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Friday, February 25, 2011

ENSZ Térinformatikai Munkacsoport ülése a Meteorológiai Világszervezetben

Az ENSZ Térinformatikai Munkacsoportja vezetője David Stevens (UNOOSA SPIDER) vezetője ma küldött figyelemfelhívása szerint az idei plenáris ülésre Genfben kerül sor március közepén. A háromnapos találkozó szekcióülései közül jónéhányat videoközvetítéssel  HUNAGI tagsága is nyomon követhet.
A menetrendet és linket a HUNAGI Napló közreadja majd. 

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Real CORP 2011


Mai postánkból. Dr. Manfred Schrenk CORP és CEIT/Alanova igazgatója írja:
"...it is a pleasure to inform you that the detailed (draft) PROGRAM for REAL CORP 2011 conference is already available, have a look at
REAL CORP 2011 – 16th International Conference on Urban Planning, Regional Development and Information Society
CHANGE FOR STABILITY: LIFECYCLES OF CITIES AND REGIONSThe role and possibilities of foresighted planning in transformation processes
18-20 May 2011,
Zollverein World Heritage Site, SANAA Building,
Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
www.corp.at

We expect about 200 highly interesting presentations from all over the world,
keynote speeches by Henk OVINK (NL), Bernd STREICH (DE) and TSENG Tse-Fong (TW),
input from leading decision makers and experts from the Ruhr-area and North Rhine-Westphalia
as well as tours on world heritage site Zollverein.

Like always we will try our best to arrange – hopefully with support of the participants – attractive social events and a good mood and creative spirit during the conference.
Please consider that the deadline for early bird registration is March 15th 2011.
REAL CORP 2011 is a co-operation of
  • CEIT ALANOVA - Central European Institute of Technology, Department for Urbanism, Transport, Environment and Information Society, www.ceit.at
  • Ministry for Economic Affairs, Energy, Building, Housing and Transport of North Rhine-Westphalia, www.mwebwv.nrw.de
  • ISOCARP - International Society of City and Regional Planners, www.isocarp.org
  • M:AI – Mobile Forum for presenting Architecture and the Art of the Engineer in North-Rhine Westphalia, www.mai-nrw.de
  • CORP association - Compentence Center of Urban and Regional Planning, www.corp.at.

Please allow me to take the opportunity and point out some other interesting planning (related) events:

Seminar
Spatial Planning in Europe in terms of INSPIRE
Information, Requirements and Challenges
A Seminar for public and private actors active in the field of spatial planning in Europe
Brussels, 24. February 2011, 14.00 – 18.00, ISOCARP Brussels Liaison Office
http://www.plan4all.eu/extractor/fileReader.php?file=plan4all-brussels-seminar-web.pdf
 (organized by ISOCARP in the framework of PLAN4ALL-project, see www.plan4all.eu)



47th ISOCARP Congress
“Livable Cities: Urbanizing World, Meeting The Challenge",
23 - 28 October 2011 in Wuhan, China
www.isocarp.org/

REAL VIENNA - The Real Estate and Investment Fair focused on Central & Eastern Europe
24-26 May 2011, Reed Messe Vienna
www.realvienna.at/

Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize 2012 open for nominationswww.leekuanyewworldcityprize.com.sg 

Biennial international award to recognise individuals and organisations that have made outstanding contributions to the creation of vibrant, liveable and sustainable urban communities around the world. It seeks to recognise individuals and organisations responsible for urban initiatives that display foresight, good governance or innovation in tackling the many urban challenges faced by cities. These urban initiatives can include (but are not limited to) urban planning projects, urban policies and programmes, urban management, as well as applied technology in urban solutions.
The Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize is named after Singapore’s first Prime Minister, who currently holds the position of Minister Mentor. Mr Lee is instrumental in developing Singapore into a distinctive, clean and green garden city in a short span of a few decades. Under his leadership, the adoption of strategic land use, transport and environmental policies and programmes have helped Singapore to develop into a liveable city with a high quality living environment, in tandem with rapid economic growth.

