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La Commission européenne lance une enquête destinée à inventorier les éléments logiciels disponibles en open source et utiles à la mise en place d’INSPIRE et des politiques de réutilisation de données publiques. Elle permettra de cerner les manques, qui pourront être comblés sur financement européen. Elle est malheureusement en anglais.

Elle est accessible ici : http://sdi-survey.jrc.ec.europa.eu/limesv/index.php?sid=28834&lang=en

Pour les anglophones, voici le texte d’accompagnement reçu de la Commission :
Over the next two years, the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) will develop a Reusable INSPIRE Reference Platform (ARE3NA) [1].

Funded by the EU Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations (ISA) Programme [2], ARE3NA aims to establish a reference platform containing software components and other materials to support the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive, taking into consideration policies such as the Digital Agenda for Europe and initiatives related to ‘open data’ in the Member States. This complements work being undertaken by the JRC for the implementation and maintenance of INSPIRE by considering INSPIRE in ISA’s context of cross-border and cross-sector interoperability [3].

ARE3NA would like to ask you to disseminate a survey (in English) to a broad range of stakeholders in your country to help further populate ARE3NA’s three main inventories for subsequent presentation on the reference platform:

1. existing INSPIRE components from the open source community;

2. components used within the Member States to implement INSPIRE, especially core architecture components and support/guidance materials

3. ‘missing components’ or other items which are required for the optimal functioning of the infrastructure (in terms of both technologies and standards). These may come from within INSPIRE, ISA-related activities or broader interests in data-sharing in the environment and other sectors.

By identifying these components, ARE3NA will be able to make existing approaches more visible through the reference platform. The results from the survey will help ARE3NA to select some open source developments to address missing items.

The survey will also be sent to Member State representatives in the ISA Programme, so that their stakeholders can contribute

The survey will be open for the duration of the project but we would like to have inputs by the 14th of June, so that we can follow the project plan for subsequent procurements. Please note that we aim to present initial results at the 2013 INSPIRE Conference.

Any questions about ARE3NA or the survey can be sent to are3na[at]jrc.ec.europa.eu.

Thank you for your support.


[1] http://ec.europa.eu/isa/actions/documents/isa-1.17_re-usable-inspire-reference-platform_en.pdf

[2] http://ec.europa.eu/isa

[3] http://ec.europa.eu/isa/policy/index_en.htm

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