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Spatial data infraestructure ID-Patri

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“An SDI is a standardized system composed of a set of computing resources whose aim is to visualize and manage Geographic Information available online.”
“This system enables, through a simple Web browser or services, users can find, view, use and combine Geographic Information according to your needs.”

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Spatial data infraestructure ID-Patri

  1. 1. Spatial Data Infrastructure of Cultural Heritage 30 June 2014 Emilio Abad Vidal Senior Technician GIS CESGA
  2. 2. Spatial Data Infrastructure of Cultural Heritage Spatial Data Infrastructure of Cultural Heritage IDEPATRI by Emilio Abad Vidal is licensed under a Creative Commons Reconocimiento-CompartirIgual 4.0 Internacional License.
  3. 3. “An SDI is a standardized system composed of a set of computing resources whose aim is to visualize and manage Geographic Information available online.” “This system enables, through a simple Web browser or services, users can find, view, use and combine Geographic Information according to your needs.” Spatial Data Infraestructure (SDI)
  4. 4. “An SDI is a standardized system composed of a set of computing resources whose aim is to visualize and manage Archaeological Information available online.” “This system enables, through a simple Web browser or services, users can find, view, use and combine Archaeological Information according to your needs.” Spatial Data Infraestructure (SDI)
  5. 5. Archaeological Information looks a lot like Geographic Information
  6. 6. GEPN and SDI Primary need to provide the research group a system that allows all members to contribute and have accessible information, and agreed on a COMMON BACKGROUND http://gepn.jimdo.com/
  7. 7. REQUIREMENTS
  8. 8. Need for updated information The Archaeological Information is highly changeable The Archaeological Information is costly, therefore it must be able to be reused the largest possible number of times
  9. 9. Need for updated information A company or researcher generates its own data in constant flux
  10. 10. Need for updated information But everyone do the same
  11. 11. Need for instant information Information needs to be available on demand immediately, which means saving time and effort This implies that information distribution centers must have agility in delivery
  12. 12. Need for instant information ? Since the generation of data to its availability uncertain situations are created
  13. 13. Need for instant information
  14. 14. The ubiquitous access as a solution The information is in the hands of who produces or distributes (institutions, organizations, companies, universities, ...) and more rapid, broad and ubiquitous access is being performed via Internet networks
  15. 15. The ubiquitous access as a solution
  16. 16. ARCHAEOLOGICAL INFORMATION IN SDI SPIRIT Principles Establishment of agreements between data producers to maintain basic information considered Using standards in the creation of archaeological information Technological agreements to achieve interoperable information Establishment of policies, partnerships and agreements to increase data availability
  17. 17. In Europe in 2001 appears INSPIRE (INfraestructure for SPatial InfoRmation in Europe) Its function is to establish principles and mechanisms for the creation of a European SDI level to harmonize information between member countries from national, regional or local scales data.
  18. 18. In 2007, Directive 2007/2/EC of the published European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007, published in the Official Journal of the EU (OJEU) on 25 April 2007. http://www.idee.es/resources/leyes/DIRECTIVA_2007_2_CE_ES.pdf
  19. 19. In 2010, Law 14/2010 is published on 5 July incorporated into Spanish law Directive 2007/2/EC ensuring compliance http://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2010/07/06/pdfs/BOE-A-2010-10707.pdf
  20. 20. Directive 2007/2/EC - Data Types Fuente: Carlos Fernández Freire CCHS - CSIC
  21. 21. 2009 - 2012
