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  • The Head Office of Geodesy and Cartography 06.03.2013 Hannover
  •  Project foundation Geoportal 2 in pieces Cooperation Benefits Project in numbers 2
  • Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community INSPIRE Goal: facilitation of access to spatial information and reduction of costs of data acquisition Idea: interoperability – possibility to combine spatial datasets and network services Recipient: public administration Target users : public administration, business and citizens 3 View slide
  • Project value: 25 million € 85% European found 15% State budged 4 View slide
  • source: „INSPIRE Network Services Architecture v3.0” 5
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  • Data Data beneficiaries User’s application Analyst’s application Dispatcher’s application User’s application of mobile devices 11
  • UKEPLI CBD UMM 112 emergency call Public telephone network centers (all country) Stationary and mobile Telecom. operator 112 Location of events 12
  • MAC IMiGW MZ ePUAP European CPI PRM Commision Local governments GUS SDI TERYT DANE UKE PZGIK MSW KGP, KGSP MTBiGM Head Office of Geodesy and Universal Map Cartography Module GEOPORTAL MKiDN Instytut MG Łączności MPiPS MSZINSPIRE MŚ MRRPZGIK MEN MRiRW UMM 13
  • Public registers open for common useBuilding the society based on knowledgeSupporting a competitive economyIncreased activity in business and investmentsCreating opportunities to develop services and new productsIncreased security of citizens and protection of their property 14
  • Increasing Harmonisation Cooperation Increase of quality the efficiency of standards Services oriented Transparency Efficient useControl of processes at citizens in decision making of state resources and businesses Monitoring of the Support for implementation The tool for research, Supportthe creation of public spatial analysis and for environmental of national, regionaladministration policy modelling protection and local policy Supports development of knowledge based society and knowledge based economy 15
  • IncreasedSavings for the incomes to State Budget the State Budget 16
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  • Production environment:• 52 application servers• more over 400 GB RAM• more over 200 CPU• more over 15 TB of dataTest & training environment :• 26 application servers• more over 200 GB RAM• more over 100 CPU 19
  • Citizens Benefits EntrepreneursRecipient Public administration Improving the Geodetic and Cartographic Service quality of spatial dataNeeds • Providing access to current and reliable geospatial data (reference data) Facilitate access to spatial data • Support for the analysis of spatial reference data and custom geospatial data • Support for the implementation of the tasks related to disaster management IIP development • Support in managing data with a geospatialProducts Increasing the Geoportal use of spatial • PZGiK Spatial data sharing data SDI module • IIP development • Create your own SDI nodes capable of storing, managing and sharing of spatial data at the disposal of an entity Universal Map Module Implementatio • Analytical tools to enable the implementation of data-based analysis of a geospatial n of INSPIRE Harmonization’s tools 20 • Create, validate metadata management for those who are obliged to harmonize data
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