Tag Archives: INSPIRE
Last Monday (8th April) was a momentous one for me. Not only was it my birthday, but I also celebrated the months of hard work that myself and other experts across Europe put into the development of the INSPIRE Annex II and III Data Specifications. The INSPIRE Annex II and II Data Specifications were unanimously agreed by the Member States, with only a couple of minor amendments being required for a few code lists. The translation of the Implementing Rule for Interoperability of spatial data sets and services can now be finalised and the Regulation will enter into force in the forthcoming months….
Our INSPIRE specialist Debbie Wilson’s popular workshop from the INSPIRE 2012 Conference in Turkey this year is now available to view online. During the workshop below Debbie takes you through the Download Services technical guidance, the key deadlines for providing access to your data, and explains the different options for interoperable Download Services – WFS and ATOM feeds….
Leaving the British Summer with its dark grey skies and heavy rain behind, the Snowflake team set off to the spectacular and sunny city of Istanbul, Turkey for the annual INSPIRE Conference. Check out our review and report from the Conference floor.
Sharing Practical Experiences At this year’s INSPIRE Conference 2012 held in Istanbul, Turkey, Richard Rombouts presented our experience working with Natural England to transform and publish their datasets to the INSPIRE Annex I theme. Over the last two years, INSPIRE Annex I data providers from across Europe have been working on harmonising their datasets to
We are proud to announce today at the INSPIRE Conference 2012 a strategic technology alliance with Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) specialist Epsilon Italia. This new Technology partnership not only compliments both our companies’ strengths in geospatial data and information management but also reinforces our commitment to enabling European organisations to achieve compliance with the EU INSPIRE Directive….
June 2012 represents another major milestone for INSPIRE Implementation. This is the month when Annex I and II data providers are expected to have set up their INSPIRE Download Services in initial operating capability. However, if you have not been able to do this yet, don’t panic as the European Commission only published the latest version of the INSPIRE Download Services Technical Guidance v3.0 on 12th June. But it is time to get started..
As the holiday season fast approaches, we’ve created a short quiz to help you get into the festivities. Do you know your Blitzen from your Vixen? Do you know your Michelangelo from your Leonardo? This is a just-for-fun quiz. Strictly no GML, no GIS, no INSPIRE and no Open Data. Merry Christmas and Happy New
Pardon the pun, but I just couldn’t resist trying to cram as many ‘Snow’ related jokes in as possible, seems fitting from a company called Snowflake Software. But I will resist. Promise. Snow in Southampton Last night we had our helping of the country’s latest Snow flurries. And whilst the snow has been making
BRAND NEW PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT Snowflake Software, Silver Sponsors at this week’s AGI GeoCommunity ’10 conference, has announced a brand new service for INSPIRE in the UK; starting with support for Annex I INSPIRE datasets. INSPIRE as a Service is a new offering from Snowflake to assist UK organisations in achieving INSPIRE compliance. Whilst the UK
We’ve released the next set of dates that make up our autumn training calendar, for September, October and November. You can choose a course to suit you, from our one day courses to our four day series. All the while earning valuable CPD points for your continued professional development. Choose from four different themed training