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1 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013 SMEs Perspective in Training for INSPIRE Saio Giorgio – GISIG

2 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Objectives of the Association A European Network for: set up a network on GIS technology and applications group expertise from universities, companies and users promote and develop joint projects promote the participation in EU Programmes and initiatives in the field of GI. Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

3 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group GISIG Partnership Universities/Research Institutes Enterprises: –GIS Operators –Users National/Regional bodies Others (Networks, Development operators) Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

4 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group GISIG Activity Lines Projects and Thematic Networks development Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

5 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Training Needs Training is needed regarding the content and the topics subject of the new European Directives and Policies, such as INSPIRE, SEIS, GMES, WFD, PSI, etc Training is also needed to support European project development Training is needed about the new technologies related to access and management of Geographical Information, more and more popular, in and with a European dimension In such a context, GISIG is developing a line of action able to integrate various experiences and offer to its Members and the GI Community different training opportunities, according to a flexible and interoperable schema Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

6 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Training and SMEs perspectives SMEs could get important benefits regarding Training in the context of INSPIRE: On one side, they have the opportunity to learn and acquire new skills or to improve their knowledge On the other side, they could play an active role being themselves promoters of training actions and increase their portfolio of services (towards Public sector, but not only) and offering training More at the end of this presentation Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

7 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group EU Policies and Training: an integrated approach for supporting interoperability

8 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Training Framework (e-learning)

9 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group The VESTA-GIS Course Catalogue (www.vesta-gis.eu) Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

10 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Course METADATA example Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

11 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group The VESTA-GIS Course Catalogue Learning Paths in the Catalogue Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

12 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Structured Training Packages in the context of Projects Training Frameworks: HUMBOLDT Training Framework HUMBOLDT- Towards the Harmonisation of Spatial Information in Europe (www.esdi-humboldt.eu) (GMES SIP-CT )www.esdi-humboldt.eu NATURE-SDIplus Training Framework NATURE-SDIplus –Best Practice Network for SDI in Nature Conservation (www.nature-sdi.eu) (eContent+ ECP )www.nature-sdi.eu BRISEIDE Training Framework BRISEIDE – Bridging Services, Information and Data for Europe (www.briseide.eu) (CIP-ICT-PSP )www.briseide.eu NESIS Training Framework NESIS A Network to enhance a European Environmental Shared and Interoperable Information System (www.nesis.eu) ICT PSP Grant Agreement No www.nesis.eu Cases of Learning Paths Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013 others…

13 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Project Training Framework Schema Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

14 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group E- learning Platform (s) Costitute the infrastructure(s) hosting the training modules and training material. Estabilished by widely diffused open source e-learning tools. Open to the project members and (open registration) to the users Communities. Once subscribed to the Module (or Modules), the user is redirected to an e-learning platform with personalized access. Decentralised: Training Material is hosted in different platforms. Training material developed on a variety of formats: Presentations with voice, screencasts, plain text lectures, exercises, etc. Allows monitoring the user progress and students/ teachers interaction. Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

15 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Number of Modules Modules developed in the project Training Frameworks Content Portfolio of Training Modules: 56 (including other VESTA-GIS modules) Users: about 600 users registered to access the modules on the e-learning Platform Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

16 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group The Training Platform Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

17 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group EU Policies and Training: an integrated approach

18 18 © 2007 Humboldt Consortium Fraunhoferstraße Darmstadt HUMBOLDT (GMES project) Development of a Framework for Data Harmonisation and Service Integration HUMBOLDT Training Framework Level 1 – Humboldt Knowledge Overview of GMES Web Services Metadata, Concepts and Standards Data Harmonisation INSPIRE Basics of Data Modelling

19 19 © 2007 Humboldt Consortium Fraunhoferstraße Darmstadt HUMBOLDT Training Framework Level 2 – Humboldt Framework Data Harmonisation with the HUMBOLDT Framework The HUMBOLDT Framework tools Level 3 – Humboldt Scenarios Border Security, Urban Planning, Forest, Protected Areas, EriskA, Transboundary Catchments, Ocean, Atmosphere, Urban Atlas

20 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group EU Policies and Training: an integrated approach

21 NatureSDIplus 21 The project contributes to the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive with targeted reference to the following cluster of data themes of the INSPIRE Annexes: Protected Sites (Annex I) Biogeographical regions (Annex III) Habitats and biotopes (Annex III) Species distribution (Annex III) Best Practice Network for SDI in Nature Conservation eContentplus Programme Best Practice Network ECP

