An Irish Spatial Asset Management Agency

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Control Point Ltd
Spatial Management


An Irish

Spatial Asset Management


Agency

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Bernard Farrell, Control Point Ltd

bernard@controlpoint.ie

www.controlpoint.ie

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Simple access to geospatial data is the key
prerequisite for an efficient and economically
prosperous society”


(Dr.
Željko

Bačić
, head of State Geodetic Authority of Croatia)

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International Initiatives


(I)SDI/INSPIRE


Principles


SAMA


Challenges


Future

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PSMA Australia
http://www.psma.com.au/



NORWAY DIGITAL
http://www.statkart.no/Norge_digitalt/Nors
k/Om_oss/


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PSMA Australia Limited


an unlisted public company limited
by shares and owned by the state, territory and Australian
governments


Established to coordinate the collection of fundamental
national geospatial datasets and to facilitate access to this
data


Started out as a government consortium, formed in 1993 to
create an integrated national digital base
-
map


PSMA Australia Limited was incorporated in June 2001



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Objective


The creation of a national asset of comprehensive,
quality and accessible spatial knowledge


Brings
together the supply and demand sides of the
market place, which stimulates the private sector and
ensures access by the public to geographical
information


PSMA Australia Limited is now a vital component of the
spatial information Industry in Australia

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A board of ten directors, each shareholder (government) can
appoint a director


Company run by a CEO, COO, and a small team


Governments licence their data to the company


PSMA Australia facilitates data integration and acts as a

wholesaler’to

the private sector


The company id’s datasets to be assembled, defines detailed
specifications for assembly and integration of the datasets


The assembly and maintenance of the datasets is outsourced
through competitive tendering to data managers

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Revenue is generated through data licensing of integrated
national datasets and data supply agreements


Revenue is used to maintain existing datasets and investigate
and assemble new national datasets


Government owned……but not government funded

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PSMA Australia vision is based on a desire to collaborate to
benefit all stakeholders


Small team of professionals, whose major challenges revolve
around relationships building and project management


Operations are generally outsourced to the private sector


Technical
-

this includes dataset assembly, software
development, product distribution, dataset management,
quality assurance, research and marketing


Management
-

includes HR management, finance, audit,
building leases, legal services and staff development


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Benefits


Data quality has been improved and passed back


Technical workshops have been undertaken and knowledge
shared


Technology diffusion has been accelerated


Software, systems and procedures acquired as a result of
creating national datasets have been made available


Royalties have been returned


Collaboration between states, territories and the
Commonwealth has been enhanced immeasurably

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PSMA Australia does not generally deal with end users but
rather with organisations that develop products and services
for end users through a process of value adding


PSMA Australia does not receive any government funding
and is required to ensure that its activities i.e. maintaining
existing national datasets and investigating and developing
new national datasets, are fully funded from data licensing
and data supply contracts.



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PSMA


This requires the organisation to define a data access and
pricing policy that sets the data price not to maximise
returns but to cover existing costs and projected future
activities whilst not imposing a barrier to access


In reality, PSMA Australia’s core business is the management
of relationships
-

relationships with data custodians,
relationships with data managers, relationships with value
added resellers and relationships with stakeholders


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Principles underpinning the Data Access and Pricing Policy are:


Simplicity of concept


Equality of access to all users


Logical structure


Dual pricing structure including access fees and licence fees


Supportive of existing revenues of individual member
jurisdictions


Non
-
exclusivity with respect to VAR agreements


Protection of IPR of jurisdictions, PSMA Australia and VARs

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Commercial reality brought a new set of issues to resolve:
licensing, pricing, restrictions, data supply, maintenance
and so forth


During the organisation’s establishment phase, these, and
a host of other issues were debated vigorously. Some of
these issues were:


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Jurisdictional sovereignty


Costs/price


Agreement content (nine Crown Solicitors had to agree!)


Standards


Definitions


Revenue sharing


Scope of operations, etc.

