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Rüdiger Gartmann, on behalf of Andreas Wytzisk con terra GmbH, Münster, Germany Monetising SDIs... eLicensing and ePayment for Spatial Services
© con terra GmbH 2 SDI Value Chain
© con terra GmbH 3 Spatial information is valuable >even if its for free! Spatial information can be used for commercial products >its raw material for spatial products, applications, etc. Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) are the distribution network >moving the raw and semi-finished products from the producer to the user If value is created along the value chain, there is a need for metering and accounting! And spatial information is heterogeneous! >Its not sufficient to summarise what is taken from and given to the network Basic Assumptions
© con terra GmbH 4 Homogenious good Producers measure their output Users measure their consumption Only balance is determined Actual origin of product does not matter => Unlike SDIs! Power Networks By Stefan Riepl (Quark48), Hintergrund weiss gefaerbt von Leon.Quark48 at de.wikipedia. Later version(s) were uploaded by Leon at de.wikipedia. [CC-BY-SA-2.0-de (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by- sa/2.0/de/deed.en)], from Wikimedia Commons
© con terra GmbH 5 SDIs are classical value chains Along the value chain, raw materials are assemled to semi-finished and finally to end products Each step adds value, so each step may need individual accounting Value Chains
© con terra GmbH 6 Interoperability Find the right content! Product catalogs Search tools … Technical integration Standards Services … Legal agreements Negotiate contracts? Sign papers? …
© con terra GmbH 7 Status quo of SDIs ensures technical interoperability Applying business aspects >must not break technical interoperability >must ensure immediate workflows >must support existing technology >must solve all business requirements (terms and conditions, prices, rights and duties,...) cf. INSPIRE Data & Service Sharing Implementing Rules: >Convey legal terms and conditions >Transparency of charges >Licence creation without delay Applying Business Aspects to SDIs
© con terra GmbH 8 Protection aspect >Services are protected against unlicenced access >If a valid licence is provided, access is granted >If the licence includes restrictions (e. g. spatial, content, …), these have to be enforced Conclusion aspect >Licence offer >Licence agreement Management aspect >Maintenance of existing licences >Accounting eLicensing of Geo Services
© con terra GmbH 9 Why is spatial special? Data Sharing in SDIs
© con terra GmbH 10 Books >Price Geo products >Geographic extent >Layers >SRS >Data format >Price formula, with regard to the parameters >Download or service >... Product Aspects
© con terra GmbH 11 Be generic >Support different business models >Click-through vs. configurable licenses >Free of charge vs. flat rate vs. pay-per-use >Pre-paid vs. post-paid >General access vs. user-specific access vs. license configuration- based access >Provide an easy-to-use workflow to >clearly convey license terms >allow easy license conclusion >give immediate access >limit access to license terms Challenges for Licensing Solutions
How eBusiness is implemented in license.manager
© con terra GmbH 13 licenseManager Deployment
© con terra GmbH 14 Licence description (What is it all about?) Terms and conditions (What is allowed? What is not?) Configuration options (Customise your licence) Access rights (How can you access the service?) Price models (What do you have to pay?) Elements of Licence Models optional
© con terra GmbH 15 Users and roles Register services Definition of licence and price models WMS WFS WFS-T WCS license.manager Administration Workflow
© con terra GmbH 16 Select a service Licence Conclusion Workflow
© con terra GmbH 17 License Configuration
© con terra GmbH 18 License Acceptance
© con terra GmbH 19 Confirmation
© con terra GmbH 20
© con terra GmbH 21
Rüdiger Gartmann Thank you for your attention!
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