Be inspired by the ELF Project this May

Members of the ELF Project Consortium are participating in this year's INSPIRE Conference and Geospatial World Forum being held in Lisbon, Portugal from 25 to 29 May. They will be presenting on key topics, running a series of workshops and will be available to answer questions.  Follow us @ELFProjectEU on Twitter for all the latest updates.
Timetable of activities:
Workshops with participants from ELF Project

Leveraging INSPIRE SDI in e-government services: The Oskari Platform
Monday, 25 May 2015
15:00–17:30
Exhibition Hall (Hall 2)
INSPIRE – From compliance to maximizing use in an open innovation ecosystem
Tuesday, 26 May 2015
09:00–10:30
Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
Esri workshop featuring Clemens Portele from interactive instruments.
Supporting INSPIRE implementation: the Thematic Clusters for topographic and cadastral reference data
Thursday, 28 May 2015
13:30–15:00
Exhibition Hall (Hall 2)
NMCA experience regarding coordination between data producers: examples of technical solutions for data interoperability
Friday, 29 May 2015
09:00–10:30
Pavilion 3C
Presentations (Papers)

Oskari Platform - A Collaborative Effort towards Better Map Applications [Open Source]
Tuesday, 26 May
15:00-17:30
Exhibition Hall (Hall 2)
Timo Aarnio, National Land Survey, Finland
Converging Policies, Practices and Processes - from Local to European through Coordination [SDI]
Tuesday, 26 May
15:00-17:30
Pavilion 3B
Eva Pauknerova, Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping & Cadastre
Challenges and Potential Solutions to Implement Temporal Aspects in INSPIRE Specifications [INSPIRE Interoperability in Practice]
Tuesday, 26 May,
15:00-17:30
Pavilion 3A
Dominique Laurent, National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information, France
European Location Framework - Providing Platforms for Accessing INSPIRE Based Reference Data [SDI]
Wednesday, 27 May
09:00-10:30
Pavilion 3B
Antti Jakobsson, National Land Survey, Finland and Olaf Østensen, Norwegian Mapping Authority

Licensing for the European Location Framework (ELF) [SDI]
Wednesday, 27 May
09:00-10:30
Pavilion 3B
Jari Reini, National Land Survey, Finland
Using automated Geoprocessing to Synchronize INSPIRE Datasets across Platforms [From the INSPIRE Engine Room]
Wednesday, 27 May
09:00-10:30
Pavilion 3A
Clemens Portele, interactive instruments
Using INSPIRE data for cartographic purpose: the BaseMap experience [INSPIRE: European SDI Success Stories]
Wednesday, 27 May
15:00-17:30
Pavilion 3A
Anja Hopfstock, Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), Germany and Dominique Laurent, National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information (IGN), France

The European Location Framework (ELF), Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations and the INSPIRE Directive: Major Challenges and Lessons Learnt for Delivering Authoritative, Interoperable, Cross-Border Geospatial Reference Data for a European Coverage [Standards and Interoperability]
Thursday, 28 May
11:00-12:30
Pavilion 3B
Nathalie Delattre, National Geographic Institute, Belgium; Dominique Laurent, National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information, (IGN) France; and Anja Hopfstock Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), Germany
 

The Competitiveness & Innovation framework Programme (CIP) Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) Open Data and open access to scientific information (Project reference 325140)

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