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“Ci!- Cadastre iNSPIREd!”. Report on the status of the project. Contents. Motivation Purpose and scope Main tasks Questionnaire What happened so far Next steps. Motivation. EC started development of the INSPIRE data specifications for the themes of Annex II and III data themes

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ci cadastre inspired

“Ci!- Cadastre iNSPIREd!”

Report on the status of the project

contents
Contents
  • Motivation
  • Purpose and scope
  • Main tasks
  • Questionnaire
  • What happened so far
  • Next steps
motivation
Motivation
  • EC started development of the INSPIRE data specifications for the themes of Annex II and III data themes
  • Investigate INSPIRE themes of Annex II and III which are relevant for the Cadastre
    • e.g. Land cover, land use, buildings, etc.
  • Basic information (documents, papers,..) available
    • former report on the cadastral parcel in INSPIRE
    • information provided by the TWG on the cadastral parcel
  • Follow up of the “WG – CPI” (Cadastral parcel, Annex I)
    • Basic document for INSPIRE DT
  • Joint Working Group based on decision at the PCC meeting in Prague (June 2009) and by eurogeographics (CC of C&LR KEN in Paris, September 2009)
members of the working group ci cadastre inspired
Members of the Working Group “Ci!- Cadastre iNSPIREd!
  • Julius Ernst (chair) Austria
  • Amalia Velasco (Spain)
  • Pierette Fraisse (Belgium)
  • Ewa Wysocka (Poland)
  • Roger Ekman (Sweden)
  • Francis Kaell (Luxembourg)
  • Wilhelm Zeddies (Germany)
  • Arturo Angelini (Italy)
  • Pekka Halme (Finland)
  • Berny Kersten (Eurogeographics)
benefits purpose and scope of the project
Benefits, purpose and scope of the project
  • Cadastral parcel is an essential element in N(E)SDI
  • Cadastral experts to be involved in an early stage of the development of the data specifications
    • To influence the development of the INSPIRE data specifications of Annexes II and III in an early stage for the benefit of the members
  • INSPIRE Annex I: focus only on role of cadastral parcel, but
    • now we know the other themes of Annexes II and III
    • we know the methodology of the data specification
    • we already defined the data model for the cadastral parcel (Annex I)
  • Involve the EC (JRC)
    • provide results and Discuss the scope/content of the project directly
main tasks 1
Main tasks /1
  • Evaluation of the results of the former working group “WG-CPI”
    • surveys and final report as an input/starting point of the work
  • Screening (analysing) the INSPIRE themes in Annexes II and III and identification / prioritisation of the themes related to the cadastral information
    • Themes are part of the cadastral information and/or
    • are strongly connected to it
  • Analysis of the INSPIRE data specifications “D2.8.I.6 -INSPIRE Data Specification on Cadastral Parcels – Guidelines” -
main tasks 2
Main tasks /2
  • Survey in the EU- member states (and the other states dealing also with INSPIRE)
    • questionnaire in relation to the topics of the themes
    • also survey the connection of other themes of Annexes III and classification of the importance of the cadastral information to this themes
  • Discussion with relevant stakeholders: Danielle Rizzi (EC-Eurostat), Allessandro Annoni (EC-JRC), Hans Dufourmont (EC-GMES Bureau) and Chris Steenmans (EEA)
  • Cooperation with INSPIRE DT
  • Timeframe of the European Commission (INSPIRE- process)
  • Publish a final report
what happened so far
What happened so far
  • Kick off meeting in Gavle (Sweden): 9th December 2009
    • Work plan
  • Meeting of WG: 27th January 2010, in Vienna
  • Preparation of questionnaire (core team)
  • Sending out the questionnaire (16th April 2010)
    • Answers expected before 10th May 2010
  • Meeting of the working group: week 17 (27th – 28th April) in Mainz
    • Discuss first results of questionnaire, …
  • Reminder to countries without reply
the questionnaire
The questionnaire
  • Screening the INSPIRE themes in Annexes II and III
    • Identification / prioritisation of the themes related to the cadastral information
    • Identify the information the Cadastre can provide
  • two levels of relevance for the project were identified regarding themes in Annex II and III
    • Relevant themes:
    • Common information: investigate responsibility, accessibility availability for all other themes
  • Focus on land cover, land use, buildings
  • Orthoimagery
the questionnaire1
The questionnaire
  • Different sections
    • Relevance for cadastre (part of data set,..)
    • Technical part: Data format, data model, data capturing, ..
    • Buildings, orthoimagery
    • Accessibility to data (conditions, providing of data,..)
    • Other themes of Annex II and III
  • Technical section
    • Raster, vector
    • Topology, data type
    • Updating procedure
    • Life cycle, periodicity, scale of data capture
  • Use within cadastre
the questionnaire2
The questionnaire
  • Section “buildings”
    • Method of data capture
    • Terrestrial surveying, from aerial images, data quality
    • Responsibility for gathering and maintaining the information
    • Updating procedure
    • life cycle, coverage (%)
    • Information about ownership available ?
  • Orthoimagery
    • Purpose of use for cadastre
      • quality improvement, updating procedures, products
    • Scale, resolution,..
    • Life cycle of DOP (Digital Orthophotos)
first results
First results
  • Feedback is as good as expected
  • 29 answers 
  • 4 answers from EU- members are outstanding 
  • Additional answers and explanations : “comments”- column is used to explain, add,..
  • Thanks to all !
  • multiple answers necessary – depending on national situation
  • Careful elaboration is needed
  • Statistics, charts
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ISLAND

