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  1. NDR5 - 21 – 23 September 2004 The National Geo-data Repository of The Netherlands - DINO T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann

  2. This presentation • Introduction to the National Geo-data Repository of the Netherlands - DINO • Added Value to the Dutch Society of the NDR. • Lessons Learned • Future Developments T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  3. Mission The Netherlands Institute of Applied Geoscience TNO – National Geological Survey is the central geoscience institute in the Netherlands for information and research to promote the sustainable management and use of the subsurface and its natural resources T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  4. History of National Geo-Data Repositories T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  5. MinEZ General Public LNV VROM Private Sector V&W Public Services OCW A NDR For Whom ? Our Stakeholders & User Community T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  6. Area of Interest of the NDR T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  7. What is in the NDR?The Content T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  8. NDR Data Supplier & UserOil and Gas Industry T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  9. NDR Data Supplier & UserBuilding & Construction Industry T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  10. NDR Data Supplier & User Water Management Services T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  11. NDR Data Supplier & User Salt Mining Industry T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  12. National Geo-data Repository of the Netherlands – DINOFounding Principles & Concepts in 1997 • Contain all Geo-data and Information of the Subsurface of the Netherlands. DINO is designed to store some 225 geoscientific data types • “One-stop-shop” easy access at marginal cost for all users • Based on Internet technology, GIS and an integrated database. T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  13. National Geo-data Repository of the Netherlands – DINO Rationale & Philosophy • Based on the “Freedom of Information Act” US 1996 • All data obtained by public funding should be made easy accessible to the Dutch citizens at marginal costs. • By Law the Dutch State is obliged to manage and archive data & information of the subsurface of the Netherlands • Released data & information will stimulate economic activities and hence generate additional tax income T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  14. DINO and external applications for geo-data analysis T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  15. Login T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  16. Added Value to Society of the Geo-Information Function T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  17. Value Analysis Method • Statistics on the Actual usage of the NDR - DINOShop • Value of the subsurface to the society • Balance of annual investment of the information function against the accumulated value of geo-data • Cost benefit analysis (GNP) • Value added approach T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  18. 1. Usage DINOShop: 2003 versus 2004 T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  19. 1. Usage DINOShop: 2003 versus 2004 T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  20. Revenues Groundwater Oil, gas Construction material Use of the subsurface space Costs repair and limiting risks subsidence coastal erosion and flooding Decontamination of soil pollution 2 12 1 1 16 1.6 1.4 0.4 3.4 Total 12.4 2. Economic value of the subsurfaceto the Netherlands(Gross Turn-over in EUR billions per annum = 10*9€/yr) T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  21. Technology development for the information function Information function (DINO) 2.105 13.126 TOTAL 15.231 3. NDR- DINO Public Funding in 2003(Costs in EUR millions per annum = 10*6€/yr) T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  22. Accumulated value (paid largely by society due to tax deductibility of acquiring geo-data and as part of projects financed by government) of which 80% related to E&P 20 3. Accumulated replacement value of acquired geo-data of the subsurface(in EUR billions = 10*9€/yr) Total Note: The annual governmental investment in Geo-scientific information (15 million) is 0.1 % of the value of the managed data & information resources (20 billion) T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  23. 4. Cost benefit analysis Benefits • Savings in necessary geo-data acquisition plan • Savings on project’s geo-related costs such as foundation or dike work • Time gained on a projects • Those who use geo-data benefit from the improvement in the success rate achieved by exploration activities • Better decision making T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  24. 5. Value added Approach (conform BGS) T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  25. Success factors of DINO • DINO is the central desk where ministries, water boards, consulting companies, universities and private persons can acquire geo-scientific data and information. • With the ‘one-stop-shop’ public knowledge infrastructure becomes simpler and more transparent. DINOloket has a Large multi- disciplinary user community. • Enable Multi functional Spatial Planning of the subsurface of the Netherlands by using integrated geo-data and information T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  26. Lessons Learned • Building a NDR is one, but populating it with data is an other challenge! • Commercial solutions prove to be: • Incomplete or Over complete • Source code is not open • Expensive (money/time) customization • High maintenance fees • Locked into vendor applications • Legal framework is essential • Its not only quantity but for most quality, completeness and aerial coverage • Data management is also a cultural issue T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  27. Future Developments • Continue Data Loading & extend Data types • Development of a Mining Law Portal for the MEA advisors (MinEZ, SodM, EBN, DOC) • Obtain the national status of Authentic Registration- AR (Basic Registry) • The NDR for European Directives concerning Water, Soil and Energy • NDR cross border Europe will be linked in the EU INSPIRE program resulting in an European Data Repository. T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004

  28. Thanks for your attention See you at the next NDR6in The Netherlands? T.T. Kuipers / M.R.H.E. Peersmann NDR5 Washington sept 2004