5th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam: Making City - CALL FOR PROJECTS
http://www.iabr.nl/EN/
The 5th IABR calls for submissions of projects that advance innovative responses to today's most pressing urban challenges. Municipal, metropolitan and national governments, cultural organizations, researchers, designers, and other parties are invited to submit design projects that rethink the existing interaction between politics, planning and design.

SUME – Sustainable Urban Metabolism For Europe (European Union Research Programme FP7)International Conference Urban Development 2050: Resource Efficiency through City Planning, Vienna, 3 May 2011
http://sume.at/http://sume.at/webfm_send/72 (English conference announcement)




I hope you find this information useful - please feel free to share it with your colleagues and friends!
It would be great to welcome you to Essen in May 2011 for REAL CORP 2011 at Zollverein World Heritage Site.
As usual, detailed information and latest news are always available on our website www.corp.at
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at m.schrenk@isocarp.org or at office@corp.at

Best regards,
Manfred Schrenk and the CORP-Team


Manfred Schrenk, managing director

CEIT - Central European Institute of Technology
&
CEIT ALANOVA
Department for Urbanism, Transport, Environment and Information Society

Concorde Business Park 2 / F
A-2320 Schwechat

mobile +43 664 8544390
fax +43 1 90360 1299
m.schrenk@ceit.at
www.ceit.at

Director CORP - Competence Center of Urban and Regional Planning, www.corp.at
Vice-President / Treasurer ISOCARP - International Society of City and Regional Planners, www.isocarp.org"

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Térinformatikai gazdaságról a hannoveri CeBIT-en (külön: ármodellek, liszencek, adatvédelem)

Mai postánkból: Dr. Jörg Reichling a németországi Földtudományok és Nyersanyagok Hivatalának Térinformációs Gazdaság Bizottságának ügyvezetője írja mai figyelemfelhívásában:
"vom 01.-05. März 2011 findet die CeBIT in Hannover statt. Die CeBIT ist das weltweit wichtigste Kommunikationsforum der IT-Wirtschaft.
Wir, die Kommission für Geoinformationswirtschaft beim Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie, stehen Ihnen auch in diesem Jahr für Fragen rund um das GeoBusiness zur Verfügung!
Besuchen Sie uns in Halle 9, Stand B47.
Wir präsentieren uns dort auf dem Messestand des Bundesministeriums für Wirtschaft und Technologie.
Am Mittwoch, 02. März 2011 in der Zeit von 11:40 Uhr bis 12:00 Uhr stellen wir Ihnen im "CeBIT lab talk" in Halle 9, A40 die "Berliner Erklärung" vor.
"Berliner Erklärung" - was ist das?
Unter dem Motto "Geo goes Business 2015" hatte die GIW-Kommission am 04. November 2010 gemeinsam mit seinem Partner, der Initiative D21 e.V., den GeoBusiness CONGRESS ausgerichtet. Im Fokus standen neue Leitlinien für die Zukunft im deutschen GeoBusiness. Ziel der Veranstaltung war es u.a. ein Positionspapier für das GeoBusiness zu entwickeln - die "Berliner Erklärung". Sie zeigt, was notwendig ist, um das enorme Marktpotenzial von staatlichen Geoinformationen besser zu nutzen. Die GIW-Kommission setzt damit ein deutliches Zeichen für die Verbesserung der Rahmenbedingungen im GeoBusiness. Die Berliner Erklärung richtet sich insbesondere an die Leitungsebenen in Politik, Wirtschaft und Verwaltung.
MinDirig Stefan Schnorr (BMWi) und Dr. Jörg Reichling (GIW-Kommission) stellen die Berliner Erklärung gemeinsam vor und stehen Ihnen für Fragen zur Verfügung.
Zur Präsentation der Berliner Erklärung am 02. März 2011 um 11:40 Uhr im Veranstaltungsforum "CeBIT lab talk" (Halle 9, A40) laden wir Sie ganz herzlich ein.
Ab dem 02. März 2011 steht die "Berliner Erklärung" auch auf unserer Homepage (www.GeoBusiness.org) zum Download bereit.
Außerdem informieren wir Sie über die aktuellen Entwicklungen in unseren TaskForces zu den Themen "Preismodellen", "Lizenzen" und "Datenschutz" im GeoBusiness in Deutschland. Mit unserer Informationsdrehscheibe für die Wirtschaftwww.GeoMonitoring.org zeigen wir Ihnen, wo Sie Web-Dienste schnell und zentral finden können."

