EUPL

The Invasive Alien Species in Europe app enables the general public (amateurs and professionals) to receive and share information about Invasive Alien Species (IAS) in Europe. It provides details about 37 difference IAS that are considered to be of interest to the complete European Union. Users can record pictures of possible Invasive Alien Species together with complementary information about their observation.

The GeoDCAT-AP API is a proof-of-concept of the implementation of GeoDCAT-AP in an OGC CSW (Catalog Service for the Web), re-using the standard CSW interface, and supporting in addition HTTP content negotiation.

More precisely, GeoDCAT-API uses the standard CSW parameters outputSchema and outputFormat to determine, respectively, (a) the GeoDCAT-AP profile to be used (core or extended), and (b) the RDF serialisation to be returned.

This XSLT is a proof of concept for the implementation of the specification concerning the geospatial profile of DCAT-AP (GeoDCAT-AP), available on Joinup, the collaboration platform of the EU ISA2 Programmehttps://joinup.ec.europa.eu/release/geodcat-ap-working-drafts/

The process of building of the European Spatial Data Infrastructure based on the INSPIRE requirements and recommendations is now fully in its implementation phase. See the official INSPIRE Roadmap

This INSPIRE Interactive Data specification site offers INSPIRE data providers with all resources/tools related to the implementation of the INSPIRE data specifications.

 

The INSPIRE register federation is a distributed federation of registers related to the INSPIRE Directive.

The European Commission is operating a (central) registry providing common INSPIRE registers, e.g. to manage INSPIRE code lists or themes. Where Member States extend these code lists, they are obliged to make available the extended values in local registers. Such local registers can also support other use cases, e.g. the management of organisations in a country that have to implement INSPIRE, or thematic vocabularies, such as those provided by EU institutions and bodies.

The INSPIRE infrastructure involves a number of items, which require clear descriptions and the possibility to be referenced through unique identifiers. Examples for such items include INSPIRE themes, code lists, application schemas or discovery services. Registers provide a means to assign identifiers to items and their labels, definitions and descriptions (in different languages). The INSPIRE registry provides a central access point to a number of centrally managed INSPIRE registers.

The Re3gistry is a reusable open source solution for managing and sharing ‘reference codes’, ensuring concepts are correctly referenced in INSPIRE, or for content in any other sector.

Mohana (MOnitoring of HAbitats at the level of a NAtura 2000 site) is an app for management of Natura 2000 sites and protecting biodiversity. The app uses dynamic maps and user-generated content features.

The dashboard (DAOBS) is a tool to register, visualize and evaluate the level of INSPIRE conformance of a set of INSPIRE services of a country and/or organisation.

The dashboard is triggered by registering a CSW endpoint and/or a conformance evaluation report. The dashboard has an integration with Esdin Test Framework, so it can evaluate conformance of any registered service that is linked to from metadata in the CSW endpoint.

Oskari is an open source platform for browsing, sharing and analyzing of geographic information from distributed data sources.

Oskari is a tool for easily building multipurpose web mapping applications utilizing distributed Spatial Data Infrastructures like INSPIRE.