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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

GINNT EXPO Budapest 2009


Mai postánkból. Srámli Ildikó írta:
"Tisztelt Partnerünk!
Ezúton szeretnénk meginvitálni vállalatát kiállítóként a Magyarországon először megrendezésre kerülő GINNT EXPO Budapest 2009 Kiállításra, mely nemzetközi kiállítás itthon az NKTH (Nemzetközi Kutatási és Technológiai Hivatal) és a GS1 MAGYARORSZÁG Zrt. támogatásával valósul meg.
Mi a célja a kiállításnak?
A GINNT EXPO küldetése, hogy Közép-Európában megteremtse a vállalkozói szféra számára azt a fórumot, mely segítségével közelebbről is megismerheti a legújabb fejlesztési irányokat, innovációs technológiákat, melyeket alkalmazni tud a mindennapi életben. Mindez elengedhetetlen egy sikeres vállalkozás működtetéséhez!...
Milyen módon lesz kommunikálva az esemény a látogatók számára?
A Kiállítás küldetésének minél szélesebb körben való megismertetése érdekében nagy hangsúlyt fektetünk arra, hogy az elektronikus és nyomtatott sajtóban minél kiemeltebb és gyakoribb megjelenéssel juttassuk el üzenetünket a célcsoport számára. Ezt figyelemfelkeltő hirdetésekkel, a szakmai portálokon megjelenített információkkal, névre szóló meghívók kiküldésével és sajtókonferenciákkal erősítjük meg. A látogatói kommunikációs kampányunk május elejétől veszi kezdetét. Bővebb információt sajtófőnökünktől, Takács Zsuzsától kaphat a takacs.zsuzsa@ginnt.hu e-mail címen.
Hol tudhatok meg bővebb információt a GINNT EXPO-ról?
A GINNT EXPO Budapest 2009 Kiállításról, a szakterületekről, kiállítói és szponzori csomagokról bővebb információt a www.ginnt.hu oldalon találhat.
Tartson Ön is velünk!
Üdvözlettel,
Srámli Ildikó
kiállítói koordinátor
GINNT EXPO Szervező Iroda
1138 Budapest, Róbert Károly krt. 18/A.
Tel.: +36 1 707 7874, Fax: +36 1 707 7875
Mobil: +36 30 827 7665
E-mail: sramli.ildiko@ginnt.hu"

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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Eddig 500 regisztrált résztvevője van a GSDI11 konferenciának


Az 500 között magyar regisztráltja is van a GSDI11 konferenciának a mellékelt illusztráció szerint. Március 26-án a GSDI11 konferenciát szervező Geonovum képviselője Rob van de Velde áttekintést adott a rendezvény előkészületeiről. Több hónappal a rendezvény előtt máris megdöntött minden eddigi rekordot az érdeklődés. Ez annak is köszönhető, hogy három nagyrendezvényt kapcsoltak össze: az INSPIRE, a GSDI11 és a nemzeti többéves holland térinformatikai megaprojekt egy-egy konferencia rendezvényét. Amúgy az INSPIRE irányelvnek és az eContent programnak köszönhetően a pezsgő európai térinformatikai projektélet szereplői is egy sor műhelyt szerveztek a konferenciákba ágyazva.

UDMS 2009 27TH URBAN DATA MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM

UDMS 2009
27TH URBAN DATA MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM
June 24-26, 2009
LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIJA

PROGRAM
WORKSHOPS

June 23, 2009
09.30-12.30WORKSHOP 1Lifecycle Semantics and Evoluation of 3D Urban Models
Organization: Thorsten Reitz, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, Germany
12.30-14.00LUNCH
14.00-16.00
WORKSHOP 23 D for Disaster Management
Mike Kevany & Sisi Zlatanova ISPRS WGIV/8
14.00-16.00
WORKSHOP 3 EURADIN
The harmonization of European Addresses:a stragegy for building u access servicesto national or regional addresses infrastructures
António Morais Arnaud (1) & Corrado Ianucci (2)
June 24, 2009
09.00-10.30
OPENING CEREMONY/WELCOME ADDRESSES
European Metropolitan Regions "in global times": Challenges and Qualities,
J. Knieling, HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany
Cartographic Visualization of Urban Environment, D. Petrovic, University of Ljubljana
10.30-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.30-12.30
SESSION 1: 3DA
SWOT analysis on the implementation of Building Information Models within
the Geospatial Environment U. Isikdag Independent Consultant, Turkey, S. Zlatanova, GISt, OTB, TUDelft, The Netherlands
Building Feature Service: Bring Rich Semantic Building Information into 3D City Model
Hongxia Wang, Andy Hamilton, Research Institute for the Built Environment, University of Salford, UK
Design and development of a visualization toolfor 3D geospatial data in CityGML format
M. Rumor, E. Roccatello, Università degli Studi di Padova, Padua, Italy
11.30-12.30
SESSION 2: SDI
Complying with the INSPIRE Implementation Rules – A Case Study
P Liljergren, A Östman
Gävle GIS Institute, University of Gävle and Geographic Institute of Gävle, Sweden
F. Puigvert, University of Girona, Spain
“GEOPORTAL NETWORK” – More process catalyst than project
Jaap Zevenbergen, Jandirk Bulens, Marjolijn Kuyper, Henk Koerten, Michiel Jellema and Frederika Welle Donk
TU Delft-OTB, WUR-Alterra, WUR-Alterra, TU Delft-OTB, DataLand and TU Delft-OTB, The Netherlands
Managing geographical data in the Frnch administration: le Conseil Général
N. Polombo, UMR CNRS 6173, Ecole Polytechnique de l'Université de Tours, France
12.30-14.00LUNCH
14.00-15.30
SESSION 3: 3D
Extruding building footprints to create topologically consistent 3D city models
Hugo Ledoux and Martijn Meijers, Delft University of Technology (OTB—section GIS Technology)
Attribute grammar for 3D city models
J. Schmittwilken, D. Dörschlag, L. Plümer, Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn, Germany
Procedural Façade Textures for 3D City Models, Jürgen Bogdahn, Volker Coors
HFT Stuttgart – University of Applied Sciences, Stuttgart, Germany
14.00-15.30
SESSION 4: SDI
Quantifying Transaction Costs of Geoinformation: Experiments in National Information Structures in Sweden and Germany, A. Krek, HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany
Standards and Spatial Data Infrastructures to help the navigation of blind pedestrian in urban areas
R. Yaagoubi & G. Edwards, Centre de Recherche en Géomatique (CRG),Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en réadaptation et intégration sociale (CIRRIS), Département des Sciences Géomatiques, Université Laval, Québec, Canada
T. Badard, Centre de Recherche en Géomatique (CRG), Département des Sciences Géomatiques, Université Laval, Québec, Canada
Establishing a sub-national SDI in Bahia State (Brazil)– its limits and possibilities
G. C. Pereira, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil
C. A. Davis, Jr.,Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brasil
M. C. F. Rocha, Cia. de Processamento de Dados do Estado da Bahia, Salvador, Bahia, Brasil
Cartographical base for territorial planning in Regione Lombardia
C. Dell’Orto & F. Guzzetti, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
15.30-16.00 COFFEE BREAK
16.00-17.30
SESSION 5: 3D
Developing 3D Navigation and 3D Buffering Tools with Geo-DBMS for Disaster Management
Ivin Amri Musliman, Chen Tet-Khuan, Alias Abdul-Rahman Dept. of Geoinformatics, Faculty of Geoinformation Science & Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Volker Coors, Faculty of Geomatics, Computer Science and Mathematics, Hochschule für Technik, Stuttgart, Germany
Development of multifunctional realistic 3D model of Municipality of Koper
J. Grahor & N. Kolega, Harpha sea, d.o.o. Koper, Slovenia
Collecting, producing and maintaining core 3D geo-information in an integrated workflow
J. Stoter (1), M. Gerke (2), I. Ivánová (1), S. Schwarz (1), (1) Department of Geo-information Processing, (2) Department of Earth Observation Sciences ITC Enschede, The Netherlands
16.00-17.30
SESSION 6: PROPERTIES & ADDRESSES
N-Tuple Property Parcel Database for South Florida: Development and Research Potentials
D.C. Prosperi, Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
C. Chagdes, Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
J.E. Murillo, Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
C.I. Cirloganu, Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Land market as indicator of spatial development trends: a case of Slovenian rural land market
A. Lisec, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia
S. Drobne, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Georeferenced address data: The essential link between geometric and thematic features in an Urban Data Management System
C. Aubrecht*, M. Köstl, K. Steinnocher, Austrian Research Centers GmbH - ARC, systems research, Vienna, Austria
* Corresponding author () N. Hackner-Jaklin, Tele Atlas GmbH, Sales B2B CEE, Vienna, Austria
19.00-21.00 RECEPTION
June 25, 2009
09.30-10.30
SESSION 7A: LBS
Urban and personalized ubiquitous services
Ceccaroni, L., Codina, V., Palau, M. & Pous, M.
TMT Factory, Barcelona, Spain
Interoperable Location Based Services for 3D cities on the Web using user generated
content from OpenStreetMap.
Schilling A., Over M., Neubauer S., Neis, P., Walenciak , Zipf, A.
Research Group Cartography, Department of Geography, Bonn University
SESSION 7B: UML
Modeling spatial constraints in conceptual database design of network applications
J. Lisboa Filho & S. M. Stempliuc, Federal University of Viçosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil
09.30-10.30
SESSION 8: DISASTER MANAGEMENT
Supporting the development of shared situational awareness for civilian crisis management with Geographic Information Science - research plan
K. Virrantaus, J. Mäkelä, Geoinformatics and Cartography, Department of Surveying, Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland
U. Demšar, National Centre for Geocomputation, National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland
Cooperation among Dutch municipalities makes geo-information accessible for regional disaster management organizations
M. Jellema, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
Information support for collaboration in emergency response
M.J. Kevany, PlanGraphics, Inc., Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S.
10.30-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.00-12.30
SESSION 9: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Planning for sustainable transition: Spatial vulnerability analysis for Canton Sarajevo
M. Golobic, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia
A. Cof, University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Slovenia
Three-dimensional reconstruction for Ravenna historical centre
L. Cipriani, Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università di Bologna, Ravenna, Italy
M. Ballabeni, Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università di Bologna, Ravenna, Italy
E. Modde, Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università di Bologna, Ravenna, Italy
GIS to support environmental sustainability in manufacturing areas. Case study of the
Apulian Region in Southern Italy
F. Selicato, F. Mancini & G. Maggio, Dept. of Architecture and Urban Planning, Bari Polytechnic, Italy
3D visualization for the City of Ljubljana
G. Završnik, Gisdata d.o.o., Ljubljana
to be combined with GeoForum – an interactive public opinion
A.Šlibar, GISDATA d.o.o., Ljubljana
11.00-12.30
SESSION 10: DISASTER MANAGEMENT
Building ontologies for disaster management: seismic risk domain
B. Murgante, Università degli Studi della Basilicata, Potenza, Italy
G. Scardaccione, Università degli Studi della Basilicata, Potenza, Italy
