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How do you tackle a thorough reform of an existing national data model? Case of Utility Networks in the Netherlands

Paul Janssen

(Submission #137)


In the Netherlands the INSPIRE obligation to provide data for utility networks was taken as an opportunity to upgrade an image based data portal on utility networks to a data centered portal. How do you tackle such a thorough reform of an existing national data model? What should you think about? What are the do's and don'ts? Why does it take so long? What are the consequences for the organizations that have to adapt? You’ll hear everything about it in this session.


Topic Area:  [1.14] Utility and asset management – in both public and private sector
Abstract Type:  Oral Presentation

Additional Fields

Academic:   No
Data Provider:   No
Data User:   Yes
INSPIRE Implementer (IT):   Yes
INSPIRE newbies:   No
Policy Officers:   No
Public Administration (MS/Regional/Local):   No
Thematic specialists:   Yes
Comments:   This presentation will be part of a larger session called: When INSPIRE goes underground // The underground scene: subsurface INSPIRE applications.

This specific part might be 5 or 15 minutes. To be considered by the overall session planning

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