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Space for Geo-information (RGI): Connecting worlds!. Jacqueline Meerkerk Workshop SDI Assessments, Wageningen, 24 May 2007. Overview presentation. 1. What is RGI? 2. RGI & NSDI user demands 3. Conclusion . 1. What is RGI?. Lisbon Agenda for EU Investment in knowledge Economy:

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Space for geo information rgi connecting worlds

Space for Geo-information (RGI):Connecting worlds!

Jacqueline Meerkerk

Workshop SDI Assessments, Wageningen, 24 May 2007


Overview presentation

Overview presentation

1. What is RGI?

2. RGI & NSDI user demands

3. Conclusion


1 what is rgi

1. What is RGI?

  • Lisbon Agenda for EU

  • Investment in knowledge Economy:

    • New knowledge (more innovation)

    • Better flow of knowledge from universities to companies (shorter time to market)

  • Additional budget of 800 M Euro

  • Space for geo-information was funded (20 M Euro)!


  • Ambition

    Ambition

    Top R&D (internat.)

    Better services and citizen interaction

    Sound and efficient public administration

    Robust business

    Enhancement and innovation of the NSDI and the geo-knowledge community

    More innovation

    More

    demand

    orientation

    More coherence

    More flow

    of knowledge

    More awareness


    Role rgi catalyst for geo innovation

    Role RGI: Catalyst for geo-innovation

    • Flow of NSDI knowledge

    • NSDI Knowledge development

    • Catalyst for NSDI implementation


    Consortium

    Consortium


    Aspects of the program

    Aspects of the program

    • GI-science and GI-practice

    • 4 Knowledge themes (45 projects and 35 innovation pilots)

    • Total budget 40 M euro (20 M euro new money)

    • From 2004-2009

    • 250 participating organizations (20 international)

    • Similar to Geoide (Canada) en CRC-SI (Australia)


    E g public order and safety

    E.g.: Public order and safety

    • 3 projects and 7 innovation pilots

    • A few examples:

      • Mobile services for fire brigades

      • Spatial planning and risk management

      • Real-time data collection & emergency


    Experiences

    Experiences

    • NSDI is difficult to communicate

    • NSDI is BIG (and dynamic)

    • NSDI awareness is growing

    • Connecting user worlds is difficult but valuable (inspiration & anchoring)

    • “What’s the problem” syndrome

    • Challenge: reducing complexity!


    2 nsdi user demands users

    2. NSDI user demands - Users

    • Why do we need NSDI assessments results?

      • To communicate the benefits of NSDI

      • To make investment decisions

    • Who are potential users of NSDI assessments results?

      • Decision makers (decision making): “GI-Beraad”, GeoManagers, Industry

      • Lobby/ Policymakers (promoting & advise): Policymakers at the Ministries, RGI, GeoNovum, GeoMeeting…

      • Stakeholders in the world of Supply AND Demand


    Rgi nsdi assessments results

    RGI & NSDI assessments results

    • Value for RGI:

      • To strengthen the role of catalyst for implementation SDI

      • (To strengthen the scientific output of RGI )

    • Usability demands

      • Simple & Comprehensive (brochure?)

      • Illustration (what is SDI)?

      • Concrete facts

      • Good and Best practices!


    Rgi demands on results

    RGI & Demands on results

    • Qualitative, quantitative, monetary? Yes

      Special interest:

    • View on organization roles and their interests

    • Search for the common interest

    • Culture of decision making (Dutch “polder” culture)

    • Benchmarking


    Rgi indicators

    RGI & indicators

    Economic

    output

    Innovation

    output

    Scientific

    output

    Societal

    output

    - Concrete NSDI vision

    - % awareness

    • Sectoral SDI’s

    • Transparent business model

    • Use by industry/ # licencies

    • New user fields,e.g. health


    3 conclusions

    3. Conclusions

    • Users, suggestion: stakeholders in the world of Demand to convince the world of supply

    • Keep it simple

    • Focus on organization roles

    • It’s all about connecting worlds!

    • www.rgi.nl (digital newsletter SynRGI in English!)


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