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Presentation at the INSPIRE Workshop "Concrete steps to implement INSPIRE: synergies between the public and the private sector" - Florence, 24th June 2013

Presentation at the INSPIRE Workshop "Concrete steps to implement INSPIRE: synergies between the public and the private sector" - Florence, 24th June 2013

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  • 1.  One of the biggest GIS-Software Application Companies in Europe • German Company (Offices Sites in Bonn, Munich and Berlin) • More then 200 employees in AED-SICAD AG • More than 10.000 licenses and 2000 customers all over the world  State-of-the-art and ready-to-use GIS applications for land management / cadastre and utilities  AED-SICAD signed with Esri Inc in July 2011 a Platinum Partner Contract • AED-SICAD is the only ESRI Platinum Partner outside of North America Concrete steps to implement INSPIRE: synergies between the public and the private sectorJune 24, 2013 1 AED-SICAD AG
  • 2. 4 Countries 4 Formats 5 Coordinate reference systems 6 Data models 8 Data sources 1 Shared aim: Concrete steps to implement INSPIRE: synergies between the public and the private sectorJune 24, 2013 2 The Lake Constance Region Goes INSPIRE
  • 3. Results and benefits Concrete steps to implement INSPIRE: synergies between the public and the private sectorJune 24, 2013 3  Cross-border transformation of spatial data successful  Data from multiple countries and source formats can be combined  Transformation does not depend on specific formats or a conceptual schema  Currently available software is able to “implement INSPIRE”  International cooperation of data providers, universities and the GIS-industry successful -> Free-To-Use demo application available: http://www.rtg.bv.tum.de