Use of INSPIRE Data: past experiences and scenarios for the future
November 27 - November 28
Context and objectives of the workshop
The INSPIRE Directive aims at creating a European Union spatial data infrastructure for the purposes of EU policies or activities related to the environment. This vision theoretically refers to a large list of usages like policy-making across boundaries, research, and communication to the citizen. INSPIRE data refers to data that have been or will be published in this European data infrastructure. This vision is being targeted notably through specific data requirements which are seen as a necessary step to enhance reusability of data across European situations, respecting the diversity of physical geographies and of cultures.
Whereas the implementation of data service conforming to INSPIRE implementation rules is recognized to have positive impact regarding the general principles aiming to build the European Spatial Data Infrastructure and has brought significant progress on data discovery, there are lots of doubts regarding the benefits of interoperability. Until now, it seems there are very few users of the INSPIRE compliant data.
This workshop is co-organised by the EuroGeographics (INSPIRE Knowledge Exchange Network) and by EuroSDR (Commission 4 on information usage). It is open to the different communities –practitioners and scientists- who can contribute to achieve the INSPIRE vision. The attendance target of the workshop includes (but is not limited to):
- Data users (end users or software providers): to provide their feed-back about using INSPIRE data or investigating to use them. It includes potential users who may describe specific use cases for INSPIRE data.
- Data producers: to share their knowledge about who is using (or at least interested in using) the INSPIRE data they provide.
- Researchers: as current or potential users of INSPIRE data and as solution provider to remove the barriers that restrain use of INSPIRE data.
Deadline for registration – 31 October 2018!
The workshop venue and accommodation
The conference venue – Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre Hotel. Address: ul. Towarowa 2, Wola, 00-811 Warsaw, Poland
The special room prices have been agreed for the workshop attendees within the three hotels, that are located in the same buildings as the workshop venue. If interested to use the discounted room prices, please make your booking by choosing the hotel, filling one of the registration form below and sending it to the reservation desk as indicated in the reservation form:
- Golden Tulip Hotel****: reservation form (pdf), reservation form (doc)
- Hotel Campanile***: reservation form (pdf), reservation form (doc)
- Hotel Premiere Classe*: reservation form (pdf), reservation form (doc)
Saulius Urbanas, firstname.lastname@example.org, ph. +370 698 42812
Marcin Grudzien, Marcin.Grudzien@gugik.gov.pl, ph. + 48 22 532 25 30