G. Las Casas, Università degli Studi della Basilicata, Potenza, Italy
Development of a WPS Process Chaining Tool and Application in a Disaster Management
Use Case for Urban Areas
B. Stollberg, Department of Geography, University of Bonn, Germany
A. Zipf, Department of Geography, University of Bonn, Germany
Application of spatial data infrastructure and GIS for disaster management
C. Jacobs, A. Riedijk, A. Scotta, P. Brooijmans, H.J. Scholten
VU University Amsterdam, Spatial Information Laboratory, The Netherlands
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
14.00-15.30
SESSION 11: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SIT Porto - Geographical Information System of the Port Authority of Venice
S. Zogia, G. Bessegato, Nethun s.p.a – Venice – Italy
Project for the management of the Municipal Development Plan of Venice
P. Barbieri & S. Mazzariol, City of Venice, Italy
M. Rumor, IUAV University of Venice, Italy
A. Scottà, Geodan IT BV, Holland
Georeferencing of historical maps of Ljubljana and their applications
T. Podobnikar, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia and Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria
P. Lamovec, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Program Graz Streams flood management in urban areas
Dipl.-Ing. Rudolf Hornich, HTL-Dipl-ing.Dietmar Lautscham
14.00-15.30
SESSION 12: ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING
The Use of Gis in Landscape Protection Plan in Sicily
F. Martinico, Università degli Studi di Catania, Dipartimento Astra
S. D. La Rosa, Università degli Studi di Catania, Dipartimento di Architettura e Urbanistica
Milano: developments in the management of green areas through computerization
N. Cattaneo, F. Di Maria, F. Guzzetti, A. Privitera, P. Viskanic
Understanding environmental data in Greece through national limitations and epistemic communities
M. Kassoli, D. N. Pantazis, Research Group SOCRATES (Society for Organisations, Cartography, Remote sensing and Applications using Technology on Earth and Space), Surveying Department, School of Technological Applications, Technological Educational Institution (TEI), Athens, Greece
Evaluation of generated landscape configurations for use in spatial planning
C.T.J. Slager & B. de Vries, University of Technology, Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands
A.K. Bregt, Wageningen University and Research Centre, Wageningen, Gelderland, The Netherlands
15.30-16.00 COFFEE BREAK
16.00-17.30
SESSION 13: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Regional SDI to coordinate the creation of urban data sets in the context of thematic community made up of local users
Christine Archias, CRIGE PACA, France
Regional SDI web services to support urban planning processes and brownfield redevelopment in Lombardy
R. Laffi & D. Sciunnach, Regione Lombardia, Direzione Generale Territorio e Urbanistica, Milano, Italy
Three-dimensional reconstruction for Ravenna historical centre model
L. Cipriani, Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università di Bologna, Ravenna, Italy
M. Ballabeni, Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università di Bologna, Ravenna, Italy
E. Modde, Facoltà di Ingegneria - Università di Bologna, Ravenna, Italy
A GIS application of urban data for the visualization of the impact of a motorway construction
in Northern Italy
D. Carrion, A. Maffeis & F. Migliaccio, DIIAR – Politecnico di Milano, Italy
16:00-17:30
SESSION 14: URBAN ANALYSIS
Urban development indicators – comparing apples to apples using GIS
S. Fina, Institute for Regional Development, Universität Stuttgart, Germany
GeoAnalytics Web-enabled tools for analysing OECD regional statistics
M. Jern, National Center for Visual Analytics, ITN, Linkoping University
An Empirical Analysis of Urban Land-use Dynamics
H.S. Hansen, Aalborg University, Denmark
From mural map to GIS:
Mapping urban vulnerability in Bucharest
S. Rufat, University of Lyon - Ecole Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines - Environnement, Ville et Société CNRS UMR 5600, Lyon, France
June 26, 2009
09.30-10.30
SESSION 15: ROADS & TRAFFIC
Survey, rendering and management of Pisa municipality roads.
G. Caroti, A. Piemonte, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile – Sede di Topografia e Fotogrammetria, Pisa, Italy
A spatio-temporal GIS-based multi agent traffic micro-simulation for identifying the most
important accident locations
M. Khalesian, MSc. Graduate, GIS Division, Dept. of Surveying and Geomatics Eng., College of Eng., University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
M.R. Delavar, Assist. Prof., Center of Excellence in Geomatics Eng. and Disaster Management, Dept. of Surveying and Geomatics Eng., College of Eng., University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
Commuting, why door-to-door approach?
Situation in Region of the Czech Republic.
I. Ivan, Institut of geoinformatics, Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic
An approach for intelligent decision support system for urban traffic monitoring
A. Ionita, Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence – Romanian Academy, Romania
A. Zafiu, Pitesti University, Romania
M. Dascalu, Politehnica University Bucuresti, Romania
E. Franti, Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence – Romanian Academy, Romania
M. Visan, Intergraph Computer Services s.r.l, Romania
09.30-10.30
SESSION 16: E-GOVERNMENT
Collaborative E-Governance: Describing and Pre-Calibrating the Digital Milieu in Urban and Regional Planning
V. Lanza, Università degli Studi della Basilicata, Italy
D.C. Prosperi, Florida Atlantic University, Florida, USA
Beyond the Internet – Increasing Participation in Community Events by Text Messaging
C. Ellul, H. Rahemtulla & M. Haklay
University College London, London, United Kingdom
Preliminary title: The 12-municipality collaboration in Vestfold
Lasse Berntzen, Vestfold University College, Faculty of Social Science, Tønsberg, Norway
Jon-Arne Trollvik, Norwegian Mapping and Cadastre Authority, Hønefoss, Norway
10.30-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.00-12.30
SESSION 17: REMOTE SENSING
Assessing building vulnerability using synergistically remote sensing and civil engineering
H. Taubenböck, A. Roth, S. Dech, H. Mehl, German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD) - German Aerospace Center (DLR) in cooperation with University of Würzburg - Institute of Geography, Germany
J. C. Münich, L. Stempniewski, Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Institute of Reinforced Concrete Structures and Building Material Technology, Germany
Zschau, J., GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Germany
Monitoring and assessment of urban environments using spaceborne earth observation data
– selected applications
T. Esch, H. Taubenböck, W. Heldens, M. Thiel, M. Wurm, D. Klein, Department of Remote Sensing in cooperation with DLR, Institute of Geography, University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany
S. Dech, A. Roth, M. Schmidt, German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD), German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
Ameliorating the spatial resolution of high resolution satellite data for use in urban areas
K.G. Nikolakopoulos & P.I. Tsombos, Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration, Athens Greece
Intelligent Images Analysis in GIS
Philipp Galjano & Vasily Popovich, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia
11.00-12.30
SESSION 18: DATA DESIGN & GENERALIZATION
Are the morphing techniques useful for cartographic generalization?
D. N. Pantazis, B. Karathanasis, M. Kassoli, Ath. Koukofikis, Research Group SOCRATES (Society for Organizations, Cartography, Remote sensing and Applications using Technology on Earth and Space), Surveying Department, School of Technological Applications, Technological Educational Institution (TEI), Athens, Greece
Road junction generalization in large scale geodatabase
M. Rumor, S. Savino, I. Lissandron, Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova, Padua, Italy
További információ:
Prof. Robert LAURINI
http://liris.insa-lyon.fr/robert.laurini
LIRIS - INSA de Lyon - Bât B. PASCAL - 7 av. Capelle
F - 69621 Villeurbanne Cedex
Fax : +33 4 72 43 87 13
Tel : +33 4 72 43 81 72

