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INSPIRE Directive What’s up?. EC INSPIRE TEAM Joint Research Centre - Directorate-General Environment – EUROSTAT beatrice.eiselt@ec.europa.eu European Commission EUROSTAT E4. Overview. INSPIRE basics INSPIRE state of the art INSPIRE and STATISTICS Implementing INSPIRE

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    1. INSPIRE Directive What’s up? EC INSPIRE TEAM Joint Research Centre - Directorate-General Environment – EUROSTAT beatrice.eiselt@ec.europa.eu European Commission EUROSTATE4

    2. Overview • INSPIRE basics • INSPIRE state of the art • INSPIRE and STATISTICS • Implementing INSPIRE • Contact information

    3. Where can I find……comparable geographic information for distinct administrative areas? Challenge: identify, access and use geographic information • fragmentation • gaps in availability, duplication • data policy restrictions / pricing policies • lack of data harmonisation: standards, quality • lack of infrastructure • better coordination needed

    4. Reference system 1 : ETRS89 Reference system 2 : Clarke 80 Reference systems not harmonized

    5. Data inconsistency across borders Different road networks density or different classifications?!

    6. Data inconsistency across borders Administrative boundaries are not matching

    7. Sharing of spatial data sets and servicesneeds to be improved!

    8. INSPIRE Principles • maintain data at the most effective level; • share between all levels; • combine seamlessly spatial data from different sources; • use conditions not restrict extensive use; • discover, evaluate, use data.

    9. INSPIRE: INfrastructure for SPatial InfoRmation in Europe • INSPIRE geo-portal • A network where you can search, view, download data sets, access to other services (transformation, invoke) • Technical harmonisation and organisational aspects

    10. EU Geoportal= Central Access Point • Provides access to the Member States INSPIRE services • Operated by the EC Operational version: 30-Nov-2010

    11. INSPIRE is a Framework Directive • INSPIRE Directive • sets theframe • INSPIRE geo-portal • coordination • requests implementing rules • Implementing rules: amend non essential elements, • provide (technical) details Metadata Data structure Network services Monitoring and reporting Data and service sharing with EU

    12. When does INSPIRE Directive apply? • Data and services • Spatial data held by or on behalf of a public authority • Data sets and services specified by the Directive (Annex I, II, III) • Use (for public authorities) • Policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment.

    13. Text of Directive Reference materials Requirements Drafting of IR Draft IR Testing of draft IR Guidelines Manage evolution of IRs Stakeholders (SDICs, LMOs): Reference material Experts Projects Guidelines Stakeholder consultation Commission Regulation Regulatory process Commission inter-service consultation Implementing Rules development cycle: a participatory approach

    14. SDIC/LMO • Office for National Statistics – UK • Czech Statistical Office • Spatial Data Infrastructure for Statistics: NSI’s of Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark • Statistics Denmark • Statistics Austria • KOSIS-Verbund (Kommunales Statistisches Informationssystem) Germany • Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic • …

    15. Data specifications and statistics Examples of themes of interest to statistics: • Statistical units (Annex III) • Human health and safety (Annex III) • Population distribution – demography (An. III) • http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/reports/ImplementingRules/DataSpecifications/D2.3_Definition_of_Annex_Themes_and_scope_v3.0.pdf

    16. Statistical units Units for dissemination or use of statistical information:  areas, lines, points Sub-grouping of administrative units • official administrative units • government management zones • blocks, census and statistical districts • civil security units • environmental reporting and management units • postal codes/ regions  No thematic information

    17. Human health and safety Geographical distribution of dominance of pathologies, information indicating the effect on health or well-being of humans linked directly or indirectly to the quality of the environment. Description • distribution of diseases, health & safety qualities • causes and elements affecting health • wellbeing of humans • safety issues • health care services

    18. Population distribution – demography Geographical distribution of people, including population characteristics and activity levels, aggregated by grid, region, administrative unit or other analytical unit. Broad sub-themes: • population characteristics Tot. population, age, gender… • population/ human activity levels Resource exploitation, agricultural production

    19. INSPIRE Implementing rules • Metadata for discovery Commission Regulation No 2008/1205/EC of 3 December 2008 • Data specifications (Annexes I – III) • Annex I: for vote to Committee in December 2009 • Annex II and III: for vote to Committee in May 2012 • Network services • Discovery service, View service Voted by INSPIRE Committee, December 2008 • Download service, Transformation service: for vote to Committee in December 2009 • Invoke service: for vote to Committee in June 2012 • Data and service sharing Provision of data from Member States to the Community institutions and bodies Voted by INSPIRE Committee, June 2009 • Monitoring and reporting Commission Decision No 2009/443/EC of 5 June 2009

    20. INSPIRE: getting there • INSPIRE Directive Implementing rules Metadata Data structure Network services Monitoring and reporting Data and service sharing with EU

    21. Implementation of INSPIRE • 15-May-2010: Monitoring and reporting (first delivery) • 30-Nov-2010: Geo-portal at Community level • 03-Dec-2010: Metadata: Annex I and II • October 2011(2): Discovery and view services • June  2012(1): Transformation services • June 2012(1): Download services • June  2012(2): Spatial data sets: Annex I, new/restructured • 03-Dec-2013: Metadata: Annex III • January 2015(2): Spatial data sets:Annex II and III, new/restr. • June  2017(2): Spatial data sets: Annex I - all • 30-May-2019: Spatial data sets: Annex II and III – all 1   Date proposed by the commission 2   Date depending on entry into force of measure

    22. Contact us, get more information! • E-mail: ESTAT-INSPIRE@ec.europa.eu • INSPIRE Website http://www.ec-gis.org/inspire  For general public and stakeholders • Prototype INSPIRE geo-portal • http://www.inspire-geoportal.eu/ • Includes INSPIRE and ISO compliant on-line metadata editor … AND CONTRIBUTE! Your knowledge is valuable!

    23. http://www.ec-gis.org/inspireESTAT-INSPIRE@ec.europa.eu