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www.jrc.ec.europa.eu Serving society Stimulating innovation Supporting legislation Workshop on the INSPIRE registry and registers Martin Tuchyňa, Tomáš Kliment Slovak Environmental Agency, National Research Council of Italy
Registry developments and plans Involved organisations / governance National level: –Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic Spatial information register Domain specific level – Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Authority of Slovak Republic –Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic Slovak Enviromental Agency Water Research Institute Other organisations under the auspices of Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic Scope eGov Domain specific (Mainly environmental domain) Partially Cross Sector (references to ZB GIS feature catalogue (reference national data set series) from Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Authority of Slovak Republic) Content Included: –Feature Catalogue of Integrated Landscape Management Planned: –Domain specific UML model, (inc. Extentions), External Object Identifier Namespace Register (provissionaly), Licence register
Technical overview Technologies / software used Static website, Oracle DB. Software Licencen/a Access & re-use conditions ? n/a Standards usedDIGEST (Digital Geographic Exchange Standard) GDF (Geographic Data Files) S-57 Formats and APIs supported Html, no API
Connecting registries Existing connections to other registries which ones? –ZB GIS feature catalogue how is the connection implemented? –Textual static referencing to items of above register Requirements for connections to the INSPIRE registry? exchange formats: RDF (SKOS), Rest API architecture: Based on existing available sw solutions governance: Guidlines for the potential extensions how should extensions be represented?: –On level of additions to existing UML model element/s –On level of new application schemas within the theme/s …
Future development of INSPIRE registry How are you using / planning to use the INSPIRE registry (software or service)? Deploy to run domain specific registry Investigate the possibilty to extend the registry with Feature cataloge register Study the possibilities to define and represent the part of the domain specific model as an INSPIRE extension Create the connection to Linked Open Data infrastructures Which additional features would you like to see? Registry federation Which additional content would you like to see? Attributes (name and definition)
Pointers and additional information Please include any additional information or pointers to support the discussion (this will not be presented, but could be shared with the participants) Feature Catalogue of Integrated Landscape Management (http://isu.enviroportal.sk/media/ko/index.html) Governance schema (http://www.enviroportal.sk/uploads/2012/01/page/informacny- system-zp/kata/Zmeny_KO1.pdf)http://www.enviroportal.sk/uploads/2012/01/page/informacny- system-zp/kata/Zmeny_KO1.pdf Simple web app to propose changes to above Feature Catalogue (http://objektycgs.sazp.sk/) ZB GIS feature catalogue (http://www.skgeodesy.sk/sk/ugkk/geodezia-kartografia/zb-gis/) Spatial Information Register (http://www.informatizacia.sk/vdok_simple-np--rpi/609s15909c )http://www.informatizacia.sk/vdok_simple-np--rpi/609s15909c
Motivation for Registry and registers use Meet legal obligations (e.g.INSPIRE), initiatives (e.g. Open Government Partnership ) as well as user expectations Benefit from the potential of spatial content and services made available through standardised interfaces or their portal hubs (e.g): INSPIRE GeoPortal orINSPIRE GeoPortal Pan European data portal,Pan European data portal National INSPIRE Geoportal, SK Open Data Portal eGov portal...
Identified functional requirements Human readable and understandable interface (particularly for domain experts in the process of data schema mapping from local to target schema). Possibility to filter and query the content of the register via web graphical user friendly interface (GUI) as well as via application programming interface (API). Support for connection with Linked Data registers and ontologies. Investigate the improved possibilities for governance and further reuse (e.g. simple form of management of change requests via web friendly GUI). Expose content via machine readable APIs. Multilingual (Original + English language support). Easy system deployment and maintenance.
Identified non-functional requirements Support spatial data exchange according the INSPIRE. Definition of potential use-cases for registry use. Identification of involved/affected stakeholders. Support for mapping of local models to INSPIRE UML model: Mainly relevant for data providers (e.g. LMOs). Allow the possibilities to support INSPIRE model extensions for national and domain specific needs (e.g. requirement of national legislation, or simply working best practices). Possible modifications allowing compliancy with national eGov requirements and recommendations.