HUNAGI is the National GI Association having over one hundred members.
For more information on Geospatial Hungary please visit
http:// www.hunagi.hu and its linked interactive blogsites devoted to GI, SDI technologies and services e.g. http://hunagi8.blogspot.com or
http://unsdihu.blogspot.com

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Az első tematikus nemzeti EURADIN értekezlet a címekről

Mai postánkból. Az EUROGI főtitkára Joao Geirinhas írta:
"Dear Member of EUROGI,
The first thematic workshop of the EURADIN project dedicated to Address systems in Europe and EURADIN project is scheduled for April 3, 2009 (13:45-16:30) in Veldhoven, The Netherlands.
The EURADIN 1st thematic workshops will include the presentation of:
. Best practices on address definition and registration found in EURADIN project, as well as other experiences from external experts;
. The European Address Forum – EAF.
The Draft Agenda is available from the EUROGI website at:
http://www.eurogi.org/pooled/articles/BF_NEWSART/view.asp?Q=BF_NEWSART_311045
or the EURADIN website at:
https://euradin.eu/Lists/Calendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=21&Source=https%3A%2F%2Feuradin%2Eeu%2Fdefault%2Easpx
The final agenda will soon be available.
You are most welcome to attend the workshop, as well as kindly asked to distribute this announcement within your network and amongst contacts that might have a potential interest in the matter.
Thanks in advance for your kind cooperation.
Best,
João Geirinhas
EUROGI Secretary General..."
E-mail: joao.geirinhas@eurogi.org
Web: www.eurogi.org

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Disaster Management and Space Technology – From Concepts to Application - évfordulós UNGIWG plenáris ülés Bonnban


Mai postánkból: Dr.Joerg Szarzynski irta az UN OOSA irodából.
"Dear Colleagues.
We are pleased to announce the Third United Nations International UN-SPIDER
Bonn Workshop: “Disaster Management and Space Technology – From Concepts to
Application”, which is being jointly organized by the United Nations Office
for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR).
The workshop will be held in Bonn, Germany, from 21 – 23 October 2009 in the UN Building in Bonn. (Háttérinformáció a címre kattintással tölthető le - RFG)
We are attaching the first announcement of the workshop and we would be
grateful if you could forward the announcement to colleagues that would
benefit from participating.
We are also planning the following meeting which is being organised
back-to-back with the Third International Bonn Workshop: UN Geographic
Information Working Group (UNGIWG) 10th (Anniversary) Plenary" in Bonn,
Germany, 19 to 21 October 2009.
We would highly welcome your participation within the workshop.
We also maintain a Calendar of Events with upcoming Conferences, Meetings
and Events relevant to the area of space-based solutions for disaster
management and emergency response. Please check out:
http://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=h1a93vb3rk6ud1tvrequjsfk8s%40group.calendar.google.com
Looking forward to meeting you in Bonn!
With best regards.
Joerg Szarzynski"

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Monday, March 16, 2009

Eddig 400 GSDI11 résztvevő regisztrált

Legújabb hír az EUROGI honlapjáról
(Forrás: http://www.eurogi.org/pooled/articles/BF_NEWSART/view.asp?Q=BF_NEWSART_310832)
GSDI 11 News

Release date: 16 Mar 2009
GSDI 11: The world’s largest and socially most important Geo-Spatial & SDI Conference of 2009!
GSDI 11 World Conference
Spatial Data Infrastructure Convergence – Building SDI Bridges to address Global Challenges
June 15-19, 2009 - Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The GSDI 11 Conference released a new brochure presenting the most recent developments and updates for the unique event to be held in Rotterdam.
See the GSDI 11 Brochure of March 2009
Confirmed featured speakers at the GSDI 11 Conference include:
. José Achache Director, GEO Secretariat Geneva, Switzerland
. Santiago Borrero - Secretary General, Pan-American Institute for Geography and History
. Dorine Burmanje - Chair Executive Board (Dutch) Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency
. Jacqueline Cramer - Minister of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, The Netherlands
. Jacqueline McGlade - Executive Director, European Environment Agency
. John McLaughlin - President and Vice-Chancellor, University of New Brunswick, Canada
. The Honorable Gary Nairn - Former Special Minister of State, Australia
. Robert Chen - Director, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Colombia. Secretary General, CODATA, International Council for Science
. Janez Potocnik - European Commissioner for Science and Research (tentative commitment)

Bas Kok, President of the GSDI Association, welcomes all the participants to the event:

Welcome address
GSDI President for GSDI 11 in Rotterdam

On behalf of the GSDI Association, I invite you to attend our 11th GSDI World Conference in Rotterdam. This dynamic city is famous for its modern architecture and rapidly developing skyline, and was Europe’s cultural capital in 2001. Rotterdam is also one of the largest sea ports in the world where more than 70,000 people find their employment.

