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Presentation implementacion Project IGIS Serbia

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The main goal was to implement in the Serbia integrated technologies for processing, production, storing and disseminating geo-referenced data at national level, through a large know how transfer.

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Presentation implementacion Project IGIS Serbia

  1. 1. IGIS THE INTEGRATED GEO- INFORMATION SOLUTION FOR NSDI AND REMOTE SENSING CENTER Vladimir Milenkovic, Mathieu Derrey, Hervé Pichon 2013 November 20th – Beograd
  2. 2. Project Purpose and Scope • The main goal was to implement in the RGA integrated technologies for processing, production, storing and disseminating geo-referenced data at national level, through a large know how transfer. • IGN France International and EADS Astrium have offered support in creating and implementing NSDI and establishing the center for production and processing of national geospatial data in Serbia. • IGN FI have provided real know-how transfer through workshops for national cartographic data processing and institutional management methods. • EADS Astrium have provided the implementation of a remote sensing capacity : airborne photos, workshops for thematic mappings and data storage and dissemination. • The French consortium was present in RGA during the entire process of technology, skills and knowledge transfer, as well as for the production of basic products during the 3 year period.
  3. 3. IGIS project National Spatial Data Infrastructure and Remote-Sensing Centre for the Republic of Serbia based on IGIS (Integrated Geo-Information Solution) IGIS Project Project partners: Kick-off meeting on 22. September 2010 June 2009 : Contract signed in Paris IGIS Project Supported by French authorities & Serbian authorities
  4. 4. • The main idea of the project was to transfer of turnkey technology and basic data, technical support and training programs, and to establish long-term cooperation program. • The implementation of this center allows RGA to respond adequately to the needs of the state and to be recognized at national, regional and international level. By using such technologies, RGA is able to play a major role in regional and international cartography and geo-information activities. • By utilizing the IGIS Project, RGA can produce, organize, and distribute geospatial data, which will be available both to private and public sector. Delivery
  5. 5.  Space & aerial data over 4 years (Spot 4, Spot5, Geoeye, ADS80, UCXp, LIDAR, other available satellite data …);  Infrastructure delivery in Nov 2011;  Large phase of training/know-how transfer over 3 years;  + 1 year of maintenance: 2014. IGIS project - planning 3 years project3 years project  System design  Site recommendations  Infrastructure Customization  Training planning  Data delivery planning  First Dataset deliveries  Parameter setting  Adaptations  Tests & assembly  Validation  Following Data sets delivery  Maintenance  Support  Training & know how transfer T0 + 14 months Year 2 Year 3
  6. 6. Project dual Organisation
  7. 7. IGIS Project Vladimir Milenkovic Thematic Workshops Production System Administration Infrastructure Logistics & Installation Dragan Bogdanovic Administrative & Contract Budimir Stankovic Data Administration Geometric Jelena Varenica Matic D. Vucetic Remote Sensing Jelena Varenica Matic Aleksandra Golusin Stereo Plotting Slavisa Aleksic M. Colakovic Map Edition S. Dabic Vesna Milic Web Portals Dragica Pajic Aerial Acquisition Jelena Nikolic LIDAR Acquisition Darko Vucetic Satellite Acquisition Vladan Nikolic LIDAR Darko Vucetic J. V. Matic Project dual Organisation
  8. 8. IGIS project conceptThe IGIS concept is comprised of two core components: 1)Data: provides the content of the SDI and the corresponding data that describe the dataset 2)Services: enable access to and use of the data Data Satellite imagery and digital aerial orthophoto acquisition LIDAR acquisition Remote sensing: land use, environmental and agriculture maps Stereo plotting: production of 3D vector topographic data base Map editing: digital and hardcopy maps Services Technical infrastructure:  Archiving and hosting capabilities  Central Data Repository Web Portals for data and service dissemination  METIS  INSPIRE compatible  WebBoutique/DataDoors
  9. 9. Geometric workshop Remote Sensing workshop LiDAR workshop Map Editing workshop Stereo- Plotting workshop Access services Data Repository [SDI] WEB portals Sensor and External Data IGIS component overview Main components: Base data [Satellite, aerial & LiDAR]  Production Workshops  Infrastructure [Data repository & WEB portals]
  10. 10. IGIS Key figures – 320 hours of “At Factory Training” (in France) – 1240 hours of “On Site Training” (in Serbia) – 1600 hours of “On the Job Training” (in Serbia) – 2 years Support – 1 year Maintenance – < 74 000 km2 aerial data – < 750 000 km2 Spatial data – 60TB of central digital storage space – 25 Servers & computing nodes – 52 workstations, more than 60 operators – 2 Interoperable web Portals – 2 A0 Ploters – 2 A3 printers
  11. 11. ‘End User’ ProductsBase Data Production Workflow Geometric workshop Remote Sensing workshop Stereo- Plotting workshop Base Satellite Data Base Aerial Data LiDAR Data Map Editing workshop Production chain Agri-Environmental Products Digital Terrain Model LiDAR workshop Vector Topo Products Maps
  12. 12. 2nd floor Plan
  13. 13. 21.03.201221.03.2012
  14. 14. New Observations
  15. 15. Project Outcomes The overall result of the IGIS project: Development of capabilities for production, update and dissemination of geoinformation for the benefit of Serbian citizens, as well as the public and private sectors Efficient and optimised process to maintain the spatial data up to date Production of new databases within the RGA is in progress according to INSPIRE Annex I data models Access to metadata, spatial data and services via the Internet Improved and efficient communication and geoinformation exchange between the public authorities
  16. 16. • A unique national data base • Homogeneous geographic data • Compatibility with European standards • An access to data supported by government in terms of its production, maintenance and finance • Provision of new services related to geographic information and private sector development => inter-institutional cooperation at national level=> inter-institutional cooperation at national level => first level of cooperation on the protection of the=> first level of cooperation on the protection of the environment, agriculture and civil protectionenvironment, agriculture and civil protection Project Benefits
  17. 17. Space is connecting people www.rgz.gov.rs Thank you on your attention!

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