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Tagszervezetünk térinformatikai rendezvénye májusban



Térinformatikai Konferencia és Szakkiállítás
Debrecenben
A konferencia első körlevele a címsorra kattintva és a következő honlapon olvasható:


Saturday, February 19, 2011

Földrajzi adatok jogi szempontjai - Spatialist Műhely HUNAGI LAPSI Csapat résztvevővel

A T.U.Leuven egyik épülete. Kép: HUNAGI, 2009

Mai postákból. Kate Lance PhD írja a GSDI Legal & SocioEcon munkabizottság tagjain keresztül a HUNAGI tagjai és partnerei számára is /Az eseményen a LAPSI projektvezetéssel egyeztetve a HUNAGI LAPSI Csapat egyik tagja Iván Gyula FÖMI főigazgatói tanácsadó is részt vesz): 
The Spatialist project ( http://www.spatialist.be/eng/index.htm ) is holding its second workshop on legal aspects of geographic data, taking place in Leuven, Belgium on Friday 18 March 2011, from 9.30 to 17.00.
This workshop intends to bring together the members of the GI&SDI community whose work and activities are aimed to progress the research, policy and practice with regard to the legal aspects of geographic data, either as a lawyer or as a researcher or professional in other fields closely related with law or policy. The objective of the workshop is to have an annual meeting where we can get an overview of existing research and discuss newly emerging legal issues.
For the second edition, three main themes are on the agenda. The morning session will be dedicated to licensing policies and the possibilities for harmonization. In the first session of the afternoon we will address location privacy, and the second afternoon session will deal with the new calls for a “right to data”. For each theme, there will be two or three short presentations followed by a discussion, to which you are all invited to participate. Speakers include Paul Uhlir (The National Academies), Melanie Dulong-Rosnay (CNRS), Helen Darbishire (Access Info), Ed Parsons (Google), Bastiaan van Loenen (TU Delft) and Eleni Kosta (K.U.Leuven).  The exact titles of their presentations will be made available later.
If you would like to attend the workshop, you can register by sending an e-mail to 
katleen.janssen@law.kuleuven.be
before 25 February 2011. The workshop will take place at the premises of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT of the K.U.Leuven. Information on the location and accommodation options is in the attached file.  In order to enable a good discussion, we can only include maximum 25 participants. 
_______________________________________________
Legal-Socioecon mailing list
Legal-Socioecon@lists.gsdi.org
http://lists.gsdi.org/mailman/listinfo/legal-socioecon


A háttérdokumentum itt tölthető le:

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Adatmegosztás és adatitegráció - GEOSS regionális szimpózium

Mai postánkból. A GEO Titkárságról érkezett:
"Following the announcement of the Fifth GEOSS Asia-Pacific Symposium: Towards the Establishment of Data Sharing and Data Integration in the Asia-Pacific Region, which was circulated on 21 January, we are now pleased to attach herewith the Symposium Agenda, as well as the Agendas of the four parallel sessions.
Information on the venue and accommodation, as well as online registration, can be found on the Symposium website: http://www.geoss-ap-symposium.org/index.html"
Részletekért klikk a címsora vagy ide:
www.earthobservations.org

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Emlékeztető: INSPIRE konferencia előadásbeküldési határidő közeleg!


