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Mr.sc. Nikolina Mijić, Dipl.Eng.Geod.,
PhD Candidate (Hungary)
Maksim Šestić, Dipl.Eng.El. (BIH)
Mr.sc. Marina Davidović, ...
INTRODUCTION
1.
WHAT IS INSPIRE?
• Geo-information experts of the European
Commission, the European Environmental
Agency, ...
INTRODUCTION
1.
Levels of spatial data infrastructure:
• ISO 19100 series of standards was adopted in
INSPIRE as technical...
INTRODUCTION
1. • Particular attention is paid to the role of the iGEO
portal in this process. The geoportal is modeled
af...
INSPIRE GEOPORTAL
2.
• The deadline for member states to provide
discovery and view services in operational mode,
accordin...
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN GEOPORTAL
3.
• Access to countrywide geographic data through
an on-line ge...
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN GEOPORTAL
4.
• Technically, iGEO geoportal is a GeoServer-based
set of web...
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN GEOPORTAL
5.
Streaming KML/KMZ services in Google Earth /
Municipality Pri...
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN GEOPORTAL
6.
• Streaming super-overlays in Google Earth /
Municipality Ban...
CONCLUSION
7.
• More and more spatial data within the framework of
INSPIRE become available throughout the EU.
• Complexit...
CONCLUSION
8.
• INSPIRE process has involved hundreds of experts and
professionals from all over the Europe.
• Registrated...
THANK YOU
FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/
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iGEO geoportal is a GeoServer-based set of web services allowing Bosnia-Herzegovinian local municipalities, government agencies and utility infrastructure organizations access to the most precise base map data.

Particular attention is paid to the role of the iGEO portal in this process. The geoportal is modeled after the European Union's Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe (INSPIRE) directive to share geographic information across Europe.

INSPIRE addresses 34 key spatial data themes organized in three groups (or Annexes to the Directive), reflecting the different levels of harmonization expected and staged phasing. Annexes I and II focus on reference data, while Annex III focuses on data for environmental analysis and impact assessment.

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Development of Spatial Data Infrastructure Based on INSPIRE Directive – Case Study of iGEO Portal

  1. 1. Mr.sc. Nikolina Mijić, Dipl.Eng.Geod., PhD Candidate (Hungary) Maksim Šestić, Dipl.Eng.El. (BIH) Mr.sc. Marina Davidović, Dipl.Eng.Geod., PhD Candidate (Serbia) , DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE BASED ON INSPIRE DIRECTIVE – CASE STUDY OF iGEO PORTAL
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION 1. WHAT IS INSPIRE? • Geo-information experts of the European Commission, the European Environmental Agency, and the environmental and national mapping bodies of Member States elaborated a proposal for European directive in 2005-06, to establish an European SDI. The proposal was named as Spatial Information in the European Community, shortly as INSPIRE. • INSPIRE Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, published in the official Journal on the 25th April 2007.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION 1. Levels of spatial data infrastructure: • ISO 19100 series of standards was adopted in INSPIRE as technical base.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION 1. • Particular attention is paid to the role of the iGEO portal in this process. The geoportal is modeled after the European Union's Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe (INSPIRE) directive to share geographic information across Europe. • INSPIRE addresses 34 key spatial data themes organized in three groups (or Annexes to the Directive), reflecting the different levels of harmonization expected and staged phasing. Annexes I and II focus on reference data, while Annex III focuses on data for environmental analysis and impact assessment.
  5. 5. INSPIRE GEOPORTAL 2. • The deadline for member states to provide discovery and view services in operational mode, according to the INSPIRE regulation on network services was November data sets and services.
  6. 6. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN GEOPORTAL 3. • Access to countrywide geographic data through an on-line geoportal named “iGEO”.
  7. 7. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN GEOPORTAL 4. • Technically, iGEO geoportal is a GeoServer-based set of web services allowing Bosnia-Herzegovinian local municipalities, government agencies and utility infrastructure organizations access to the most precise base map data.
  8. 8. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN GEOPORTAL 5. Streaming KML/KMZ services in Google Earth / Municipality Prijedor: 3D buildings and building metadata.
  9. 9. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN GEOPORTAL 6. • Streaming super-overlays in Google Earth / Municipality Banja Luka: topographic map draped over DTM.
  10. 10. CONCLUSION 7. • More and more spatial data within the framework of INSPIRE become available throughout the EU. • Complexity of the INSPIRE programme is certainly innovative not only in relation to the development of SDIs, but also more gene-rally to the formulation of public policy at the European level. • All eyes are now clearly focused on the MS. Their experiences in implementing INSPIRE in the coming period will be crucial to the planning and preparatory activities already started for the review of the INSPIRE Directive, which is due in 2014.
  11. 11. CONCLUSION 8. • INSPIRE process has involved hundreds of experts and professionals from all over the Europe. • Registrated experts http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/portfolio/register-expert For Hungary: László SŐRÉS (Institute for Geophysics and Geology) Nikolina Mijic (Institute for Geoinformatics, Satellite Geodesy and Spatial Informatics) Endre Dobos (Department for Physical Geography and Enviromental Sciences) Bosnia and Herzegovina: Maksim Šestić (INSPIRE Utility and Governamental Services TWG Editor)
  12. 12. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/

iGEO geoportal is a GeoServer-based set of web services allowing Bosnia-Herzegovinian local municipalities, government agencies and utility infrastructure organizations access to the most precise base map data. Particular attention is paid to the role of the iGEO portal in this process. The geoportal is modeled after the European Union's Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe (INSPIRE) directive to share geographic information across Europe. INSPIRE addresses 34 key spatial data themes organized in three groups (or Annexes to the Directive), reflecting the different levels of harmonization expected and staged phasing. Annexes I and II focus on reference data, while Annex III focuses on data for environmental analysis and impact assessment.

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