“It is a credit to all members that all issues were resolved
without dishonour or animosity”

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ADDRESSES

LAND PARCELS

TOPOGRAPHY

BOUNDARIES

POI

POSTCODE

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NORGE DIGITALT


SOSI


AREALIS


GEOVESKT


DIGITAL NORWAY (NORGE DIGITALT)

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SOSI (
Samordnet

Opplegg

for
Stedfestet

Informasjon

-

Systematic Organization of Spatial Information)


Data format predominantly used for exchange of
geographical information in Norway

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SOSI


Development began in 1977, as a project under the
Royal Norwegian Ministry of the Environment


First proposal for developing a data transfer standard
was also made in 1977


First complete version ready in 1987


1991 first feature catalogue was introduced, and has
since then increased from just a few to 37 application
domains, such as property, administrative boundaries,
roads, utilities, etc.

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SOSI


Almost all digital
geographic information is
now delivered according to
this Standard which, at the
same time, has heavily
influenced the production
environment

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EndonymExonym
endonym
exonym
<<CodeList>>
Pronunciation
source[0..1] : CharacterString
status[0..1] : PronunciationStatus
audio[0..*] : SoundFile
transcription : IPA
<<DataType>>
PlaceNameStatus
Proposed
Accepted
Authorization appealed
Authorized (name element)
...
Authorized (whole name)
Rejected
Private
International area
Historical
<<CodeList>>
PhysicalObject
featureType : FeatureType
geometry : GM_Object
NameInfo
nameInfoID : Integer
language : ISO639
userPriority[0..1] : UserPriority
nameType : NameType
authority : Authority
administrativeArea : AdmArea
registrationDate : Date
lastChanged : Date
1..*
1..*
+physicalObject
1..*
+nameInfo
1..*
NamePresentation
placement : GM_object
administrativeArea : AdmArea
product : Product
productID[0..1] : ID
registrationDate : Date
lastChanged : Date
Onomastic
etymology[0..1] : CharacterString
inhabitantName[0..1] : CharacterString
posessiveAdjective[0..1] : CharacterString
...
usageArea[0..*] : UsageArea
PlaceName
placeName : PlaceNameString
pronunciation[0..*] : Pronunciation
nativeValue : EndonymExonym
placeNameStatus : PlaceNameStatus
placeNameStatusDate [0..1] : Date
userPriority[0..1] : UserPriority
source[0..1] : CharacterString
note[0..1] : CharacterString
archiveReference[0..1] : CharacterString
...
userComment[0..*] : CharacterString
registrationDate : Date
lastChanged : Date
usagePeriod[0..1] : TM_Period
SoundsLike(language)
1..*
1
+placeName
1..*
+nameInfo