Ma érkezett figyelmeztetés az EUROGI-tól
 A gentle reminder that the deadline for submission of abstracts for the INSPIRE Conference is the 24 February 2011
 The INSPIRE Conference 2011 will take place from 27th June to 1st July 2011 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The theme of this year's edition is "INSPIREd by 2020 - Contributing to smart, sustainable and inclusive growth"
In 2010, the European Union renewed its commitment to 'knowledge-based' sustainable development by putting forward three mutually reinforcing priorities in the Europe 2020 Strategy:
  • Smart growth: developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation;
  • Sustainable growth: promoting a more resource efficient, greener and more competitive economy;
  • Inclusive growth: fostering a high-employment economy delivering social and territorial cohesion.
This edition of the INSPIRE Conference offers an opportunity to explore INSPIRE's contribution to Europe's 2020 strategic goals and to root it's further implementation and development in the EU 2020 follow-up programmes.
  • INSPIRE for Sustainable Growth calls for ideas and demonstrations of INSPIRE's contribution to resource efficiency and greenhouse gas reductions. For protecting the environment and preventing biodiversity loss. For strengthening the resilience to climate risks, and disaster prevention and response capacities.
  • INSPIRE for Smart Growth explores INSPIRE's contribution to Europe's Digital Agenda and more in particular it's role in eGovernment and the development of eEnvironment services.
  • INSPIRE for Inclusive Growth - opens new avenues for INSPIRE in the context of New Skills for New Jobs. It calls for an exploration on the kind of jobs and the potential for job creation related to INSPIRE. What skills and competences are needed? What kind of education and training is needed? What kind of INSPIRE applications can help people integrate in the communities where they live?
In addition to these 3 exploratory chapters, the INSPIRE Conference will examine and report on the progress being made in the development and implementation of INSPIRE Directive and Implementing Rules.

Topics for which contributions are sought include, but are not limited to,
  • INSPIRE Implementation: Legislative measures, coordination and organisational models
  • INSPIRE and the global context: Global Monitoring for Environment and Security, Global Earth Observation System of Systems, SEIS,
  • Environmental Thematic communities and applications (The Marine Environment, Biodiversity, agriculture and environment, human health and environment, energy resources, cross thematic applications...)
  • Licensing frameworks
  • GeoPortals and registries
  • Social, economic and environmental impact
  • Education and awareness raising
  • Regional and Local SDIs
  • Trans-national SDI projects (including EU (co-)funded projects)
  • New policies, new requirements, new stakeholders
  • New and Evolving tools and technologies (Sensor web, linked data ...)
  • Spatial Data Services
We are particularly interested in accounts of what works, and what does not work, what are perceived benefits for policy, public administration, citizens and the private sector. Proposals will be evaluated by the programme committee and those accepted will be included in programme and published in the on-line conference proceedings.
More information is available on the INSPIRE Conference website: http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/events/conferences/inspire_2011/?page=call_for_papers
HUNAGI is megjelenik az INSPIRE Konferencián:

Monday, February 14, 2011

Az INSPIRE megvalósítás módszerei és eszközei - Konferencia Szófiában

Mai postánkból. Ulrich Boes (URSIT Ltd. & AGISEE) vezetője írja mai levelében:
"we would like to invite you to participate in the conference "Methods and Tools for the implementation of the European Directive INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe)".
The conference will take place in Park Hotel Moskva in Sofia on 16 March 2011. It will inform about possibilities of realizing spatial data infrastructures and will present tools, practical experiences and results necessary for the realization of INSPIRE and how to align existing geospatial data with the INSPIRE requirements. It is organized in the context of the two European projects Nature-SDI+ and Humboldt, with URSIT Ltd. as the main organizer, supported by Vitosha Nature Park Directorate and Strandja Nature Park Directorate - Bulgarian partners in the Nature SDI+ Project, and the Association for Geospatial Information in South-East Europe (AGISEE).
You find more information at http://www.ursit.com/conference.php. On this site, you can also register to the conference."

