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Date 2005-02-10 Name Dr. Roland M. Wagner Interoperability in a national and international context – implementing SDIs – NRW Case Study AGI Technical SiG.

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1 Date Name Dr. Roland M. Wagner Interoperability in a national and international context – implementing SDIs – NRW Case Study AGI Technical SiG Event London

2 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context 2 Environment from GDI NRW Perspective Common Goal: SDI OGC ISO EU INSPIRE GSDI GDI NRW Federal Mapping Agencies State Mapping Agencies Local Mapping Agencies Private Data Provider Software Supplier Expert Data Provider other GDI Initiatives Center for GI Universities

3 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context 3 How to organize this environment successfully? Different scopes (e.g. local, expert) Different capabilities (e.g. IT investment budget and skilled staff) Different characteristics (e.g. operator, software supplier)

4 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context 4 GDI NRW initial Situation in 1999/2000 NRW, a German State (1/16), Capital Düsseldorf 17 million inhabitants GI Domain decentralized within NRW e.g. 54 Local Mapping Agencies All worldwide GIS supplier within NRW Clear need for interoperability (with a technical solution, not organizational)

5 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context 5 GDI NRW First Phase Initial 10 SDI projects with some public sponsorship (e.g. GeoMarket.NRW) Driven by software suppliers SDI components are too complex and risky to be developed by a single company Clear need for co-operation Instrument Local Testbeds

6 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context 6 Relationship local - global Iteration Business Model Local GDI NRW Global OGC/ISO Development (or national and international) Key issue: Many Software Supplier are OGC members

7 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context 7 Instrument Local Testbed Preparation in SiGs All testbed members must be OGC members Formulized with Open Call for Participation (February) Deadline (March) Joint presentation on Fair Intergeo (October) Testbed I in 2001 Testbed II in active testbed members

8 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context 8 Instrument Local Testbed First Goal: (Re-)Implementation of OGC (Draft) Specifications Later Detection of missing pieces, e.g. WPOS and WAAS, first approaches No financial sponsorship Principle: Exchange of Services CS-W, WMS, WMS-SLD, WFS, WPOS, Marketing platform Data Provider/Operator involved as Supporter in GDI NRW Testbed II

9 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context 9 Summery First Phase Prove-of-concept of SDI components Public demonstrations Public education within the self organized SiGs Specialized Supplier Informal Exchange of Information Trust within the supplier community

10 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context10 GDI Second Phase 2004-(2005) Goal direct involvement of provider and other operator Application field is much wider than some technical implementations Sustainability of SDIs only with operators and business models Instrument Joint Projects

11 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context11 Instrument Joint Project Goal: Operation, no new development Joint activities: Catalog / Metadata for data and services and Marketing Education Team Spirit Information Exchange Open Call for Participation in February Joint Presentation at Intergeo Fair in October

12 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context12 Joint Project Projects 38 Organizations From various application domains More than 129 data source contributions Most via WMS, few WFS Strong motivation for local (but data rich) municipalities Sponsorship (license, cash) Coordinated by CeGI, Dortmund

13 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context13 Public Presentation Intergeo Stuttgart Certificates and later best 3 projects

14 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context14 Contribution Categories

15 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context15 Contributions in Detail Wind power stations Wind potential Geobasis- und Forestry Geomarkting ALK (geobasis data) Heritage Monuments Soil Soil Value Building plans Building plans -overview Directmarketing Noise by Airplanes FN-Plan Leisure Leisure Industry Industry- und Commercial Areas Sewer Systems Klima Statistic, Municipal L-Plan L-Plan-Grenzen Air quality Emergency Settlements Other municipal Information Administration borders Geobasis- und agricultural data Biotopverbund FFH-Gebiete LSG Natural Monuments Nature Protection Zones Schutzwürdige Biotope Environment Umweltthemen allg. Bird Protection Zones Meta data Service Monitoring DGK5 DTK10 Geobasisdaten Orthofotos City Basic Map City Map TK100 TK25 TK50 Streets Streets in NRW Streets, Traffic, Bike streets Traffic Situation, Disturbances Parking Information Traffic load Fish escalators Water Water streams Water Quality Flood control Flood protection areas Limnologische Sensors Rain Pegel Talsperren Water wasserhöfigeGebiete Water protection areas Wehre For some data products multiple provider => competition

16 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context16 Joint Project 2005 Networking Business Need for geoDRM functionalities, e.g. Authentication & Authorization, Pricing & Ordering, already evident in 2004 New data/service contribution welcomed License declaration a must in 2005 Goal: license categories (geoGNUs) Quality of Service/Infrastructure

17 Dr. R. M. WagnerInteroperability in a national and international context17 Conclusion Testbeds and Joint Projects are successful instruments to build up an active SDI environment Relationship between activation investments and started investments by members is very good Open to share our experiences Contact:


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