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  1. EGDI-Scope: towards a European Geological data Infrastructure EGDI-scope team Full Consortium Meeting Vienna, 28th April 2014

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  3. Current status • Exchange and include discussion

  4. EGDI: Solutions for what? • EGDI supports challenges and policy development at EU level • Request from DG’s to provide pan-European geological data and derived information • EGDI supports sustainability of investments at EU and national levels • Continued accessibility to EU-project results (safeguard > 250 mlnprevious investments) • Increase visibility EGS partners • EGDI supports “principal supplier”-role for geological information at EU-level • Maximize added value at national level • Higher efficiency new EU-projects/ INSPIRE • accessibility Geological Data/ Information for different stakeholders (policy, industry, research) • Strengthening collaboration EGS partners and EU-institutions • EGDI pre-conditional for EGS Strategy towards a European Geological Service

  5. EGDI: Solutions for what? CHALLENGES FOR EUROPE • How to stimulate economic recovery and create jobs and growth? • How to secure energy and natural resources needed by citizens and industry? • How to secure clean water, sufficient food and a clean and healthy environment? • How to protect citizens against natural hazards and the consequences of climate change? • How to comply with global agreements and targets and maintain a solid position in a rapidly changing global playing field? • EUROPE 2020 Targets: • Increasing Employment • Increasing investment in R&D • Combatting Climate change and Increasing Energy Sustainability • Better Education • Fighting Poverty and social exclusion

  6. EGDI: Solutions for what? EU CHALLENGES REQUIRE EU ANSWERS • Zooming in on geological knowledge and data to support policy development and implementation: • Raw Materials Initiative • Thematic strategy on the prevention and recycling of waste • SET Plan (to establish an energy policy for Europe) • Soil thematic strategy • Blue Growth (maritime/marine) • Water Framework Directive • INSPIRE • etc.

  7. EGDI: Solutions for what? Strategic Research Agenda: Scope

  8. EGDI: Scope

  9. EGDI: Scope PanGeo, MINERALS4EU, EuroGeoSource, extended INSPIRE models…. Interpreted information Interpreted information OneGeology, EMODnet, … eEarth, Geo-Seas, INSPIRE, (metadata), EPOS

  10. EGDI: Scope Policy makers National end users Industry Academia EGDIuser groups General Public Resolution 4D/5D 3D Higher res. EU end users 1:1M Themes Country 1 Geology Minerals Hazards Ground-water Etc. Country 2 Country 3 Country 4 Country x Coverage

  11. European Geological Surveys

  12. Engaged stakeholders and programs

  13. Prioritizations datasets and use cases Stakeholders • Energy minerals / resources • Shale gas, oil shale, shale oil • Solid fuel minerals • Oil and gas • Gas hydrates • Non-Energy minerals / resources • Metals • Industrial minerals • Construction materials Themes Geology • Other natural resources • Freshwater • Soils • Seas and oceans • Other • Geothermal • CCS • Secondary raw materials and waste • Urban • Climate change • Aquifers • Ecosystems • Higher-res geological maps • 3D geology • Marine • Geochemistry • Radioactive waste • Land use Raw Materials Prioritisation Geohazards • Geohazards • Earthquakes • Volcanoes • Flooding • Subsidence • Landslides • Erosion • Mining • Geochemical: Radon, Mercury… Water Partners Soil

  14. Use cases

  15. Prioritizations datasets and use cases (INSPIRE) Extensions • INSPIRE + Use cases for thematic areas: • Geology • (OneGeologyEurope / EMODNet – forward) • Mineral resources • (Minerals4EU/ EuroGeoSource, Promine, EURare,…) • Geohazards/ ground instability • (Terrafirma, PanGeo, Doris, SubCoast, ….) • Soil/ Superficial deposits • (GEMAS, …) • Water resources INSPIRE ‘Voluntary’ INSPIRE

  16. EGDI architecture INSPIRE principles: The data are delivered at national level with web services (data providers responsibility) The data are processed “on-the-fly” by services The results are published in web portals or applications Web Portals / Apps European level Web Services Web Services Geological surveys Web Services National level Y… X… Z…

  17. EGDI architecture Need for a European repository: For performance and availability reasons For an easier implementation of processing services Need to have a mechanism to harvest national data and populate the European Database(s) => “Brokers” Web Portals / Apps European level European DB Web Services Web Services Geological surveys Web Services National level Y… X… Z…

  18. EGDI architecture Need to extract data to process them into GIS or 3D Modeling tools The results are stored in the European repository to be published Web Portals / Apps Publish Process GIS European DBs Results Extract Download Select 3D Web Services Web Services According to EGDI Rules Geological surveys Web Services EGDI Scientists computers Y… X… Z… In the future, to move step by step, GIS functionalities into EGDI as web services

  19. EGDI architecture Client layer European level EGDI Portal Thematic Portals Applications Mediation layer Depending on requirements and how to address them (at national or at European level) Catalogue Workflow management User management Portrayal services Processing services Access brokers Access layer National level Data services Sensor Web services Model Web services

