2011. május 20., péntek

PSIshare - LAPSI körlevél Ton Zijlstra gondolataival

Dr. Frederico Morando LAPSI projektszakértő továbbította Ton Zijlstra alábbi levelét:
"I have worked my way through the slides and notes of the SharePSI workshop in the past days. In total just under a hundred barriers were identified, and over 640 solutions/drivers/interventions to surmount those barriers.
That list of barriers and solutions I've then tried to map and cluster, to see what patterns emerge. Those patterns have formed the basis for the discussion summary that is now finished in draft and which I just sent to the EC, Margot and Thomas for feedback.
Clusters in barriers that I see:
  • Access to data
  • Getting from access to reuse to viable business models (the innovation path, transition path for reusers)
  • Transition of government
  • Cost of transition
  • Disrupting existing markets and existing government revenue models
  • Linked and federated data as step to maturity
  • Licensing
  • Privacy
When it comes to suggestions and tried solutions to surmount those barriers you see they cover those same barrier clusters (not surprising, as most barriers were mentioned in the context of also mentioning ways of overcoming them)
What also stands out is that "it must come from the top, the middle, and the bottom" is visible in the suggested solutions, but also several other axis of action:
- small to large scale efforts
- short term, medium term, long term actions and aims
- facilitating the transition, vs creating the 'new normal'
and as mentioned
- top, middle, bottom
On all those axis, at each point along the scale, actions/solutions are mentioned. Together we as stakeholders are taking it all on, and all in parallel. Doing things here and now, but with the horizon in mind, you could say. Also because smaller, nearer things help build the case for larger, longer things. "Nobody knows what this is about yet" sums it all up quite nicely (and I mean that in a positive way)
With the summary written (you can see and comment it here https://daa.co-ment.com/text/GXXnDNBIU68/view/ ), I am now building a few images to show all the remarks as they form the clusters.
I've finished two maps of the first few clusters of barriers, will continue to build more images.
Please find attached
- a spreadsheet with all remarks I took from the notes and slides
- an image that maps out the mentioned barriers connected to the transition process and the cost of transition.
- an image that maps out the mentioned barriers from getting access to data to building viable business on it (the innovation path for reusers)
I would appreciate any feedback whether these maps are interesting to you or not.
Interdependent Thoughts
Ton Zijlstra"

1 megjegyzés:

  1. Hi there,

    The full map of the barriers to PSI reuse mentioned at the SharePSI workshop is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/epsiplatform/5737203950/in/photostream , and contains links to more detailed sections.


About the LAPSI project

LAPSI is a project in the FP7 program of the European Union.
Legal Aspects of the Public Sector Information and Re-use.
Timespan: 30 months. Participants: 20 institutions and organistions. Coordinator: University of Torino.
Kick-off Meeting: Torino, 26-28 March, 2010

Role of HUNAGI in the LAPSI Project

HUNAGI contribution is related mainly to the Geographic Information which are produced, maintained and used in land management, including surveying, mapping, cadastre and land registration, remote sensing and serviced by relevant spatial data infrastructures. From a national economic point of view, the uniform land registration system operating in Hungary is one of the most important databases of the country. This system allows to obtain over the time updated legal and geometric data, as well as other information (e.g. on ownership, land uses, mortgages, etc.). The cadastral maps integrated into the uniform land registration system show spatial relations and references of rights, facts and other information appearing on the property sheets, serving as a basis of engineering planning for the national economy. The national spatial data infrastructure can be built on this uniform, authorized and public land registration system, in small partial modules, following the EU INSPIRE Directive. HUNAGI will participate to all Working Groups and actively take part to Working Groups 01, 03 and 04. It also makes its facilities available to host one of the thematic network seminars or conferences.

About the HUNAGI Team of the LAPSI Project

Team members:
Piroska Zalaba (FvM FTF www.fvm.hu), dr. Szabolcs Mihály (FÖMI www.fomi.hu), dr.József Mlinarics (MATISZ www.matisz.hu), Ferenc Hargitai (MATISZ www.matisz.hu), István Sponga (Neumann-Ház Nonprofit Kft www.neumann-haz.hu), Dr. Tamás A. Kovács (Dr. Kovács A. Tamás Ügyvédi Iroda www.kovacsatamasiroda.hu), Dr. Gábor Remetey-Fülöpp, Team leader (HUNAGI www.hunagi.hu)

Barkóczi Zsolt (HUNAGI www.hunagi.hu), Tóth Sándor (FVM FTF www.fvm.hu)
Klóser Anikó (Meh EKK www.ekk.meh.gov.hu), dr. Marosán Andrea (MeH EKK), dr. Csiszér Gábor (MeH EKK)
Temporal replacements: Éva Harbula for Dr. Szabolcs Mihály (FÖMI)

About the Team Leader

Gabor Remetey-Fülöpp is Secretary General of Hungarian Association of Geo- information/HUNAGI. He holds a degree in Civil Engineering (Budapest) and a second diploma in automation in geodesy. Among his numerous experiences he has been part of the EU Acquis-related institutional development project (1998-2006), of the EC INSPIRE Experts Team (2001-2006), and of the Drafting Team, National SDI Strategy (2004-2006). He also took part to ePSIplus activities.