Friday, February 11, 2011

2nd Annual Geospatial Summit


Budapest, Hungary
1st – 3rd June
In its second year, the Summit will again provide an excellent opportunity to meet and network within the international geospatial community. Throughkeynote presentations, panels and case studies, the speakers at this event will share their insights about the use of geospatial intelligence.
Through keynote presentations, panels and case studies, the speakers at this event will share their insights about the use of GIS in:
·        Situational awareness
·        Interoperability
·        Co-operation between states
·        Border control
·        Refugee trafficking
·        Environmental protection
·        Crime
·        Security
Testimonial:
‘Thank you for organizing a most enjoyable conference. The range and quality of speakers and their presentations was excellent.’
Jeff Bird, Defence Geographic Centre, UK
Geographic Support Air SO3
Request your program now and enjoy the advantage of early booking.
The event will bring together Heads of Geospatial Intelligence, GIS, Remote Sensing, Operation and Analysis and will provide a great opportunity to meet and network with fellow delegates in the industry. 
More information:
Barbora Kuckova
Marketing Executive
Fleming Europe
T:  +421 257 272 126
F:  +421 255 644 490

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Stakeholder meeting on Geographic Information - Information days on CIP ICT PSP call 5


Ma érkezett ! Kneisz Ferenc úr,  a Nemzeti Fejlesztési Minisztérium Infokommunikációs Államtitkárságának stratégiai referense jóvoltából kaptuk az alábbi, továbbított körlvelet:
 "Email to the EU, EEA, Turkish, Croatian and Serbian CIP-ICTC Delegations 
(also to EU Permanent Representations and EEA, TR, HR and RS Missions)
Dear all,
"We hereby inform you that the Commission is organising a second stakeholder meeting on Geographic Information (GI) in Luxembourg on 3 March 2011. The purpose of this meeting is to continue the discussion of possible activities in the area of Geographic Information that could be taken into consideration for funding in the framework of CIP ICT PSP, launched at a first meeting held on 20 October 2010.
Attached you will find the agenda for the event. In line with the objectives of the DAE and CIP ICT PSP, the meeting will revolve around the discussion of European added-value products or services based on GI that are likely to contribute to economic growth, the obstacles that currently hinder the deployment of such products or services, how these obstacles can be overcome, to what extent the required digital content is available and which stakeholders need to be involved in order to bring a possible project to a successful conclusion.
Furthermore, we also inform you that, in addition to the general information day on CIP ICT PSP call 5 on 28 February, a dedicated information day for the theme of Digital Contentwill take place in Luxembourg on 8 March 2011. Registration will be open until Thursday, 3 March 2011 at 18:00 hrs via the programme website at
This event will also be added to the list of information days that is published on the CIP ICT webpage (http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp).
In case you have any questions, please contact the CIP-ICTC Secretariat by e-mail: infso-cip-ictc-secretariat@ec.europa.eu.
Best regards,

Alessandro Barbagli
Head of Sector - CIP-ICT Committee Secretariat
European Commission
DG Information Society and Media"

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

HUNAGI LAPSI csapat képviselők a berlini PSI és nyílt rendszerek műhelyen

A LAPSI projekt figyelemfelhívására a  HUNAGI LAPSI csapat részéről két szakértő vesz részt a márciusi berlini műhelyen Juhász Géza Péter (CASCADOSS Magyarországi Egyesület elnöke) és Podolcsák Ádám, a Compet-terra Kft ügyvezetője. Mindketten idén év elején csatlakoztak a HUNAGI LAPSI csapathoz, vállalva a megfelelő LAPSI munkacsoport munkájába való bekapcsolódást, amely nyomonkövetést, akciókban való lehetőség szerinti részvételt, szakanyag véleményezését, beszámoló elkészítésében való részvételt és az ismertetterjesztésében való közreműködést jelenti.
A kiutazók közül az egyesületi szakértő repülőgegy és szállás költségét a HUNAGI LAPSI kerete biztosítja. A küldetést követően a kiutazók a LAPSI Csapat nyílvános ülésén számolnak be tapasztalataikról és gyűjtött imereteikről, de benyomásaikról az ePSIplatform LAPSI számára is fenntartott blogján is írhatnak.
A berlini program a következő:



Programma ePSI platform Berlin: Open Data: Apps for Everyone?