I am inviting you to participate in our conference, which hosts a strong team of partners. INSPIRE will present the major outcomes of spatial data infrastructure implementation in the 27 European Union countries. Our Dutch partners will present the outcomes of the innovative Space for Geo Information (RGI) program as well as the GIDEON program. Full attention for the acceleration of SDI Opportunities and Innovations!

The main theme of GSDI 11 is SDI convergence. By building symbolic geo-information bridges between societies, cooperation with spatial communities throughout the world is intensified. This convergence process leads to sharing of experiences and uncovering main successes in SDI societies throughout the world. Together an agenda can be produced to work on solutions for major global societal problems. This cooperation process will give us all inspiration to set up more strategic alliances for the longer term.

The large amount of excellent papers to be presented at our conference and the high level keynote speeches in our plenary sessions reflect perfectly our conference ambition. Conversion, bridge building and the creation of new dynamics for the future are the main elements for our GSDI 11 conference.

A special word of thanks go out to the members of the Local Organizing Committee, our GSDI 11 partners: JRC of the European Commission, EUROGI, the Dutch partners RGI, Geonovum (CHAIR), Kadaster and Delft University of Technology as well as our sponsors who made it possible to organize this GSDI 11 conference.

I wish you a very prosperous and fruitful conference and a pleasant stay in The Netherlands.

Bas Kok
GSDI President

See information about Registration and Important Dates and see more information about the GSDI 11 Conference http://gsdi.org/gsdi11/

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EUROGI Tagok Napja és Közgyűlés Brüsszelben

EUROGI Vezetőségi ülés, Tagok Napja, Közgyűlés
Brüsszel,
Európai Bizottság
2009. március 25-27

Az EUROGI tagszervezeti képviselői. Forrás: EUROGI Titkárság, 2009 március


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Sunday, March 15, 2009

Challenges in Geospatial Data Harmonisation Pre-Conference Workshop at AGILE 2009

From our daily mail. Dr. Joahim Rix of Fraunhofer Institute sent this announcement this morning:
CALL FOR PAPERS
Challenges in Geospatial Data Harmonisation
Pre-Conference Workshop at AGILE 2009
June 02, 2009
Hanover, Germany

http://www.esdi-humboldt.eu/events/agile2009.html

------------------------------

European Spatial Data Infrastructures (ESDI) integrate the diversity of

geospatial data available for a multitude of European organisations. The

implementation of SDI in the context of initiatives like INSPIRE, GMES

and SEIS, requires that the organisations document, publish and

harmonise their geospatial data and support users in accessing this

information in a suitable way.

Data harmonisation is about creating the possibility to combine data

from heterogeneous sources into integrated, consistent and unambiguous

information products, in a way that is of no concern to the end-user.

This poses many different research challenges for facilitating the

harmonisation of geospatial data and metadata by automating the

necessary steps as far as possible.

This workshop will bring together researchers from different communities

to investigate current strategies and discuss future research

collaborations in the wider context of data harmonisation. Further, the

idea of the workshop is to learn about ongoing activities in research

projects that provide successful test cases for enabling geospatial data

harmonisation.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

* Research in harmonisation processing for e.g. resolution,

generalisation, edge matching, multiple representation, schema

translation

* Conceptual Schema Translation

o Specification of the mapping process

o Formal language for the specification

* Quality

o Specification of quality evaluation processes for harmonisation

o Metrics for quality evaluation of mapping processes

o Investigating the impact of processing on the quality of data

* How to enable semantic interoperability?

o Approaches with formal semantics, collaborative approaches,

approaches from machine learning, ...

o How to measure and express thematic accuracy?

* Handling gridded data (multidimensional grids) or dynamic data

(e.g. mathematical models for forecasts)

o Harmonisation issues

o Harmonisation processes

* Automatic set up of data harmonisation process

o Identification of existing heterogeneities such as semantic,

geometric, resolution or others

o Methods to automatically assign a specific harmonisation

process to a detected heterogeneity?

o How to handle specification and execution of workflows for

web services to construct complex transformation services?


PAPER SUBMISSION

We invite submissions of short papers (1000 - 2000 words). We are

looking for innovative research ideas as well as experiences with

applications and technologies. We especially encourage young researcher

and PhD students to submit their work. All papers will be peer-reviewed

and accepted papers will be invited for presentation at the workshop.

Selected paper will be invited for an extended submission for a Special

Issue of the IJSDIR.


Please send your submission by e-mail to submission@esdi-humboldt.eu

.


IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for submission: 17 April 2009

Notification of acceptance: 01 May 2009

Workshop: 02 June 2008


ORGANISATION

Eva Klien, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research

Sisi Zlatanova, Delft University of Technology

Christine Giger, ETH Zürich

Astrid Fichtinger, Technische Universität München



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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

EURADIN rendezvények nyárig



Forrás: http://www.fomi.hu/hunagi/pdf/2004/EURADIN_News_01.pdf
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Az ICT-PSP-GEO infokommunikációs politikát támogató program GEO része

Napi postánkból. Az alábbi levél Dr. Joachim Rix eSDI-Netplus projektmenedzseren keresztül jutott el a konzorciumi tagokhoz, így a HUNAGI-hoz is Krister Olson úrtól, aki a luxemburgi Információs Társadalom főigazgatóságon az eContent programok egyik felelőse:
"Dear all,
The presentation of the part of the 3rd call under the ICT Policy Support Programme (" ICT PSP") covering Geographic Information will be done in connection with the EUROGI 2009 Members Day that will take place in Brussels, Belgium on March 26 (agenda enclosed).
The 2009 Members Day is dedicated to European level related topics such as INSPIRE, co-funded projects and currently existent Programmes. A strong focus is given to projects being developed under the eContentplus Programme 2005‑2008, as well as to its follow up ICT-PSP-GEO.
The ICT PSP aims at stimulating innovation and competitiveness through the wider uptake and best use of ICT by citizens, governments and businesses. More information about the programme and the call can be found at http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/index_en.htm . More specific information regarding Geographic Information will be given in the presentation after which you will have the opportunity for individual discussions.
This event will be held in the facilities of the European Commission, 137 Rue Belliard, 1040 Brussels. The attendance is open and free of charge.
I hereby welcome the participation of all parties interested in the Geographic Information and Spatial Data infrastructure matters and look forward to seeing you. It would also be very appreciated if you could help in disseminating the information about this event in order to reach as large group of organisations and persons as possible.
With my best personal regards
Krister Olson

***************************************************************************
Krister Olson
European Commission
DG Information Society and Media
Unit E6 - eContent and Safer Internet
E-mail: krister.olson@ec.europa.eu
Postal address: EUFO 1177, rue Alcide de Gasperi, L-2920 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Visit address: 10, rue Robert Stumper, L-2557 Luxembourg
http://europa.eu.int/econtentplus
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/index_en.htm



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10. Műszaki Térinformatika Konferencia információi


Mai postánkból: Dr. Csemniczky László MTE elnök írta:
"Örömmel értesítjük, hogy a Műszaki Térinformatika Egyesület immár tizedik alkalommal rendezi meg konferenciáját, ez alkalommal közművek, településirányítás, távközlés, területfejlesztés és vezetékjog témakörében. Az idei rendezvénynek Balatonalmádi ad otthont 2009. május 7-8 között. Az alábbi link megnyitásával lehet információhoz jutni:
http://www.lundart.hu/gita/levelmutat.php. Az előzetes előadásjegyzék, jelentkezési lap a honlapon vannak (http://www.gita.hu/elist2009.php), ezek a php-ról is megnyithatók. A résztvevők mérnökkamarai továbbképzési pontokat szerezhetnek, amelyről a szervezők a helyszínen igazolást adnak.
A konferencia fő témakörei:
1. Műszaki térinformatikai rendszerek digitális alaptérképei
2. A digitális közműnyilvántartás szabályozása
3. Önkormányzati igények és a közműhálózatok nyilvántartása
4. Dokumentumkezelés
5. Térinformatika az ügyfélkapcsolatokban
6. Mobil alkalmazások és helymeghatározás
A rendezvény tájékoztatója itt is megtekinthető: http://www.gita.hu/gita10.pdf
Jelentkezés itt: http://www.gita.hu/j2009.html"
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Monday, March 9, 2009

Május 11-13 ICT konferenciasorozat Prágában

Nemzetközi Konferencia-sorozat Prágában a cseh EU elnökség félévében
(egyikük témája: téradat-infrastruktúrák a KKE országokban)
2009. május 12-13

Az eseményt megelőzi az ESDINETplus találkozó (május 12), valamint egy az INSPIRE transzpoziciós időszak tapasztalatainak megosztását tárgyaló találkozó (május 11).

A szervezést segíti Magyarországról mind a MAGISZ (Prof. Herdon Miklós), mind (részben az EUROGI-n keresztül) a HUNAGI. Bátorítjuk tagjainkat az aktív részvételre, a hazai fejlesztési és alkalmazási eredmények bemutatására.
Részletes információ a témakörökkel, jelentkezéssel kapcsolatban:
http://www.isaf.cz/index_en.php?iMenu=10

Az EUROGI főtitkára Joao Geirinhas percekkel ezelőtt küldte figyelmeztetését arra vonatkozóan, hogy március 16. a határidő a prágai INSPIREd CEE-SDI konferencia (2009 május 12-13) előadásainak beküldésére.
A konferencia felhívása az EUROGI honlapján is megtalálható itt:
http://www.eurogi.org/SITE/UPLOAD/DOCUMENT/News_2009/INSPIREd_CEE-SDI_1st_Announcement.pdf
vagy a konferencia weboldalán:
http://www.isaf.cz/index_en.php?iMenu=112&iMenuSec=iszl110
Kérdéseivel forduljon közvetlenül testvérszervezetünk a CAGI elnökéhez: Jiří Hiess at hiess2@cagi.cz (Telefonszáma: +420825816832).
A konferencia régiónk, Közép- és Kelet-Európa téradat infrastrukturáit kívánja felvonultatni, ezért több, mit kívánatos, hogy az EU cseh elnöksége félévében Prágában rendezett konferencián Magyarország is megfelelő szinten bemutatkozzon. HUNAGI erről tagjait és partnereit ezért külön körlevélben is tájékoztatja.

