GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum a...
GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions
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GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum
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  1. 1. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 1 GGII22001144(( 1144.. SSääcchhssiisscchheess GGII//GGIISS//GGDDII –– FFOORRUUMM )) PROGRAMME & PROCEEDINGS EUROPEAN BORDER REGIONS - MAP © COURTESY BY AEBR, 2011 ( Compiled 2007 at IfL ) 30. APRIL 2014 DRESDEN GI2014 © IGN e.V.
  2. 2. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 2 SUSTAINABILITY OF INTER-REGIONAL COLLABORATION EU Support Programme for “Inter-Regional and Cross-border Collaboration” – Free State of Saxony GI2014 – INTERREGIONAL SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME – COMMITTEE  SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME MEMBERS:  Chairs: Doz. Dr. F. HOFFMANN (IGN/DE) & Dr. K. CHARVAT (CCSS/CZ)  Members: Prof. BEHR (HFT/DE), Dr. FURDIK (STUBA/SK), Dr. K. JANECKA (WBU/CZ),  Prof. M. KONECNY (MUNI/CZ), Dir. W. MAYER (PROGIS/AT), Dipl.Ing. P. VOHNOUT (CCSS/CZ)  ORG-COM-Members: Dr. G. HOFFMANN (IGN), Prof. S. KLOSS (IGN), Dr. K.-D. MICHAEL (IGN). ORGANIZER’S INFORMATION & INTERNET REFERENCE URL’S  GI2014-Contact-Address[ GI2014@IGN-SN.de | info@GDI-SN.de ]  IGN-Dresden [ http://GDI-SN.blogspot.com ]  CCSS-Praha [ http://www.CCSS.cz ]  SOCIAL NETWORKS [ INSPIRE-FORUM ] + [ FACEBOOK ] + [ LINKEDIN ] + [ TWITTER ] IMPRESSUM: Herausgegeben von / Published by ( Founding Members of IGN e.V. ) Doz. Dr. Frank HOFFMANN, CSc IGN – Vorstandsvorsitzender, Dresden INNOVATION. Grenzüberschreitendes Netzwerk e.V. Dr. Karel CHARVAT, EU-Project Manager Past President of CCSS, Praha CCSS (Czech Center for Science and Society e.V.) INNOVATION. Grenzüberschreitendes Netzwerk ( Gemeinnütziger e.V. / Non-profit Organization ) c/o IGN-Vorstand, Martin-Andersen-Nexö-Str. 4 D – 01217 DRESDEN / Saxony / Germany  EMAIL: [ GI2014@IGN-SN.de | Vorstand@IGN-SN.de ]  SKYPE: [ fh_ign ]  INTERNET: [ http://www.IGN-SN.de ]  WEBLOG: [ http://GDI-SN.blogspot.com ]  TEL/FAX: [ +49-351-403.2729 # FAX: +49-351-401.4260 ] Copyright © 2014 by CCSS-Praha & IGN-Dresden – All rights reserved.
  3. 3. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 3 GGII22001144 -- OOPPEENN DDAATTAA MMOOVVEEMMEENNTT IINN EEUURROOPPEE OOFF RREEGGIIOONNSS 30. April 2014 / 9-17 Uhr – 01069 Dresden, Konrad-ZUSE-Haus, Liebigstraße 3 GI2014 < INHALT / CONTENT > FORUM AALLPPHHAABBEETTIISSCCHHEE AAUUTTOORREENNLLIISSTTEE <<>> AALLPPHHAABBEETTIICCAALL AAUUTTHHOORRSS LLIISSTT AUTOREN / THEMA <> AUTHORS / THEME Seite/Page Schiller: GI2014 – Welcome Address by Host Company at “Konrad-ZUSE-Haus”………………………… Hoffmann: GI2014 - Welcome Address & Seminar Intro by IGN e.V…………………………………………. Charvat & Mayer: The FOODIE Project – Open Data for Agriculture ………………………………………………… Charvat & Mildorf: From Plan4all to Plan4business and back – The Future for European Planning Data ……………… Faugnerova: INSPIRE as a business case for european geo-ICT SMEs and its Strategy………………………… Fryml, Charvat & Cesko Jede (Czechia Go): Linked Open Data for Cyclo tourism – The CESKOJEDE-Project………………………………… Furdik, Loredana & Bindzárová: Bratislava small brownfields in Nodal areas of Danuba riverbanks ……………………………….. Furdik & Meciar Examples of Brownfields connected to Danuba in Bratislava city area …………………………… Hoffmann: Introduction to Open Data Movement in Europe of Regions ……………………………………… Kozuch, Berzins & Charvat: Map Composition of Plan4business Project ……………………………………………………….. Mayer & Charvat: The OISSACH Club – The bridge for ICT in Agriculture between Developed and Developing Countries …………………………………………………………………………. Schiller WEB-basierte integrierte Daten für BIM Level 3 …………………………………………………. Sredl & Charvat: Layman – Publish your Data yourself (Layman - ein Werkzeug für die Veröffentlichung und Bereitstellung von Geodaten) …………………………………………………………………. Vohnout, Kafka, Sredl, Bojko, Kepka, Charvat & Hilbert: ERRA PRD EAST – Electronic Regional Risk Atlas Solution for Environmental Risk Management in Eastern Partnership (including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine).............. Zscheile: Die freie Lizenzierung von Geodaten ………………………………………………………………. 5 6 11 15 17 18 22 24 26 29 34 38 43 46 47 Imprimatur at: 25. April 2014
  4. 4. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 4 GGII22001144 –– OOPPEENN DDAATTAA MMOOVVEEMMEENNTT IINN EEUURROOPPEE OOFF RREEGGIIOONNSS 30. April 2014 / 9-17 Uhr – 01069 Dresden, Konrad-ZUSE-Haus, Liebigstraße 3 GI2014 < PROGRAMM > FORUM AAKKTTUUEELLLLEESS PPRROOGGRRAAMMMM <<>> FFIINNAALL PPRROOGGRRAAMMMMEE Zeit Autoren & Thema Seite 09:00 | „Konrad-ZUSE-Haus“ – Liebigstr. 3, 01069 Dresden Anmeldung <> Registration 09:45 | SCHILLER ( GI2014 Welcome Address by Host Company @ ZUSE-Villa ) Open Data & Standards for BIM Level 3 based Information Systems 5 38 10:00 | HOFFMANN ( GI2014 Welcome Address & Seminar Intro by IGN e.V. ) Introduction to Open Data Movement in Europe of Regions 6 26 10:15 | ZSCHEILE (Keynote) Die freie Lizenzierung von Geodaten 47 11:00 | FRYML / CHARVAT / CzechiaGo Linked Open Data for Cyclo tourism – CeskoJede Project 18 11:30 | Kaffeepause Coffee break 11:50 | MAYER / CHARVAT (Declaration) Ossiacher Club – The bridge for ICT in Agriculture between developed & developing Countries 34 12:10 | CHARVAT / MAYER The FOODIE Project – Open Data for Agriculture 11 12:30 | FURDIK J. / LORENA / BINDZAROVA Bratislava small brownfields in Nodal areas of Danuba riverbanks 22 12:45 | FURDIK D. / MECIAR Examples of Brownfields connected to Danuba in Bratislava city area 24 13:00 | | | Mittagspause <> Lunch break Poster Exhibition from STUBA (SK) 14:00 | FAUGNEROVA (Keynote) INSPIRE as a business case for european geo-ICT SMEs and its Strategy 17 14:45 | | SREDL / CHARVAT The Layer Manager – Upload, Publish and Secure your Data easily (LayMan - ein Werkzeug für die Veröffentlichung und Bereitstellung von Geodaten) 43 15:15 | | VOHNOUT / KAFKA / SREDL / BOJKO / KEPKA / ChHARVAT / HILBERT ERRA PRD EAST – Electronic Regional Risk Atlas Solution for Environmental Risk Management in Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova & Ukraine) 46 15:45 | Kaffeepause Coffee break 16:00 | KOZUCH / BERZINS / CHARVAT Map Composition of Plan4business Project 29 16:20 | CHARVAT / MILDORF From Plan4all to Plan4business and back – The Future for European Planning Data 15 16:45 | Abschlußdiskussion Summarizing up the Final Discussion 17:00 ENDE Status as per 29. April 2014 (PPT Presentations include 30% time for Q&A including discussion)
  5. 5. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 5 Welcome Address to GI2014 Participants by CEO of „Dr. Schiller & Partner“ GmbH Dr.habil. Klaus SCHILLER <> “Konrad-ZUSE-Preisträger” Dear Presenters and Participants of the GI2014-Forum, the 14 th Saxonian GIS-Forum in Dresden. It’s a pleasure for me to welcome you at the “Konrad-ZUSE-Building”, location of our company “DR. SCHILLER & PARTNER GMBH – DYNAMISCHE BAUDATEN – As you may know, Konrad ZUSE was the great Innovator of first free programmable Computer Z41 in Germany. Konrad ZUSE was engaged in construction engineering and, therefore, he paved the way for construction engineers by automated computing. The open exchange of experience was and is the motor of innovation in the past, as well as today. Following the inspiring ideas of Konrad ZUSE in civil engineering some years ago the need arised for developing new automated tools for information & calculation in the construction economy. Therefore, in 1991 we founded the “f:data” in Thuringia and 1992 the “Dr. Schiller & Partner” GmbH in Dresden. Since then we developed “Dynamische Baudaten” and published in 1996 the [ STLB-Bau ] on behalf of German Standard organization DIN. The latest innovative products will be: [ www.BauProfessor.de ]. More information about our company “Dr. Schiller & Partner” GmbH – [ Dynamische Baudaten ] – see also the [ SCHILLERBLOG | NEXTBAU ] as well our Presentation for GI2014-Forum at pages 38-42. Finally, wishing you success for this expert seminar and your GI2014-Forum presentations !
