Spatineo Monitor is a web-based service-level monitoring and usage analytics tool specifically developed for Spatial Web Services by an independent third party. It can also help maintaining continuous Quality of Service.

Support to complex INSPIRE features in WFS 2.0

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 eENVplus Validation Service is an online tool for the validation of INSPIRE datasets.

It is freely accessible via web browser or via REST APIs.

It’s open source, built upon TEAM Engine, the official test harness used by the OGC compliance program (CITE), and the GML 3.2 (ISO 19136:2007) Conformance Test Suite, the free testing facility developed by OGC as part of the CITE.

It aims at giving the data providers a solid reference for the validation of their datasets against INSPIRE requirements.

The INSPIRE extension allows GeoServer to be compliant with the View Service and Download Service specifications put forth by the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) directive.

INSPIRE pre-defined Atom Download Service – Client for QGIS

Features:

  • Supports INSPIRE Atom Feeds (INSPIRE pre-defined Atom) (TG Chapter 5)
  • Supports multiple CRS, language, format combinations (TG Chapter 5.2)
  • Supports Multi-Part-Downloads (TG Chapter 5.2.4)
  • English User-Interface
  • Based on the Technical Guidance for the implementation of INSPIRE Download Services 3.0

The GMLAS driver (Application schema driver for GDAL) allows to read and write GML app schema from GDAL.

The driver is currently improved in the scope of the development of a QGIS App Schema plugin. The driver, however, can be used in any application having GDAL on board, such as stetl, Geoserver, talend-spatial, Fiona, FME, ArcMap, mapwindow

For a description of the Desktop version see https://inspire-reference.jrc.ec.europa.eu/tools/inspire-solution-pack-fme

The Server Version extends FME Server with the INSPIRE capabilities of the INSPIRE Solution Pack. The combination of this tools makes INSPIRE Workflows executable on FME Server and allows the user to schedule tasks, automatize the workflow and create powerful processes for automatic updates and validation of INSPIRE Data.