22 Background Knowledge on Nature Conservation MODULE 1 - NATURE CONSERVATION GI Data Modelling and Standards MODULE 2 - METADATA MODULE 3 - DATA HARMONIZATION MODULE 4 - STANDARDS Basic IT Standards MODULE 5 - BASICS OF WEB SERVICES INSPIRE MODULE 6 - THE INSPIRE DIRECTIVE Training Package 22 Level 1 Background Knowledge Level 2 SDI and Nature conservation Level 3 Applications Level 1 - Background Knowledge

23 MODULE 7 - NATURE CONSERVATION IN INSPIRE MODULE 8 – DATASETS ANALYSIS AND DATA POLICIES MODULE 9 – PROCEDURES AND TOOLS FOR DATA HARMONISATION MODULE 10 – DATA REMODELLING – PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE MODULE 11 – NATURE-SDIplus INFRASTRUCTURE MODULE 12 – TESTING THE COMPLIANCE OF OUTCOMES WITH INSPIRE AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS Training Package 23 Level 2 SDI and Nature conservation Level 1 Background Knowledge Level 3 Applications Level 2 - SDI and Nature conservation

24 MODULE 13 - GOOD PRACTICES Interreg IIIA Alcotra Italy-France - Flora and habitat conservation and management in the south-western Alps Dutch Provinces – datasets INSPIRE compliant GIS data base Of Osogovo Mountains in Bulgaria and Macedonia Problems of Strandja Nature Park Territory Borders BDN (Banche Dati Naturalistiche) State Cadastre of Protected areas Information system of Protected species ISTB Information system for taxons and habitats EnviroGeoPortal – Geoportal of Environmental infrastructure for Geographic information in Slovakia VIC Nature MESH (Mapping European Seabed Habitats) NBN Gateway (National Biodiversity Network's Gateway) Training Package 24 Level 3 Applications Level 1 Background Knowledge Level 2 SDI and Nature conservation Level 3 - Applications

25 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group EU Policies and Training: an integrated approach

26 26 NESIS (ICT-PSP Thematic Network) A Network to enhance a European Environmental Shared and Interoperable Information System To provide a coherent ICT roadmap for the SEIS implementation, with the consolidation of existing best practice. To promote the uptake of ICT solutions to address the fundamental problems faced by public authorities in providing information related to monitoring and reporting environmental data. To support a shared vision for streamlining current information and reporting systems and to promote the adoption of an interoperable information infrastructure

27 I.NESIS approach and SEIS requirements A combined Top-Down and Bottom-Up approach for the identification of the requirements for the ICT component of SEIS II.ICT Services for SEIS NESIS proposal for a technological Roadmap for the SEIS implementation III.Guidelines for technical implementation About how SEIS could be developed IV. SEIS specific ICT aspects V. Towards SEIS implementation It propose a possible action plan for the SEIS implementation Main outcomes -> Training Courses - Towards the ICT implementation of SEIS - NESIS Good Practices for SEIS – about ICT aspects of environmental data management (methods, technology, procedures)

28 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group EU Policies and Training: an integrated approach

29 BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, March 2010 Trento, Italy BRI dging SE rvices I nformation and D ata for E urope 1.Time-aware extension of data models developed in the context of previous/ongoing EU INSPIRE related projects (e.g. in the context of GMES, eContentPlus), 2.Application (e.g. Civil Protection) based on the integration of existing, user operational information and 3. Value added services for spatio-temporal data management, authoring, processing, analysis and interactive visualisation. BRISEIDE BRIdging SErvices, Information and Data for Europe

30 BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, March 2010 Trento, Italy BRI dging SE rvices I nformation and D ata for E urope Level 1: Background Knowledge Training related to knowledge useful to operate with the BRISEIDE Framework Training Modules : Risk Management Metadata Tools for Metadata creation and editing Data Harmonisation Geo-Standards Basic of Web Services The INSPIRE Directive BRISEIDE Training Modules

31 BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, March 2010 Trento, Italy BRI dging SE rvices I nformation and D ata for E urope Level 2: Technical Knowledge Training related to the creation, scope and use of the BRISEIDE Services. Training Modules: Multitemporal data and development of spatio- temporal services. Assessment and evaluation of the BRISEIDE System. Use and integration of the BRISEIDE System. BRISEIDE Training Modules