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Európai szintű címharmonizáció - EUROGI műhely Hollandiában

Az EUROGI az EURADIN (an eContent-funded project aimed to define a European infrastructure for address interoperability) konzorcium tagja, a FÖMI-vel és a Geox Kft-vel együtt. Az EUROGI teljes jugú tagjaként a HUNAGI-nak lehetősége van a projektben való közvetett részvételre. Ennek keretében az EUROGI által a madridi vezetőségi ülésen előtárult lehetőségre a HUNAGI jelentkezett és a lezajlott elnökségi állásfoglalások eredményeként hamarosan szándéklevelet ad ki egy EURADIN magyarországi műhely megszervezésére és lebonyolítására EUROGI támogatás mellett. Ebben a folyamatban előrehaladott egyeztetés folyik az EUROGI vezetésével és a EURADIN WP9 (ismeret-továbbadás, fogadókészség erősítés témakör) EUROGI felelős szakértőjével, az olasz
Corrado Ianuccival.
A HUNAGI közreműködés célja egy hazai Címharmonzációs műhely megrendezése lesz, előzetes terv szerint augusztus legvégén, Budapesten. A részletek az EUROGI-val és a HUNAGI tag FÖMI-vel és Geox Kft-vel szorosan egyeztetve várhatóan április elejn rajzolódnak ki.
Április 3-án a hollandiai Velhovenben (a NAVTEQ székhelyén) az EUROGI projektértekezletet szervez elsősorban olyan EUROGI tagországok aktív részvételére számítva, akik nem résztvevői az EURADIN projektnek (Belgium, Luxemburg, Izland, Írország és Svájc). A műhelyen más érdeklődők részvételére is számítanak.

Forrás: Mr. Corrado Iannucci
EURADIN WP9 leader for EUROGI
ing.corrado.iannucci@alice.it.

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Sunday, March 8, 2009

Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre in XXI-th century Conference in Moscow

International Conference on Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre in XXI-th Century
"The 230-th Anniversary of Moscow State University for Geodesy and Cartography"
[ http://www.miigaik.ru/ ]
May, 25-29, 2009,
Moscow, Russia

[ http://230.miigaik.ru/ ]

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Friday, March 6, 2009

VIII. Nagykanizsai Térinformatikai Konferencia

MEGHÍVÓ
VIII. Nagykanizsai Térinformatikai Konferencia
Halis István Városi Könyvtár
2009. 03.12.
10.00
Megnyitó
Marton István
Nagykanizsa MJV Polgármestere
10.10
A jövő körvonalai - új lehetőségek előtt a térbeli adatkezelés
Dr Szabó Szilárd
Főszerkesztő
Térinformatika online
10.30
HUNAGI és az európai trend
Dr Remetey-Fülöpp Gábor
Főtitkár
HUNAGI
10.50
Energiatérkép
Barkóczi Zsolt
Igazgató
VÁTI Kht.
11.10
Solar Boston „megújuló energiaforrások - ESRI szoftverekkel”
Híri István
Utility üzletágvezető
ESRI Magyarország Kft.
11.30 Szünet
11.50
Geocaching verseny eredményhirdetése
12.10
Európa biomassza potenciáljának bioenergetikai szempontból
történő klasszifikálása hagyományos és távérzékelési módszerek ötvözésével

Gyuris Péter
Térinformatikus
Geonardo Kft.
12.30
Mobil térinformatikai problémák és megoldásuk, így látjuk mi
Hóber Balázs
Digiterra Rendszerház Kft.
12.50
Centiméter—GPS
Érsek Ákos
GPSCOM Kft.
13.10 Zárszó
Bene Csaba
Igazgató
Bővebb felvilágosítás:
Faragó Zsolt
Szakmai vezető
Nagykanizsa és Térsége TISZK
8800 Nagykanizsa, Erdész u. 30
Tel: 06-20-265-3885

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TakarNet24 projekt nyitó rendezvény

Részletek a címre kattintással és/vagy a tegnapi HUNAGI Naplóban, az http://hunagi8.blogspot.com oldalon
For details click on the headlines. Further details will be found in the spot of the HUNAGI Blog in English at http://unsdihu.blogspot.com

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

GIS4EU Műhely Székesfehérváron - Második felhívás

Mai postánkból. Lévai Pál kolléga továbbította a levelet a hírrel a mai nap:
"Dear colleagues
Please find below the second Call for Abstract for the "Toward Inspire International Workshop",
Please be so kind and distribute this call in your professional environment.
Many thanks and best regards from
GIS4EU Project Coordinator
Dr. Stefania De Zorzi"

INVITATION AND CALL FOR PAPERS

"Towards INSPIRE" International Workshop 18-19 March 2009 - Szekesfehervar, Hungary University of West Hungary Faculty of Geoinformatics, Building "B"
www.inspire.gis4eu.eu
in conjunction with
GIS Open 2009 18-19 March 2009 - Szekesfehervar, Hungary
Faculty of Geoinformatics University of West Hungary, Main Building
www.geo.info.hu/gisopen/gisopen2009

Workshop Description

The workshop is a paramount opportunity for GIS experts, coming from research institutions, industry and administrations to meet and exchange information and experiences. The main focus of the event is to analyse the INSPIRE Directive (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe) from a technical point of view and present the results of the recent EU projects in this field.
In particular the program of the workshop aims to share information on issues related to international data models and analyse the INSPIRE Directive as a legislative and methodological framework for all EU Member States.
GIS experts from academia, government, research organisations and industry are welcome to submit the abstracts of their latest work for oral presentation at the workshop.

