Directiva /2/CE del Parlamento Europeo y del Consejo, de 14 de marzo de infraestructura de información espacial en la Comunidad Europea (Inspire). on the implementation of Directive /2/EC of March establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE). / regarding the definition of a INSPIRE metadata element. / recante attuazione della direttiva /2/CE del Parlamento europeo e del.
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Direttiva modificata da ultimo dall’atto di adesione del This directive should not affect the existence or ownership of public authorities’ intellectual property rights. At this early implementation stage, the low conformity level of spatial data is not surprising Figure 8.
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Based on the evaluation results, it is clear that greater effort at all levels by all actors is needed in the future. Of particular concern direttia issues in some Member States affecting the collaboration between national mapping diettiva and the environment information bodies e.
This Directive does not affect the difettiva or ownership of public authorities’ intellectual property rights. Several countries including the Netherlands appear to have followed a fairly predictable pattern, with annual costs exceeding the benefits in the beginning, but benefits increasing in the second phase of implementation after This boosts research and innovation potential.
Although progress has been made in implementing the Directive bynone of the deadlines listed in Figure 1 have been met by all Member States. This section provides a summary of the evaluation. Copertura del suolo Copertura fisica e biologica della superficie terrestre insire le superfici artificiali, le zone agricole, i boschi e le foreste, le aree semi naturali, le zone umide, i corpi idrici.
Where necessary, the report shall be accompanied by proposals for Community action. The various steps are detailed below. This Directive should apply to spatial data held by or on behalf of public authorities and to durettiva use of spatial data by public authorities in the performance of their public tasks. Member States may also provide access to those services through their own access points.
Community policy on the environment must aim at a high level of protection taking into account the diversity of situations in the various regions of the Community. In particular the chance to exploit the potential of data received through the Copernicus programme is important since these remote sensing data often need to be combined with spatial data to add value and context.
The public consultation 29 demonstrated substantial support for the objectives of the Directive, considering them still relevant for removing the obstacles to data sharing that hamper effective and efficient implementation of environmental policy.
The information provided on benefits, which was mainly qualitative and based on estimates, included the following points: Includes spatial data based on measurements, on models or on 20007 combination thereof and includes measurement locations.
However, these opportunities are not used systematically by Member States. The Directive had to be transposed by 15 May but significant political, legal and administrative delays meant that most Member States missed the deadline, with only Denmark transposing it on time.
Aree geografiche caratterizzate da condizioni ecologiche specifiche, processi, strutture e funzioni di supporto alla rirettiva che supportano materialmente gli organismi che le abitano.
These measures should ensure that the infrastructures for spatial information created by the Member States are compatible and usable in a Community and transboundary context. The Directive needs to be fully implemented by 7.
Member States shall establish and operate a network of the following services for the spatial data sets and services for which metadata have been created in accordance with this Directive: Land use Territory characterised according to its current and future planned functional dimension or socio-economic purpose e.
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In particular, the significant remaining obstacles created by the data policies in many countries impede effective progress and perpetuate the administrative burden because data cannot be easily shared between administrations.
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Expand all Collapse all. Energy resources including hydrocarbons, hydropower, bio-energy, solar, wind, etc. Environmental monitoring facilities Location and operation of environmental monitoring facilities includes observation and measurement of emissions, of the state of environmental media and of other ecosystem parameters biodiversity, ecological conditions of vegetation, etc.
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They called for a flexible, pragmatic and user-driven application of the existing data specifications. Hydrography Hydrographic elements, including marine areas and djrettiva other water bodies and items related to them, including river basins and sub-basins. Impianti agricoli e di acquacoltura Apparecchiature e impianti di produzione agricola compresi i sistemi di irrigazione, le serre e le stalle. Implementation Transposition The Directive had to be transposed by 15 May but significant political, legal and administrative delays meant that most Member States missed the deadline, with only Denmark transposing it on time.
The internal coherence of the Directive has proven to be iinspire because Member States largely follow its steps. Habitats and biotopes Geographical areas characterised by specific ecological conditions, processes, structure, and life support functions that physically support inspore organisms that live there. An infrastructure for spatial information in the Community should therefore be established.
Addressing the above-mentioned issues and focusing on end-user needs ijspire applications in a cross-border and EU context can assist implementation and help prioritise resources and investments.
Direttivx order to assist the integration of the national infrastructures into Inspire, Member States should provide access to their infrastructures through a Community geo-portal operated by the Commission, as well as through any access points they themselves decide to operate.
Skip to main content. Skip to main content. As mentioned under step 5, data harmonisation is the most costly and challenging step. Given the stage of implementation, most of the currently available studies are based on estimates or predictions, and quantified benefits data are scarce. As a result, overall effectiveness has suffered.
Specific issues that may need attention include consistency of access to data policies, also set out the Public Sector Information Directive. EU case law Case law Inspiree reports Directory of diretttiva law.
To complement national efforts, the Commission will: Implementing steps 13 Although progress has been made in implementing the Directive bynone of the deadlines listed in Figure 1 have been met by all Member States. Meteorological geographical features Weather conditions and their measurements; precipitation, temperature, evapotranspiration, wind speed and direction. Questa voce comprende i collegamenti tra le varie reti e anche la rete transeuropea di trasporto di cui alla decisione n.