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Charvat ppt gi2011_habitats – cross-border data harmonization_final


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GI2011-X-border-SDI/GDI-Symposium, 23..5.2011: Bad Schandau (SAX)
[ 11. Sächsisches GIS-Forum ]
24.5.2011: Decin (CZE)
[ 1. Bohemian#Saxonian GIS-Forum ]

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Charvat ppt gi2011_habitats – cross-border data harmonization_final

  1. 1. Social Validation of INSPIREAnnex III Data Structures inEU Habitats HABITATS – Cross-border data harmonization of protected areas for tourism purposes Karel Charvat, Jachym Cepicky, Premysl Vohnout GI2011
  2. 2. INSPIRE outcomes• Harmonization of the relevant data structures in INSPIRE Annex III is a complex process• habitats-related information involves a group of data themes that need to be developed in concert: • data theme 18. “Habitats & Biotopes” is in practice strongly related to • 16. “Sea regions”, • 17. “Bio-geographical regions” & • 19. “Species distribution”.• Data is normally managed by different & distinct entities responsible for planning, environment, coastal management, natural reserves, marine reserves, cultural & landscape heritage, etc. even within a region • HABITATS uses a participatory process of social validation to address this GI2011
  3. 3. Key question for Habitats• Key question is not How• Key question is not What• Key question is “Why?” GI2011
  4. 4. Key question for Habitats• We need to ask, Why we need harmonize concrete data, what will be purpose of sharing this data across Europe, for which purpose is important to know in Czech about Spanish data for example.• If we will be able to answer on this questions, we can easy agreed about common data model, services, architecture etc. GI2011
  5. 5. Added value of social validation• HABITATS uses a participatory process to • “co-design” & validate proposed standards • with real citizens & businesses • in a range of usage scenarios, • demonstrating their added value in real-world environments.• Motivating content providers to comply with agreed standards • from their demonstrated usefulness in addition to normative requirements.• Shifts the INSPIRE standards development & adoption process • from a “policy push” • to a “demand pull” perspective,• Introducing a “co-creation” approach from • Living Lab movement • Social Spaces for Research & Innovation.• A Social Validation model to be used in further INSPIRE work GI2011
  6. 6. Social validation of INSPIRE• HABITATS proposes a demand-pull approach to INSPIRE standards adoption – HABITATS Communities play a central role for scenarios, requirements, and validation – HABITATS pilot projects involve real situations of usage• A central task for HABITATS is therefore: how to engage communities? GI2011
  8. 8. Three ways of engage communities• In situ workshops• Social Network• Reference laboratory GI2011
  9. 9. In situ workshops• Organized in all pilot regions – in situ communication help to overcome social and language bariers• Local stakeholders are not able to use directly such tools like social network. Language barrier is also real problem GI2011
  10. 10. Habitats social network GI2011
  11. 11. Habitats social network GI2011
  12. 12. Expansion of information into social networks GI2011
  13. 13. Reference laboratory• Reference laboratory allows to deploy current state of the art of technological solution, which will be tested and adopted by Habitats partners and users partners. It allows to test current existing technology and allow to generate further research tasks driven by users. GI2011
  14. 14. Reference laboratory• Reference laboratory will also collected information conning from other projects, which will be important input for Habitats analysis and Habitats public discussion. Method of social assessment will be important part of reference laboratory. GI2011
  15. 15. Reference laboratory GI2011
  16. 16. Reference laboratory GI2011
  17. 17. Current status• First round of metadata standards, data models and networking architecture were released. Results are available on Social Network and Project Web pages. There exist also possibility testing of results on Reference Laboratory.• We would like invite you to our Social network discuss with us. GI2011
  18. 18. Main networking challenges• To move from standard INSPIRE related architecture to user oriented Infrastructure1. To move from application oriented solution to service oriented architecture (SOA)2. To build network of interconnected nodes, where every node could be server (supplier) of information or client (receiver)3. Overcome classical portal paradigm, where portals are final products4. To be able to build new generation of an application on the base of SDI services GI2011
  19. 19. Five layers architecture• data layers – management data and files on storage, eventually guarantee access to external sensors• Server (engine layer) – define tools, which guarantee basic services on the server side – supplying service• Client layer – is client side of Web services, which guarantee access of users to services• Application layer is some form of wrapping elementary client services into application or into such form, which could be used by other Web tools• Presentation layer contain such web tools, which allow to combine and publish single objects from application level as part of Web presentation• GI2011
  20. 20. Join as and share your ideas with us• Project Web pages –• Social Network –• Reference Laboratory –• LinkedIn• Validation-INSPIRE-Annex-3374609?trk=myg_ugrp_ovr GI2011
  21. 21. Thank You  GI2011 21