Themes
The program committee welcomes papers in all areas of INSPIRE theme and we particularly encourage contributions in
# INSPIRE testing and application;
# Instruments and tools for data modelling versus INSPIRE model;
# Geospatial Web Services - services and geodata sharing by the web
# Multilanguage aspects on geodatabase
# Impact of SDI on Europe - experiences with current spatial data infrastructures at local, regional, national level under the Inspire directive
# Cost-benefit assessment for INSPIRE implementation

Authors' guidelines
Authors are required to submit their abstracts by e-mail within 5th March 2009.
Submission of an abstract is mandatory for submitting a paper.
See more detailed instructions
Oral Presentation and Proceedings
After notification of accepted abstracts, each author is required to prepare:
Oral presentation: each author has 15 minutes of presentation including discussion and is supported by slides and Power Point presentation (in any case the duration of the presentation depends on the number of papers).
All presentations will be uploaded during the Congress with a USB Key or a CD-Rom.
Papers: the oral presentation is mandatory for the publication of paper in the Proceedings of "Towards INSPIRE International Workshop".
Authors are invited to submit their full papers in a Word file, no later than 30 April 2009
See more detailed instructions
Further information
For further information or questions please send an e-mail to:
* De Zorzi Stefania (CORILA, Italy) dezorzi@corila.it
* Levai Pal (FOMI) levai.pal@fomi.hu
* M* Taupert Szilvia (University of West Hungary) tsz@geo.info.hu
Key dates
* Abstract submission deadline: NEW 05/03/2009
* Notification of accepted abstracts deadline: 06/03/2009
* Registration deadline: 06/03/2009
* Camera-ready final papers deadline: 30/04/2009
Kiállítási lehetőségre vonatkozó legújabb, mai információ:
http://www.inspire.gis4eu.eu/sponsors.asp
Ugyanezen a honlapon találhatóak a kapcsolatos egyébb hírek és információk.


HUNAGI is the National GI Association having over one hundred members.
For more information on Geospatial Hungary please visit
http:// www.hunagi.hu and its linked interactive blogsites devoted to GI, SDI technologies and services e.g. http://hunagi8.blogspot.com or
http://unsdihu.blogspot.com

INSPIRE Atlas of Implementation Methods

Az INSPIRE megvalósítási módszerek atlasza
(INSPIRE: Atlas of Implementation Methods)
EuroSDR rendezvény Brüsszelben
2009. április 29-30. között.
További információ:
http://www.fomi.hu/hunagi/pdf/2004/flyerEuroSDR_Atlas_workshop.pdf

HUNAGI is the National GI Association having over one hundred members.
For more information on Geospatial Hungary please visit
http:// www.hunagi.hu and its linked interactive blogsites devoted to GI, SDI technologies and services e.g. http://hunagi8.blogspot.com or
http://unsdihu.blogspot.com

HUNAGI és a PSI

Tavalyi meghívás alapján március elseje óta a HUNAGI Napló szerkesztője is részt vesz az európai PSI Platform (közadatok újrahasznosítása témakör) kommunikációs feladataiban. Ennek előzményei több évre nyúlnak vissza (GKM és MATISZ rendezte "imatermi" konferenciák (amelyen a FÖMI, Fővárosi Földhivatal, HUNAGI szakemberei is részt vettek), az ePSIplus koppenhágai, civil szervezetek bevonásával szervezett műhelye (melyen a MATISZ és a HUNAGI képviselői szerepeltek) vagy legutóbb az ePSIplus párizsi tematikus záróműhelye. Ez utóbbi rendezvény három kitüntetett területre, a téradatok, meteorológiai adatok és a jogi információk elérhetőségére összpontosított. Az ülésen a KvVM-HUNAGI szerződés keretében a COWI vezette HUNAGI Munkacsoport gazdasági hatástanulmányához is jól felhasználható dokumentumokhoz sikerült hozzájutni.
Emlékeztetőül legyen itt a közel négy évvel ezelött, az A38 hajón megszervezett ePSIplus műhely programja, melynek már akkor volt térinformatikai szekciója az FVM FTF, VÁTI, FÖMI, HUNAGI aktív részvételével.

Hungarian National PSI Seminar
Budapest, 13th May, 2005.

09.30 -10.00: Registration
10.00 – 10.10: Opening speech
Erzsébet Bánkuti (Ministry of Informatics and Communications, Deputy Secretary of State)
10.10 – 10.30: Opening presentation
Rob Davies (ePSInet)
Keynote presentations:
10.30 – 10.50: Case studies in the commercial re-use of PSI in the Central.-Eastern European region
(Jerzy Celichowsky, Open Society Institute)
10.50 – 11.10: PSI and freedom of informations – the contradictions of the Hungarian legal situation
(Zsuzsa Kerekes, Parlamentary Commissioners’ Office of Hungary)
11.10 – 11.30: PSI and the Hungarian content industry (József Mlinarics, Hungarian Association of
Content Industry)
11.30 – 11.50: National Action plan of adopting PSI directives in Hungary (Károly Solymár, Ministry
of Informatics and Communictaion)
11.50 – 12.20: Coffee break
12.20 – 14.00: Workshop: PSI in Geodata (organised by Hungarian Association for Geo-
Information)
Chairmen: Chris Corbin, Info Dynamics Research Associates, Director for Geospatial Information
Policy & European Strategy and Gábor Remetey, Hungarian Association for Geo-Information
(HUNAGI)
Keynote speaches
12.20 – 12.35: European overview of PSI in Geospatial informations (Chris Corbin, Info Dynamics
Research Associates, Director for Geospatial Information Policy & European Strategy)
12.35 – 12.50: PSI and Geospatial informations in the Central-Eatsern European region (Gerhard
Muggenhubber, EuroGeographics)
12.50 – 13.05: PSI and Geospatial informations in Hungary (Szabolcs Mihály and Zoltán Forgács,
General Intitute of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing)
13.05 – 14.00: Roundtable discussion with Chris Corbin, Rob Davis, András Galambosi (Ministry of
Informatics and Communictaion), Örs Szokolay (VÁTI), Dénes Szendrő (Department of Land
Information and Geoinformation, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development)
Moderated by Chris Corbin and Gábor Remetey
14.00 – 14.05: Closing speech: (Peter Szigeti, ePSINet, Hungarian country coordinator)


HUNAGI is the National GI Association having over one hundred members.
For more information on Geospatial Hungary please visit
http:// www.hunagi.hu and its linked interactive blogsites devoted to GI, SDI technologies and services e.g. http://hunagi8.blogspot.com or
http://unsdihu.blogspot.com