1
0..*
1
+namePresentation
0..*
+placeName
1
0..*
1
+onomastic
0..*
+placeName
1
UsageArea
note : CharacterString
area : GM_Object
administrativeArea : AdmArea
<<Union>>
PronunciationStatus
standard
local
other
<<CodeList>>
Unified Model of Place Names v. ...
UserPriority
majorValue
equalValue
minorValue
<<CodeList>>
PlaceNameString
prefix [0..*] : CharacterString
namebody : CharacterString
postfix [0..*] : CharacterString
<<DataType>>
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SOSI
SOSI
-
-
General Feature Catalogue
General Feature Catalogue
NATR
NATR
Natural
Natural
resources
resources
, wildlife, etc
, wildlife, etc
AREAL
AREAL
Other
Other
land
land
use
use
BYGG
BYGG
Buldings
Buldings
BYGNAN
BYGNAN
Other
Other
building
building
constructions
constructions
KULT
KULT
Archaeological
Archaeological
and architectural
and architectural
monuments and sites and
monuments and sites and
cultural environments
cultural environments
VBAS
VBAS
Road
Road
data
data
VSIT
VSIT
Road
Road
situation
situation
BANE
BANE
Railway
Railway
SAMF
SAMF
General transport
General transport
ADR
ADR
Adresses
Adresses
LUFT
LUFT
Airport
Airport
LEDN
LEDN
Utility
Utility
NAVN
NAVN
Location
Location
names
names
PLAN
PLAN
Planning
Planning
PROSJ
PROSJ
Projecting
Projecting
SKOG
SKOG
Forestry
Forestry
BEITE
BEITE
Grazing
Grazing
land
land
LAND
LAND
Landscape
Landscape
VERN
VERN
Preservation
Preservation
of
of
natural
natural
resources
resources
BIOM
BIOM
Biological
Biological
diversity
diversity
JSPLAN
JSPLAN
Land
Land
Consolidation
Consolidation
Planning
Planning
SKRED
SKRED
Landslide
Landslide
INNL
INNL
Introduction
Introduction
FM
FM
Surevy
Surevy
Control
Control
Stations
Stations
TERR
TERR
Terrain
Terrain
KYST
KYST
Coast
Coast
and sea (S57)
and sea (S57)
VANN
VANN
Inland
Inland
sea, rivers
sea, rivers
FISK
FISK
Fishery
Fishery
OLJE
OLJE
Oil
Oil
DEK
DEK
Land
Land
property
property
SERV
SERV
Land
Land
restrictions
restrictions
/
/
easements
easements
ABAS
ABAS
Administrativ and
Administrativ and
statistic
statistic
areas
areas
DMK
DMK
Land types
Land types
LREG
LREG
Agricultural Property Register
Agricultural Property Register
JREG
JREG
Land inventory
Land inventory
DJD
DJD
Soil
Soil
-
-
data
data
GEOI
GEOI
Introduction
Introduction
-
-
geology
geology
RAAST
RAAST
Mineral
Mineral
resources
resources
BERG
BERG
Bedrock
Bedrock
geology
geology
LOESM
LOESM
Surficial
Surficial
deposits
deposits
GKJEM
GKJEM
Geochemical
Geochemical
mapping
mapping
GFYS
GFYS
Geophysical
Geophysical
mapping
mapping
GVERN
GVERN
Geological
Geological
conservation
conservation
areas
areas
GROT
GROT
Cave
Cave
mapping
mapping
(speleologi)
(speleologi)
REIN
REIN
Reindeer
Reindeer
management
management
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AREALIS


