INSPIRE - Open Data Manchester - July 2014

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Presentation given by John Gibbons of Salford City Council at Open Data Manchester on the 29th July 2014 about Salford's adoption of INPSIRE regulations

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  • Not entirely an open data project
  • Concentrating on tangible things – some are a bit abstract and planning related

    Some data we just don’t keep, some just doesn’t apply to us
  • INSPIRE - Open Data Manchester - July 2014

    1. 1. Introduction to INSPIRE 29 July 2014 Open Data Manchester John Gibbons ICT Services
    2. 2. Content today .. What is INSPIRE and why we need it What data has got published Where the data is and what it looks like What you can do with it?
    3. 3. • Infrastructure for spatial data in Europe • Centralised publishing of dataINSPIRE? • European Union directive • Target dates from 2013 to 2020Background • Environmental data • www.data.gov.uk What data, and where? What is INSPIRE?
    4. 4. Large infrastructure projects (HS2?) • Covers large parts of the country • Require up-to-date environmental data • Takes time to request and assemble data The data holders • We don’t currently publish • We don’t standardise data • Data scattered across different organisations Why do we need INSPIRE??
    5. 5. Land and property assets Tree preservation orders Town Centre Classification Wildlife corridors Aircraft zones Some INSPIRE data categories
    6. 6. • Identify and collect the datasets • Store data in GIS database Gather the data • Create metadata for datasets • Store metadata on data.gov.uk Create metadata • Schedule data harvest • Inspire compliance Publish data How we publish the data
    7. 7. •View data on webData.gov.uk •WMS and WFS to bring data to desktop QGIS Live Demonstration (Next five slides inserted to illustrate live demo)
    8. 8. The principle Less work in long run Publishing methods Lack of advice What we think…
    9. 9. Summary • Inspire is open data, but for a customer • Uses open standards • Easy to view maps (WMS) • Easy to see data (WFS) • Other formats possible (XML)
    10. 10. Where to start.. • Go to data.gov.uk • Also try out similar offerings at ONS Geoportal, Environment Agency and Land Regisistry • Experiment with what you see • Observe the licencing (it will change!) • john.gibbons@salford.gov.uk 0161-793-2054

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