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Integrating heterogeneous Geodata in an Open Source Geoportal

Integrating heterogeneous Geodata in an Open Source Geoportal

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    • 1. Integrating heterogeneous Geodata in an Open Source Geoportal Alain Buogo, David Oesch, René Sonney Federal Office of Topography Dr. Christine Giger Swiss National Contact Point for INSPIRE
    • 2. Overview
      • The Swiss Background
        • Legal Situation
        • Organisational Issues
      • Swiss Federal Geoportal geo.admin.ch
        • Mapping Component map.geo.admin.ch
        • FOSS Components
        • WMTS on the Cloud
      • Swiss National Geoportal e-geo.ch
        • Mock-up
        • Architecture
      INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh
    • 3. The Swiss Background Legal Situation
    • 4. The Swiss background
      • Legal situation
      • Art. 75a of the Federal Constitution:
      • Mensuration/ measurement
          • The national measurement is under the control of the Confederation.
          • The Confederation legislates on the cadastral survey.
          • It can legislate on the harmonisation of official geo information .
      • Adopted by the Swiss people in 2004
      INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh
    • 5. The Swiss background
      • Legal situation
      • National Act on Geoinformation
        • Is fully compliant to the INSPIRE directive (without reporting obligation to EU bodies)
        • Represents a similar legal basis to Switzerland as the national acts do for the EU Member States
        • Goes beyond the INSPIRE directive by involving all geoinformation (not restricted to environmental themes), referred to by a Swiss legislation or decree
          • The respective regulation lists over 178 data themes (of which 75 concern the environment) for which metadata, a minimal federal data model and geoservices (e.g. visualisation and download) have to be provided
      INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh
    • 6. The Swiss Background Organizational Issues
    • 7. The Swiss background
      • Organizational Issues
        • Cantons transpose the national act by introducing their own cantonal laws on Geoinformation
        • Cantons and municipalities organize, implement and handle their own local SDIs (over 30 local portals!)
        • cities and cantons or several cantons provide regional SDIs
        • Public but also PPP and private providers
        • Access through Geoportals
        • Portals of the Cantons are accessible through KKGEO Web site
        • The Swiss Federation provides a Federal Geoportal for the access to all thematic portals of federal offices
        • NSDI coordination through e-geo.ch
      INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh
    • 8. e-geo.ch National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) Basic Geoinformation Metadata Basic Geoservices Technical Infrastructure Standards Legal basis Strategy for distribution and pricing Education Training Network e-geo.ch
    • 9.  
    • 10. The Swiss Federal Geoportal
    • 11. Swiss Federal Geoportal geo.admin.ch
      • geo.admin.ch
        • portal of the Swiss Federation
        • swisstopo acts as service provider
        • Integrates > 20 thematic portals of the federal offices
      • Numbers (as of 1.1.2011)
        • 500‘000‘000 tiles
        • 10‘000 visitors/day, peak > 35‘000 visitors/day
        • 1‘300 delivered tiles/sec
        • 110 thematic maps
        • 5 languages
    • 12. Swiss Federal Geoportal geo.admin.ch INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh
    • 13. The Swiss Federal Geoportal Mapping Component
    • 14. Mapping component map.geo.admin.ch INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh
    • 15. The Swiss Federal Geoportal FOSS Components
    • 16. Scalable Open Source Stack of « map.geo.admin.ch »
    • 17. The Swiss Federal Geoportal WMTS on the Cloud
    • 18. On-Premise & Cloud: the best of both worlds
    • 19. Scalable Cloud Architecture of « map.geo.admin.ch »
    • 20. Scalable Cloud Architecture of « map.geo.admin.ch » more Power for « map.geo.admin.ch » in less than 2h!
    • 21. More info on geo.admin.ch
      • Portal  www.geo.admin.ch
      • Map Viewer  map.geo.admin.ch
      • API /Mashup  api.geo.admin.ch
      • Twitter  www.twitter.com/swiss_geoportal
      • BETA Mobile  mobile.map.geo.admin.ch
      • Questions?
      •  [email_address]
    • 22. The Swiss National Geoportal
    • 23. Swiss National Geoportal e-geo.ch INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh
    • 24. The Swiss National Geoportal Mock-up INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh
    • 25.
      • Content Management System
      • User Management
      • Content Maintenance
      • Layout
      Map Viewer Location Search Metadata Search Map Management News Reader
    • 26. The Swiss National Geoportal Architecture
    • 27. National Geoportal National Spatial Data Infrastructure Services General Services Services of NSDI Special Portal Services Content Management System Portals of NSDI
    • 28. The Swiss National Geoportal
      • First operational version expected: end of 2011
      • e-geo.ch project
      • Providing access to the following services:
        • Geocat.ch
        • WMS and WMTS of the federal SDI
        • Aggregation server (WMS and WMTS) of the cantonal SDI, providing harmonized and aggregated data of the cantons (and Liechtenstein) on specific topics (e.g. cadastre)
    • 29. Thank you for your attention!
      • INSPIRE NCP in Switzerland:
      • Dr. Christine Giger
      • [email_address]
      • Tel.: +41-44-881 75 12
      • http://www.geo.admin.ch/inspire
      INSPIRE Conference 2011 - Edinburgh