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  • 1. D9.7.4 Workshops and Conferences ECP-2008-GEO-318007 Plan4all Workshops and Conferences Deliverable number D9.7.4 Dissemination level Public Delivery date 30th April 2011 Status Final Author(s) UWB, EUROGI eContentplus This project is funded under the eContentplus programme1,a multiannual Community programme to make digital content in Europe more accessible, usable and exploitable.1 OJ L 79, 24.3.2005, p. 1. 1/12
  • 2. D9.7.4 Workshops and ConferencesTable of Contents1. Plan4all workshop during the Conference on Spatial Planning ............................................. 32. University seminar on spatial planning .................................................................................. 53. Workshop during the GIS Ostrava 2011 Conference Meeting .............................................. 64. Plan4all Data Harmonisation Workshop ................................................................................ 65. Spatial Planning in Europe in terms of INSPIRE .................................................................. 86. Plan4all Workshops for Stakeholders .................................................................................... 97. Plan4all workshops already convened by EUROGI ............................................................ 108. Technical Meeting in Olomouc ............................................................................................ 11References ................................................................................................................................ 12 2/12
  • 3. D9.7.4 Workshops and ConferencesDuring the period from October 2010 until April 2011 there were organised several Plan4allworkshops. The summary below excludes the ones organised by EUROGI members. Thereports from all the EUROGI Communication and Dissemination Workshops (a list of thosealready held is included in this report) will be submitted by the end of the project, October2011.1. Plan4all workshop during the Conference on SpatialPlanningDate: 13th October 2010Venue: Rome, Italy 3/12
  • 4. D9.7.4 Workshops and ConferencesThe programme of the Conference: 4/12
  • 5. D9.7.4 Workshops and Conferences2. University seminar on spatial planningDate: 26th October 2010 5/12
  • 6. D9.7.4 Workshops and ConferencesVenue: Pilsen, Czech Republic3. Workshop during the GIS Ostrava 2011 Conference MeetingDate: 24th January 2011Venue: Ostrava, Czech RepublicAgenda:  Plan4all (Tomas Mildorf) 15 minutes  Help forest (Petr Horak) 15 minutes  Geoportal4everybody (Karel Charvat) 15 minutes  HSLayers (Jachym Cepicky) 15 minutes  Briseide + SDI-EDU (Karel Janecka) 15 minutes  Discussion 30 minutes4. Plan4all Data Harmonisation WorkshopDate: 14 – 16 February 2011Venue: Riga, Latvia Sunday, 13th February, 2011 Arrival: Suggested hotel: http://www.alberthotel.lv/default-en.html Monday, 14th February, 2011 Place of the Workshop: The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia (IMCS UL) http://www.lumii.lv/?lang=en 09:00 Opening of the Workshop. Introduction of the Latvian partners and Plan4all partners 09: 20 Theory of harmonisation and principals, Explanation of the harmonisation problems (T.6.1), Karel Charvat (HSRS) 10:20 The Plan4all conceptual data model explanation. Otakar Cerba, Karel Jedlicka and Jan Jezek (UWB):  Introduction into P4A data models  Present an example of one data model (to understand the way, how they are documented)  Short description of UML Class Diagram concepts and introduction to feature catalogues.  Individual study of Plan4All data models (it is necessary to prepare printed materials for each partner group) connected with individual consultations with partners involved in data modelling tasks. Every partner providing data must be able to understand of data models. This part of workshop will be used as evaluation process of data models. D4.2 deliverable will be used as reference material (please take printed version) 11.20 Coffee break 6/12