Source: ePSIplatform.eu
The full programme for the ePSIplatform's Berlin event is now available. Register and join us on February 18th!
Berlin, 01 February 2011
The full programme for the ePSIplatform's Berlin event is now available. Register and join us on February 18th!
Berlin Meeting Agenda
Morning programme
8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Welcome – Introduction and Overview
Speaker(s):
  • Rob Davies EPSIPlatform
  • Daniel Dietrich Open Data Network Germany
9:15-10:45 Session 1 - Setting the Scene: Open Data, PSI Re-Use and Apps
Speaker(s):
  • Daniel Dietrich , Open Data Network Germany
  • Richard Swetenham, European Commission, DG INFSO
  • Prodromos Tsiavos, Industry Expert on PSI Re-use and Apps
Session 1 Moderator: Dr. Peter A. Hecker, GEOkomm e.V.
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Session 2 - Opportunities and Challenges: Here and Elsewhere
Speaker(s):
  • Denis Berthault, LexisNexis France, GFII, PSI Alliance
  • Christian Kreutz, Frankfurt-gestalten.de (Spokesman for practical examples from Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich)
  • Dr. Martin Fornefeld, MICUS, IWG-Netzwerk e.V. (EU Law as Motor Report / Market Analysis)
Session 2 Moderator: Michael Fanning, Online Consultants International GmbH
12:30-13:00 Introduction of the New ePSIPlatform Contractor
Session opened by Rob Davies, ePSIPlatform
  • Introduction of the new ePSIPlatform Contractor Zenc, The Netherlands
  • Outline of future plans for the ePSIplatform Zenc, The Netherlands
  • Moderated Q&A session Zenc, The Netherlands
13:00-14:00 Lunch
A lunch with tea and coffee will be provided
Afternoon programme
14:00-15:45 Workshops - Characterising Opportunities and Challenges
Workshop 1: “Think local, act local!”
Workshop 1 Moderator: Stefan Gehrke, Open Data Network Contributor(s):
  • Germany Christian Kreutz (Frankfurt), Julia Witt (Berlin), Dr. Marcus Dapp (Munich)
  • EU Open Cities Project - Jens Klessman, Fraunhofer FOKUS
  • EU LOD2 Project - Sören Auer, TU Leipzig
  • France Daniel Kaplan, FING (to be confirmed)
Workshop 2: “Access, re-use, innovate!”
Workshop 2 Moderator: Matthias Spielkamp, iRights Contributor(s):
  • John Weitzmann, Creative Commons Germany
  • Mathias Schindler, Wikimedia Germany
  • Kristof de Meulder, APIE, France
  • Thomas Langkabel, CSC
Workshop 3: “Open data, collective benefits?”
Workshop 3 Moderator: Michael Hörz, Open Data Network Contributor(s):
  • Morten Lind, Senior Advisor, Danish Enterprise and Construction Authority
  • Rufus Pollock, Open Knowledge Foundation
  • Anke Domscheit-Berg, Government 2.0 Network Germany (Microsoft Deutschland GmbH)
15:45-16:15 Break
16:15-16:45 Workshop Round-up - Drawing Together the Opportunities and Challenges Regarding Open Data and PSI Re-use in Germany
Workshop 1,2,3, Moderator(s): Give an account of the workshop and its outcome, approx. 10 minutes.
Workshop 1: “Think local, act local!”
Workshop 2: “Access, re-use, innovate!”
Workshop 3: “Open data, collective benefits?”
Workshop Round-up Moderator: Michael Fanning, Online Consultants International GmbH.
16:45-17:00 Conclusion and “Auf Wiedersehen!”
Last comments: Daniel Dietrich, Open Data Network Germany
The ePSIplatform.eu team (both the current and incoming team) is looking forward to meeting you in Berlin! Don't forget to register!

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