  22. 22. 2009 - 2012 Desenvolvemento dun modelo de datos Arqueolóxico para a Idade de Ferro en Galicia Programa Sectorial de Investigación Aplicada, PEME I+D Suma. Tecnoloxía Sociedade e Cultura (SEC), financiado por el programa PGIDIT de la Dirección Xeral de I+D, Consellería de Economía e Industria de la Xunta de Galicia (proyecto 09SEC002CT)
  23. 23. http://idepatri.cesga.es/ 2013 - 2014
  24. 24. Protected Site Inventory Context Analysis Ceramics Anthracological Carpology Carbon 14 ... Intervention Record field
  25. 25. A common data model
  26. 26. Interfaces and standardized procedures for data creation
  27. 27. Light viewer
  28. 28. FEATURES • Navegation • Identification • Query
  29. 29. AVAILABLE INFORMATION
  30. 30. AVAILABLE INFORMATION- Identify / Location
  31. 31. AVAILABLE INFORMATION – Predesigned querys
  32. 32. AVAILABLE INFORMATION - Multiescale
  33. 33. Intervention in A Rocha Castle
  34. 34. Anthracological Studies – María Martín Integration of multiple interventions
  35. 35. Opportunity to test a complete system • Data creation • Treatment of geographic and alphanumeric data • From Data to Information • Generating results through Reports • From sites and intervention to Museum
  36. 36. Documentation process that ensures TRACEABILITY from the FIELD to MUSEUM
  37. 37. Intervention in A Rocha Castle REQUIREMENTS Fieldwork. Direct documentation on the Site. Different teams with different physical locations. Shared information. Preparation of monthly reports. Preparation of final report. Access via the Web.
  38. 38. Intervention in A Rocha Castle Approach new challenges demands a “hot job”
  39. 39. Intervention in A Rocha Castle PROCESSES Take direct data on the site Readings with total station. ETRS89 Stratigraphic contexts Gathering materials Analytical evidence Study materials Study samples
  40. 40. Intervention in A Rocha Castle PROCESSES Restoration Structures Materials Reporting and memories (Trapped information)
  41. 41. Intervention in A Rocha Castle TOOLS
  42. 42. Intervention in A Rocha Castle TOOLS
  43. 43. Intervention in A Rocha Castle TOOLS
  44. 44. Intervention in A Rocha Castle WORK FLOW Stratigraphic record Record of evidence Drawing field Photographic record Field documentation 3 G ≈ 5.500 RED
  45. 45. Intervention in A Rocha Castle WORK FLOW Shared access – Creating information 3 G RED Ceramic analysis Restoration Context Samples Graphic record
  46. 46. Intervention in A Rocha Castle WORK FLOW Shared access – Final Products WMS
  47. 47. Intervention in A Rocha Castle RESULTS DATA SHEETS – STRATIGRAPHIC CONTEXT
  48. 48. Intervention in A Rocha Castle RESULTS DATA SHEETS – MATERIALS
  49. 49. Intervention in A Rocha Castle RESULTS INVENTORIES OF MATERIALS
  50. 50. Intervention in A Rocha Castle RESULTS DATA SHEETS – NUMISMATIC
  51. 51. Intervention in A Rocha Castle RESULTS REPORTS RESTORATION
  52. 52. Intervention in A Rocha Castle RESULTS THEMATIC MAPS
  53. 53. Intervention in A Rocha Castle CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATIVE WORK
  54. 54. Intervention in A Rocha Castle CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATIVE WORK WORKING FULL CYCLE
  55. 55. Intervention in A Rocha Castle CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATIVE WORK WORKING FULL CYCLE SHARED DATA
  56. 56. Intervention in A Rocha Castle CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATIVE WORK WORKING FULL CYCLE SHARED DATA SYSTEM TESTED
  57. 57. Intervention in A Rocha Castle CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATIVE WORK WORKING FULL CYCLE SHARED DATA SYSTEM TESTED 4 MONTHS OF WORK FIELD
  58. 58. Intervention in A Rocha Castle CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATIVE WORK WORKING FULL CYCLE SHARED DATA SYSTEM TESTED 4 MONTHS OF WORK FIELD 4 WEEKS OF LABORATORY
  59. 59. Intervention in A Rocha Castle CONCLUSIONS COLLABORATIVE WORK WORKING FULL CYCLE SHARED DATA SYSTEM TESTED 4 MONTHS OF WORK FIELD 4 WEEKS OF LABORATORY
  60. 60. LIGHT VIEWERS ACCESSING INFORMATION
  61. 61. STANDARD SERVICES SDI ACCESSING INFORMATION
  62. 62. CONNECTION TO THE SPATIAL DATABASE ACCESSING INFORMATION

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