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Eleven years after the adoption of the INSPIRE Directive, the technological scenery is completely different. Mainstream ICT developments include (i) new lightweight data encoding formats, (ii) RESTful services, and (iii) event-based (asynchronous) architectures for dissemination of observation data. Newly adopted standards such as the OGC SensorThings API and Pub/Sub are established to address the user demand for simpler standard-based solutions. Those standards and technologies, combined, provide excellent opportunities for (i) the evolution and (ii) extension of INSPIRE beyond the environmental domain. Within this workshop we would like to address those challenges and focus on spatio-temporal observation data as a use case for INSPIRE. The challenges and proposed technical solutions are not only applicable to highly dynamic (near) real-time data streams but are also largely valid for ‘static’ geospatial data as well. That is why we see the O&M developments in INSPIRE as an early adopter of new technologies and standards.
Topic Area: [3.1] Making INSPIRE work in 2025 Abstract Type: Workshop
Academic: Yes Data Provider: Yes Data User: Yes INSPIRE Implementer (IT): Yes INSPIRE newbies: Yes Policy Officers: Yes Public Administration (MS/Regional/Local): Yes Thematic specialists: Yes Comments: SOS, Spatio-temporal data, SensorThings API, IoT
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