Jun 9, 2014 -- Delegates attending next week’s INSPIRE Conference 2014 can catch up on all the latest news from the European Location Framework (ELF) Project.
Visitors to the joint EuroGeographics/ELF stand (number 6 in the exhibition hall) will be able to see demonstrations and speak to members of the project team. There will also be a series of presentations and workshops on a wide range of subjects including schema transformation, practical experiences of implementing INSPIRE and interoperability.
ELF Papers, Workshops and Presentations at the INSPIRE Conference 2014
Monday 16 June 2014
11:00 - Room 1 - INSPIRE scheme transformations in reality - experiences within NMCAs
14:00 - Room 3 - Central European perspective of bringing INSPIRE into practice (Czech-Polish cross-border pilot of the European Location Framework project)
Wednesday 18 June 2014
17:00 - Room 5 - Experiences with publishing INSPIRE data for use in apps (part of the Getting the Data session)
Friday 20 June 2014
09:30 - Room 2 - The ELF Platform - a necessary basis for good governance
09:45 - Room 2 - European Location Framework (ELF) - current status and future developments
10:00 - Room 2 - Tools needed for implementing interoperability - ELF geo tools for schema transformation, data quality validation, generalisation, edge-matching, visualisation, change detection, table joining and Geo Product Finder.
The European Location Framework is a technical infrastructure which delivers authoritative, interoperable, cross-border geospatial reference data die analysing and understanding information connected to places and features. It will take INSPIRE to the next level by providing the practical means for delivering operational cross-border and pan-European services.
The three-year project, which started in March 2013, is co-funded by the EC’s Competitiveness & Innovation framework Programme (CIP) Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP). The Consortium comprises mapping and cadastral authorities, application developers, SMEs, universities, EuroGeographics and the Open Geospatial Consortium.