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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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Mildorf ppt gi2011_plan4all_final

  1. 1. GI2011-X-border-SDI/GDI-Symposium23 – 24 May 2011Bad Schandau /Germany- Děčín/Czech Republic SPATIAL PLANNING IN EUROPE – A CHALLENGE OR A PIECE OF CAKE? Tomáš Mildorf, Karel Janečka, Václav Čada, Karel Jedlička, Otakar Čerba, Jan Ježek, Radek Fiala University of West Bohemia {kjanecka, mildorf ,cada, smrcek, cerba , jezekjan , fialar}@kma.zcu.cz Pilsen, Czech Republic Co-funded by the Community programme eContentplus
  2. 2. Plan4allFull title: European Network of Best Practices forInteroperability of Spatial Planning InformationCofinancing: eContentplus programmeType: Best Practice NetworkTotal budget: 4.1 million EuroA multiannual Community programme to make digitalcontent in Europe more accessible, usable andexploitable.
  3. 3. Plan4all - Main GoalBeginning 1st year 2nd year End Harmonisation of spatial planning data according to the INSPIRE Directive based on the existing best practices in EU regions and municipalities and the results of current research projects.
  4. 4. Plan4all ConsortiumCoordinator: University of West Bohemia in Pilsen ISOCARP CEIT ALANOVA Statutarni mesto Olomouc Asplan Viak Internet as Technology Development Forum Università degli Studi di Roma Tre Help service remote sensing s.r.o. Euro Perspectives Foundation LGV Hamburg ADR Nord-Vest Stichting EUROGI Regione Lazio Zemgale Planning Region Help forest s.r.o. Provincia di Roma AMFM GIS ITALIA Fondazzjoni Temi Zammit Ministry of Ecology, Energy, GEORAMA Sustainable Development and Town and Country Planning Navarra de Suelo Residencial S.A. Hyperborea s.c. 24 partners AYUNTAMIENTO DE GIJON The National Microelectronics 14 EU Member States +Applications Centre Ltd Norway
  5. 5. Plan4all Consortium
  6. 6. INSPIRE Spatial Data ThemesAnnex I Annex III•Coordinate reference •Statistical unitssystem •Buildings •Soil•Geographical grid systems •Land use•Geographical names •Human health and safety•Administrative units Plan4all •Utility and Government services•Addresses •Environmental monitoring facilities•Cadastral parcels •Production and industrial facilities •Agricultural and aquaculture facilities•Transport networks •Population distribution – demography•Hydrography •Area management/restriction/regulation•Protected sites zones and reporting units •Natural risk zones •Atmospheric conditions•Annex II •Meteorological geographical features•Elevation •Oceanographic geographical features•Land cover •Sea regions•Orthoimagery •Bio-geographical regions •Habitats and biotopes•Geology •Species distribution •Energy resources •Mineral resources
  7. 7. Plan4all Objectives • Land cover • Land use1. Promotion • Utility and Government services • Production and industrial facilities • Agricultural and aquaculture facilities2. Metadata profile • Area management/restriction/regulation zones and reporting units3. Data models • Natural risk zones4. Networking architecture5. Validation6. Geoportal7. Data and metadata deployment
  8. 8. PromotionPromote Plan4all and INSPIRE in countries,regions and municipalities Workshops, multilingual flyers, newsletters … Website: http://www.plan4all.eu Plan4all on social network sites:
  9. 9. Metadata profileDesign spatial planning metadata profile INSPIRE National legislation Metadata National standards Profile User requirements Plan4all Metadata Profile
  10. 10. Metadata profileThe Plan4all metadata profile is compliant to:• ISO 19115/19119/19139 standards,• INSPIRE metadata profile,• INSPIRE metadata implementing rules.The profile isdivided into threecomponentsincluding spatialplan metadata,dataset metadataand spatial servicemetadata.
  11. 11. Data ModelsDesign data models for theselected spatial data themes Feature Catalogues UML Models • Land cover Input for the • Land use • Utility and Government services INSPIRE Thematic • Production and industrial facilities • Agricultural and aquaculture facilities Working Groups • Area management/restriction/regulation zones and reporting units • Natural risk zones
  12. 12. Data ModelsLand Cover
  13. 13. NetworkingDesign networking architecture for sharing dataand services in spatial planning
  14. 14. Verification & validationVerificate & validate metadata profile, datamodels and networking architecture on local andregional level Product assessment Platform assessment Stakeholders requirements 2nd validation review 1st validation review State of the art review
  15. 15. GeoportalEstablish European portal for spatialplanning dataThe Plan4all Geoportal is available at: http://www.plan4all.eu/• OGC Web Services• Metadata Catalogue• Map Client
  16. 16. DeploymentDeploy data and metadata on local and regional level Publication – Plan4all Geoportal HARMONISED DATA Non-harmonised data of pilot partners
  17. 17. Plan4all Work Flow
  18. 18. Case study Seamless access to data INSPIRE DIRECTIVE PLAN4ALL NETWORKING ARCHITECTURE PLAN4ALL DATA MODELSMETADATA DATA SPECIFICATION NETWORKING SERVICES PLAN4ALL METADATA PROFILES DATA AND SERVICE SHARING MONITORING AND REPORTING PLAN4ALL Mechanisms for sharing and exchange Spatial Planning Data
  19. 19. Thank you for you attention http://www.plan4all.eu

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