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Friday, June 18, 2010

EUROGI és tagszervezetei az INSPIRE konferencián és kapcsolódó műhelyein

Mai postánkból. Az EUROGI titkársága tudósít a szervezet tagjainak aktivitásáról a jövő heti krakkói INSPIRE konferencián. Amennyiben a HUNAGI tagszervezetei, tagintézményei közül bárkinek lenne előadása, posztere vagy egyéb szerepe az INSPIRE konferencián vagy a társult műhelyek valamelyikén, az erre vonatkozó hírt megkapva ugyanitt közreadjuk.
"INSPIRE NEWS:
We are looking forward to seeing you at next’s INSPIRE Conference in Krakow.
Please find the list of the Meetings, Presentations and Workshops on where our (EUROGI) members are active and on Projects we are involved in:
Tuesday 22 June
Lunch time: EGIN Informal Lunch
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ESRI Presentation & Workshop:
Oral presentation abstract #168. Please find in attach the version already posted on the conference website, scheduled for Wednesday, June 23 at 16:40.

The preconference workshop #128 How to become an INSPIRE node and fully exploit the investments made? Solution patterns for data & service providers and for consumers: end users & developers, scheduled for Wednesday, June 23 at 16:40. Please find in attach the final version.
IN Informal Lunch
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Intergraph Workshops & Sessions
Pre-conference workshops will be organized on Tuesday, June 22.
Intergraph will be participating in the following:
9h00- 10h30 INSPIRE and Nature Conservation: the NATURE-SDIplus contribution
Intergraph’s speaker: Carmelo Attardo
9h00 - 10h30 GIS4EU: a cooperative project to apply the INSPIRE directive
Intergraph’s speaker: Alina Kmiecik
Intergraph will also participate in the following sessions:
Wednesday, June 23
INSPIRE Plenary: Report on INSPIRE Implementing Rules Development and Related Initiatives
Room: Aula Duza
14h00- 15h30 INSPIRE Implementing Rule development: Reports on Annex I Data Specifications
initiatives Panel of facilitators Annex II and III - scope of work and relations with otherthemes
Intergraph’s speaker: Alina Kmiecik
16h00- 17h45 INSPIRE Implementing Rule development: Reports from the Annex II and III Thematic Working Groups
Intergraph’s speaker: Alina Kmiecik
National Frameworks
Room: Sala Wystawowa II
17h20 -17h40 Project geoportal.gov.pl - implemented INSPIRE services
Intergraph’s speakers: Dariusz Ciesla and Marek Szulc
Industry Session
Room: Athina Trakas
16h20 -16h40 Maintenance of INSPIRE Catalogues: High function capabilities in support of discovery, evaluation, and data knowledge
Intergraph’s speaker: Bruce Westcott
17h00 - 17h20 SOA architecture and interoperability of spatial web services - usage in geodetic and
cartographic data maintenance processes
Intergraph’s speakers: Robert Widz, and Marek Brylski
Thursday, June 24
Spatial Planning
Room: Aula Srednia II
11h00- 12h30 Carmelo Attardo, Application Engineer at Intergraph, will chair this session
Thematic Communities I
Room: Aula Lutz
14h00 - 15h30 Reporting and Exchange of Air Quality Information Under CAFÉ Directive Using INSPIRE
Services – Testbed Results
Intergraph’s speakers: Alina Kmiecik, Dominik Kobus, Magdalena Bednarek, Anna Zamolska, Piotr Krok, Marek Brylski and Carmelo Attardo
17h20 - 17h40 Impact analysis of the operational implementation of the INSPIRE rules in data harmonization and aggregation: the GIS4EU case
Intergraph’s speaker: Carmelo Attardo and Sergio Farruggia
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Pre-conference Workshops on Tuesday 22 June
11.00 hrs How to become an INSPIRE node and fully exploit the investments made? Solution patterns for data & service providers and for consumers: end users & developers
11.00 hrs European SDI Best Practices in Dialogue (eSDInet+)
14.00 hrs Plan4all – Interoperability of Spatial Planning Data
16.00 hrs European Address Forum
Wednesday 23 June
14:00 INSPIRE AND NSDI Implementation IN Europe: Its status 2009 (with former President Ian Masser as co-author)
14:20 ATLAS of INSPIRE implementation – an inventory of experiences, successes and headaches of European national mapping agencies (with Ingrid Vanden Berghe as co-author)