  6. 6. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 6 The “Konrad-ZUSE-Haus” “Dr. Schiller & Partner” GmbH – Dynamische Baudaten – DRESDEN
  7. 7. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 7 GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – FORUM Doz. Dr. Frank HOFFMANN, CSc – Vorstandsvorsitzender IGN e.V. Academician of International Eurasian Academy of Sciences (IEAS) GI2014 – WELCOME & INTRODUCTION THE GI2014 CONCEPTION & MOTIVATION – INTRODUCTION TO OPEN DATA MOVEMENT IN EUROPE OF REGIONS – ABSTRACT <> SUMMARY The European Commission has positioned itself as an innovative player in the field of multi-purpose use of OPEN GEO DATA (OGD) and PUBLIC SECTOR INFORMATION (PSI). The goal is to develop an open, dynamic Media industry that refine public data into valuable information and knowledge not only for ICT experts and Public Administrations, but also allowing transparency and participation for User communities and Citizens. With the EU DIRECTIVES PSI (2003/98/EC / updated 2013/XX/EC), INSPIRE (2007/02/EC) legal requirements were provided enabling new developments and opportunities for funding of projects until 2013 and beyond 2014 – 2020 in EUROPE OF REGIONS. However, there is a need for more & better knowledge about new EU policies and strategies like "DIGITAL EUROPE & HORIZON 2020". Therefore, these awareness needs require more and comprehensive information and knowledge as well creative, innovative actions for education and training. The European Commission presented in 2011 the „Strategy of Open Data in Europe“ to push the growth of EU economy to nearly 40 Billions Euro per year: [ http://europa.eu/rapid/pressReleasesAction.do?reference=IP/11/1524&format=HTML&aged=0&language=EN&guiLanguage=en ] Therefore, sustainable decision making requires greater Awareness of intellectual property rights (IPR) and Knowledge exchange of copyrights, open licensing rules and creative commons bylaws for economic, ecological and social applications in Europe of Regions, as well as for governance, tourism, civil protection and security-related infrastructures. Finally, there is still yet a need for comprehensive information, education and training actions, particularly at local, regional, cross-border and inter- regional levels. However, the most problematic field is the CROSS-BORDER ADAPTATION and SEMANTIC INTEROPERATION of IPR, Copyrights and Licensing to OPEN Data, Services and Applications for an effective governance, transparency and participation creating OPEN APPS for population, infrastructure and environment ! Therefore, the GI2014 Forum is intenting for inter-regional exchange of experience and information for integration of Open PSI & GEO Data mainly at local, regional and, especially, cross-border levels. SUSTAINABILITY & INTEROPERABILITY OF OPEN DATA & LICENSE POLICY OPEN GEODATA MOVEMENT IN EUROPE OF REGIONS
  8. 8. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 8 Proposals for presentation / poster (title+abstract, max. 250-300 words in German or English or Russian) had to be submitted by 31.03.2014 to allow composing of the actual programme framework draft, while extented Summary texts were due until 15.04.2014 using the DOC templates (available for downloading from Weblog at [ http://GDI-SN.blogspot.com ] website) ! GI2014 – Call For Presentations – Proposed for Seminar TOPICS  History of Geospatial Open Standards,  Political Open Data Support,  Cross-border Open PSI,  Cross-border GeoData & OSM,  Open Data Resources,  Open Linked Data,  Open Data Technologies,  Open Data Interoperability,  Open Database Protection,  Open Data Commons,  Licensing Policies,  IPR & Copyright, ODbL,  Open Data Best Practices GI2014 – SEMINAR SCHEDULES  01.02.2014: OPEN Call For Presentations (CFP) on weblog site [ http://GDI-SN.blogspot.com ]  01.03.2014: GI2014 Framework Programme and Abstract-/Summary-Templates to be used  31.03.2014: Deadline for submitting presentation/poster title+abstract (max. 250 words, see Template)  15.04.2014: Deadline for submitting presentation/poster summary (max. 1 or 3 pages, see Template)  25.04.2014: Deadline for submission presention slides (PPT / duration+discussion: 10+5’ short / 20+10’ long)  29.04. 2014 GI2014 Invitation for arrived Keynote speakers & VIP’s (by Invitation only)  30.04. 2014 GI2014 Open Seminar Forum (09:00 - 17:00 at “Konrad-Zuse-Haus”, Liebigstr. 3, 01069 Dresden) GI2014 – Contacts & Logistics  GI2014 Contact [ GI2014@IGN-SN.de | info@GDI-SN.de | Vorstand@IGN-SN.de ]  GI2014 Participation is FFRREEEE OOFF CCHHAARRGGEE ( ! ) Participants and target groups: Developers, Providers, Integrators and Users of Open Public Sector Information and Open GeoData, GeoService and GeoApplications for integrated PSI & INSPIRE Portals used in local / regional Governments, Administrations, Enterprises and for private Applications & Business (Openstreetmap, Enviro protection, agriculture, forestry, tourism, emergency services, security, police, rescue, insurance, utilities, civil protection & crisis management, etc.).  Registration deadline setup at: 25.04.2013 !  The FINAL PROGRAMME & PROCEEDINGS can be downloaded later on via links from IGN’s weblog. FFuurrtthheerr llooggiissttiiccss iinnffoorrmmaattiioonn aanndd uuppddaatteess ppuubblliisshheedd aatt WWeebblloogg [[ hhttttpp::////GGDDII--SSNN..bbllooggssppoott..ccoomm ]] !!
  9. 9. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 9 ABOUT IGN (DE) & CCSS (CZ) – THE CROSS-BORDER ORGANIZERS IGN e.V. – INNOVATION.Grenzüberschreitendes Netzwerk (X-border Network) – is a non-profit Association ( NGO / gemeinnütziger Verein ) for Education, Development and Knowledge Transfer – founded in 2002 as “GDI-Sachsen” (i.G.) – the final outcome of the “OpenGIS Strategy Seminar” series in GI2000 & GI2002 at “Bildungswerk Ost-West” (BOW), but later on was re-founded as the follow-up “IGN” e.V. at September 2nd, 2003, by Czechia and Saxonia experts of Cartomatics, Cyberlaw, Cybernetics, Geomatics, Economics, Mediamatics, Pedagogics, Regional Development and Spatial Sciences. Its main goals: supporting GEO – ENVIRO – SPATIO – oriented Awareness, Business and Openness in Training, Education and Research on GeoINSPIRE’d Interoperability, Sustainability, and Usability of spatial Data, Services and Applications for X- border-Infrastructures of Spatial Information in EUROPE of REGIONS. IIGGNN hhaass bbeeeenn rreeggiisstteerreedd bbyy DDrreessddeenn CCiittyy CCoouurrtt ooffffiicciiaallllyy aass aa NNoonn--pprrooffiitt AAssssoocciiaattiioonn,, OOccttoobbeerr 1166tthh ,, 22000033 [[ hhttttpp::////wwwwww..IIGGNN--SSNN..ddee//RReeggiissttrraattiioonn..ppddff ]] –– [[ MMaaiillttoo::VVoorrssttaanndd@@IIGGNN--SSNN..ddee ]] [[ CCooppyyrriigghhtt ©© 22000033--22001144 bbyy IIGGNN ee..VV..,, DDrreessddeenn –– AAllll rriigghhttss rreesseerrvveedd.. ]] IGN’s „GEOSPATIAL SAXONY“ WEBLOG STATISTICS AS PER 20. APRIL 2014 Statistics updated 21. April 2014 @ 13:05 GMT 18.480 visits / 27.005 views shown above as from 30 December 2009 until 31. March 2013 Pageviews total since 2007: today = 19 / yesterday = 53 / last month = 1.935 / all time history = 85.710 CLUSTERMAPS © 2014 Access Statistics for IGN’s Weblog URL [ http://GDI-SN.blogspot.com ] The CCSS – Czech Center for Science and Society – is an Association of high tech SMEs, the public administration and research organizations. It is an independent, non-profit and non-governmental organisation. It is a type of virtual centre of excellence with the focus on the implementation of new communication and navigation technologies which have potential for sustainable development. The CCSS co-operates with a wide range of institutions and individuals, home and foreign ones. It is focused on research & development activities in the field of international research projects and utilization of modern technologies. CCSS supports co- operation networks of the small and medium business within the framework of regional economies and helds intensive contacts, particularly in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America. The CCSS is focused on transfer, analyses and development of the most advanced GI & ICT technologies which are contributing to the growth of productivity not only in industrial enterprises but in the branch of small and medium business as well. CCSS is active in the agriculture, industry, trade and services, predominantly in agricultural regions. The priority of activities of CCSS is Environment protection and Crisis management. In this field CCSS is active in European FP7 research and “best practice” excellence & social networks. [[ CCooppyyrriigghhtt ©© 22000033--22001144 bbyy CCCCSSSS,, PPrraahhaa –– AAllll rriigghhttss rreesseerrvveedd.. ]] distance in which individuals are clustered: Dot sizes: = 1,000+ = 100 – 999 = 10 – 99 = 1 – 9 visits
  10. 10. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 10 GGII22001144 PPRROOCCEEEEDDIINNGGSSAbstracts & Summaries & Posters DRESDEN 30. April 2013 Edited by IGN e.V. Doz. Dr. Frank HOFFMANN, CSc – IGN Dr. Karel CHARVAT – CCSS (Praha) Dr. Klaus-Dieter MICHAEL – VSBI Dr. Gudrun HOFFMANN – IGN Prof. Dr. Siegmar KLOSS – IGN IMPRIMATUR TO PRINT 25. April 2014 Copyright © 2013 – CCSS-Praha & IGN-Dresden – All rights reserved.
