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INSPIRE and Social Empowerment for Environmental Sustainability Results from the HABITATS project

One more book I added to blog. This book describe, how Spatial Data Infrastructure can be used for regional development and environment protection. See the book https://www.researchgate.net/publication/266565005_INSPIRE_and_Social_Empowerment_for_Environmental_Sustainability_Results_from_the_HABITATS_project

And here is abstract:

The INSPIRE (INSPIRE, 2007) Directive represents perhaps the most ambitious attempt to date by the European Union to harmonize standards in the area of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). INSPIRE indeed addresses nearly every aspect of the representation of geographical and spatial information, namely maps and what is shown on them: how information is structured (data formats), how that information is described to facilitate external access (metadata), and finally how computer systems can select, retrieve, and display that information (SDI or Spatial Data Infrastructures). The potential impact of INSPIRE promised to be quite significant when the Directive was first approved in March 2007. So-called Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are in fact a fundamental tool for a range of uses with a strong pan-European dimension, such as environmental monitoring, spatial planning, and other activities with a strong policy and/or legal dimension. The situation leading up to INSPIRE, of severe issues of interoperability not only between EU Member States but also between different levels of administration for the same area, was severely hampering efforts to define coherent strategies in areas such as climate change management, trans-European transportation networks, and protection of endangered species.


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The overall ambition is to design, develop and introduce a platform that connects people to the information. Firstly with integrating principles of social media like Blog, Forum, design Science Shop that enable to connect users with developers and researchers. And secondly by integrating different types of demo applications, where developers and researchers will have a chance to cooperate, test different APIs for new solutions and also provide common experiments.

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Experimentation space on cloud including storage space.

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A library providing a foundation to build map GUI and extra components such as layer manager, permalink generating, styling of vector features, including OpenGIS® Web Map Service Interface Standard (WMS) layers to the map in a user friendly way.

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A tool for easy management, access control and publishing of vector based spatial data and their visualisations.

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Micka tool is a set of libraries and a web application for management and discovery of geospatial (meta)data.

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SensLog is an open sensor data management solution to receive, store, manage, analyse and publish sensor data.

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This is an extension of the geographic information system QGIS that enables to users create and edit layers and create map composition structures on local stations with a possibility to upload to the server.

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P4A DIH creators

The PlAn4all HUB is created in cooperation of 2 ENtities


Plan4all is a non-profit association sustaining and further enhancing results of multiple research and innovation projects in different specialisms. Such projects include spatial planning, transport, urban planning, environment, tourism and precision/autonomous farming.  Plan4all conducts research and experimental development and transfers results of such activities into practice.


Lesprojekt - služby s.r.o. is an innovative company with long-term experience with the implementation of research results into practice in the form of products and services. The company LESPROJEKT-SLUŽBY s.r.o. has a significant market position for more than 20 years and focuses primarily on business activities in the fields of environment, crisis management, forestry, agriculture and transport. The results of previous research activities are offered mainly in the form of services - eg SaaS (software as a service), PaaS (platform as a service) and IaaS (infrastructure as a service).




SmartAgriHubs is a € 20 million EU project under Horizon 2020 and brings together a consortium of more than 164 partners in the European agri-food sector. The project aims to realize the digitization of European agriculture by supporting an agricultural innovation ecosystem dedicated to excellence, sustainability and success.

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