National program initiated by Norwegian Ministry of
Environment. The main objective of the project was to
make environmental data and land use information
available at national, regional and local level


The
Arealis

project achieved considerable success by
organizing access to important geographic information and
by using the Internet as a main channel for information
and dissemination of GI data
-
sets


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GEOVEKST


Norwegian national programme for reference data
cooperation


Geovekst

is a nation
-
wide program for co
-
operation on
establishing digital geographic data in Norway. The basic
concept is pooling of money and other resources in
jointly executed projects for establishing, improving and
maintaining large
-
scale digital geographic data



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GEOVEKST Participants


Norwegian Mapping Authority


The Road Department


The Electricity companies


The Local Authorities


The National Telecommunication
Department


The State Agriculture Administration

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GEOVEKST


The data production is generally put out on tender to
private companies


Core large
-
scale datasets are updated and maintained
through this process of cooperation


Each partner contributes to the projects with funding
and personnel and the resulting databases are
accessible to all participants for joint use

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GEOVEKST


cost
-
sharing for
establishment
and updating of
GI

Municipalities

34%

Mapping Agency

24 %

Telecom 8 %

Agriculture

8 %

Energy companies

9 %

Road Admin.

14 %

Rail + Others
3 %

(
adm
. units, transport
network, land use/
resources,

transmission lines,
height, conservation
areas,

cultural heritage sites)

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Norway
digital public
authorities cooperate on data establishment,
maintenance
and flow
of
geographical information

National institutions

County
-
level
organisations

Local level
-

municipalities

Organisations, national, regional, agreements, coordination

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Partners


Municipalities
and Counties


Governmental agencies


Existing
Geovekst partners


Companies (private) with national interests and
data that will contribute to the national
infrastructure

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Norway Digital Concept


Governmental ministries and institutions cooperation


Sharing of all information between partners


Partnership based on co
-
financing of establishment
and updating of basic reference data


Agreement on standard formats for delivery and
access


Joint technical solutions

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Open access among
partners

Internal
use + view
services

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INSPIRE,
Geovekst, Arealis
and Norway
Digital

Sharing a Vision


Data
should be collected once and maintained at the level
where this can be done most effectively


It
should be possible to combine seamlessly spatial
information from different sources and share it between
many users and application


I
t
should be possible for information collected at one level
to be shared between all the different levels, detailed for
detailed investigations, general for strategic purposes


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Individual contracts

Principal agreement

Technology &

framework

Co
-
financing

Financial model

Enclosures:

Enclosures:

Commercial business

Market activities

www:

Each partner’s

data
and

services

Temastruktur
Datasett
Etat
Status
Informasjon
Natur:
Biologisk
mangfold
:
Artsforekomster
DN
Prioriterte naturtyper
DN
Vernet natur
Naturvernområder
DN
Verneprosess
DN
Vassdrag vernet mot kraftutbygging
NVE
Natur -
hydrologi
Nedbørfelt
NVE
Nedbørfelt - Regine
NVE
Innsjø
NVE
Dybdekart (raster)
NVE
Elvenettverk
NVE
Natur - geologi
Berggrunn N50/N250
NGU
Strukturgeologi N50/N250
NGU
Jordarter - løsmasser
NGU
Grus - pukk
NGU
Mineralske råstoffer
NGU
Grunnvannsbrønner
NGU
Landbruk:
Bonitetskart
NIJOS
Jordsmonn - dyrkingsklasser
NIJOS
Beitelagskart (utmarksbeite?)
NIJOS
Finansdepartementet
Statistisk Sentralbyrå (SSB)
Fiskeridepartementet
Fiskeridirektoratet
Kystdirektoratet/ Kystverket
Forsvarsdepartementet
Forsvarets Militærgeografiske tjeneste (FMGT)
Justis og politidepartementet
Politidirektoratet
Direktoratet for samfunnssikkerhet og beredskap
Hovedredningssentralen
Landbruks og matdepartementet
Norsk institutt for jord-og skogkartlegging (NIJOS)
Reindriftsforvaltningen
Statens landbruksforvaltning (SLF)
Mattilsynet
Jordskifteverket
Statsskog SF
Miljøverndepartementet
Statens kartverk (SK)
Statens forurensningstilsyn (SFT)
Direktoratet for naturforvaltning (DN)
Riksantikvaren (RA)
Nærings- og handelsdepartementet
Bergvesenet
Norges geologiske undersøkelser (NGU)
Olje- og energidepartementet
Norges vassdrags- og energidirektorat (NVE)
Samferdselsdepartementet
Vegdirektoratet (Statens vegvesen)
Avinor
Jernbaneverket
Utdannings- og forskningsdepartementet
Helse og omsorgsdepartementet
Kultur og kirkedepartementet (KKD)
Kommunene
Fylkeskommunene
Moderniseringsdepartementet
Energibedriftenes landsforening (EBL)
Telenor Networks as
Rules & Organisation

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Norway
Digital Contracts and
D
ocumentation

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Long term standardisation in practise


Long
-
term collaboration


Joint SDI organisation structure at national and regional level


Respect each others core activities


Joint funding of data/management


Technology interest


Research seed money


Clear governmental policies


Positive attitude


Well prepared to meet INSPIRE obligations









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ISDI
http://www.irishspatialstrategy.ie/isdi/


November 2002 the DEHLG appointed by the
government to take the lead role in developing an Irish
Spatial Data Infrastructure (ISDI)


Work Group established
-

initially
OSi
,
PRAi
, LGCSB, CSO,
Dept of the Taoiseach and academics


Consultation doc published May 2004


Policy and Technical Groups formed


Responsibility for guiding INSPIRE implementation

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ISDI/INSPIRE


On 1 August 2010, the INSPIRE Directive transposed into
Irish law through SI No. 382 of 2010


ISDI/INSPIRE Steering Committee was (re?)established


Policy Implementation Framework is being prepared by the
Committee, addressing key strategic and implementation
issues


ISDI/INSPIRE Technical Sub
-
committee providing input into
the technical issues arising in the draft Implementing Rules
and also preparing technical guidance for national
implementation

http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/index.cfm/pageid/182/list/indicators/y/2010/sel/2

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ISDI/INSPIRE




ISDE Discovery Service now hooked up to the INSPIRE
Geoportal
.


Protected Sites Pilot project metadata and
services are the first to be published.(more to follow)


Recommendations from the pilot has led to proposal for
Shared/Managed Services for publishing Irish INSPIRE
theme data.


DECLG /OSI early discussions to provide an
INSPIRE publishing opt
-
in service for Irish public
authorities


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ISDI/INSPIRE


Technical Committee is also supporting data providers that
want to publish their INSPIRE data themselves, and will be
encouraging collaboration on software solutions within ISDI


Looking to publish INSPIRE data as Open Linked data and to
align efforts with the Open Data actions in the E
-
Government Strategy:


Data sets and services are being published under the terms
of the Irish PSI Licence; and are looking at URI sets for
spatial object and thematic identifiers for ISDI.


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A cooperative organisation of public
-
sector, local and
national government departments and agencies


Furthering the acquisition/creation, management,
maintenance and use of the most detailed national
core reference data


Public
-
sector management of the private
-
sector
acquisition of reference data


Relationship manager for all stakeholders


contributors, standards, public and private sector

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Sharing a Vision


Data should be collected once and maintained at the level
where this can be done most effectively


It should be possible to combine seamlessly spatial
information from different sources and share it between
many users and application


It should be possible for information collected at one level
to be shared between all the different levels, detailed for
detailed investigations, general for strategic purposes


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SAMA

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National and Local Government Departments and
Agencies cooperation


Sharing of all information between partners


Partnership based on co
-
financing of establishment
and updating of basic/core reference data


Agreement on standard formats for delivery and
access


Joint technical solutions, including National Feature
Catalogue, Core Capture Specifications and Exchange
Format

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SAMA

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Data access and pricing policy that sets the data price not to
maximise returns but to cover existing costs and projected
future activities whilst not imposing a barrier to access


The creation of a national asset of comprehensive, quality
and accessible spatial knowledge

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Formal, contractual relationships


Public
-
sector Board


Private
-
sector Operations


Self
-
financing

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Capture Once, Use many

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SAMA

Accessibility

Ireland Inc needs

As cheap as possible .........free at point of use to public sector

Public ownership ....................... Private operation

Cooperative

Relationship builder

Shared Vision

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Principles

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Challenges


‘Herding cats’
-

attempting to align all stakeholders

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Challenges


Engaging the ‘right’ people


Reaching consensus


Convincing them of the national benefits from cooperation


Different priorities


High level of ownership and protectiveness of data


Differing levels of quality coverage

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Challenges


Business models


Availability of data


Enthusiasm


Finance


Personnel


‘Headless chicken’

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Kate Mann, Communications Manager PSMA


A Concise History of PSMA Australia Ltd from Collaboration
to Success, 1992
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2005 © PSMA Australia Limited 2009


Secretariat, Norge Digitalt


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Thanks


And of course, to you, for listening!









•International Initiatives •(I)SDI/INSPIRE •Principles •SAMA •Challenges •Future

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•International Initiatives •(I)SDI/INSPIRE •Principles •SAMA •Challenges •Future