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Join our INSPIRE GWF 2015 Workshop - the Thematic Clusters for topographic and cadastral reference data

The EuroGeographics INSPIRE KEN and the INSPIRE Thematic Clusters on Topographic and Cadastral Reference Data (TC #3 [EL, OI, RS, GG] & TC #6 [AU, AD, BU, CP, GN, HY, TN]) are organizing the following workshop in the next INSPIRE Conference - Geospatial World Forum 2015:

Supporting INSPIRE implementation: the Thematic Clusters for topographic and cadastral reference data

Description

The workshop will introduce the new initiative of the INSPIRE Thematic Clusters Collaboration Platform, developed to support INSPIRE implementation in the Members States (sharing of experiences and best practices regarding INSPIRE), as part of the Maintenance and Implementation Framework (MIF).

It will be focused on the Clusters concerned to data in the scope of Mapping and Cadastral Agencies (topographic and cadastral reference data).

The main goal will be to discuss with the audience (implementers, users, technical experts or any interested person) about selected relevant implementation issues in the scope of these clusters, with the view to get feedback and results on these topics:

Vector data

  • Flattening of data models.

  • How to make and deliver extensions of INSPIRE data models.

Raster data

  • Encoding of coverages.

  • WCS services.

Additional implementation topics (if time available)

  • Management of persistent identifiers and temporal aspects.

  • Handling of big features.

Dates

INSPIRE-GWF 2015

28th May 2015, 13:30 – 15:00 h.

Venue

Lisbon Congress Centre - Lisbon, Portugal

Registration

Conference registration


Join this Workshop with us!

We look forward to seeing you in the INSPIRE GWF 2015.

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