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The Plan4all geoportal provides the means to search for spatial data sets and spatial data services with regard to spatial planning. It allows the user to view and download spatial data sets (subject to access restrictions) and related metadata.

This version is a prototype Plan4all geoportal and allows discovery and viewing of spatial data sets and services. The prototype Plan4all geoportal currently accesses a limited number of discovery and view services.

Collaboration area: Networking with the stakeholders, data providers

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Czech Association for Geoinformation (CAGI)

http://inspire.jrc.ec.eur opa.eu/index.cfm/pag eid/42/list/7/id/7097

CAGI is a non-profit professional national umbrella organization active continuously in Geoinformatics. Its mission is:

  • To monitore, disseminate, iniciate, promote, and develop progressive methods, tools and organisational processess in NSDI to get an effective production and re-use of metainformation in all level GIS in the Czech Republic.
  • To get the geodata and geoinformation more accessible, in better and clear quality.
  • To develop the GI market, to share expertize and special knowledge internationally.

CAGI playes a key role in the Czech society as a permanent monitoring body, associating GI professionals, evaluating the quality of geodata production, GI technology and services usage and active and strong disseminative and edificative stakeholder.

Collaboration area: network of stakeholders including local and regional authorities

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Networking and Cooperation among Subjects in Geoinformatics (GeoInfoNet)


The project Networking and Cooperation among Subjects in Geoinformatics (GeoInfoNET) is supported by the Education for Competitiveness Operational Programme, under the priority axis Tertiary Education, Research and Development and in the areas of support Partnerships and Network.

The project is focused on cooperation among the parties interested in the education, research, development and the application of geoinformatics (GI). Geoinformatics, as a young application field, is going through a development and it is infiltrating into many fields of human activity. There has been a development of knowledge, but there has been no sharing of it.

The subject of the project is the strengthening of the partnership and cooperation among partner institutions. During the project, the cooperating subjects are going to create a network GeoInfoNET dealing with all areas of geoinformatics. It will increase the mutual awareness of educational, research and application activities. It will also enhance cooperation with the joint solving of tasks and the organizing of the events to share the latest knowledge.

Collaboration area: networking, dissemination of results

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BRISEIDE is a ICT Policy Support Programme project within EU's Competitiveness and Innovation FrameWork Programme.

The ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) under the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) aims at stimulating innovation and competitiveness through the wider uptake and best use of ICT by citizens, governments and businesses, particularly Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. The approach is based on leveraging innovation in response to growing societal demands.

Collaboration area: Exploitation of results

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German Umbrella Organisation for Geoinformation (DDGI)


The DDGI – Deutscher Dachverband für Geoinformation e.V. is a non-profit organisation. Its aim is to emphasise and raise the public awareness of the significance of geoinformation. It enforces the geoinformation industry with the help of political lobbying and names the issues leading to a strengthening of geoinformation both in the respective federal state and at federal level. Thus, offers, accessibility, and usability of geodata in all relevant bodies shall be optimised and the economic benefit shall be realised. The quality model initiated by the DDGI for geodata (PAS 1071) deliberately draws the attention to the quality of the data. The organisation works internationally. On the European level, the DDGI e. V. represents the German interests within the European Umbrella Organisation for Geographic Information (EUROGI) and is accredited by the European Commission as lobbying association.

Collaboration area: network of stakeholders including local and regional authorities

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E.L.F. – European Location Framework (Eurogeographics)


The E.L.F is a technical infrastructure which delivers authorative, interoperable, cross-border geospatial reference data for analysing and understanding information connected to places and features.

Collaboration area: Mapping Agencies and Cadastral Agencies are collaborating to create services around Europe

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The HLANDATA project, led by the Government of Navarre and TRACASA, aims to demonstrate the feasible European level harmonization of the Land Use and Land Cover datasets taking into account both the data categorization and the data models, for any of their possible uses and users, through the development of user-oriented value-added services.

Land Cover is referred to the physical, chemical, ecological or biological categorization of the earth surface. Land Use is referred to the categorization of the territory based on its current and future planned socio-economic purpose. Land Use and Land Cover are amongst the most important geographic information themes today.

This project is fully aligned with the INSPIRE European Directive (Land Use and Land Cover themes are included in its annexes II and III) and it follows the line of the European Directive 003/98/EC on the reuse of public sector information.

Collaboration area: exploitation of results

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The i-SCOPE project plans to develop and test technologies for the so-called smart cities services based on interoperable 3D Urban Information Models (UIM). Indeed, the latest generation of UIM, created from accurate urban-scale geospatial information, can be used to create smart web services based on geometric, semantic, morphological and structural information at urban scale level, which can be used by local governments.

i-SCOPE aims at providing a significant contribution to standards in the domain of smart city services, through contribution to the extension and wider adoption of CityGML as a key enabling open standard for 3D smart city services. Moreover, i-SCOPE will deliver an open platform on top of which to develop three smart city services.

Collaboration area: exploitation of results, networking, technology, exchange of experiences

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Humboldt contributes to the implementation of a European Spatial Data Infrastructure (ESDI) that integrates the diversity of spatial data available for a multitude of European organisations. It is the aim to manage and advance important parts of the implementation process of this ESDI.

The main goal of the Humboldt project is to enable organisations to document, publish and harmonise their spatial information. The software tools and processes created will demonstrate the feasibility and benefits of an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe as planned by the INSPIRE initiative, meeting the goals of Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES).

Collaboration area: exploitation of results, networking, technology, exchange of experiences

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DHP – Data Harmonisation Panel


The data harmonisation panel has been established with the goal of supporting the international community of experts and organisations that have to deal with spatial data harmonisation by disseminating, exploiting and advancing harmonisation methods and technologies such as the HUMBOLDT Tools and Services.

Collaboration area: networking, exchange of experiences

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The urbanAPI – Information and Communication Technology (ICT) project will provide urban planners with the tools needed to actively analyse, plan and manage the urban environment.

Collaboration area: contacts to the stakeholders, information exchange

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