible to combine seamless spatial information from different sources across Europe and share it with many users and applications It should be possible for information collected at one level/scale to be shared with all levels/scales; detailed for thorough investigations, general for strategic purposes Geoinformation needed for good governance at all levels should be readily and transparently available Easy to find what geoinformation is available, how it can be used to meet a particular need, and under which conditions it can be acquired and used Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 9/32
  • INSPIRE Directive & Implementing Rules • The INSPIRE Directive lays down general rules to establish an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe for the purposes of Community environmental policies and policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment • Implementing Rules (IR, legal acts) • • • • • Metadata Interoperability of spatial data sets and services Services (discovery, view, download, transform, invoke) Data and Service sharing (policy) Monitoring & reporting Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 10/32
  • INSPIRE in a nutshell • Comprehensive data inventory (Monitoring & Reporting IR) • Facilitate data discovery through standardised discovery services & metadata (IR on Network Services & Metadata) • Data sharing (IR on Data and Service Sharing) • Facilitate data access by allowing standardised view, download and transformation (IR on Network Services) • Facilitate data use and interoperability by adopting common cross-domain models to exchange data (IR on Data Interoperability) Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 11/32
  • INSPIRE Legal Acts published in the Official Journal of the EU • • • • • • • • • Directive 2007/2/EC (INSPIRE) 14.03.2007 INSPIRE Metadata Regulation 03.12.2008 (corrigendum 15.12.2009) Commission Decision regarding INSPIRE monitoring and reporting 05.06.2009 Regulation on INSPIRE Network Services 19.10.2009 (View and discovery) Regulation on INSPIRE Data and Service Sharing 29.03.2010 Commission Regulation amending Regulation (EC) No 976/2009 as regards download services and transformation services 10.12.2010 Commission Regulation implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services 10.12.2010 (Annex I) Commission Regulation amending Regulation 1089/2010 as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services 05.02.2011 (code list) Annex II+III amendment to Regulation on the interoperability of spatial data sets and services adopted 21.10.2013. European law affecting 30+ countries, 21+ languages Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 12/32
  • INSPIRE IRs vs. TG Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 13/32
  • INSPIRE components Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 14/32
  • INSPIRE data 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. 2. 3. 4. Elevation Land cover Ortho-imagery Geology Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC Annex III 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Statistical units Buildings Soil Land use Human health and safety Utility and governmental services 7. Environmental monitoring facilities 8. Production and industrial facilities 9. Agricultural and aquaculture facilities 10.Population distribution – 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 15/32
  • INSPIRE data themes • Data Interoperability • Regulation on data interoperability for Annex I data themes published in 2010 • Common UML data model for all themes • 2-7 years (after adoption) for MS to make data compliant • Annex II/III data themes ongoing (2013) Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 16/32
  • Metadata • “Data about data” • European Union Regulation (1205/2008) • 2 years for Member States to create metadata (5 years for Annex III) • Technical guidelines material (updated in November 2013) • Metadata Editor for Discovery Metadata • http://inspire-geoportal.ec.europa.eu/editor/ • Metadata Validator (extended to validate as well network services) • http://inspire-geoportal.ec.europa.eu/validator2/ Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 17/32
  • Metadata Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 18/32
  • Network Services • Discovery & View Service Regulation published 2009 • Amendment on Download & Transformation Service published 2010 • Member States to make services available in 2011/13 • Initial Operating Capability Task Force to support Member States in the implementation Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 19/32
  • Network Services • Discovery services  Through metadata and catalogues (DS), publish and find • INSPIRE Data sets • INSPIRE Data set series • INSPIRE Network services • View services  Maps • Download and Transformation services  Download predefined data sets (atom) or data objects (WFS)  Transform coordinates or data models • Invoke and Spatial Data Services  More generic services Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 20/32