  20. EGDI main components Client layer European level EGDI Portal Thematic Portals Applications Mediation layer Depending on requirements and how to address them (at national or at European level) Catalogue Portrayal services Processing services Access layer National level Data services

  21. EGDI architecture

  22. EGDI legal framework • Overview of legal and organisational barriers for the development of the EGDI • Licensing and data policy • Trust and authentication • Governance • Guidelines for legal and organisational framework

  23. EGDI legal framework • “legal requirements and conditions in order to ensure trust within the infrastructure” • What is trust? • Ensuring that people want to use the infrastructure • They have faith in the data and services that are provided • They are certain that their rights and interests are being safeguarded • Three (interlinked) areas • Trust in the data • Trust in the services • Trust in the people

  24. EGDI legal framework

  25. Licensing and policies • Overview of legal framework • PSI Directive • INSPIRE Directive • Re-use policy EU • Overview of 14 licensing policies/guidelines • Requirements for EGDI-scope license • Flexibility to tailor • User-friendliness • Suitable for PSI re-use • Free/at a charge • Interoperability • Machine-readability • Cost-effectiveness Open Government License (open data) GeoShared license (restricted data)

  26. ? EGDI: Governance • Advisory Board • JRC • EEA • EPOS • … General Assembly (Directors) “central” activities Executive Body (EGDI Director) • Support team • administrative • communication • Contact point • technical Contracts/ arrangements Survey Survey Expert Groups EGDI Activity (from annual WorkPlan) EGDI Activity (from annual WorkPlan) EGDI Activity (from annual WorkPlan) EGDI Activity (from annual WorkPlan) Survey SIEG MREG EOEG Survey Consultation (obliged/ bylaws) Survey Survey Survey Survey Survey Survey

  27. EuroGeoSurveys: towards a European Geological Service • How to jointly develop supporting knowledge on EU topics? • How to achieve interoperability of data, information and models on schematic, semantic and conceptual levels? • How to effectively support the European Commission with high level knowledge on a pan-European level? • How to secure mandates and durable funding? European Geological Service Joint research with impact at EU policy level Harmonizing and sharing pan-European geological data Sharing knowledge, capacities and infrastructure The Geological Surveys of Europe

  28. EGDI: How to organize? General Assembly EGDI management & decision making EGS management & decision making ExCom EGS Secretariat Secretary General Office (Staff & support) Internal organisation EGS Expert Groups Mineral Resources Energy Resources Water Resources Marine Geology Geochemistry Near-surface deposits Earth observation & geohazards Spatial information Research & knowledge exchange EGSource, ProMine, Minerals4EU, … EGSource, CO2…, Geothermal…. GeoSeas, EMODnet GEMAS PanGeo, SubCoast, TF, DORIS, .. OneGeology Model 1

  29. EGDI: How to organize? EGS management & decision making EGDI management & decision making General Assembly General Assembly ExCom Daily mgmt group EGDI EGDI Coordinator Technical Staff EGDI management, coordination, maintenance EGS Expert Groups Mineral Resources Energy Resources Water Resources Marine Geology Geochemistry Near-surface deposits Earth observation & geohazards Spatial information Research & knowledge exchange EGS Secretariat Secretary General Office (Staff & support) Internal organisation Model 2

  30. EGDI: How to organize? General Assembly EGS management & decision making ExCom EGS Expert Groups Mineral Resources Energy Resources Water Resources Marine Geology Geochemistry Near-surface deposits Earth observation & geohazards Spatial information Research & knowledge exchange EGS Secretariat Secretary General Office (Staff & support) Internal organisation EGDI EGDI Coordinator Technical Staff EGDI management, coordination, maintenance EU contacts Content Technology & data harmonization Model 3

  31. Towards ERANET and Article 185 • Report on governance structure (D5.3) • Overview of existing governance models • European Research Infrastructure (ERIC) • European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) • European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) • Non-Profit Organization (for example, VZW/ASBL under Belgian Law)

  32. Mature EGDI Roadmap EGDI Scope collate initiate scale up - Collate existing project results - Define fully developed EGDI - Surveys initiate projects for EGDI - Prioritisation process established - Exert influence (calls, programs) • - Full-fledged EGDI • - Thematically • In terms of scale and coverage • - Established European service products Development principle: quick wins first Development principle: achieve comprehensiveness - Governance established - Strategy established - Expert groups committed - Project funding - Sustained organisation - Adaptive governance - External organisations committed - Program funding - Build skeleton organisation - Vision, mission - (Key) surveys are committed - Own funding governance Governance principle: continuous dialogue with stakeholders (internal & external) - Reuse existing technology - EGDI architecture established - Adaptive technology technology Technology principles: reliability/performance first, comply to standards, state-of-the-art rather than cutting edge - Short term, 2014-2015 - Long term, >2018 - Medium term, 2015-2018

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  34. Thank you!