32 BRISEIDE is supported by the CIP / ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.BRISEIDE Kick-off meeting, March 2010 Trento, Italy BRI dging SE rvices I nformation and D ata for E urope Level 3: Applications Training modules for real-life operational scenarios that have implemented the BRISEIDE Services. Training Modules : BRISEIDE Training Modules Landslide Risk Earthquake Risk Emergency Management Monitoring of hydrogeological disturbances Flood Management Sustainable Forest Management Environmental quality Forest fire management

33 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group An example of a NATURE-SDIplus Training Action

34 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group BRISEIDE Training Actions Based on two proposed Training Paths: BRISEIDE for Decision Makers This Training Action is aimed to provide to data custodians and end users the required background knowledge useful to operate with the BRISEIDE system and guidance to use the proposed solutions in their organizations. BRISEIDE for Developers This Training Action is devoted to developers and technicians interested in the BRISEIDE architecture, developed services and the setup and maintenance of the system.

35 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Report on the Training Actions The Briseide for Decision Makers Training Action counted 55 registered users from 14 different countries the Briseide for Developers counted 61 registered users from 16 countries. A detailed monitoring for each of this users is available thanks to the administrator view of the e-Learning Platform. Since the beginning of the action, 252 logins have been counted. After the completion of the Training action modules the user is invited to compile and sent a courses evaluation/questionnaire form. Based on the feedback received, the offered material has been improved or better tuned. If requested, Participants to the Training actions can receive a certificate about the participation.

36 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Training Framework evaluation Evaluation form from the Training Actions

37 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Collaboration with CEN TC 287 WG Education and Training Liaison CEN TC 287 – GISIG to support a reference portal for the training material of GI European projects Participation to WG Training and Education For instance to Discuss the adoption of innovative learning technologies and methodologies and the use of eLearning tools to host and organize the training material, as for example the Training Framework and course catalogue developed in various European initiatives, like VESTA-GIS, HUMBOLDT, NATURE-SDIplus, etc.

38 38 EU Policies and Training: an integrated approach

39 39 Key objective to support INSPIRE and SEIS implementation through deployment and integration of value-added eEnvironment services available at national level and through past/on-going key EC-funded project. eENVplus Technical Meeting eEnvironmental services for advanced application within INSPIRE no

40 From Objectives to the Concept EISPSI Initiatives Policy Environmantal Directives CAFÉ Air Water Nature Conservation ENV Risks LandUse Planing Everyday Life

41 41 Scenarios & Pilots Scenario TitleENV AspectPilots Implementation of a SEIS for air quality dataAir Quality BELGIUM ITALY Providing INSPIRE-compliant access to utility services: the case of sewage networks in Flanders WaterBELGIUM CSspire Everyday life issues connected to Environmental aspects CZECH REPUBLIC / SLOVAKIA Natural Areas INSPIRE Compliance ToolboxNature ConservationFRANCE Forest Fire Management ScenarioEnvironmental Risk (Fire)GREECE Window on the Protected Areas - Mobile Conservation Map (WMA MCM) Nature Conservation HUNGARY / SLOVAKIA INSPIRE GeoportalNature conservationICELAND Geological Map Harmonization Environmental Risk (Geohazard) ITALY / SLOVENIA Urban Ecological Landuse Planning Ecological Landuse Planning PORTUGAL Air Water Nature Conservation ENV Risks LandUse Planing Everyday Life In 10 pilots, 9 Scenarios, 3 cross-border

42 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group 42 Training Framework (e-learning) Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

43 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Example of Training Paths for SmeSpire (1) Context knowledge for INSPIRE (1) Data Harmonisation Basics of Web Services INSPIRE Network Services Introduction on Semantic Web Standards in Geographical Information Data specification INSPIRE introduction Spatial Data Infrastructure Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

44 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Advanced technical Modules (2) Procedures and Tools for Data and Metadata Harmonisation Basic concepts of XML and GML Data Remodelling: Practical Experience Metadata and Data validation for INSPIRE Cataloging of Data Sets and Services Geospatial Portals as SDI User Interfaces Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013 Example of Training Paths for SmeSpire (2) Technological trends and innovative solutions (3) Linked data Sensor Web

45 Geographical Infomation Systems International Group Training and SMEs perspectives SMEs could get important benefits regarding Training in the context of INSPIRE: take the opportunity to learn and acquire new skills or to improve their knowledge Participation to the smeSpire Training actions Stay tuned with us promote training actions and consider to provide training services (towards Public sector, but not only) Define customised Training Paths, together with your customers Dialogue Session on Leveraging SMEs Strength for INSPIRE 16 th May, 2013

46 46 Thank for your attention! You are welcome to the smeSpire Training Framework!


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