  • 7. D9.7.4 Workshops and Conferences 11:40 Plan4all conceptual data model explanation. Otakar Cerba, Karel Jedlicka and Jan Jezek (UWB):  Individual study of data models (it is necessary to prepare printed materials for each partner group) connected with individual consultations with partners involved in data modelling tasks. Every partner providing data must be able to understand of data models. This part of workshop will be used as evaluation process of data models. 13: 00 Lunch break 13:50 Interactive work on sample data model Conclusion and discussion upon particular data models of partners responsible for Content Deployment (WP7) – Petr Horak (HF) 15:45 Coffee break 16:00 Continuous of the previous session (WP7) – Petr Horak (HF) 17:00 Closure of the day 19:30 Dinner (∼15-25 EUR/per participant) thTuesday, 15 February, 2011 9:00 Departure from the hotel “Alberts” to Jelgava (by bus) 10:00 Overview of existing tools supporting data harmonisation, training with concrete software - how is it possible to use Desktop GIS for data transformation, existing software, how harmonisation could run. Otakar Cerba, Karel Jedlicka and Jan Jezek (UWB):  Arc GIS Model Builder  PostGIS  Humboldt tools  GeoKettle 12:00 Lunch break 13:00  How could be defined transformation model, what are tasks of transformation  ZPR Example  Searching of harmonisation items and steps of particular data models created by partners – individual work connected with consultations of UWB team Result: description of the harmonisation steps for particular models 16:00 Coffee break 16:15 Validation of data models to be implemented (WP8) 16:45 Closure of the day 17:00 Departure to the Riga ( Visit of Lido in Riga, Krasta street) the costs ∼20 EUR/per participantWednesday, 16th FebruaryPlace of the Workshop: The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science,University of Latvia (IMCS UL) http://www.lumii.lv/?lang=en 9:00-10:00  E-learning tool developed by SDI EDU project as possibility for preparation on data harmonization lectures 10:00-11:00  How to implement services for web based data transformation 11:00 Coffee break 7/12
  • 8. D9.7.4 Workshops and Conferences 11:20  Training on concrete regional examples  Individual consultation 14:00 Closure of the workshop5. Spatial Planning in Europe in terms of INSPIREDate: 24 February 2011Venue: Brussels, BelgiumProgram:  14.00 Welcome and Introduction, ISOCARP  14.10 Needs on Spatial Datasets by spatial planning projects - Dirk Engelke ISOCARP  14.30 The Plan4all Project - Tomas Mildorf, Manfred Schrenk, Runar Bergheim  14.50 The INSPIRE Initiative and the spatial planning aspects - François Salgé  15.10 Coffee Break 8/12
  • 9. D9.7.4 Workshops and Conferences  15.30 Humboldt: Spatial Harmonisation for Integrated Urban Monitoring, David Ludlow, UWE  15.40 European CCR and Urban Monitoring - Ronan Uhel, Head Urban Environment Unit, EEA  16.00 Spatial Planning and INSPIRE – information requirements and presentation, Robin Waters FRICS RSW Geomatics London  16.20 Spatial planning; the Real Estate Industry and Spatial Data Infrastructure - Prof. Angus McIntosh FRICS, Head of Research King Sturge LLP London  16.40 Experts Discussion and conclusionsAll the presentations and minutes from the meeting are available online athttp://www.plan4all.eu/simplecms/?menuID=29&articleID=86&action=article&presenter=ArticleDetail6. Plan4all Workshops for StakeholdersDate: 6th December 2010Venue: Valletta, MaltaProgram:1. Introduction by Jesmond Xuereb (FTZ).The project focuses on “seven spatial data themes as outlined in Annex II and III of theINSPIRE Directive [which are the following: Land cover, land use, utility and governmentalservices, production and industrial facilities, agriculture and aquaculture facilities, areamanagement/restriction/regulation zones and reporting units and natural risk zones” (Plan4all,2010).2. Presentation by Lawrence Attard3. DiscussionMITA has taken over responsibility for the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive overfrom MEPA. And ether than taking a top-down approach, a bottom-up approach needs to betaken.We need to draft a series of data sets. We need to follow implementation rules. One can onlygather data through metadata format. Data must be in pure GI (Geography Information)Format. Each spatial data theme must be taken care of by the relevant authorities and bodies.So for example, regarding the seven themes:• land cover and land use – to be taken care of by MEPA 9/12
