European Location Framework

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  • Constantly innovating to meet EU institutions and civil society’s needs. All NSDI’s need registers and indexes to access the rich information they contain. Names is one such index and for this we have the EuroGeoNames service. We understand that the cadastral parcel is another key index as is recognised in its position in Annex I of INSPIRE. This year we combined data from Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia to reveal the issues associated with combining national cadastral data into a pan-European database. Next year we plan to develop this further.
  • So let’s look briefly as the fully operational prototype which ESDIN delivered. This is an early prototype of the EuroGeoCloud
  • Topographic Information –coming here from our pan-European 1:250,000 scale EuroRegionalMap product
  • Quite some detail
  • But in the project areas Cadastral parcels are being served live across the internet. This is a distributed database architecture and it is working!
  • Working with you because working together we are stronger
  • European Location Framework

    1. 1. EUROPEAN LOCATION FRAMEWORK (E.L.F.)Antti Jakobsson Programmes Manager, EuroGeographicsThe Smart Location WS Trento, Italy 6th March 2012
    2. 2. What is EuroGeographics?• A not-for profit international association under Belgium law (AISBL)• 56 national mapping, land registry and cadastral agencies in 45 European Countries• Working to bring interoperable European geospatial reference data for the benefit of society• A distributed head-office of 10 people
    3. 3. The European LocationFramework is a technicalinfrastructure which deliversauthoritative, interoperable,cross-border geospatialreference data for analysingand understandinginformation connected toplaces and features Picture: Virginie LuppensEU Location Framework will provide the political/policy context to the E.L.F BASED ON BEST PRACTICES OF NATIONAL MAPPING AND CADASTRAL AGENCIES, INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA
    4. 4. • Policy drivers • eGovernment (Programme on interoperability solutions for European public administrations, ISA) • Digital Agenda • INSPIRE • GMES,SEIS • PSI • International (UNGGIM, GEOSS) Source: EuroGeographicsIt is for EUROPE – JOINING NATIONAL GEOINFORMATION TOGETHER
    5. 5. IT IS LOCATION – WHERE THINGS ARE?Locating and geocoding through coordinates, geographical names and addresses(Geolocator)Unique Indetifying of the geographical objects
    6. 6. FROM GLOBAL TOREGIONAL –CONSISTENTINFORMATION ATALL LEVELS
    7. 7. Reference data and services are part of the solution! Private industry Cartographic industry Web companies GIS industry EO ”the Cloud” Additional and Meeting the Thematic data user requiremen Service User t Integrati Application Reference on Reference data data services USERS NMCAs Other governmental agencies
    8. 8. Find and Access • EuroGeoInfo service • Statistics and Coverage Maps of data availability • Updated annually • Geoproduct Finder concept • Security authentication
    9. 9. GeoProduct Finder concept• Finding the dataset• Bind the agreement• Agree and access• See video in Youtube GPF Video 2015 2020
    10. 10. FROM REGIONAL…- DECISIONMAKING ATEUROPEAN LEVEL
    11. 11. Scale Level of details1:2,500,000 Target level Global1:1,000,000 of detail1,500,000 Target level of detail1,250,000 Europe1,100,000 Regional Target level of detail1,50,000 Mountainous1:25,000 Rural1:10,000 National Local1:5,000 Urban1:2,500 Resolution and Level of Details
    12. 12. Content and Services • E.L.F Global and Regional (EuroRegionalMap, EuroGlobalMap, EuroDEM25/30/60) • E.L.F Admin Regional (EuroBoundaryMap) and National • E.L.F international boundaries for edge-matching • E.L.F Raster Basemap Service (Regional to National) • E.LF Cadastral (Regional and National) • E.L.F Geolocator (names, address and admin) • E.L.F Hydro, Transport, Buildings
    13. 13. The planned E.L.F. coverage at Europe Regional andGlobal level Not available Available 2011-2014 Admin available 2011-2014 Admin, EGM available 2011-2014 Availability to be agreed Note: Administrative theme covers the whole territory of France (including overseas areas), Denmark (including Greenland and Faroe Islands) Malta
    14. 14. TO NATIONAL…- AUTHORATIVESOURCES Source: IGN Belgium
    15. 15. Developing Member States existing capacities Page 16
    16. 16. Edge-matching challenge
    17. 17. Consistency of data• UIDs, Quality and Generalization • EuroBoundaryMap data as source to ERM admin and EGM admin • Selection criteria definition and QA of existing products • EGM generalized from ERM • ERM hydro linkage with RDA hydro • ESDIN UID implementation • Incremental updates
    18. 18. Trustworthy Quality Assured data • EuroGeographics Accrediation Programme • Quality Assurance Improvements of existing products • Quality KEN • Implementation of ESDIN Data Quality Web Service
    19. 19. Prototype MSs Reference Data Service
    20. 20. Prototype MSs Reference Data Service
    21. 21. Prototype MSs Reference Data Service
    22. 22. Prototype MSs Reference Data Service
    23. 23. Prototype MSs Reference Data Service
    24. 24. EDGE-MATCHED AT NATIONAL BOUNDARY, QUALITY CHECKED,IT IS A FRAMEWORK IDENTIFIABLE,THAT MAKES MULTI-LEVELEUROPE UNITED BY GEOSPATIALGEOINFORMATION REFERENCE INFORMATION DISCOVER- LICENSE- AUTHENTICATION- ACCESS
    25. 25. IT IS PROVIDED BYNATIONAL MAPPINGAND CADASTRALAGENCIES OFEUROPE THROUGHEUROGEOGRAPHICSAND SUPPORTEDBY INDUSTRY
    26. 26. Example of the progressEmergency Response Agreement• Need to access available reference data from member states for the GMES Emergency Reponse Service• Agreement signed with EEA• EuroGeographics acts as a first point of contact• A network of contacts to be agreed with members for data provision• Target to be able to provide geospatial reference data so that GMES emergency response maps may be provided withing 24- 48 hours from activation• GMES emergency service covers 39 EEA countries
    27. 27. WANT TO HELPUS MAKE ITHAPPEN?JOIN THEE.L.FCOMMUNITY
    28. 28. Together we are stronger Working together we can achieve much more than working apart Thank you!

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