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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A number of uses for data covered by the INSPIRE Directive can be further exploited at EU level through reporting, supporting impact assessments or evaluations, research and innovation. Those measures should be designed to make the spatial data sets interoperable, and Member States should ensure that any data or information needed for the purposes of achieving interoperability are available on conditions that do not restrict their use for that purpose. Addresses Location of properties based on address identifiers, usually by road name, house number, postal code.
Areas of relatively homogeneous ecological conditions with common characteristics. Condizioni fisiche dei mari e dei corpi idrici salmastri suddivisi in regioni e sottoregioni con caratteristiche comuni. In deroga al presente articolo gli Stati membri possono limitare la condivisione ove questa comprometta il corso della giustizia, la pubblica sicurezza, la difesa nazionale o le relazioni internazionali.
Questa voce comprende i dati territoriali basati su misurazioni, su modelli o su una combinazione dei due e comprende i punti di misurazione.
This Directive shall cover spatial data sets which fulfil the following conditions: The various steps are detailed below. The information provided on benefits, which was mainly qualitative and based on estimates, included the following points: Member States should therefore provide descriptions of available spatial data sets and services in the form of metadata. Detti servizi tengono conto delle pertinenti esigenze degli utilizzatori, sono facili da utilizzare, disponibili per il pubblico e accessibili via Internet o attraverso altri mezzi di telecomunicazione adeguati.
It sets out actions to remove obstacles to the sharing of spatial data between all levels of government within and across Member States. In every particular case, the public interest served by disclosure shall be weighed against the interest served by limiting or conditioning the access. EU case law Case law Digital reports Directory of case law. As a result, overall effectiveness has suffered.
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Help Print this page. All digital spatial datasets falling under the 34 spatial data themes should have been identified, documented and made available online through services by December The quantitative evaluation of costs and benefits was difficult to do ijspire to a lack of comprehensive and comparable data. This document is an excerpt from the EUR-Lex website.
Although progress has been made in implementing the Directive bynone of the deadlines listed in Figure 1 have been met by all Inspiree States. Member States shall establish and operate a network of the following services for the inspige data sets and services for which metadata have been created in accordance with this Directive: Gli Stati membri forniscono alla Commissione, su richiesta, le informazioni necessarie al fine di effettuare tale analisi.
The methods of making such reference shall be laid down by Member States. Agricultural and aquaculture facilities Farming equipment and production facilities including irrigation systems, greenhouses and stables. Would you like to keep them? Member States may provide that when bodies or institutions are acting in a judicial or legislative capacity, they are not to be regarded as a public authority for the purposes of this Directive.
Directive as last amended by the Act of Accession. There are benefits associated with the effective and efficient collection and sharing of data linked to a particular location spatial data.
Hydrographic elements, including marine areas and all other water bodies and items related to them, including river basins and sub-basins. EU case law Case law Digital reports Directory of case law. While early investment in IT infrastructure, transformation of data inspite skills development was expected, only a few Member States reported that they had made this investment. Includes terrestrial elevation, bathymetry and shoreline. National priority setting differs greatly in terms of identifying those spatial datasets most needed for cross-border applications or for reporting activities at EU level i.
Relevance The public consultation 29 demonstrated substantial support for the direttivva of the Directive, considering them still relevant for removing the obstacles to data sharing that hamper effective and efficient implementation of environmental policy.
The Directive covers a broad range diirettiva spatial data which is managed by a large number of public authorities at national, regional and local level. Areas managed, regulated or used for reporting at international, European, national, regional and local levels.
By DecemberMember States also needed to have online services for discovery, view and download in place for all of their documented spatial ec. Of particular concern were issues in some Member States affecting the collaboration between national mapping agencies and the environment information bodies e.
This Directive should not set requirements for the collection of new data, or for reporting such information to the Commission, since those matters are regulated by other legislation related to the environment. Member States should therefore make available, as a minimum and free of charge, the services for discovering and, subject to certain specific conditions, viewing spatial data sets.
Those measures shall enable those public authorities to gain access to spatial data sets and services, and to exchange and use those sets and direettiva, for the purposes of public tasks that may have an impact on the environment. Nonetheless, some Member States have shown that the process is possible and report positively on the resultant benefits, if only in qualitative terms.
In ogni caso, i costi addebitati non dovrebbero superare i costi di raccolta, produzione, riproduzione e diffusione, insieme ad un ragionevole ammortamento dell’investimento.