Presentation on theme: "CEN/TC 287 general presentation 1 CEN/TC 287 Standardization of Geographic information general presentation Annet van der Horn secretary CEN/TC 287 Arnold."— Presentation transcript:
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 1 CEN/TC 287 Standardization of Geographic information general presentation Annet van der Horn secretary CEN/TC 287 Arnold Bregt chaiman CEN/TC 287
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 2 Content Standards CEN CEN/TC 287 Published Standards
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 3 Standards Written agreements Consensus All parties concerned
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5 Benefit of standards do not reinvent the wheel profit 1 Euro = 100 Euro research disaster management binding clients legal status public procurement
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 6 Standards National standards: ELOT, UNI, DIN, AFNOR.. European standards: EN International standards: ISO
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 7 CEN all Member bodies voting obligation Enquiry → Formal Vote → EN compulsory standards implementation withdrawal of conflicting national standards Differences ISO - CEN P and O members DIS → FDIS → IS voluntary standards implementation conflicting national standards possible BS. 2003
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 9 CEN How many European standards are there?
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 10 CEN
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 11 CEN/TC 287 TC 287: 'Geographic information': Standardisation of digital geographic information Structured framework of standards and guidelines Specify a methodology to –define geographic data and services –describe geographic data and services –transfer geographic data and services Close co-operation with ISO/TC 211 Consistent use of geographic information Support a spatial data infrastructure
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 12 CEN/TC 287 Benefits underpin common spatial infrastructures required by European governments; provide affordable routes to geographic information in an enlarged European Union; enable research and development to be carried out on a pan- European basis; open up new spatial data resources; increase availability, usability and understanding of data; re-use data in multiple applications; enable interoperability between systems.
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 13 CEN/TC 287 Priorities To facilitate the building of the infrastructure for spatial information in Europe by: adopt ISO series of standards as CEN standards; developing new standards that underpin INSPIRE implementing rules; developing other new standards, specifications and technical reports; ensuring interoperability with ISO/TC 211, INSPIRE and OGC; promoting the use of and education on standards for geographic information.
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 14 CEN/TC 287 implement rules in standards, whenever possible in parallel processing INSPIRE updates IR, according to new standards INSPIRE or CEN/TC 287 identify requirements and inform each other INSPIRE CEN/TC 287ISO/TC 211 INSPIRE develops IR’s, based on existing EN-ISO standards if required, update of ISO standards (simplified) Relation between EN-ISO and IR (EU)
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 15 EC DG Joint Research Centre (JRC) EuroGeographics CEN/TC 278 “Road transport and traffic telematics” ISO/TC 211“Geographic information/Geomatics” CEN/TC 287 Liaisons DGIWG EuroSDR ISSS MMI-DC Open Geospatial Consortium Inc. (OGC) Eurogi European Space Agengy (ESA)
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 16 EN ISO Reference model EN ISO Conformance and testing EN ISO Profiles EN ISO Spatial schema EN ISO Temporal schema –EN ISO 19108/C1 EN ISO Rules for application schema EN ISO Methodology for feature cataloguing EN ISO Spatial referencing by coordinates EN ISO Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers 25 Published standards
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 17 EN ISO Quality principles EN ISO Quality evaluation procedures –EN ISO 19114:2005/AC EN ISO Metadata EN ISO Positioning services EN ISO Portrayal EN ISO Encoding EN ISO Services EN ISO Schema for coverage geometry and functions 25 Published standards
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 18 EN ISO Simple feature access –Common architecture EN ISO Simple feature access –SQL option EN ISO Web map server interface EN ISO Data product specifications EN ISO Location-based services – Tracking and navigation EN ISO Procedures for item registration EN ISO Core profile of the spatial schema CEN/TR Standards, specifications, technical reports and guidelines, required to implement Spatial Data Infrastructure 25 Published standards
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 19 EN ISO Geographic information — Methodology for feature cataloguing Provides a standard framework for organizing and reporting the classification of real world phenomena in a set of geographic data. A feature catalogue should present the particular abstraction represented in a given dataset clearly, precisely, and in a form readily understandable and accessible to users of the data.
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 20 EN ISO Geographic information – Metadata Provide data producers with appropriate information to characterize their geographic data properly; Facilitate the organization and management of metadata for geographic data; Enable users to apply geographic data in the most efficient way by knowing its basic characteristics; Facilitate data discovery, retrieval and reuse. Users will be better able to locate, access, evaluate, purchase and utilize geographic data; Enable users to determine whether geographic data in a holding will be of use to them.
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 21 CEN/TR Standards, specifications, technical reports and guidelines, required to implement Spatial Data Infrastructure to identify standards required to implement a SDI in Europe; to propose a roadmap for future standards; to provide recommendations for measures to be taken in order to support implementation and maintenance of a SDI.
CEN/TC 287 general presentation 22 more information: