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Vianova Systems Finland

Your competence partner in infrastrucutre ITC

Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

Standardization concerning Road Data Systems

Mika Stenmark

Project Manager



Vianova Systems Finland

Your competence partner in infrastrucutre ITC

Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

Vianova Systems Finland Oy



Ownership:


Employees 51 %


Turnover 3,5 M



Number of Employees 28


Market area Finland and Baltic Countries


Member of OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium)


Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

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Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

Standardization work concerning Road Data


ISO/TC211 (Technical Committee for Geographic Information)


INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe)


OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium)


LandXML


EuroRoadS


Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

ISO/TC211, Technical Committee for Geographic information in
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)



Objectives of ISO/TC221


To increase understanding and usage of geographic information


To increase the availability, access, integration and sharing of geographic
information


To promote the efficient, effective and economic use of digital geographic
information and associated hardware and software systems


To contribute to a unified approach to addressing global ecological and
humanitarian problems




Source ISO TC/211


http://www.isotc211.org


Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe)


An initiative launched by the European Commission and developed in
collaboration with Member States and accession countries


The INSPIRE directive entered into force in May 2007


Based on ISO TC/221 standard


Reason for this initiative was
fragmentation of datasets and sources, gaps
in availability, lack of harmonisation between datasets at different
geographical scales and duplication of information collection


Intends to trigger the creation of an European spatial information
infrastructure that delivers to the users integrated spatial information
services





Source: European Union Directive 2007/2/EC


http://www.ec
-
gis.org/inspire

Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium)


Provides Open GIS technical documentation for geographical data
interfaces and encoding


GML (Geographical Markup Language) is
an XML encoding for the
modeling, transport and storage of geographic information of geographic
features







Source: OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium)


http://www.opengeospatial.org


Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

LandXML


Developes an internationally widely approved and used LandXML
-
data
transfer specification


A standard way to transfer data in infrastructure
-
projects








Source: LandXML.org


http://www.landxml.org

Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

EuroRoadS



A pan
-
European Road Data Solution


A pilot project for implementing ISO/TC211 and TC204


TC204 is a standard for ITS (Intelligent Transportation System)


Follows the INSPIRE directive


Has developed specifications to enable a uniform and efficient data transfer
between:


producers of road data


providers of information


services for end users


Vision: All EU
-
nations would have EuroRoadS
-
compliant road databases until 2012



Source: EuroRoadS


http://www.euroroads.org


Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

Product Data Model based infra management process

Product data
model

Design

Construction


Infra management

Scope definition


Generally accepted product model
serves all infra
-
management,
design and construction
information needs


Same model evolves in different
infra development project phases.
Each phase might have its own
view to the model


Product model evolves from “End
Product Elements” to Building and
Production Elements in
construction and maintenance

Maintenance


Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

Benefits of using standards and product data modelling


Data is not anymore copied and converted between different phases in the
road life
-
cycle (design, construction, maintenace, intelligent traffic
systems ..)


Different operators (designers, constructors, authorities, …) in different
phases can use the same data


Provides a common platform for all operators in the infrastructure area


Provides a standard interface for software suppliers


Improves cooperation possibilities with mapping authorities and other
infrastructure authorities (railroad, water and sewer, etc)



Infrastructure Life Cycle Management

Case: Norwegian Road Data Bank (NRDB)


The most advanced national Road Data Bank in Europe


Nationwide (including municipalities, private roads)


Follows the proposed INSPIRE directive and ISO/TC 211 standards


A test site of EuroRoadS


Provides a standard data interface for all data users


Provides an open application programming interface for sofware vendors



NRDB has been carried out by Vianova Systems