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PLAN4ALL - SPATIAL PLANNING DATA HARMONIZATION ACCORDING TO THE INSPIRE DIRECTIVE

Citace:
SCHRENK, M., MILDORF, T., NEUSCHMID, J. PLAN4ALL - SPATIAL PLANNING DATA HARMONIZATION ACCORDING TO THE INSPIRE DIRECTIVE. Ostrava, 2011., ISBN: 978-80-248-2406-2,
Druh: Zaniklé typy
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: PLAN4ALL - SPATIAL PLANNING DATA HARMONIZATION ACCORDING TO THE INSPIRE DIRECTIVE
Rok vydání: 2011
Místo konání: Ostrava
Název zdroje: VŠB - Technická univerzita Ostrava
Autoři: Manfred Schrenk , Ing. Tomáš Mildorf , Julia Neuschmid
Abstrakt EN: Spatial planning acts between all levels of government so planners face important challenges in the development of territorial frameworks and concepts every day. Spatial planning systems, the legal situation and spatial planning data management are completely different and fragmented throughout Europe. Nevertheless, planning is a holistic activity. All tasks and processes must be solved comprehensively with input from various sources. It is necessary to make the inputs interoperable because it allows the user to search data, view them, download them and use them with help of IT technologies. The Plan4all project focuses on the interoperability and harmonisation of spatial planning data. Plan4all is a European project and co-financed by the eContentplus programme of the European Commission. The aims are to define common procedures, methods and standards for spatial planning data management and sharing, to support holistic planning, to support the development of a European network of public and private actors from different levels as well as Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI). Plan4all is based on existing best practices in European regions and municipalities and the results of current research projects. Plan4all focuses also on implementing the INSPIRE principles into the planning processes. Metadata profiles, data models and networking architecture are developed for seven selected themes from Annex II and III of the INSPIRE Directive. The Directive provides common mechanisms for data sharing. The Plan4all standards enable to publish and share spatial planning data from pilot regions on the Plan4all geoportal (http://www.plan4all.eu). The expected results include European forums for SDI in spatial planning, database of best practices and analysis of best practices in terms of organisation, sharing, harmonisation as well as SDI recommendations for spatial planning. The whole sector should profit from the availability of understandable and more transparent planning information across Europe.
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