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Future trends on geospatial distributed infrastructures How EEA leverage upcoming technologies and brings its daily needs into cost effective but interoperable.

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1 Future trends on geospatial distributed infrastructures How EEA leverage upcoming technologies and brings its daily needs into cost effective but interoperable platform. Nordic Workshop 30th – 31th Oct 2013

2 Web applications Crowd sourcing Citizen science Information integration Information desimination Web applications Crowd sourcing Citizen science Information integration Information desimination

3 SEIS principles On 1st of February 2008, the Commission adopted a Communication on SEIS (1). In it the principles that SEIS will be based on are described as follows: Information should be managed as close as possible to its source; Information should be collected once, and shared with others for many purposes; Information should be readily available to public authorities and enable them to easily fulfil their legal reporting obligations; Information should be readily accessible to end-users, primarily public authorities at all levels from local to European, to enable them to assess in a timely fashion the state of the environment and the effectiveness of their policies, and to design new policy; Information should also be accessible to enable end-users, both public authorities and citizens, to make comparisons at the appropriate geographical scale (e.g. countries, cities, catchments areas) and to participate meaningfully in the development and implementation of environmental policy; Information should be fully available to the general public, after due consideration of the appropriate level of aggregation and subject to appropriate confidentiality constraints, and at national level in the relevant national language(s); and; Information sharing and processing should be supported through common, free open standards.

4 Other international data sources Other web enabled content Topic centres & EEA produce European datasets EEA web enabled content Member countries deliver national data Collection and desimination Member country 1 Member country 2 Member country 3 Member country... EEA managed content External content EEA Main office Copenhagen ReportNet Web services / Web applications / Web sites Downloadable datasets / etc... European Topic Centres (ETC) European Topic Centres (ETC)

5 EEA and its European Topic Centres Consortia of institutions across EEA member countries EEA Main office Copenhagen ETC (NL) Air polution and Climate Change mitigation ETC (FR) Biological Diveristy ETC (IT) Climate Change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation ETC (CZ) Inland, Coastal and Marine waters ETC (DK) Sustainable Consuption and Production ETC (ES) Spatial Information and Analysis GIS work is very distributed Consortia can change every five years

6 Web centric GIS architecture Desktop tools Open access Decentralized authoring Central maintenance GIS Expert ETC/EEA Advanced user Web sites Novice user Online tools Inspire

7 Popular GIS architectures

8 Centralized Maintenance Monitoring Functionality ETC (IT) Climate Change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation EEA Web GIS architecture ArcGis Server Farm On premisse ArcGis online ArcGis online Cloud EEA Central infrastructure consumer ETC (FR) Biological Diveristy ETC (DK) Sustainable Consuption and Production ETC (NL) Air polution and Climate Change mitigation ETC (ES) Spatial Information and Analysis ETC (CZ) Inland, Coastal and Marine waters Decentralized publishing

9 Simplify publishing on the web for European Topic Centres and EEA staff Any GIS desktop user can publish based on some easy guidance Any GIS desktop user can publish based on some easy guidance

10 Simplify meta data management for European Topic Centres and EEA staff Tools to import from EEA Catalog and export as INSPIRE ISO19139 Use the build in INSPIRE validation. Metadata stays with the source.

11 ReportNet and Linked data for European Topic Centres and EEA staff

12 Websites Mobile apps ArcGis desktop Mapinfo Quantum GIS UdIG ArcGis online Manager, Citizens, Policy makers Understand our users Desktop software Web applications GIS Experts, Analysts, Database experts Thematic experts Produce easy to understand interactive maps Guided by templates to ensure common user interfaces ArcGis Server Farm ArcGis online ArcGis online

13 Centralized Maintenance Monitoring Functionality ETC (IT) Climate Change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation EEA Web GIS architecture ArcGis Server Farm On premisse ArcGis online ArcGis online Cloud EEA Central infrastructure consumer ETC (FR) Biological Diveristy ETC (DK) Sustainable Consuption and Production ETC (NL) Air polution and Climate Change mitigation ETC (ES) Spatial Information and Analysis ETC (CZ) Inland, Coastal and Marine waters Decentralized publishing

14 ArcGis online as central repository

15 Make interactive maps Web-service (map service) Web-service (tiled service) Web-service (feature service) Web-service (map service) Web map (configuration) Web application (template) Web application (configuration) Map document (ArcMap) Map for Office (Excel) Desktop Web-services Web maps Web applications

16 Web-service (map service) Web map (configuration) Web application (template) Map document (ArcMap)

17 Web maps everywhere /nature/index_en.htm consumer ArcGis online ArcGis online Map config ?? Map config 3 Map config 4 Map config 1 Map config 2

18 EEA maps to the global level consumer ArcGis online ArcGis online Map config ?? Map config 3 Map config 4 Map config 1 Map config 2

19 Centralized Maintenance Monitoring Functionality ETC (IT) Climate Change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation EEA Web GIS architecture ArcGis Server Farm On premisse ArcGis online ArcGis online Cloud EEA Central infrastructure consumer ETC (FR) Biological Diveristy ETC (DK) Sustainable Consuption and Production ETC (NL) Air polution and Climate Change mitigation ETC (ES) Spatial Information and Analysis ETC (CZ) Inland, Coastal and Marine waters Decentralized publishing

20 Centralized maintenance Total items published

21 Centralized maintenance Who is using Corine Landcover services, how many and what’s the map name? Filter on all Landcover services

22 Adding functionality by developing reusable templates Web application (template) End user can pick from a number of templates

23 Web centric GIS architecture Desktop tools Open access Decentralized authoring Central maintenance GIS Expert ETC/EEA Advanced user Web sites Novice user Online tools Inspire

24 Desimination and interoperablity All web services EEA has available. Can be used in desktop applications and self build and maintained web applications. Web-service (map service) 2 2 -OGC WMS -WMS for INSPIRE -Esri Rest API -Google KML -(WFS for INSPIRE) -(OGC WFS)

25 Desimination and interoperablity Map applications maintained and managed by EEA. These can be re-used for other to integrate into web sites. Interactive maps can be passive and active integrations. Web application (template) 4 4 Contact EEA for specific needs

26 Questions Jan Bliki


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