  • Data and service sharing •Art. 17 INSPIRE Directive (applicable since May 2009) • MS shall adopt measures to enable public authorities to gain access to spatial data sets and to exchange and use them for the purposes of public tasks that may have an impact on the environment • Public authorities can license data and/or require payment for them • Charges must be kept to the minimum required to ensure the necessary quality and supply of spatial data sets and services together with a reasonable return on investment • Data provided to EU as part of reporting obligation must be free of charge •Regulation published in March 2010 • Access to spatial data sets and services of the Member States by Community institutions and bodies under harmonised conditions • Guidelines and good practice documents 2013 Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 21/32
  • Monitoring and Reporting • Commission Decision 2009/442/EC of 5 June 2009 • Monitoring • According to Commission Decision 2009/442/EC of 5 June 2009 implementing the INSPIRE Directive, EU Member States have to report annually a number of indicators for monitoring the implementation and use of their infrastructures for spatial information • Reporting • Report including i.a. information on the coordinating structures, on the use of the infrastructure for spatial information, on data-sharing agreements and on the costs and benefits of implementing the INSPIRE Directive, is prepared and submitted every three years, starting in 2010 • Guidelines templates and justification document Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 22/32
  • INSPIRE Geoportal Central access point to the INSPIRE infrastructure and resources (operated by the EC)  “The face” of INSPIRE Connection to all MS network services  cross-border data discovery and visualisation  support to European policy making • Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 23/32
  • Implementation Roadmap Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 24/32
  • INSPIRE implementation status • The legal framework has been established • Development of NSDIs across EU according to provisions of the Directive • Many components and services of infrastructure are already in place • Implementation of INSPIRE is entering a new phase (focus is now on MS) • MIF = Maintenance and implementation framework Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 25/32
  • Maintenance and Implementation • Support to the implementation of the IRs, e.g. • • • • • Answering questions around INSPIRE implementation Facilitating the discussion of issues and exchange of experiences between INSPIRE experts in existing groups Implementation/hosting of central infrastructure components Capacity building, development of training material etc. Support to eReporting • Corrective maintenance to IRs, e.g. • • Corrigenda to the MD Regulation and M&R Decision Corrections and bug fixes in TG documents or schemas • Evolutive maintenance of the IRs, e.g. • Taking into account requirements emerging from environmental legislation or developments in technology / standardisation Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 26/32
  • Setting up the INSPIRE MIF Organisation: • Main pillar: Permanent Commission Expert Group on INSPIRE Maintenance & Implementation (MIG)  1 member (plus back-up) proposed by MS  based on successful model of IOC Task Force  Main task: cross-cutting issues, e.g. architecture, registers • In addition: Ad-hoc sub-groups for specific tasks  Members from a “pool of experts” (proposed by SDICs/LMOs)  Tasks: Specific (time-limited) maintenance/implementation tasks Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 27/32
  • Setting up the INSPIRE MIF Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 28/32
  • Role of the JRC in INSPIRE • Overall technical coordination of the INSPIRE Directive • Original role • • • • Preparation of the INSPIRE IR for Metadata, Data specifications, Network services and Interoperability Development and upgrading of the INSPIRE geo-portal Technical coordination with other EU and international initiatives Work with international standardisation bodies (e.g. ISO/TC211, CEN/TC 287 and OGC) • In the meantime the role of has evolved … • • • Implementation and Development Management and coordination of communication with SDIC and LMO CB assessments Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 29/32
  • Summary • INSPIRE provides a comprehensive framework for interoperability of spatial data • Methods and infrastructure components can be re-used for data interoperability in other sectors • Cross-sector & cross-border spatial analysis • INSPIRE is a process • Results and benefits • Data harmonization have just been started! • Challenges … • Establishment of INSPIRE MIF • Evolution of INSPIRE (Powered by INSPIRE) Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 30/32
  • INSPIRE Web page - navigation Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 31/32
  • Vlado Cetl vlado.cetl@jrc.ec.europa.eu http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/ Thank you for your attention! Training: INSPIRE Basics EC JRC 32/32