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Introduction to Collaborative by Nature: Interoperable Geospatial Approaches to the Environment

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Presentation given at the Collaborative by Nature event (#gecoenv) in Cardiff on 11th November 2011.

Presentation given at the Collaborative by Nature event (#gecoenv) in Cardiff on 11th November 2011.

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  • What I will look for in particular is discussion on how the academic sector can help realise some of the benefits of the INSPIRE services that Welsh Gov is currently establishing. Or, How should the public and academic sector be working together to benefit the environment using geospatial interoperability tools.

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  • 1. Collaborative by Nature: Interoperable Geospatial Approaches to the Environment Welsh Government Bldgs, Cathays Park, Cardiff. 11 th November, 2011, Chris Higgins, Workgroup Leader, EDINA
  • 2. Agenda Time Topic Who 1 1130-1135 Welcome Bill Oates, Chris Higgins 2 1135-1145 Introduction Nicola Osborne 3 1145-1210 INSPIRE and Wales Bill Oates 4 1210-1235 NatureLocator project Dave Kilbey 5 1235-1330 Lunch 6 1330-1355 IGIBS project Chris Higgins 7 1355-1420 Wales Environment Research Hub Tim Pagella 8 1420-1445 Environment Systems Steve Keyworth 9 1445-1500 Summary, conclusions Nicola Osborne
  • 3. Themes set presenters
    • INSPIRE
    • Wales
    • JISC
    • Academic sector
    • Future
    • UK Location Programme
    • Benefits