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Golden pineapple selection – We make INSPIRE work!

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Who presents the most inspiring application of INSPIRE this year? The organising committee of this years’ INSPIRE Conference has nominated six applications of INSPIRE to win a golden pineapple. You can help us decide!

The nominated presentations cover a wide range of applications. Which presented application inspires most? That is what we – together with the participants - will decide at the conference. In the plenary on Friday, the golden pineapple will be handed out.

You want a glimpse of the golden pineapple? You may have seen the video announcing the INSPIRE conference is coming to Antwerp in 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euCagwIho1A

In this video the pineapple is revealed…

The nominated presentations are:

18 September
9.00-10.30 – Gorilla 3 | Tools and Technologies track

Web-based Event Detection for Water Resource Management – Matthes Rieke (10.00 hours)

19 September 

9.00-10.30 – Okapi 3 | Smart Cities - Urban Agenda – Digital transition track

ECOCRAFT – building a better world by schoolchildren thanks to the INSPIRE standards – Maria Andrzejewska (9.30 hours)

20 September

14.00-15.30 – Okapi 3 | Energy & Location track

Demand characterization by INSPIRE-based EPC generation for energy urban planning toward the decarbonisation of buildings and districts – Gema Hernández Moral (14.15 hours)

16.00-17.30 – Okapi 2 | Environmental monitoring and reporting track

Streamlining Environmental reporting re-using INSPIRE: the case of the EU Registry of Industrial Sites – Jose Miguel Rubio Iglesias (16:45 hours)

21 September

9.00-10.30 – Gorilla 1 | International cooperation track

How can INSPIRE support building an Marine SDI in the Baltic Sea – Manuel Frias (9.00 hours)

9.00-10.30 – Gorilla 1 | International cooperation track

What geospatial information is needed for managing windfarm projects at sea and how are we going to organise that – Ellen Vos (9.15 hours)

 

 

Published Date: 
27/08/2018