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26th NSDI workshop held

As part of the implementation of the project "Increasing the availability of NSDI spatial data through e-services", co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, the State Geodetic Administration organized the 26th NSDI workshop in collaboration with Multisoft, held in the period 10-11. March 2021, via the Zoom network platform. This workshop entitled "Education for data harmonization using FME" was intended for selected NSDI subjects and employees of the State Geodetic Administration.

 Project logo "Increasing the availability of NSDI spatial data through e-services".

For the needs of the mentioned project, the State Geodetic Administration acquired the FME (Feature Manipulation Engine) software solution for data harmonization, which consists of the FME Desktop solution and the Server solution.

The main purpose of the 26th NSDI workshop was to introduce and educate participants to work with the said FME software solution, so that after the workshop they can independently harmonize spatial data within their jurisdiction in accordance with INSPIRE models. The final result of this workshop was the creation of GML documents of harmonized data for each institution, which is created in the working process through FME based on given attributes and their parameters, and associated actions, without the actual coding of the GML document.

The two-day education, jointly organized by SGA and Multisoft, was led by lecturer Sören Dupke, and the workshop was opened by Tanja Rodin,MsC, Head of the NSDI Interoperability Department. Workshop participants had the opportunity to participate in lectures on INSPIRE data models and data mapping, INSPIRE Solution Pack - a solution to support the process of data mapping according to INSPIRE, and general information on writing GML using FME and INSPIRE Solution Pack. Several introductory examples for creating a solution with the FME Desktop software solution were presented, and in the continuation of the workshop, the participants worked with the spatial data of their institutions to create harmonized GML files.

The picture shows the employees of the State Geodetic Administration at the 26th NSDI workshop

The workshop was co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), in accordance with the Operational Program "Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014-2020", and within the Grant Agreement KK. "Increasing the availability of NSDI spatial data through e-services”.

 Ribbon of the European Union, the Republic of Croatia - State Geodetic Administration, European Structural and Investment Funds and the Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion.