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Implementation of INSPIRE in Navarre


Main Author: TRACASA
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Description: - Organizational level The organizational model provided by SITNA is very effective because information flows and developments are shared and reused, being each player responsible of their data. The system makes available all information to society in general through the IDENA catalogue and services, accessible via the SITNA Geoportal . In some ways, we could consider this model as a specific, small scale, solution for solving many of the problems raised by INSPIRE implementation. - INSPIRE level: Navarre has been involved in the deployment of INSPIRE as SDIC, answering the call of JRC to the advanced regions in the development of INSPIRE and participating in two TWG (Soil and Land Use), testing specifications of several themes (addresses, protected places, soil and land cover and use), which has been decisive for a right and better understanding of the specifications. Especially important has been the participation of Navarre (Government and Tracasa) in different European projects related to INSPIRE: GRISI, Cross SIS, EURADIN, NatureSDI plus, Plan4all, HLanData, Briseide and smeSpire. The last one, smeSpire is currently running in the sense of evaluating and reinforcing the participation of SMEs in the development and implementation of INSPIRE Directive. It is important because it try to fill the gaps in training and networking that enterprises could have for benefiting from INSPIRE, enhancing as well their capacity building and offering new opportunities to SMEs. It has been also a key aspect the participation and active presence in all forums Inspire, for been aware about the roadmap and what is expected from the Member States. • Other activity carried out has been the creation of working groups for each theme coordinated with national clusters. • Organization of different training sessions for responsible of the different themes in Navarre explaining about INSPIRE and guiding them in the understanding of data specifications. • Dissemination of INSPIRE at the policy maker level, explaining the Directive and why is important for the policies at regional level. All this activities show the result to set up initiatives in the organizations for reinforcing the importance of INSPIRE implementation
Keywords: INSPIRE, working groups, coordination, data owner,information flow
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Added on: 03/02/2014
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Classification
Geospatial Activities
Advising, educating, researching, communicating about processes, use of geo-information products
Processing, editing, modelling, analyzing and managing geodata
Measuring, collecting and storing geodata
Presenting, producing and distributing geodata
INSPIRE and SDI Related Activities
Metadata
Protected sites
Natural risk zones
Elevation
Atmospheric conditions
Land cover
Meteorological geographical features
Orthoimagery
Bio-geographical regions
Geology
Habitats and biotopes
Statistical units
Species distribution
Buildings
Energy resources
Soil
Mineral resources
Land use
Human health and safety
Geographical names
Utility and governmental services
Administrative units
Environmental monitoring facilities
Addresses
Production and industrial facilities
Cadastral parcels
Agricultural and aquaculture facilities
Transport networks
Population distribution — demography
Hydrography
Area management/restriction/regulation zones and reporting units
Datasets
Land cover
Meteorological geographical features
Orthoimagery
Bio-geographical regions
Geology
Habitats and biotopes
Statistical units
Species distribution
Buildings
Energy resources
Soil
Mineral resources
Land use
Human health and safety
Utility and governmental services
Geographical names
Environmental monitoring facilities
Administrative units
Production and industrial facilities
Addresses
Cadastral parcels
Agricultural and aquaculture facilities
Transport networks
Population distribution — demography
Hydrography
Area management/restriction/regulation zones and reporting units
Protected sites
Natural risk zones
Elevation
Atmospheric conditions
Spatial Data Services
Network Services
View
Discovery
Download
Data and Service Sharing
Monitoring and Reporting
SDI Reference Model Components
Data
Phases of an SDI
Concept and Design
Implementation
Validation
Standards Implemented
EN-ISO 191XX
OGC
EU Initiatives
HLanData
BRISEIDE
Hlandata
INSPIRE
GMES
smeSpire
Nature-SDI plus
HABITATS
Plan4all
European Location Framework (ELF)
GeosmartCity
Practice Development Metadata
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