Presentation on theme: "INSPIRE and MSFD Examples of using spatial data within MSFD context Darja Lihteneger, European Environment Agency, 04.07.2013."— Presentation transcript:
INSPIRE and MSFD Examples of using spatial data within MSFD context Darja Lihteneger, European Environment Agency, 04.07.2013
Outline INSPIRE: infrastructure and components INSPIRE: Data provider’s point of view INSPIRE spatial data themes and MSFD Mapping data models: INSPIRE and thematic domains Examples
INSPIRE = spatial information infrastructure Built on national spatial data infrastructures Based on standards Interoperable Providing human and machine access and use of spatial data sets and services Data / service providers National SDI Data / service providers National SDI Country A Country B Users Technical rules under INSPIRE: Metadata Data sets and interoperability Services Machine-machine interaction Sharing measures Governance + INSPIRE monitoring, reporting + +
INSPIRE: Data provider’s point of view Data / service providersINSPIRE Metadata INSPIRE Discovery service to search for data and services Describe data and services with metadata Make spatial data INSPIRE conformant INSPIRE Annex I, II, III data specifications INSPIRE transformation service INSPIRE View service Provide view service INSPIRE Download service Provide download service INSPIRE Invoke spatial data services Offer different services Users
INSPIRE spatial data themes and MSFD Presentation by Cecilia Silvestri, ISPRA at INSPIRE Conference 2013
Mapping data models: INSPIRE and thematic domains Basic principle to extend INSPIRE schema INSPIRE Example: Co-existence between MSFD and INSPIRE MSFD INSPIRE MSFD only Common to MSFD and INSPIRE INSPIRE only MSFD INSPIRE MSFD INSPIRE MSFD INSPIRE MSFD Options in mapping:
Example 1: MSFD Reporting marine (sub)regions
Example 2: harmonisation based on INSPIRE MSFD Spatial data set of marine regions INSPIRE Area management data spec. What to map? -Names of attributes -Code lists -Data types (text, number, date, …) -Identifiers: structure and value -Relationships (1:M, 1:1, M:N) Mapped to 2 different structures !
Example 3: Combining spatial and tabular (thematic) data Spatial data sets = Eionet water stations (latitude, longitude; point representation) Thematic data = Chlorophyll-a concentrations in 2012 in coastal and transitional waters (Source: WaterBase)
Example 4: re-using data from several data flows Chlorophyll-a concentrations in 2012 provided at Eionet water stations – coastal and transitional waters (Source: WaterBase; WISE) Coastal waters (WFD)
Final thoughts INSPIRE will not deliver spatial data sets, but DATA PROVIDERS WILL! Don’t wait for perfect infrastructure for spatial information! Start SHARING and USING spatial data sets and services based on INSPIRE provisions! COOPERATION IS ONE OF THE KEY ELEMENTS!