»Program projekt eProstor« se je predstavil na Mednarodni konferenci "Ohranjanje prostorskih podatkov" s tematikama digitalnega arhiva zemljiškega katastra in katastra stavb ter direktive INSPIRE.
Gradnik eArhiviranje pri Instrumentu za povezovanje Evrope pri Evropski komisiji »CEF« (Connecting Europe Facility), Arhiv Republike Slovenije in podjetje Geoarh so izvedli mednarodno konferenco o arhiviranju prostorskih podatkov, 6. in 7. maja v Ljubljani.
Digitalni arhiv predstavlja tako osnovni pogoj za prehod na elektronski način poslovanja na področju nepremičnin, kot tudi skrb za ohranitev arhivskega gradiva in na drugi strani večjo uporabnost. Direktiva INSPIRE pa določa pomembnost poenotenja infrastrukture prostorskih informacij na nacionalni in evropski ravni ter s tem zagotavljanja usklajenost, medopravilnost, souporabo in dostopnost prostorskih podatkov v standardnih okvirih.
The overview of the EC INSPIRE Directive/ Pregled direktive Evropske komisije Inspire
Mateja Urbančič, Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije
The INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community) directive came into force on 15 May 2007. The implementation was formed in various stages, with the requirement to be fully implemented by 2021. The main goal is to ensure that the Infrastructure for spatial information of the Member States are compatible and usable in a Community and transboundary context. The Infrastructure, created by the Member state, should be compatible with common INSPIRE Implementing rules. The Directive covers spatial data sets that relay to an area of the Member state, are available in electronic format and relate to one or more of the themes listed inAnnex I, II, III. Detailed implementation aspects and relations with existing standards are described in Technical Guidance documents.
The central European access point to the data, provided by the EU Member States and other countries under the INSPIRE Directive is INSPIRE Geoportal. Geoportal allows monitoring the availability of INSPIRE data sets. You can discover suitable data sets based on their description (metadata). Accessing the selected data sets is possible through view or download services. In Slovenia the INSPIRE contact point, for the communication with the Commission, regarding the Directive, is The Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia. Our national geoportal is Slovenian geoportal. The geoportal is connected to the SI INSPIRE metadata system, where you can find metadata about data sets, services and more. The activities relating the INSPIRE in Slovenia run under The program of the projects eProstor.
Digital archive of geospatial data, Digitalni arhiv prostorskih podatkov
Boštjan Pucelj, Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije
The Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia (hereinafter GURS) is a body within of the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning. It implements administrative, professional, technical, coordination and supervisory assignments pertaining to connecting spatial database. The competence of the Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia
comprises the assignments of the national land survey service, which include the creation, administration and updating of databases pertaining to the basic geodetic system, real estate (land cadastre, building cadastre), state border, spatial units and house numbers, cadastre of public infrastructure and to the topographic and cartographic system. Evidence maintenance and procedure management generate numerous analogue documents, archived by and stored at the respective regional offices. The bulk represents the land cadastre archive which constitutes the official land (parcel) record. Documents comprising the land cadastre archive date from the emergence of the so-called revised cadastre of the second half of the 19th century (1867-1882) till the present day. Those formed in the future shall become part of it as well. This analogue archive contains cadastral maps (hereinafter ZKN) and field books. The ZKN evidences the latest valid state of the land cadastre in a graphic form. The analogue ZKN had been maintained up to the emergence of digital cadastral plans (DKN) in the period from the year 2000 till 2009. Presently, these are used as archival data as graphics is run in digital mode only. Based on maps' scales, and their location and time data, an IT solution was developed to provide an effective access to the archived digital maps. The eZKN application was developed by the GURS in cooperation with the external contractor. (In addition), Every change of form or attributes of parcel in the database generates field book, in which all changes emerging from a certain administrative or technical procedure are recorded.
The document digitization project started in year 2000. The GURS prepared the technical standards (such as meta data, formats, raster data, data use and update) and content standards (such as sorting documents into groups). The task of scanning was carried out by the GURS in cooperation with external contractors. In year 2013, the technological standards prescribed for long -term preservation (e.g. PDF, PDF/A-2b) were upgraded and the data were transferred to the database of the Ministry of Public Administration. In 2015, the digitalization of field book documents of building cadastre archives set off. The plan for the near future is to digitize Register of spatial units (i.e. house numbers). At the moment, the digital archive includes 23 million pages of geodetic digital documents.