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  • Misalignments between coverages produced by different data providers (e.g. orthoimages)

    When combining raster georeferenced data (grid coverages) from different sources - e.g. two different data providers - using the same coordinate reference system, limits of corresponding pixels (coverage grid cells) may not match in x, y coordinates, i.e. maybe they are not properly ali...

    Tags: Orthoimagery, Geographical grids, interoperability, Elevation, cross-border, cross-cluster

  • Using of O&M standard into INSPIRE Data Specification

    The O&M standard provides a generic framework for the provision of measurement data, but are many ways of utilizing the core structures. In order to assure compatibility across thematic tailoring versions of the O&M standards, in INSIPRE a cross thematic Working Group has developed a docu...

    Tags: O&M, cross-cluster

  • Open Data policy

    Land Use and Land Cover information is needed for a lot of different purposes in public organisations and in the private sector. The objective of Open Data policy is for information to be collected in connection with its creation and to be used thereafter always when the information is ...

    Tags: open data policy, data sharing, cross-cluster

  • Examples INSPIRE EF services in other domains using O&M

    The INSPIRE EF theme is one of the INSPIRE themes making the strongest use of the O&M standard thus, several O&M concepts have been included in the data specification of theme EF. Several other INSPIRE Themes have have identified O&M as integrally relevant to their thematic domain ...

    Tags: services, O&M, EF, cross-cluster

  • Examples of use of EF data specification in specific environmental domain

    The thematic area covered by the INSPIRE spatial data theme Environmental Monitoring Facilities (EF) is cross-cutting to any thematic area dealing with the environment and the scope could reach from survey and sampling campaigns to satellites. The overall target of theme EF data specifica...

    Tags: EF, cross-cluster

  • Download services using ArcGIS for INSPIRE

    Hi everybody, I'm trying to publish download service for administrative units using ArcGIS for INSPIRE. The problem is that I can't do it completely because, while I edit the advanced service properties, it gives me the following message: [Service containing process crashed for '...

    Tags: ArcGIS, download service, cross-cluster

  • Management of persistent identifiers and temporal aspects

    INSPIRE requires unique and persistent identifiers and recommends to use http URI. In addition, INSPIRE models  deal with temporal aspects in order to enable incremental updates. Data providers meet many difficulties to meet these obligations and recommendations. Feel free to share i...

    Tags: unique identifier, temporal aspects, cross-cluster

  • Cross-border projects

    This discussion topic is dedicated to cross-border projects, which are of relevance to the INSPIRE Land Cover and Land Use community, and why not for others too. Pavel, could you start by telling us something about the SPATIAL project? What have you done there and how is your work related to t...

    Tags: Land cover, land use, cross-border, cross-cluster

  • Update of the INSPIRE Network model

    I have identified some issues with the INSPIRE Generic Network Model that should be taken into discussion in this thematic cluster. I have allready discussed them with Michael Lutz, Lars Wikstrøm and Paul Scarponicini, but I am adding them here to make sure they are taken into discuss...

    Tags: Linear referencing, network, cross-cluster

  • Layer naming

    We have been looking at the issue of Layer Names (described in section 11.1 of the data specification) and have identified two issues: 1. For GE.GeologicUnit there two recommended styles, for lithology and age. However, in a service, layer names have to be unique so should we use GE.GeologicUn...

    Tags: layers, layer names, styles, cross-cluster