INSPIRE Knowledge Base

GSC

Description
Organisation: 
GeoServiceCenter, Part Brandenburg (Germany)
Acronym: 
GSC
Details
Mission and Objectives: 
Setup of the Spatial Data Infrastructure (GDI) in the state of Brandenburg, Germany, in collaboration with the industry, science and research and in the context of GDI-Berlin/Brandenburg and GDI-DE (Germany)
Formal Mandate: 
Regional Government
Mandate: 
Construction, operation and recommend key components of spatial data infrastructure in the state of Brandenburg. Focal point for the GDI-DE
Activities: 
Monitoring of GDI projects, provision of core components of the GDI Berlin/Brandenburg, central point of contact for questions relating to public geographic information, implementation of INSPIRE in Brandenburg
Membership: 
Participants of Spatial Data Infrastructure in the state of Brandenburg, Germany; Ontact Point of the GDI-DE; EFRE testing office
Typology: 
Regional
PROPOSED ROLE IN INSPIRE DEVELOPMENT

Which role(s) do you foresee for the SDIC in INSPIRE development

  • submit reference material as input to the Drafting Teams
  • yes
  • register a project to test/revise/develop the draft Implementing Rules
  • yes
  • be kept informed
  • yes
    Geographic Domain
    Regional
    State of Brandenburg (Germany)
    Societal Sector
    regional/local government, public works, private sector
    Specific Expertise
    Previous Experience relevant for INSPIRE development
    - experience in the development of a Geoservice Application Profile (GAP) - experience in the development of a Metadata Profile of ISO 19115 and ISO 19119 - experience with the development of a WWW information system "Upper Surface Geothermal Energy" - experience in GDI establishment on organisational, legal, data and technological level - participation in cross-regional, national working groups
    Environmental application domains
    Monitoring Biodiversity, Monitoring Wetland, Monitoring Bathing water, Monitoring Water pollution, Monitoring Air pollution, Monitoring Soil pollution, Monitoring Waste, Climate change, Spatial Planning, Monitoring Urban sprawl, Fringe area development, Transport development, Urban development, Rural development, Water Resources Management, Vegetation Management, Soil resources Management, Mineral resources Management, Man-made Hazard Management, Hazardous waste Management, Drought Prevention and Management, Forest Fire Prevention and Management, Landslide Prevention and Management, Soil erosion Prevention and Management, Health Prevention and Management, Geology, Energy Management, Geothermic applications
    Primary Business
    Environmental Management, Agriculture, Transport, Surveying, Mapping, Photogrammetry