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1 Maria Vanda Nunes de Lima Edinburgh 28 June- 1st July 2011 INSPIRE Data Specifications Annex II & III Themes Collaboration with projects: LC & LUMaria Vanda Nunes de LimaEdinburgh28 June- 1st July 2011
2 Outline INSPIRE Directive Data Specifications- Interoperability of spatial data sets and servicesMethodologyWhere we areNext stepsINSPIRE progress
3 What is INSPIRE? European legislation “Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community”Distributed infrastructureGeneral rules for establishmentEnvironmentINSPIRE - Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community - is a Legal framework in place (Directive 2007/2/EC) establishing a spatial data infrastructure built on those of the 27 Member States.INSPIRE is a Distributed infrastructure, building on infrastructures for spatial information that are being set-up and maintained by the member states of the European Union. INSPIRE is an environmental legislation, as it was conceived for the purposes of Community environmental policies and policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment.34 Spatial Data ThemesEntry into force 15/5/200727 countries21 languagesEuropean legislation
4 Scope INSPIRE Directive Spatial data held by or on behalf of a public authority operating down to the lowest level of government when laws or regulations require their collection or disseminationINSPIRE covers 34 Spatial Data Themes laid down in 3 Annexesrequired to successfully build environmental information systemsINSPIRE only addresses data held by public authorities (or by a third party on behalf of a public authority)INSPIRE will only affect public authorities which are the custodian of relevant data that needs to be reported, collected or disseminated to a higher level of administration. Data collected for local purposes only falls not under INSPIRE.INSPIRE covers in its scope 34 themes of data, which, as you will recognise, are used for developing information systems for a wide variety of applications.
5 INSPIRE Legal Acts published in the Official Journal Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007 establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE)INSPIRE Metadata RegulationCommission Decision regarding INSPIRE monitoring and reportingRegulation on INSPIRE Network Services (View and discovery)Corrigendum to INSPIRE Metadata RegulationRegulation on INSPIRE Data and Service SharingCommission Regulation amending Regulation (EC) No 976/2009 as regards download services and transformation servicesCOMMISSION REGULATION implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services (Annex I)COMMISSION REGULATION amending Regulation 1089/2010 as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services (code list)The INSPIRE Directive is of paramount importance for the harmonized access to geospatial information in Europe.The INSPIRE Directive was published in 2007 and is a European Law telling member states to set-up and operate a national spatial data infrastructure.The INSPIRE components are further detailed in so-called Implementing Rules that harmonize the documentation, access, and use of data in the scope of INSPIRE.Also these Implementing Rules are European Legal acts that Member States have to implement.European law affecting 30+ countries, 21+ languages
6 INSPIRE’s participatory approach To-date, over 650 organizations are registered as INSPIRE stakeholdersProviding experts, reference material, projectsParticipate in user requirements surveyParticipate in reviewing and testing of specificationsAnd learn from each otherINSPIRE contributes to global solutionsINSPIRE is EU contribution to Global Earth Observation System of SystemsStakeholders participating in INSPIRE are internationalGroup on Earth ObservationsUnited Nations Geospatial Information Working GroupGlobal Terrestrial Observing System (GTOS) of the United NationsEuroGeographicsWorld Meteorological Organisation Region VI grouping (RAVI)WMO Global Runoff Data CentreStakeholders participating in INSPIRE are NationalStakeholders participating in INSPIRE are ProjectsInterested? Register!
7 Development of data specification - step wise process Directive(2007)Modelling Framework for INSPIRE data specifications(2008)Data specifications for the 9 Annex Idata themes(2009)Data specifications for the 25 Annex II/III data themes(2012)Part of the legal framework Implementation mandatory for European Member StatesInteroperability of spatial data sets and services (Implementing Rule)( )7
8 “Fitness for purpose testing”... Steps 1+6: *Use Case Development* Implementation, Test and Validation, Cost-Benefit AnalysisUse case developmentAs-is analysisIdentification of user requirements and spatial object typesDriver of the process......helps understand user requirements, and justify the current model structureValidation of use cases in:“Fitness for purpose testing”...Gap analysisData specification developmentD 2.6The use cases and application scenarios for the environmental policies to be supported by the INSPIRE data specifications in this development cycle are identified.The use cases are described in sufficient detail to clarify the requirements regarding the data from the spatial data themes.Implementation, testing and validationImplementation, testing and validationCost/benefitanalysis
9 Data Specifications Regulation published in Official Journal COMMISSION REGULATION implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services (Annex I)COMMISSION REGULATION amending Regulation 1089/2010 as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services (code list)9Technical Guidelines publishedAnnex ICoordinate reference systemsGeographical grid systemsGeographical namesAdministrative unitsAddressesCadastral parcelsTransport networksHydrographyProtected sitesINSPIRE progress
10 Grouping of Themes Annex II Elevation Land cover Ortho-imagery Geology 21. Mineral resources (Annex III)Annex IIIStatistical units10. Population distribution – demographyBuildingsSoilLand useHuman health and safetyUtility and governmental servicesEnvironmental monitoring facilitiesProduction and industrial facilitiesAgricultural and aquaculture facilitiesArea management/restriction /regulation zones & reporting unitsNatural risk zonesAtmospheric conditionsMeteorological geographical featuresOceanographic geographical featuresSea regionsBio-geographical regionsHabitats and biotopesSpecies distributionEnergy ResourcesINSPIRE progress
11 Who is involved Thematic working groups -19 TWGs for Annex II&III TWG FacilitatorsTWG EditorsDomain expertsEC INSPIRE Team (INSPIRE CT = DG ENV, DG JRC, DG Eurostat)Technical coordination = JRC INSPIRE teamData Specifications Drafting Team (DS DT)StakeholdersLegally mandated organisations (LMOs)Spatial data interest communities (SDICs)
12 Data Specification v3 (04.2012) Annex II/III RoadmapKick-off:Data Specification v1 ( )Data Specification v2 ( )Testing/Consultation ( )Data Specification v3 ( )Draft IR ( )II III IVI II III IVI II III201020112012
13 Now: Consultation & Testing 22 June- 21 October 2011Two separate, but closely related activities:Main aim of consultation:Comment the data specification documents (V.2.0)Domain-specific aspects and Cross-thematic aspects (overlaps and gaps, inconsistencies)Main aims of testing:To test data specifications (V2.0) against real spatial dataTo report back to the INSPIRE CT and TWGs gained experiencewill be used to improve the data specifications for v3.0the basis for amendment of the Regulation on Interoperability of spatial data setsTesting Kick off meeting done (22 June2011Exchange testing releated information
14 Consultation & Testing 22 June- 21 October 2011 Documents for Consultation & TestingD2.8.I.x Data Specification on <Theme Name> – Draft Guidelines: 24 PDF documentsD2.5 Generic Conceptual Model updatesD2.9 Guidelines for the use of Observations & Measurements and Sensor Web Enablement-related standards in INSPIRE Annex II and III data specification For ReferenceGML Application Schemas: 1 ZIP archiveUML Model (XMI, EAP, HTML)The “INSPIRE Data Specifications Cost-benefit considerations” documentINSPIRE Annex I testing summary report
15 Testing – Overview Feasibility testing main focus of testing measure technical feasibility and effort related to transforming existing data (e.g., from Member States’ organisations) into data compliant with the requirements and schemas proposed in the data specification documentsFitness for purpose testingassess the benefits of harmonised data specifications from an end-user or application point of viewProvide cost-benefit informationRelated to the testingContextual / not directly related to testing
16 Outcomes From Testing SDICs/LMOs: Testing report via WebForm ConsultationFrom TestingSDICs/LMOs: Testing report via WebFormSDICs/LMOs: Comments delivered via XLS spredsheetINSPIRE CT: Import of XLS comments to JIRAFrom ConsultationSDICs/LMOs: Comments delivered via XLS spreadsheetINSPIRE CT:Import of XLS comments to JIRACall for ConsultationPublishedCall for TestingOutTestingReports(WebForm)XLS templatefor commentsXLS templatefor commentsSDIC/LMODBJira
17 Next steps: roadmap Comment resolution : Comments resolution: 24 October-02 December 2011Comment Resolution Workshop: December 2011Comment resolution (cont.) 08 December to 27 January 2012Delivery DS v2.9: 24 February 2012Internal revision DS v2.9: 27 Febr.- 23 March 2012Preparation DS v3.0 RC: 26 March – 20 April 2012Preparing draft IR: 23 April- 29 June 2012Done by JRC data specification team with support from TWGsISC: July 2012
18 Still time and need to participate at the development process Next stepsDraft IR: September 2012Done by JRC data specification team with support from TWGsUntil there:Still time and need to participate at the development processTHANK YOU
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