  11. 11. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 11 THE FOODIE – PROJECT OPEN DATA FOR AGRICULTURE Karel CHARVAT & Walter MAYER Wirelessinfo (CZ) & PROGIS (AT) ABSTRACT Keywords: Agriculture, Open Data, precision farming, cloud computing Content: The agriculture sector is a unique sector due to its strategic importance for both European citizens (consumers) and European economy (regional and global) which, ideally, should make the whole sector a network of interacting organizations. Rural areas are of particular importance with respect to the agro-food sector and should be specifically addressed within this scope. There is an increasing tension, the like of which is not experienced in any other sector, between the requirements to assure full safety and keep costs under control, but also assure the long-term strategic interests of Europe and worldwide. In that sense, agricultural production influences, and is influenced by water quality and quantity, ecosystems, biodiversity, the economy, and energy use and supply. The seasonality and ubiquity of agriculture make agricultural practices and production amenable to efficient synoptic monitoring. ^ Besides, food supplies depend on trends in the natural environment, including weather and climate, freshwater supplies, soil moisture and other variables. At the same time, modern agriculture has a major impact on the environment while damaging biodiversity. Unless they are sustainably managed, farms and pastures can cause erosion, desertification, chemical pollution and water shortages. These risks need to be monitored and managed by devising in effect. Therefore, from this it can be concluded that the balance between food safety and food security will be important task for future farming worldwide, but also for farming knowledge management. The different groups of stakeholders involved in the agricultural activities have to manage many different and heterogeneous sources of information that need to be combined in order to make economically and environmentally sound decisions, which include (among others) the definition of policies (subsidies, standardisation and regulation, national strategies for rural development, climate change), valuation of ecological performances, development of sustainable agriculture, crop recollection timing and pricing, plagues detection, etc. Such processes are very labour intensive because most parts have to be executed manually and the necessary information is not always available or easily accessible. Thus, for instance, typical farm activities carried out by farmers include the monitoring field operations, managing the finances and applying for subsidies, depending on different software applications. Farmers need to use different tools to manage monitoring and data acquisition on‐line in the field. They need to analyse information related to subsidies, and to communicate with tax offices, product resellers etc. In this context, future agriculture knowledge management systems have to support not only direct profitability of agriculture or environment protection, but also activities of individuals and groups allowing effective collaboration among groups in agri-food industry, consumers, public administrations and wider stakeholders communities, especially in rural domain. Authors Dr. Karel Charvat (Project manager of WirelessInfo / CZ) Dipl.Ing. Walter Mayer (Owner and President of PROGIS / AT) Contact Karel Charvat, Cholinská 1048/19, 784 01 Litovel, Czech Republic Mobile: +420-605033596 EMail: [ mailto:charvat@wirelessinfo.cz ]
  12. 12. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 12 SUMMARY Besides, knowledge management the agriculture domain is usually divided into three interrelated levels:  Macro level, which includes management of external information (for example about market, subsidies system, weather prediction, global market and traceability systems);  Farm level, which includes for example economical systems, crop rotation, decision supporting system;  Field (micro) level including precision farming, collection of information about traceability and in the future also robotics. But to exploit all these data, converted into information and finally distilled as knowledge, it is necessary to contextualize and manage this knowledge with adequate software services that assists the flow of information and synchronizes all resources and activities within a farm, making them part of farm business processes. Inventory, manufacturing, distribution, logistic, shipping, construction, and accounting processes must benefit from agriculture knowledge management to realize a new generation of ERP Software Services for modern farms, rather than using any standalone software application or any combination of them. To that end FOODIE project aims at building an open and interoperable agricultural specialized platform hub on the cloud (which is conceptualized in Figure 1) for the management of spatial and non-spatial data relevant for farming production; for discovery of spatial and non-spatial agriculture related data from heterogeneous sources; integration of existing and valuable European open datasets related to agriculture; data publication and data linking of external agriculture data sources contributed by different public and private stakeholders allowing to provide specific and high-value applications and services for the support in the planning and decision-making processes of different stakeholders groups related to the agricultural and environmental domains. 1. The FOODIE project approach Figure 1: FOODIE service platform hub in cloud In order to realize FOODIE concept and the associated service platform hub (Figure 1), the project will aim at accomplishing the following technological objectives:
  13. 13. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 13 - To make use of existing spatial information resources and services for various domains –coming from different initiatives like INSPIRE,SISE, GMES/Copernicus, GNSS, GALILEO, GEOSS , GBIF, EUNIS, EEA, EUROSTAT, etc. - where the EC and the member states have invested heavily over the past decade, - To design and provide an open and interoperable geospatial platform hub on the cloud based on existing software components from research results and available solutions in the market (mostly open-source) that includes: - integration of external agriculture production and food market data using principles of Open Linked Data - an open and flexible lightweight Application Programming Interface (API), that allows private and public stakeholders in the agricultural and environmental area to publish their own datasets (e.g., datasets provided by local sensor networks deployed in situ in farms, knowledge from farm communities, agricultural services companies, etc.) and make it available in the platform hub as open linked data (and enabling it to further processing and reasoning over it) - specific and high-value applications and services for the support in the planning and decision-making processes of the different stakeholders groups - provision of security mechanisms to prevent the unauthorised access and use of the platform users’ personal information as well as the data published by them - a marketplace where data can be discovered and exchanged but also external companies can publish their own agricultural applications based on the data, services and applications provided by FOODIE. Besides, to facilitate integrating and deploying services over FOODIE, and trying to assure FOODIE success in the mid-term, it will be taken into account state of the art and expected evolution of management services and data marketplaces for the next years. In that sense, FOODIE will seek and provide the following innovative aspects:  Cloud deploying of basic and standardized services, which will decrease not only deploying costs but also production and maintenance costs. Cloud deployment will also make easier integration and realize the vision of a “network of data-hubs”, sharing data and services to provide a new data exploitation ecosystem where data is enriched by composition. Collaboration among hubs will enable a market for data brokerage, kind of data hub which do not store data but locates, summarizes, enrich and disaggregate data to provide vertical services of high added value.  Easily discoverability and composability of services. Not only data and services published and deployed by FOODIE will follow (de facto) standards as far as possible, but guides to build and deploy services over FOODIE will be publicly available so any service can not only be easily found by end users or third party companies but also can, with the adequate access management, be reused alone or by composition with other services to provide a richer or a particular solution. This approach will also enable a personalization market realized by third-party, specialized companies in vertical markets.  “Pay as you go” paradigm. Services or data published by FOODIE can be free or non-free. For instance, FOODIE will provide for free a global agriculture sector balanced scorecard and a non-free repository where key indicators for the agriculture sector may be obtained and combined by all stakeholders to make their own balanced scorecard. FOODIE may also go a step further providing analysis based on free indicators to provide free, white papers or sample reports and non-free, only for subscription members, reports. This paradigm will enable third parties as for instance consultancy companies to sell consultancy services (reports, etc.) on top of FOODIE information.  Reward mechanisms for data sharing. Open data are the key value of FOODIE, but also volunteered data and knowledge shared among user’s communities. FOODIE will promote participation of stakeholders and end users (high value data owners) in terms of “the more information you provide to the hub, the more data and services for free you will enjoy”. Also, this approach will help to build virtual communities and exploit social knowledge.  Clear Return of Investment (ROI) for the end user. The current economic situation makes reduction of costs a strategic pillar of a large number of companies. FOODIE must develop a business model which, during the marketing process, clearly demonstrate the value of services in ROI terms (i.e. FOODIE may include a simulator which calculates, asking a few questions about a crop, reduction of costs by rationalizing the use of fertilizers, water… thus quickly amortizing the cost of the service)  Multi-device/multiplatform/multipurpose front-ends. FOODIE will include mechanisms allowing users to exploit information and services by means of graphical and intuitive interfaces. Standards as HTML5 widgets for visualization will be preferred to assure compliance with mobility devices, as they provide automatic means to perform interface adaptation according to specific hardware and software capabilities.
  14. 14. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 14 2. Pilot scenarios FOODIE concepts and objectives will be realized by means of the resulting service platform hub, which will be demonstrated in three different pilot scenarios across Europe (Spain, Czech Republic and Germany), providing each of them thus a set of common and specific requirements (from their stakeholders) in terms of data and services that will be fulfilled by the platform. More concretely, - Pilot 1: Precision Viticulture (Spain) will focus on the appropriate management of the inherent variability of crops, an increase in economic benefits and a reduction of environmental impact. - Pilot 2: Open Data for Strategic and Tactical planning (Czech Republic) will focus on improving future management of agricultural companies (farms), introducing new tools and management methods, which will follow the cost optimization path, reduction of environmental burden, improving the energy balance while maintaining production level. - Pilot 3: Technology allows integration of logistics via service providers and farm management including traceability (Germany). This pilot will focus on integrating the German Machine Cooperatives systems with existing farm management systems and logistic systems as well as to develop and enlarge existing org- cooperation models and business models with the different chain partners to create win-win situations for all of them with the help of IT solutions. References Karel Charvat, Sarka Horakova, Sjaak Wolfert, Henri Holster, Otto Schmid, Liisa Pesonen, Daniel Martini, Esther Mietzsch, Tomas Mildorf: Final Strategic Research Agenda (SRA): Common Basis for policy making for the introduction of innovative approaches to data exchange in the agri-food industry, agriXchange, Wirelessinfo, LEI Wageningen UR,2012 Karel Charvat, Pavel Gnip: Future Farm for Farm of Future, IST Africa 2011, Gabarone Botswana Sørensen, C, Bildsøe, P. Fountas, S., Pesonen, L.,Pedersen, S., Basso, B. Nash, E: Deliverable 3.1, System analysis and definition of system boundaries, Work package 3: “Analysis and specification of knowledge based farm management”, FutureFarm Frederik Teye, Henro Holster, Liisa Pesonen, Sarka Horokova: Current situation on data exchange in agriculture in the EU27 and Switzerland, MTT Agrifood research Finland, Wageningen UR Livestock Research, Wirelessinfo, 2011. Agricultural Engineering and Technologies: Vision 2020 and Strategic Research Agenda of the European Agricultural Machinery Industry and Research Community for the 7th Framework Programme for Research of the European Community, Brussels, October 2006. Scenar 2020: Scenario study on agricultura and the rural world, Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2007. J. Arnó, J. A. Martínez-Casasnovas, M. Ribes-Dasi and J. R. Rosell: Review. Precision Viticulture. Research topics, challenges and opportunities in site-specific vineyard management, Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research, 7(4), 779-790, 2009.
  15. 15. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 15 FROM PLAN4ALL TO PLAN4BUSINESS AND BACK – THE FUTURE FOR EUROPEAN PLANNING DATA Karel CHARVAT & Tomas Mildorf Help Service Remote Sensing, Benesov & University of West Bohemia, Plzen ABSTRACT Keywords: Real Estate, Spatial Planning, Open Data, Open Platform Content: The Plan4all project contributed to the standardization in the field of spatial data from spatial planning point of view. Its activities and results will become a reference material for INSPIRE initiative; especially for data specification. Plan4all is focused on the following 7 spatial data themes as outlined in Annex II and III of the INSPIRE Directive: • Land cover • Land use • Utility and Governmental services • Production and industrial facilities • Agricultural and aquaculture facilities • Area management/restriction/regulation zones and reporting units • Natural risk zones The Plan4business project was follow up project focusing to transfer Plan4all experiences towards business. Plan4business is a European project running from April 2012 until March 2014 and is co-financed by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission. The full title is plan4business – a Service Platform for Aggregation, Processing and Analysing of Urban and Regional Planning Data. The Plan4business project develops a service platform for aggregation, processing and analyses of urban and regional planning data in Europe. Harmonised data will be integrated into seamless, homogenous, constantly growing and updated trans-border dataset. The platform will enable spatial analyses across European datasets. The platform should serve not only as a catalogue of planning data but also as their integrator enabling users to search, view, analyse and download spatial planning data on European and regional levels. The main project objectives are the automation of harmonisation processes and possibilities of complex analyses. The plan4business project is a comprehensive and complex system, built on flexible and scalable layers, interacting through a set of defined services, ensuring performance and security. The plan4business project was focused on the development of a service platform for aggregation, processing and analysis of urban and regional planning data. In respect to the assumptions of the project an iterative market analysis was made in order to define target customer groups and a scope of the platform functionality, which builds its offer. The plan4business platform was expected to fulfil the needs of a wide spectrum of customers. The first approach for the identification of potential clients of the platform is described already in the Description of Work. Several clients’ groups are pointed there: real estate companies, spatial planners, researchers, business developers, insurance and banking related companies and finally surveyors.
  16. 16. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 16 Identification of potential users / customers has been done in WP3 and is documented in the report D3.1 Requirements and System Specification. Potential customers listed in this document are divided into two sectors: private sector and public entities. Private sector is represented by: Spatial Planners, Banks and Insurance industry, Energy and Environmental Services, Health Services, Commercial Services, Real Estate, Telecommunication, Tourism & Travel, Transport and Logistics as well as Security Services. From the public sector following groups were identified: spatial planning authorities, fiscal authorities, regional development agencies, other services and public researchers and universities. These wide and varied scope of the platform’s end users are granted with the opportunity of taking advantage of simplified and easier access to a comprehensive open data pool in order to increase their effectiveness in everyday practise. Constantly growing, thanks to unique co-operators network, resource of freely accessible data, equipped with a powerful set of discovery, access, edition and analysis tools is called: the Open Data Platform (ODP). All the data in the hub are published as open data. All the tools provided by the ODP are available for free. Any party can access the data pool and make commercial or non-commercial apps based on these data. The use of the data must be in line with data licences provided in line with the conditions given by the data owners or data providers. Particular resources of ODP are accessible only for registered users, but still on non-profit rules. The core features set of ODP is as follows:  Open Data Hub  Management and harmonising tools: HALE, LayMan, HSRS Geoportal, Metadata Catalogue Micka  Open Apps: Open Land Use Map, Thematic Map Viewer The Open Data Platform is expected to become an important part of future R&D projects, and that’s why its maintenance and development financing is planned to be based on national and European funds. Existence of this kind of platform is in line with the European policy of opening access to public registers, but also is expected to stimulate the European companies competitiveness. It is obvious that this kind of initiatives requires a log-term planning and constant development. That’s why the idea of the Open Data Platform was decided to be initiated during the plan4business project and to be continued with a long time perspective. As a consequence to this approach and the necessity to harmonise non- profit operation with commercial one, it was decided to include the Open Data Platform in the business plan. In parallel particular steps are taken to establish an organisation, which will be more proper for operating non-profit Open Data Platform. This organisation will be the Plan4all Association. The Commercial Platform described below will benefit from the technological development of the Open Data Platform, assuring this way an even stronger connection between the non-profit and commercial wings of the plan4business operational successor. Authors Karel Charvat & Tomas Mildorf References [ www.whatstheplan.eu ] Contact Dr. Karel Charvat, Help Service Remote Sensing, Husova 2117, 25601 Benešov, Czech Republic Mobile: +420-605033598 EMail: [ mailto:charvat@ccss.cz ]
  17. 17. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 17 INSPIRE AS A BUSINESS CASE FOR EUROPEAN GEO-ICT SMES…? Jitka FAUGNEROVA CENIA, Czech Environmental Information Agency, Prague (CZ) ABSTRACT <> KEYNOTE Keywords: INSPIRE, SME (Small and medium entreprises), Business, Implementation, Strategy Content: For the last two years (May 2012 – May 2014) CENIA, Czech Environmental Information Agency participated in an European project focused on geo-ICT small and medium enterprises and their possible business coming in parallel with implementation of the INSPIRE Directive. CENIA’s participation in the project has been evaluated positively, because in relation with private companies CENIA acts also as a National Contact Point for INSPIRE and knows well all the groups of Czech INSPIRE stakeholders (public authorities, geoinformation association, academic sector and private companies). Two main issues were to be resolved by the project – a report to the European Commission on how much the geo-ICT business has been stimulated since the INSPIRE Directive entered into force and the preparation of a set of tools supporting the SMEs in their involvement into the INSPIRE implementation. Both results of the project will be presented; while the most interesting findings from the report in detail, web tools only shortly. While interviewing Czech SMEs one critical point not only for INSPIRE implementation but also for the Czech geoinformatics in general was mentioned very often. It was a missing Strategy for INSPIRE implementation, which is quite critical 7 years after the INSPIRE Directive, and also a Strategy for the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). Actually, both strategies are in the process of preparation and their content and interrelations will be presented as well. Author Jitka FAUGNEROVA INSPIRE National Contact Point of the Czech Republic Member of the INSPIRE Committee under European Commission References [ http://www.cenia.cz ] [ http://inspire.gov.cz/ ] [ http://geoportal.gov.cz/ ] Contact Email [ Jitka.Faugnerova@CENIA.cz ] CENIA, česká informační agentura životního prostředí Vršovická 1442/65, 100 10 Praha 10 Mobile: +420 724 549 970
  18. 18. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 18 LINKED OPEN DATA FOR CYCLO TOURISM THE CESKOJEDE – PROJECT Josef FRYML, Karel CHARVAT Czech Centre for Science and Society ABSTRACT Keywords: Linked Open Data, Tourism Content: Tourism represents very old activity that is connected mainly with spending of free and leisure time. The first forms of tourism began in ancient Greek and Rome in connection with sport event (Olympic games) or religious places and events. The next progress of tourism was mentioned during times of Renaissance (visits of social events) and later (first visits of spas). The rapid growth of tourism and tourist industry in the 20th century is related to changes in social structure of society and rights of labours. They contributed to the introduction (in developed countries) of weekends, eight-hours working days and holiday that strongly support tourism activities.Authors. Authors Josef FRYML, Karel Charvat Czech Centre for Science and Society References Charvat, K., S. Kafka, and T. Travnicek. "Why interoperability for agriculture and tourism." ZEMEDELSKA EKONOMIKA-PRAHA- 49.9 (2003): 407-411. Horak, P., Charvat, K., Horakova, S., & Vlk, M. (2010). A Living Lab For Spatial Data Management Innovation in the Czech Republic. Living Labs for Rural Development, 125. Archer, P., Charvat, K., Navarro, M., Iglesias, C. A., O'Flaherty, J., Robles, T., & Roman, D. (2013). Linked Open Data for Environment Protection in Smart Regions–The SmartOpenData Project. Charvát, K., Čerba, O., Kafka, Š., Mildorf, T., & Vohnout, P. (2013). The HABITATS Approach to Build the INSPIRE Infrastructure. In Environmental Software Systems. Fostering Information Sharing (pp. 1-10). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Charvat, Karel. "ReGeo–an effective on line rural tourism information system." (2003) EC-Projekt Charvat, K., & Mildorf, T. NaturNet Plus Solution for Sustainable Tourism, Education and Environment Protection. Competence Modelling for Vocational Education and Training, 34. Cepicky, J., Gnip, P., Kafka, S., Koskova, I., Charvat, K., Nagatsuka, T., & Ninomiya, S. (2008). Geospatial data management and integration of geospatial web services. IAALD AFITA WCCA2008, Tokyo Contact Josef FRYML Czech Centre for Science and Society, Prague, Czech Republic President of CCSS | Mobile: +420/602532201 EMail: [ mailto:fryml@ccss.cz ]
  19. 19. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 19 SUMMARY Active tourism (as the contrary of passive tourism) is a special way to spend leisure time. It is a new life philosophy that combines adventure, sports, experience, discovering, events, relations to nature, history, culture, habits or traditions. Active tourism is rapidly growing in popularity due to unusual experience, that are totally different from the typical in sea resorts. Elements of active tourism (such as excursions or offer of sport activities) are added to the traditional form of tourism. The new forms of tourism cover for example sport activities (e.g. rafting), nature tourism (e.g. trekking or hiking), rural tourism, congress tourism, adventure tourism (e.g. rock climbing) or experience tourism (e.g. mountaineering expeditions). Another shift of paradigm of tourist industry was mentioned in connection with collecting, sharing, spreading and propagation of information. Previous forms (personal recommendations, printed catalogues, reservation letters or phone calls) are in remission and they are replaced by electronic forms. But electronic forms are changing also. They are moving from centralized databases and big global providers to more personalized information created by local subjects of tourist industry. The main objective of this project is to support these local or regional subjects and their information management, because we believe that combination of local and global information and systems represents the best added value for all participant of tourist industry. Data and information represents the keyword of current society as well as contemporary tourism and tourist industry. Both main subjects of tourist industry (participants and providers) deal with data and information and need them mainly for communication in each group and also between both groups of tourism subjects. Data and information mean a huge number of various items related to selection of destination or offer of services of tourist industry. Data and information do not mean just spatial data sets, maps, web cameras, handouts or catalogues, but also personal information such as recommendations, comments on social media channels, published private photos or stories. Previous paragraph shows that current global tourist industry and tourism cannot be built on any centralised database. Existing solutions for tourist industry based on information technologies (IT) are focused mainly on one component of information such as global information, local or regional data or social media and crowd-sourcing. Main problem of this approach is, that various types of information are collected and managed in different levels. For example there is possible to have central database of roads on the level of Europe, but it is not possible to collect and above all update uniform information about accommodation, services, events, etc. in global scale. On the other hand, there are local systems, which are collecting above-mentioned local information. These systems covers usually small regions or a groups of service providers with up-to-date data, but the problem of such local information system is their heterogeneity and usability of this local tourist information systems. All users (including SMEs participating on tourist industry and being not focused on information technologies) or such data and information are limited by their heterogeneities that cover various data models, data formats, types of information, level of detail, semantics (terminology), portrayal rules, geometry, coordinates and coordinate systems and above all the frequency of updating. The heterogeneities limit sharing, re-using of existing data sets as well as their integration to external applications and data sets.
  20. 20. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 20 The heterogeneity means also very important questions related to reliability and quality of provided information. In past two 5th Framework program projects ReGeo and EMIRES suggest technologies to build future information systems on the base of shared information from local levels. Due technological constrains this idea was till now not realised. ReGeo introduced concept of virtual tourist information system and EMIRES introduced concept of Single European Tourist Market Place. Both this concepts are now modified by SmartTouristData using new technological possibilities and with number of European data providers. The new component of data of tourist industry constitutes volunteered geographic data and information related to crowd-sourcing, e.g. Wikitravel (free, complete, up-to-date and reliable world-wide travel guide; shared repository for images and other media) OpenStreetMap, Open Weather Map or Open Event Map. There are also data designed for local purposes, such as AddisMap (Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) City Map with POI locator). These data sets could be used freely for building information system, sharing and moreover they provide a feedback from real users. There are many local or regional data sets relevant to tourist industry in the form of Open Linked Data (method of publishing structured open data so that it can be interlinked and become more useful). They could be combined with OpenStreetMap data and used also as part of information systems utilizing local data.
  21. 21. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 21 Open Linked Data Strategy is becoming a source of unprecedented visibility for any data that will enable the generation of new businesses, as well as a significant advance for research. Nevertheless, in order for this envisioned strategy to become a reality, it is necessary to advance the publication of existing data, usually owned by public bodies. CeskoJede (CeskoGO) is current practical realisation of principles of SmartTouristData for cycle tourism. There were prepared contact between regions supplying data, CDV, Association of cycle tourist cities, Czech Centre for Science and Society and Help Service Remote Sensing (HSRS) of realization of national cycle tourist system based on shared data using principles of Linked Open Data. Regions will offer local data as RDF file and this will be integrated with global cycle routes.
  22. 22. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 22 BRATISLAVA SMALL BROWNFIELDS IN NODAL AREAS OF DANUBE RIVERBANKS Juraj FURDÍK, Micu LOREDANA, Alena BINDZÁROVÁ Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava ABSTRACT Keywords: water and city, brownfields, Bratislava, SNP Bridge, urban structure, urban planning Content: Besides typically neglected areas, that meet the full definition of brownfields, very neglected areas exist in the cities, their extent is not large, but on the other hand, its importance and key role in the structure of the city have the greater impact on the overall quality of the environment city and especially their immediate surroundings. The graphic part of poster is addressed to this key area, foreland of the SNP Bridge, in which it looks for functional and spatial solution, which would be the proposal for a comprehensive architectural and urban design. Solving of functional relationships presented on the poster (Concept and Solution Ideas): 1. Automobile traffic on the upper floor appears to be collision-free, but public transport links with pedestrian movement in relation to citywide facilities, citywide recreational facilities and waterfront is inconvenient. Solution is in flyover links above or over communications with direct connection to Aupark and Incheba. Another solution is a direct continuation of the two- sided walking route bridge with subsequent connections to bus stops and continuing up to the flyover crossings Einstein Street (see 3rd level on poster). 2. Highlighting of induction level to the pylon with extension of the view over the waterfront and ensure of flyover above Vienna Road and accessible links to the waterfront. 3. Along Vienna Road, to minimize pedestrian movement in favor of international cycling route, for which at this point to create a decent place which satisfies all the requirements of international cycling stop. Presented solution on the poster is a functional and operational idea, that isa suitable architectural and urban solution to ensure adequate quality of this important area and node of Bratislava. Author Dr. Juraj FURDÍK Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava References http://mobex2013.weebly.com http://www.a-atc.sk/MobEx2011/index.html http://www.fa.stuba.sk/ Contact Juraj Furdík, Faculty of Architecture, STU in Bratislava Namestie slobody 19 812 45 Bratislava
  23. 23. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 23
  24. 24. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 24 EXAMPLES OF BROWNFIELDS CONNECTED TO DANUBE IN BRATISLAVA CITY AREA Daniel FURDÍK, Ivor MEČIAR Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava ABSTRACT Keywords: water and city, brownfields, Bratislava, GIS, urban structure, urban area, digital technologies Content: The researched zone is situated in an intravilan of the Bratislava city. We document the comparison with the help of 2D offline tools and interactive Fusion tables from the Google maps application and we document the comparison of analysis of locations. The advantage of Google Fusion Tables is the possibility of interactive cooperation and editing with no regard to the colleagues site of employment. These files are consisting a graphical and database part. Graphical part is being composed the easiest way in cloud based program GmapGIS application [ http://www.gmapgis.com ] and the data output is in KML format which is compatible with online applications Google Earth and Google Maps. Database data can be processed and summarized in any table like editor, the most common is Microsoft Excel. As the subject of our research we took brownfields in Bratislava urban area which are connected with the river Danube. Criterias for choosing browfields into our analysis was their location in an intravilan of Bratislava, their size (minimum 27000 sq. meters), and their straight connection to the river Danube. We analyzed them in terms of location, size, connection to the Danube, history, functional utilization and extent of contamination. The results were gradated on a scale of 0 to 20, alternatively in the case of historical analyses and position as input data we choose dates from the city archives, available resources and geographical coordinates. Author Dr. Daniel Furdík, Dr. Ivor Mečiar Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava References http://mobex2013.weebly.com http://www.a-atc.sk/MobEx2011/index.html http://www.fa.stuba.sk/ Contact Daniel Furdík, Ivor Mečiar, Facfulty of Architecture, STU in Bratislava Namestie slobody 19 812 45 Bratislava [ Daniel.Furdik@Gmail.com | IvorMeciar@Gmail.com ]
  25. 25. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 25
  26. 26. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 26 INTRODUCTION TO OPEN DATA MOVEMENT IN EUROPE OF REGIONS FRANK HOFFMANN IGN – INNOVATION. Grenzüberschreitendes Netzwerk e.V. – Dresden ABSTRACT Keywords: CORINE, data policy, data portal, europe, geodata, geoinformation, geoSME, GI2010, GI2012, govdata, INSPIRE, knowledge, licences, network, OKFN, open data, open knowledge, OSM, OpenStreetMap, PSI, public sector information, web services Die Europäische Kommission hatte bereits 2011 eine „Strategie Nachhaltigkeit und Offenheit der Datenpolitik im Europa der Regionen vorgestellt, die der EU-Wirtschaft einen Wachstumsschub und Nutzen von insgesamt über 32-Milliarden Euro pro Jahr bescheren soll: [ http://europa.eu/rapid/pressReleasesAction.do?reference=IP/11/1524&format=HTML&aged=0&language=EN&guiLanguage=en ] Ziel war die Förderung einer dynamischen GEO-Branche, die Erfassungsdaten in wertvolle Information und Wissen veredelt, beispielsweise zur Programmierung von nachhaltigen APPS für GeoManagement-Applikationen, z.B. die aktuelle Wettbewerbsausschreibung APPS For EUROPE  [ http://www.appsforeurope.eu/about-us ] sowie [ http://www.appsforeurope.eu/competition ]  [ http://okfn.de/2014/04/die-gewinner-von-apps-for-europe-2014/ ] So wurde u.a. im Social Network LINKEDIN nachfolgendes festgestellt: K. Charvat: We've recognised an important problem with geospatial (open) data licencing. There exist different licences and it is not easy to combine data from various sources with different licences, especially then in the open data domain when data can be re-used. As an example, how to handle licences of a combination of OpenStreetMap and Corine CLC data? Both licences are open, however, there are some differences. [ http://www.linkedin.com/e/mm3hn8-hnutvjev-3e/vaq/5797927541876486144/61515/-1/view_disc/?hs=false&tok=3g3tOg2mka0601 ] And what if there will be another input from other ten open data sources ??? In der bundesdeutschen GEOINFORMATIONSWIRTSCHAFT existieren allein 9 (!) verschiedene juristische Vorschriften und Lizenzierungsmodelle [ http://www.geolizenz.org ] bis 2016 zunächst als Modellprojekt zur Bereitstellung von Public Sector Informationen (PSI), unter denen Geodaten jedoch eine besondere Stellung einnehmen. Allerdings wendete sich das deutsche „OpenKnowledgeFoundation“ Netzwerk (OKFN) gegen diese Geolizenz:  11. Januar 2013: Wikimedia Urheberrecht: [ Zwei neue Open Data-Lizenzen aus dem Innenministerium ]  12. Januar 2013: E-Demokratie.org: [ Open Data Lizenzmodell des BMI führt zur “inhaltlichen Entwertung des Begriffes Open Data” ]  2. Februar 2013: openeverything.eu: [ Weiter Unklarheiten beim GovData Portal Deutschland ]  5. Februar 2013: Netzpolitik.org: [ Kein Open Data-Portal im Bund ]  6. Februar 2013: Offenes Köln Blog: [ Zur GovData Plattform von Bund und Ländern ]  7. Februar 2013: Gemeinsame Erklärung: Den Standard endlich auf “Offen” setzen! [ http://not-your-govdata.de ]
  27. 27. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 27 NNeebbeenn eeiinneerr eeiinnhheeiittlliicchheenn nnaattiioonnaalleenn LLöössuunngg iisstt jjeeddoocchh ddiiee ggrreennzzüübbeerrsscchhrreeiitteennddee AAnnppaassssuunngg uunndd OOnnlliinnee--IInntteerrooppeerraabbiilliittyy vvoonn ööffffeennttlliicchheenn DDaatteenn,, DDiieennsstteenn uunndd AAnnwweenndduunnggeenn iinn EEuurrooppaa,, ddiiee zzuuddeemm nnoocchh dduurrcchh uunntteerrsscchhiieeddlliicchhee uunndd lläännddeerrssppeezziiffiisscchhee ggeesseettzzlliicchhee VVoorrsscchhrriifftteenn bbeezziieehhuunnggsswweeiissee rreessttrriikkttiivvee LLiizzeennzzbbeeddiinngguunnggeenn eerrsscchhwweerrtt bbzzww.. ddeemmzzuuffoollggee nnaahheezzuu uunnmmöögglliicchh ggeemmaacchhtt wweerrddeenn…… Die Europäische Kommission veröffentlichte schließlich am 2. Dezember 2013 einen erneuten Aufruf zur Konsultation über die Umsetzung der Richtlinie 2007/2/EG zur Schaffung einer Geodateninfrastruktur in der Europäischen Gemeinschaft (INSPIRE)  [ http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/index.cfm/newsid/11281 ], d.h. zum Realisierungsstand von INSPIRE  [ http://ec.europa.eu/yourvoice/ipm/forms/dispatch?form=INSPIRE7&lang=en ] sowie am 5. Dezember 2013 zur europaweiten Befragung über Datenschutz und Urheberrecht (Copyright):  [ http://www.slideshare.net/fullscreen/inspireeu/european-spatial-data-infrastructure-inspire-and- beyond/15 ] EU Commissioner Michel Barnier said: "My vision of copyright is of a modern and effective tool that supports creation and innovation, enables access to quality content, including across borders, encourages investment and strengthens cultural diversity. Our EU copyright policy must keep up with the times." [ http://ec.europa.eu/internal_market/consultations/2013/copyright-rules/index_en.htm ] Der gemeinnützige Verein IGN - „INNOVATION.Grenzüberschreitendes Netzwerk e.V.“ – widmete seine bisherigen GIS-Weiterbildungskurse sowie GI/GIS/GDI-Symposien seit GI2000 langfristig der Zielstellung einer nachhaltigen und offenen Infrastruktur für GEO-UMWELT-RAUM – Informationen, deren Schwerpunkte auf grenzüberschreitende GeoDaten & interoperable GeoDienste orientierten. Folgerichtig standen bisher Public Sector Information ( GI2010 ) sowie auch Open Data ( GI2012 ) bereits im Fokus der inter-regionalen Zusammenarbeit und des Erfahrungsaustausches mit Sachsen‘s Partner-Regionen, insbesondere grenzüberschreitend mit Tschechien & Polen. Demzufolge soll in diesem Jahr das 14. Sächsische GI/GIS/GDI-Forum (GI2014) den inter-regionalen Erfahrungsaustausch zum OPEN DATA MOVEMENT IM EUROPA DER REGIONEN nachhaltig befördern ! Autor Doz. Dr. Frank HOFFMANN, CSc Vorstandsvorsitzender – IGN e.V. Referenzen [ http://de.SLIDESHARE.net/IGN_Vorstand/presentations ] [ Effizienter Staat 2014 – Offene Daten und transparentes Regierungshandeln in der Verwaltungsrealität ] [ http://GDI-SN.blogspot.com ] [ https://TWITTER.com/#!/IGN_Vorstand ] [ http://wiki.OPENSTREETMAP.org/wiki/User:Vorstand ] [ http://de.LINKEDIN.com/pub/IGN-Vorstand/21/a66/64a ] [ http://en-gb.FACEBOOK.com/people/IGN-Vorstand/100001648951366 ] Kontakt IGN-Vorstand c/o Martin-Andersen-Nexö-Str. 4 D – 01217 DRESDEN [ Mailto:Vorstand@IGN-SN.de ] [ Skype: fh_ign (office) ] [ Latitude: +51,019696269676°E | [ Longitude: +13,7347078736682°N ] [ Mobile: +49-170-410.9611| Tel: +49-351-403.2729 | Fax: +49-351-401.4260 ]
  28. 28. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 28 [ Principles of Open GOV Data © by DémocratieOuverte.org ] Open Government InfoGraphic © by A.L.Coz & C. Lage – Source via: [ http://not-your-govdata.de ] [ 1999 ] > IGN's Interoperability Vision >> GI2000 >>> [ GI2014 ] X-border OPENDATA Movement: Sustainability & Interoperability of Open Data & Open Licence Policy for Europe of Regions [ GI2014-FORUM ] + 14. "Sächsisches GI/GIS/GDI-Forum" in DRESDEN + [ GI2014@IGN-SN.de ] Dresden: 30. April 2014 PROPOSED GI2014 OPEN SEMINAR TOPICS History of Geospatial Open Standards , Open Database Protection, Open Data Resources, Open Data Commons, Linked Open Data, Open Data Technologies, Open Data Interoperability, Cross-border Open PSI, GeoData & OSM, Political Open Data Support, Open Licensing Policies, IPR & Copyright, ODbL, OpenData Best Practices.
  29. 29. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 29 MAP COMPOSITION OF PLAN4BUSINESS PROJECT Dmitrij KOZUCH, Raitis BERZINS, Karel CHARVAT Help Service Remote Sensing, Czech Republic ABSTRACT Keywords: Urban Planning, cartograph, Open data, map visualisation, map composition Content: One of the major plan4business outcomes is the Thematic Map Viewer. The main objective of this application is to visualise data stored in our database in a user friendly way. Due to the fact that the database contains many data-layers, a grouping of these layers took place - into thematic compositions. By now, we have created about 30 compositions. Most of them are related to socio-economic and demographic indicators such as GDP, average monthly salary, unemployment rate, employment structure (by sectors), local human development index (LHDI), population size and density, net migration and natural growth and age dependency ratio. Not all of the compositions are related to human development. Some of them, like structure of agricultural lands, structure of livestock, environment pollution by gases and particulates, are from other areas. When entering the application you can see bounding boxes of available compositions in the map and also a list of the available compositions on the right. When the user points at a composition in the list on the right, its bounding box is highlighted in the map. Bounding boxes of map compositions There are three main data sources for the map compositions. Firstly, it is a public database of Eurostat (compositions covering the entire Europe). Secondly, it is the Czech Statistical Office and thirdly, it is the Polish Statistical Office. All of the three bounding boxes are shown in the map. Also in our database we have data from German Statistical Department and some cities (mostly from Ireland and Poland) spatial and development plans, that we are preparing to visualize in course of next weeks. What distinguishes us from another applications that are also visualising statistical data and producing thematic maps is that we use many more techniques of thematic cartography and also that we don’t use any commercial software that one needs to pay for.
  30. 30. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 30 For instance, if one takes a look on the following applications: Statistical Atlas by Eurostat (http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistical-atlas/gis/viewer/) based on commercial ArcGIS, and also at Regional Statistics Illustrated still by Eurostat (http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/RSI/) again based on ArcGIS, one can see that visualisations made are all quite standard (choropleth maps technique) and simple. Also all these visualizations are meant for certain level of administrative units i.e., with changing scale user still sees the same administrative units. The same weaknesses can be seen on the Google initiative (Public Data). The module allows just certain, quite poor selection of methods to visualise spatial data (choropleth maps, also point symbols of varying size). Example of EUROSTAT On the contrary, in our Thematic Map Viewer we try to explore all variety of methods of thematic cartography to visualize spatial statistical data. The main results of this initiative are:  The Thematic Map Viewer;  Evaluation of suitability of different methods from thematic cartography to visualize certain data;  Evaluation of data (its quality most of all) taken from multiple sources;  Scripts (tools) for generating certain diagrams, cartograms and other methods of visualisation. Here one can see implementations of different methods of thematic cartography that are quite normal (usual) for printed maps, but at the same time are quite untypical for digital cartography. Structural cartogram (except our map-portal one barely would find some online maps that are made using this interesting technique).  The system may be tested online [ http://www.whatstheplan.eu/viewer ] ! Authors Dmitrij KOZUCH, Raitis BERZINS, Karel CHARVAT Help Service Remote Sensing, Czech Republic References [ http://www.whatstheplan.eu/viewer ] Contact Dmitrij KOZUCH, Help Service Remote Sensing (HSRS), Husova 2117, 25601 Benešov, Czech Republic EMail: [ dmitri@seznam.cz ]
  31. 31. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 31 Example of EUROSTAT Example of Google Plan4business maps
  32. 32. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 32 Plan4business maps 3D symbols Segmented diagram
  33. 33. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 33 Segmented diagram Structural diagram Structural diagram Structural diagram
  34. 34. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 34 THE OISSACH CLUB THE BRIDGE FOR ICT IN AGRICULTURE BETWEEN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WALTER H. MAYER & KAREL CHARVAT PROGIS, VILLACH (AT) & CCSS, PRAHA (CZ) ABSTRACT The “Club of Ossiach”, a group of agriculturists, agribusiness managers, agriculture technologists and agricultural ICT specialists from around the world, met at Ossiach between 17-19 June 2013 at the “AgriFuture Days” Conference. They reviewed current trends and possible discontinuities resulting from political, social, environmental and technological changes, potentially impacting on the future of agriculture, farming, rural viability, food and nutrition worldwide. This Presentation describes:  The Recognition of the “OISSACH” Club  The Focus on ICT and Keypoints of its Adoption in Agriculture  The Technologies recognized by the “OISSACH” Club  The Priorities of ICT Adoption for Future Agriculture Communities  The Business Model  The Charter Members Authors Dipl.-Ing. Walter H. MAYER CEO of ROGIS GmbH, Villach (AT) Dr. Karel CHARVAT EU Project Manager of HSRS, Benesov (CZ) Contact Club of Ossiach”, Postgasse 6, A-9500 Villach Email [ office@agrifuturedays.com | clubofossiach@agrifuturedays.com ]
  35. 35. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 35 SUMMARY OSSIACH – DECLARATION ON THE UPTAKE OF ICT FOR AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, RURAL VIABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Dipl.Ing. Walter H. MAYER CEO of PROGIS GmbH, Italienerstr. 3, A-9500 VILLACH The “Club of Ossiach”, a group of agriculturists, agribusiness managers, agriculture technologists and agricultural ICT specialists from around the world, met at Ossiach between 17-19 June 2013 at the “AgriFuture Days” Conference. They reviewed current trends and possible discontinuities resulting from political, social, environmental and technological changes, potentially impacting on the future of agriculture, farming, rural viability, food and nutrition worldwide. 1. The Club of Ossiach recognized that:  Almost a third of the world’s population is vulnerable to poverty and malnutrition, respectively is marginal in its current food and nutritional security, has concerns of its food safety and reliability of its supply.  The resource poor small holder farmers of the world are the poorest and the bottom of the heap of the hungry.  The world today faces severe environmental changes and damages. In addition it cannot continue to exploit natural resources in the current unsustainable manner.  Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials and space technology among many other technological innovations, individually and jointly, are essentially unsynchronized. This negatively influences human progress and development including agriculture, food security and rural viability. We have to create a bio-based economy (accepting the sustainability rules of nature) transforming industry, business and services.  The potential to feed the world, to use natural resources and safeguard the environment depends on judicious change and use of technology.  However, the poorest of the world not only suffer the most but may miss from benefitting from this economic and technological transformation. 2. The Club of Ossiach focus on ICTs identified the following key points in adoption of ICT in agriculture • Agricultural contribution to rural communities is not limited to agrotechnology and production efficiencies. To a large extent it is the result of ICT innovations and their implementation. • ICT adoption for agriculture impacts on rural community sustainability and an unlimited variety of roducts, economic benefits, technical improvements and social enhancement. ICT will be most effective as an incentive and agent of change when used at points of stakeholder cooperation. Stakeholders can be expected to be a major motivating factor for adopting ICT supported agricultural production and rural sustainability. • Stakeholders participation in ICT development and implementation of innovative initiatives must include farmers, extension, scientists, agricultural and social services, students, rural residents and sector supporting entities. This “Bottom-Up” inclusion complements the now conventional “Top- Down” model.
  36. 36. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 36 3. The Club of Ossiach, recognized that these technologies:  Create promising choices including the change of the nature of information. This will make it easier to distribute, share and utilize data, information and knowledge.  Contribute to implementation of opportunities, addressing discontinuities and new options;  Are most effectual as a means of change when effectively integrated at the points of collaboration between the various stakeholders. They enhance development by introducing new elements of flexibility in production, development of innovations and facilitating their implementation.  Dictate caution and care in access and use of ICT supported knowledge especially during introductory stages. The knowledge must be focused on people, sustainability, equity, welfare and “happiness”. “Sustainability” in this context must be understood as furthering economical development, lifelong learning, social justice and environmental integrity.  ICT produces ruptures through creative technological breakthroughs: from “constructive destruction to destructive construction”. It enables the transformation of concurrent practices driven by tradition, ulterior external interests and obsolete technologies. ICT can support individuals in motivating, integrating and sustaining change in communities. With this understanding ICT will contribute to create choices and processes of change especially through partnerships and co- leadership.  The Club of Ossiach recognized further that by creative cooperation sustainable and responsible agriculture can be attained. This will demonstrate the feasibility of future evolution of Earth’s ecosystems. They will enhance health and well-being globally inaddition to attaining more effective distribution of the food produced and minimizing food waste.  The Club of Ossiach considered it as a responsibility to pursue technological change within agriculture. 4. Recommended/expected ICT Adoption priorities and their potential benefits for future agricultural communities: • Innovation adoption • Know-how transfer • Technology integration • New business models • Stimulating innovations – technical, environmental, social and more..... • Cooperation at the various production and social levels • Universal benefit for all chain members • Support a “European Innovation Partnership (EIP): Agricultural Productivity and • Sustainability” initiative. The Club of Ossiach will meet regularly, to jointly consider the future of agriculture, farming, food and nutrition and rural viability. The meetings will include documenting the process, its progress and regular publication of its findings. 5. A possible business-model A new business model for a country-wide Agro-ICT-adoption was introduced and reviewed at the conference. The model was titled an “Agro-ICT-Infrastructure concept”. It is designed to be initiated by the government or a public-private consortium within a country. It will collate and integrate basic data like ortho-images, agro-meteorological data and ICT-technologies accessible to the country’s agro- community. This community will include farmers, smallholders, their suppliers, customers, advisors, supporting science, education bodies and other public authorities. They all represent the food-, feed-, biomass- or log-production chain and are linked together with applications supporting their information needs.
