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|Title:||INSPIRE maintenance and implementation|
|Authors:||CETL VLADO; NUNES DE LIMA Maria; LUTZ Michael|
|Citation:||SDI days 2013 Proceedings p. 9-13|
|Publisher:||Republic of Croatia - State Geodetic Administration|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||INSPIRE implementation process started in 2009 with the programme that spans to 2020. Some important milestones that were set in the implementation roadmap are already achieved and many components and services of infrastructure are in place e.g. transposition of Directive into national legislation, documentation of all the datasets that fall under the 34 themes, provision of network services, provision of newly collected Annex I spatial data sets under harmonized conditions etc. However most of the data harmonisation effort has yet to be undertaken. Specifications for the data themes in Annex II and III are expected to be adopted by the end of 2013 and after that they will be implemented over the next 7 years. Therefore, in general we are just on the half way through the implementation of INSPIRE. The implementation process is now entering a new phase oriented towards the member states. This process will be supported by the European Commission (EC) through setting up of the INSPIRE maintenance and implementation framework (MIF).|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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