16:00 What is exportable of INSPIRE ? How to contribute to a global management of GI. (Mauro Salvemini)
16:40 Capacity building for INSPIRE Implementation – A Danish Case Study (Henning Sten Hansen)
16:40 SDI Solutions for INSPIRE: Technologies Supporting a Framework of Cooperation (with Guenther Pichler as co-author)
16:40 The Swedish implementation of INSPIRE – a part of demand-driven development of an infrastructure of geodata (former Board and Excom member. Ewa Rannestig)
17:20 Designate data providers for Inspire The Dutch approach (co-author Rob van de Velde)
Poster presentation
18.00 hrs CEE-SDI Workshop (Jiri Hiess)
Thursday 24 June
11:00 Plan4all – State of the Art in Spatial Planning Data Harmonisation and Transnational SDI-Building (with Mauro Salvemini as co-author)
12:00 Achieving interoperability of spatial data (with Eva Klien as co-author)
14:20 Future land use in the frame of INSPIRE How local information will meet European requirements (François Salgé)
16:40 Operational SDIs: The Sub National Dimension in the European Context (eSDInet+)
Friday 25 June
14:20 EURADIN: A framework for Address Cooperation
14:40 Horizontal Interoperability among National Geoportals of Spain, France, Portugal and Andorra (with co-authors Sebastián Mas and Rui Pedro Juliao)
14:20 SDI Assessment Looking Towards the European Interoperability Framework (with co-author Franco Vico)
INSPIRE: Transformation Network Service workshop announcement
At the end of 2009, the INSPIRE Committee gave a positive opinion to an amendment to the Network Services Regulation including the Implementing Rules for thenetwork service of type transformation. (Amendment text)
The accompanying technical guidance drafted by the Network Service Drafting team does not cover schema transformation, although schema transformation is identified as one of the useful transformation service category. The available time and resources have not allowed the Drafting Team "Network Services" to propose a separate technical guidance for this purpose.
Consequently and to support the Member States for the implementation of this Network Service, the Commission awarded a contract to RSW Geomatics, 1Spatial and Rob Walker Consultancy for the development of technical guidance for the schema transformation in line with the proposed regulation.
To ensure an as wide as possible consultation of the technical guidance, the Commission is organizing an INSPIRE conference workshop at Krakow on Tuesday 22nd June at 14.00 (http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/events/conferences/inspire_2010/) where interested SDIC/LMO will have the opportunity to provide feedback and discuss with the authors of the Technical Guidance.
More precisely, the workshop will introduce the technical guidance, briefly demonstrate a prototype schema transformation service conformant with the technical guidance, and will aim at getting as much feedback from potential providers and users as possible to confirm if the conclusions reached in the Technical Guidance are understood and are based on correct assumptions.
The current draft version of the technical guidance is available at http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/documents/Network_Services/JRC_INSPIRE-Trans formService_TG_v2-0.pdf and it already incorporates many comments and suggestions from the INSPIRE Drafting Teams and Thematic Working Groups since the first version was produced earlier this year.
Finally, the Technical Guidance should be read in conjunction with the State of the Art Analysis report which shows which existing systems have been considered and which languages and formats might be considered as alternatives.
Hoping to see you at the workshop,
Thanks again for your help and interest in INSPIRE,
Best regards
The EC INSPIRE team
We would like to wish you all a very fruitful INSPIRE Conference.
Kind Regards,
The EUROGI Secretariat
EUROGI-European Umbrella Organisation for Geographic Information
email: eurogi@eurogi.org
E-mail Secretary General: bino.marchesini@eurogi.org
Tel SG: +31 881 833 130 (Kadaster, NL)
WEB: www.eurogi.org "

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