Wednesday, April 19, 2006

AGILE Workshop on Monitoring and Reporting in Budapest

Participants of the Workshop. Image: HUNAGI Visual Resources


The Pre-conference workshop devoted to M&R of SDI hosted by FÖMI was a success

The Workshop chaired by Ewa Wysocka of IGC, Poland attracted 15 enthusiastic participants from 9 countries (P, SP, IT, B, NL, PL, GR, F and HU) plus representative of the EUROSTAT. The AGILE Workshop provided a direct input to the work of the INSPIRE Drafting Teams represented by Marie-Louise Zambon of IGN France and Danny Vandenbroucke of SADL at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium.
Chaired by Szabolcs Mihály, Pasquale Di Donato and Gábor Remetey-Fülöpp, the sessions had the following presentations:
Introduction (E. Wysocka),
Spatially referenced data infrastructure in Hungary (S. Mihály),
The Hungarian NSDI Strategy (G. Remetey-Fülöpp),
The need for Monitoring and Reporting (H. Dufourmont),
INSPIRE SoP: what has been done and what could be done to monitor ESDI (D. Vanderbroucke),
What can be learnt from C/B and RoI studies: outcome of the C/B JRC Workshop (A. Friis-Christensen),
Automatically monitorable indicators in SDI (R. Béjar),
NSD Clearinghouse Worldwide development and impact (J. Bulens),
The monitoring and reporting mechanism in France (M-L. Zambon),
Internal monitoring and reporting tools for Regional SDI implementation (P. Di Donato).
The sessions generated Q/As and in the afternoon break-out session two working groups compiled teamwork based answers on 5 questions formulated by E.Wysocka, P. Di Donato and D. Vanderbroucke in the subjects related to indicators and monitoring. The Workshop was a success. The presentations will be available in one week on the official AGILE website.

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