FINNLAND

Reykjavik

SCHWEDEN

NORWEGEN

Helsinki

Oslo

Tallin

Stockholm

ESTLAND

RUSSISCHE FÖDERATION

Riga

LETTLAND

DÄNEMARK

Moskau

LITAUEN

Kopenhagen

GROßBRITANNIEN UND NORDIRLAND

Vilnius

Belfast

Minsk

IRLAND

Dublin

WEISSRUSSLAND

NIEDERLANDE

Berlin

Amsterdam

Warschau

POLEN

London

DEUTSCHLAND

Brüssel

Kiew

BELGIEN

Prag

Luxemburg

TSCHECHISCHE REP.

GUERNSEY

UKRAINE

LUXEMBURG

JERSEY

Paris

SLOWAKEI

Wien

Bratislawa

MOLDAU

LIECHTENSTEIN

Budapest

ÖSTERREICH

Chisinau

Vaduz

Bern

UNGARN

SCHWEIZ

SLOWENIEN

FRANKREICH

Ljubljana

RUMÄNIEN

Zagrab

SERBIEN

KROATIEN

Belgrad

Bukarest

BOSNIEN-HERZEGOWINA

SAN MARINO

MONACO

Sarajewo

Monaco

San Marino

MONTENEGRO

BULGARIEN

KOSOVO

ANDORRA

Sofia

Podgorica

Andorra

Pristina

VATIKAN STADT

Skopje

Rom

MAZEDONIEN

Tirana

ITALIEN

ALBANIEN

Madrid

Ankara

SPANIEN

GRIECHENLAND

PORTUGAL

TÜRKEI

Lisabon

Athen

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MALTA

GIBRALTAR

Valletta

ZYPERN

Nikosia

first conclusion
First conclusion
  • Big variety (legal, technical) in Cadastre in Europe
  • depending on national situation multiple answers necessary
  • Careful elaboration / interpretation of the answers is needed
  • Contact / cooperation with INSPIRE- DT
  • Structure of the Final report to be defined
    • Statistics, charts,.. showing the situation in Europe
next steps
Next steps
  • Screening / analysing the results (mid June)
  • Midterm- Reports at
    • the EG- meeting in Brussels (28th May) and
    • at the PCC- meeting in Madrid (2nd June)
  • Complete evaluation of the answers: (June, July)
  • Drafting of the report: (Sept./Oct.)
  • Finalizing of the report: (Oct./Nov.)
  • Final report: 2nd Dec: PCC- Meeting in Brussels