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Spatial data infrastructure for the cross-border region CentropeFollow-up project

Centrope MAP

Part III

On behalf of the Planungsgemeinschaft Ost (PGO), Vienna, 2005

DI Manfred Schrenk & Mag. Timo von Wirth – Vienna

Agenda Workshop I
  • 10:00
  • Welcome Keynotes:
  • DI Walter Pozarek, PGO – DI Manfred Schrenk,
  • 10:15
  • Short introduction round („who is who“) - First comments on the project background
  • 10:20
  • Presentation 1: Follow-up project CENTROPE MAP

First results, technical issues, WMS service exchange, further common steps

DI Manfred Schrenk & Mag. Timo von Wirth, MULTIMEDIAPLAN.AT

  • 10:50
  • Discussion session, Project Comments


  • Presentation 2: The webportal by the Austrian federal states

DI Thomas Zalka, Burgenland GIS

Agenda Workshop I
  • 11:30
  • Presentation 3: WMS services of Jihomoravsky kraj [CZ]
  • Ing. Roman Vrba, Jihomoravsky kraj
  • 12:00
  • Discussion round – WMS service exchange
  • 12:15
  • Break
  • 12:45
  • Presentation 4: WMS services of the SAZP, Bratislava, [SK]

Ing. Martin Tuchyna


  • Discussion and Conclusions


  • End of workshop
  • Background/ Motivation
  • Project steps
  • Technical aspects
  • Outlook/ Perspectives
Centrope Region – Characteristics I
  • Cross border region with enormous economic development potential, Centrope within Top 5 of dynamic European regions
  • Common planning and common cross-border information exchange will increase
  • Common cross-border project development and the need for a consistent spatial data basis are essential
  • Digital Spatial data infrastructure is seen as crucial location factor and planning basis
Centrope Region – Characteristics II
  • „European Region Centrope“ comprises of:
    • Jihomoravsky(South Moravia) and Jihocesky (South Bohemia)[CZ]
    • The districts (Kraje) Bratislavsky and Trnavsky[SK]
    • The Komitate (Megyek) Moson-Györ-Sopron and Vas[HU]
    • The „Vienna Region“ including the Austrian states Burgenland, Lower Austria and Vienna[AT]
  • Definition should not be seen as strictly limited to this borders in longterm, as further regions stated interest in cooperations.
Overall project goals
  • Build / Improve „(Geo-) information infrastructure“
  • Public sector information basis for stronger cooperation within the cross-border region CENTROPE
  • In terms of regional developement, planning, improved location competitiveness and quality of life
  • Ensure a prosperous common future developement
  • Positive contribution to „Building a sustainable European region“
  • Major task of Centrope_Map is to make geoinformation infrastructure sustainably accessible
Work packages Project phase III
  • Further extension of spatial data sources
    • Consulting on external purchase of „Centrope“ Satelite image
  • Integration and harmonisation of further spatial data
    • Corine Land Cover data 2000 for Austria
    • Macon data update for Czech republic, Slovakia and Hungary
    • Teleatlas street data for Burgenland and Lower Austria
    • a.o.
  • Integration of further statistical data as accessible
  • Development and Implementation of a Web Map Server and Client Solution for displaying of OGC WMS services
  • Consulting and communication on regionwide data exchange mechanisms
  • Increasing cross-border cooperation and communication on spatial planning data issues (workshops, information dissemination)
Dual project approach Project phase III

Centrope data collection - PGO

Data integrated

in PGO WMS service

Original geodata on DVD







Map image

data in client

Original geodata with use limitations












Centrally stored original data

Distributed Server data

Background/ Motivation
  • Project steps
  • Technical aspects
  • Outlook/ Perspectives
Centrope MAP – Data DVD
  • Full release Nr. 3.0 will be published end of first half 2005 and will then include:
  • Corine Land Cover 2000 Data for AT, CZ, SK and HU in full coverage
  • with up to 44 single land use classes
  • Update of Macon data for CZ, SK and HU (Admin., Code, Name changes)
  • Teleatlas street data for Burgenland
  • Updated Highway file for Austria provided by Noegis
  • Centrope region Satelite image – Landsat ETM, 15m resolution
  • (to be integrated ~ 20th June)
  • Corine land cover 2000 (CLC2000) is essential part of the European Commission programme to COoRdinate INformation on the Environment (CORINE).
  • All vector features digitised from an interpretation of satellite images (IMAGE2000 project) of the scale 1:100 000. 150 m positional accuracy (according to CLC specifications)
  • CLC2000 data is available for 3 levels of detail. Level3 comprises of 44 classes such as: Natural grasslands, Mixed forest, Airports, Road and rail networks and associated land, Continuous urban fabric, a.o. (Source: EEA)
  • Full vector coverage now for all 4 Centrope coutries. Austrian data is fully integrated.
  • Data can be overlayed with all other Centrope spatial information
  • Free data access to raw data (.shp/.dbf) for registered expert customers and non-commercial use
Background/ Motivation
  • Project steps
  • Technical aspects
  • Outlook/ Perspectives
Web Map Services
  • System independent use of geo data is often not possible due to incompatible data and software project formats
  • Large amount of working steps for data conversion, integration and reproduction of data
  • No adequate method of updating stored data from other institutions.
  • Web-Map-Service-Specification (WMS-Specification) by Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
  • Standards and procedures for the use of distributed spatial data from distributed data sources over the internet
  • Generate maps with the exchange of shared services from different sources and different software systems
  • Original vector data is not accessible and is updated by data owner on location.
Web Map Services
  • Spatially referrenced maps, dynamically generated from image files of the original data itself
  • OGC-compliant WMS fulfills the standards stated by the Open Geospatial Consortium and
  • guarantee „interoperability“: WMS can communicate and interact with different Server products as well as with different Viewing Clients to generate the map image
  • WMS – Requests
  • OGC-compliant WMS offer three core functions/ requests
  • GetCapabilities
  • GetMap
  • GetFeatureInfo
GetCapabilities Request

The core „functions“ and „capabilities“ of the addressed WMS Server are transferred and contain the Version of the related OGC Standard but also supported data formats, available layers, a.o.Information returns in form of a XML-Document to requesting user

  • GetMap Request

Is defined by WMS Client for map generation

Requests map content (layers) in specific style and spatial reference format from the different data source servers

Answer to the GetMap request = georeferenced Image file (png/jpg/tif)

  • GetFeatureInfo Request

Asks server for additional information on displayed map data

Answer to the GetFeatureInfo request = sending attribute data connected to displayed geodata set

Interoperability and Standards with online GIS:

Visualization: Open GIS Web Map Service (WMS)

Data access and attributes: Web Feature Service (WFS)

Data exchange: Geographic Markup Language (GML)

Data presentation and styles: Styled Layer Descriptor (SLD)

Metadata: ISO metadata standard 19115

Centrope MAP – Map Server Test data for external requests:

Background/ Motivation
  • Project steps
  • Technical aspects
  • Outlook/ Perspectives
Future Worksteps/ Modules
  • Intensify communication and exchange with all regions from four participating countries (planners and GIS/data experts)
  • Agreements on direct data exchange between regions as long as national/ European solutions are not found
  • Visualization of Metadata in Metadata Catalogue (Preview)
  • Comprehensive metadata describtion of current data
  • Establish monitoring system with permanent data collection according to defined indicator list
  • Connect to similar national and international WMS initiatives (e.g. Inspire,
Thank you for your attention!

DI Manfred SchrenkMag. Timo von Wirth

Baumgasse 28

A-1020 Wien

[email protected]

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