  • 10. D9.7.4 Workshops and Conferences• utility and governmental services – to be taken care of by LANDS/MEPA• production and industrial facilities – to be taken care of by WASTESERV• agriculture and aquaculture facilities – to be taken care of by FISHERIES ANDAGRICULTURE• area management/restriction/regulation zones – to be taken care of by LANDS/MaltaEnterprise• reporting units and natural risk zones – MIP/WASTSERVOur aim is not to implement the seven spatial data themes but to identify which spatial datafrom the seven themes outlined above is available for Malta.4. ConclusionFrom this workshop, we have seen that data is too scattered to be recorded. Therefore, wemust have one-to-one meetings with every stakeholder and see how we are going to reach anagreement on collecting metadata. Every organisation must have the same format andcommon software must be developed.7. Plan4all workshops already convened by EUROGIThe documents produced by the workshop convened by the EUROGI members will bepublished by the end of the project. The table lists the workshops that were already held. MEETING EUROGI LOCATION DATE REF. Member PLAN4ALL national AMFM GIS Rome IT 06th http://www.amfm.it/attivita/confe workshop – Italy Italy October renza2010/2.php 2010 PLAN4ALL national IRLOGI Dublin IE 14th http://www.irlogi.ie/GISIreland2010 workshop – Ireland October _Agenda.pdf 2010 PLAN4ALL national AGEO Vienna AT 23rd http://www.ageo.at/aktuelles/rau workshop – Austria November mplanung 2010 PLAN4ALL national LISA Reykjavik IS 03rd http://www.landupplysingar.is/inde workshop – Iceland February x.php?option=com_jevents&task=ical 2011 repeat.detail&evid=54&Itemid=0&ye ar=2011&month=02&day=03&uid=73 48624fd9d2e9e5df3e7af053f8a4e4&l ang=is PLAN4ALL national GEONOVUM Amersfoort 03rd http://www.geonovum.nl/agenda/r workshop – NL February o-standaarden/bros-meets-inspire Netherlands 2011 10/12
  • 11. D9.7.4 Workshops and Conferences PLAN4ALL national HUNAGI Budapest 03rd http://unsdihu.blogspot.com/search workshop – Hungary HU March ?updated-min=2011-01- 2011 01T00%3A00%3A00%2B01%3A00&upda ted-max=2012-01- 01T00%3A00%3A00%2B01%3A00&max- results=4 PLAN4ALL national GEOFORUM Middelfart 14th http://www.geoforum.dk/Default.a workshop – DK March spx?ID=8740&gmId=204 Denmark 2011 PLAN4ALL national CEKTRA Ljubljana SI 19th April http://en.cektra.org/events/confer workshop – 2011 ences/plan4all/ Slovenia8. Technical Meeting in OlomoucDate: 14 - 15 April 2011Venue: Olomouc, Czech RepublicAgenda:Thursday  9:00 - 10:30 - Welcome. Discussion on the concept, presentation of structure of the D.2 report  10:30 - 11:00 - Coffee / tea break  11:00 - 12:30 - Presentation of the existing solution in Sumperk, Olomouc and other partners  12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch  13:30 - 15:00 - Specification of problems and their solution – modification of the conceptual models, source and target data structures, ways how to transform data, publication  15:30 - 15:30 - Coffee / tea break  15:30 - 17:00 - Solution of problemsFriday  9:00 -10:30 - Solution of problems, Individual work  10:30 - 11:00 - Coffe / tea break  11:00 - 12:30 - Agreement on next steps and next technical meetings, modification of the structure of the D.2 report on the basis of meeting comments, conclusion  12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch  13.30 Goodbye and closing 11/12
  • 12. D9.7.4 Workshops and ConferencesReferencesINSPIRE Directive: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/JOHtml.do?uri=OJ:L:2007:108:SOM:EN:HTMLINSPIRE Website: http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/Plan4all Grant Agreement, Annex I - Description of Work 12/12