  37. 37. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 37 For more information and comments please contact office@agrifuturedays.com “Club of Ossiach”, Postgasse 6, A-9500 Villach clubofossiach@agrifuturedays.com Charter Members Robin Bourgeois Senior Foresight and Development Policies Expert, Secretariat of the Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR c/o FAO- #RD),Italy; Ajit Maru Senior Officer Secretariat of the Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR c/o FAO) Italy, Karel Charvat, Project Manager of Help Service Remote Sensing s.r.o., WirelessInfo Czech Centre for Science and Society, Czech Republic and CEO of Baltic Open Solution Centre Latvia and former EFITA president; Ehud Gelb Samuel Neaman Institute for National Policy Research,Hebrew University, Center for Agricultural Economic Research, Israel; Dieter Ott, Bundesverband der Deutschen Maschinenringe (BMR), Germany; Markus F. Hofreither, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Institute for Sustainable Economic Development, Austria; Kyandoghere Kyamakya,Smart System Technologies-Transportation Informatics, Alpen Adria University, Austria; Alphons Claessens, NIT Holding – Limited, Netherland; Alfred Pitterle, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Institute of Silviculture and CEO of ForCert GmbH, Vienna, Austria; Walter Mayer,Chief Executive Officer, PROGIS Software GmbH, Villach, Austria
  38. 38. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 38 WEBBASIERTE INTEGRIERTE DATEN FÜR BIM-LEVEL 3 Klaus SCHILLER Konrad-ZUSE-Preisträger CEO – Dynamische Baudaten – Dresden (DBD) ABSTRACT Keywords: Bauteilgefüge, BIM-Klassifikation, BIM-Level3, Daten, DIN 91400, IFC-Datenaustausch, Integration, Semantic web, Standard Leistungsbuch Bau (STLB) Content: Webbasierte integrierte Daten für BIM-Level 3 Das Wesen von BIM ist das räumliche Bauteilgefüge. Es wird über den IFC Datenaustausch transportiert. Sein Mehrwert aber steigt in dem Maße, wie die Bauteileigenschaften vom Inhalt her gleichgesinnt klassifiziert sind. Die BIM-Klassifikation nach STLB-Bau - DIN SPEC 91400 und ihre semantische Verknüpfung mit webbasierten, integrierten Daten ist der Weg zu BIM-Level 3. Author Dr. habil. Klaus Schiller Vorsitzender der Geschäftsführung der Dr. Schiller & Partner GmbH Dynamische Baudaten (DBD) References [ http://www.DBD-Online.de ] [ http://www.KostenKalkuel.de ] Contact Dr. Schiller & Partner GmbH Liebigstr. 3, D – 01069 Dresden Tel. +49-351-436.5960 Email: [ mailto:info@DBD.de ]
  39. 39. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 39 The Open BIM Standard Landscape
  40. 40. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 40 DIN SPEC 91400 – From 3D BIM to 7D BIM
  41. 41. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 41 SUMMARY BIM – Building Information Management – LEVELS (1) Translated by Dr. G. Faschingbauer – BIM-Produktmanager @ f:data GmbH Level 0 CAD ohne Management, 2D, papierbasierter (auch „elektronisches Papier“) Datenaustausch Level 1 CAD mit Management, 2D oder 3D mit Einsatz eines Kollaborationswerkzeugs (gemeinsame Datenumgebung), „standardisierter“ Ansatz bzgl. Datenstruktur und Format. Kostendaten werden durch separate Software behandelt - ohne Integration. Level 2 3D-Umgebung mit Management. Datenhaltung in fachspezifischen BIM Tools mit angehängten Daten (z.B. COBIE). Kostendaten werden mit ERP (Enterprise resource planning) Software bearbeitet und über proprietäre Schnittstellen oder abgestimmte Middleware integriert. Dieser BIM Level kann 4D Bauprozesse und/oder 5D Kosteninformation behandeln. Level 3 Voll integrierter und kollaborativer Prozess, realisiert durch Webservices und konform mit den IFC Standards. Dieser BIM Level macht Informationen zu 4D Bauprozessen, 5D Kosteninformationen und 6D Projekt- Lebenszyklus-Management nutzbar. (1) Quelle (BEW & RICHARDS, 2008): [ http://www.out-law.com/en/topics/projects--construction/projects-and-procurement/building-information-modelling/ ]
  42. 42. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 42 About the „Dr. Schiller & Partner GmbH“ Company and its integrated Information & Calculation Products Dynamische Bau Daten (DBD) Die Dr. Schiller & Partner GmbH liefert DATEN für das Bauwesen von der Kostenschätzung bis zur betrieblichen Kalkulation. Dies nennen wir die durchgängige Informationsvernetzung für das Bauwesen. Über offene Schnittstellen, zur Zeit für Windows und über XML, bieten wir allen Interessierten, vor allem Softwarehäusern, die Programme für Kostenermittlung, AVA oder baubetriebliche Kalkulation entwickeln, die Möglichkeit, den Zugriff auf unsere Datenprodukte in deren Software zu integrieren und damit Gesamtlösungen von Programm und Daten anbieten zu können. Wir verfolgen damit das Ziel, den Standard für BauDaten im deutschen Bauwesen zu etablieren. Standard heißt nicht Eintönigkeit. Über die spezielle Technologie der Codierung von Daten, die wir Dynamische BauDaten nennen, ist es uns möglich, die ganze Vielfalt der im Bauwesen verlangten Daten mit einem darstellbaren Aufwand abzubilden. Ziel aller Aktivitäten ist eine verbesserte Kommunikation unter den am Bau Beteiligten:  Vollständige und eindeutige Leistungsbeschreibungen zur Vermeidung unerwünschter Missverständnisse, die Zeit und Geld kosten.  Aussagekräftige und vergleichbare Kostendaten für Bauherren und Architekten.  Unterstützung in der Angebotskalkulation durch automatische Ermittlung der Einzelkosten der Teilleistungen.  Vernetzung aller Inhalte mit anderen Informationsanbietern, wie dem DIN und Fachverlagen für das Bauwesen. Alle Produkte firmieren unter dem Markennamen [ Dynamische BauDaten ] (DBD). Gegründet wurde das Unternehmen im Jahre 1991. Es gehört zu 100 % den vier Gesellschaftern und Geschäftsführern Dr. Klaus Schiller (Vorsitzender der GF), Dipl. Ing. Martin Hubert, Dipl.-Ing. Hans-Peter Finke und Dipl.-Ing. Maik Wachter. Als Meilenstein in der Unternehmensgeschichte wurde im Jahr 1995 das damalige Produkt DBD-Texte in der Ausschreibung des GAEB zum fachlichen Sieger bestimmt. In der Folge entsteht hieraus das Produkt [ STLB-Bau ], dessen Inhalte vom GAEB aufgestellt werden, das vom DIN herausgegeben wird und von Dr. Schiller & Partner GmbH datentechnisch realisiert wird. In den Jahren 1996-1998 entstehen die neuen Produkte [ DBD-Baupreise | DBD-Bauteile und DBD-Kalkulationsansätze ] die alle über die DBD-Codierung mit dem [ STLB-Bau ] verknüpft sind und welche die Idee der durchgängigen Informationsvernetzung zur Realität machen. Die nächste Innovation wurde im Herbst 2000 präsentiert: Die ersten online - fähigen [ Daten für das Bauwesen ]. Seit 2005 werden alle Produkte ausschließlich auf Basis modernster XML Technologie erstellt. Damit wird die Oberflächengestaltung und die Bedienbarkeit der Produkte auf eine neue, langfristig zukunftsweisende Qualitätsstufe angehoben. Die rund 20 Mitarbeiter von Dr. Schiller & Partner GmbH arbeiten hauptsächlich in den Bereichen Textredaktion und Produktentwicklung/Produktpflege an den Standorten Dresden und Clingen (Thüringen). Darüber hinaus gibt es einen Vertriebsstützpunkt als Verbindungsstelle zu den Softwarehäusern im Raum Düsseldorf. Firmensitz: Dr. Schiller & Partner GmbH, Liebigstraße 3, D - 01069 Dresden Tel.: 0351-436 59 60 | Fax.: 0351-436 59 61
  43. 43. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 43 LAYMAN – THE LAYER MANAGER UPLOAD, PUBLISH AND SECURE YOUR GEODATA EASILY Michal SREDL, Karel CHARVAT Czech Centre for Science and Society, Prague, Czech Republic ABSTRACT Keywords: Geodata publishing, INSPIRE, GEOSS Content: When geodata goes public, several steps are needed: Upload the data to the server, import the data into the database, publish the data through some kind of map server, and, if needed, configure the access rights so only the users with the proper priviliies can display the data. LayMan - the Layer Manager - sorts it out for you. LayMan offers a single entry point into the Filesystem, PostGIS database and GeoServer: Fig.1: LayMan Web GUI On the left side, files in the user directory are shown. In the middle, there are tables and views with data that has been already imported into the database. On the right side are the layers that have been already published with GeoServer. The files belong solely to the user that is logged-in. Data and layers are common for the whole group they have been published to and can be manipulated by any member of the group. The user sees the data and layers of every group he/she is a member of. Data can be published either from the uploaded files, or from the tables or views already present in the database. Various parameters of a layer can be set, with access control being of a special interest:
  44. 44. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 44 While manipulation with the published layer (write access) is limited to the members of the group that layer is published to, the read access (showing the layer in a map) can be granted to any other group. Users and groups are managed within the Liferay portal which encapsulates the whole system. Once published, the layers can be styled with OpenGeo Styler: Fig.2: Publishing with Layman Fig.3: Styler
  45. 45. GI2014 – GI/GIS/GDI – Forum Open GeoData Movement in Europe of Regions 14. Grenzüberschreitendes Sächsisches GIS – Forum am 29./30. April 2014 in Dresden Sustainability & Interoperability of Open GEODATA Movement – Open Data & License Policy for Europe of Regions NNR-Special-Edition-2014 PROCEEDINGS – “GI2014-X-border-GI/GIS/GDI-FORUM” – DRESDEN ISSN 1801-6480 45 And, of course, finally the layers can be shown on the map: Fig. 4: Map visualization Authors Michal SREDL & Karel CHARVAT Czech Centre for Science and Society References http://erra.ccss.cz/ www.whatstheplan.eu Contact Michal SREDL, Czech Centre for Science and Socity, Radlicka 28, 150 00 Pragha 5, Czech Republic

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