MIWP-Action #2138

MIWP-16: Improve usefulness and reliability of monitoring information

Added by Lorena Hernandez Quiros almost 5 years ago. Updated almost 3 years ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:10 Mar 2014
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:Paul Hasenohr% Done:

100%


Description

Issue:

The participants of the Monitoring & Reporting workshop held in Copenhagen on 15/10/2013 underlined the strong need to improve the usefulness and the reliability of monitoring information.

Proposed change or action:

  • Phase 1
    o Review the indicators defined in Articles 3 to 10 of the Commission Decision of 5 June 2009, implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards monitoring and reporting, with the objective of automating their calculation.
    o Analyse how to extract monitoring information from the metadata records available in the EU-Geoportal or from the metadata records available in national geoportals.
    o Analyse how to filter out the metadata records which are for INSPIRE datasets out of a catalogue containing metadata on more datasets than only INSPIRE datasets.
    o Design a dashboard (including functional requirements) which would provide access to all monitoring information and related indicators for every Member State.
    o Test the approach with pilot countries.
    o Update the justification document for indicators as appropriate.
    o Update the Technical Guidelines on monitoring as appropriate.
  • Phase 2
    o Possibly, propose evolutions of discovery metadata or monitoring data requiring modifications of some legally binding pieces of INSPIRE legislation.

Organisational set-up:

Establish a MIG sub-group to address the issue.

Outcomes:

  • Prototype of a dashboard
  • Updated justification document for indicators
  • Updated Technical Guidelines on monitoring

Possible funding:

  • JRC institutional / competitive budget
  • MS funding

History

#1 Updated by Michael Lutz almost 5 years ago

  • Assignee changed from Michael Lutz to Paul Hasenohr

#2 Updated by Michael Lutz over 4 years ago

  • Tracker changed from Task to MIWP-Action

#3 Updated by Paul Hasenohr over 4 years ago

  • Status changed from Submitted to Work in progress
  • % Done changed from 0 to 30
Status 2014-09-05:
  • 8 web meetings and 2 physical meetings took place. Minutes of web meetings and Minutes of face to face meetings are available.
  • The review of the indicators with a view to automate their calculation has been completed.
  • The document about Functional and non-functional requirements for the dashboard has been approved.
  • Currently prototyping of the dashboard and drafting of an updated XML schema for reporting are taking place.

#4 Updated by Michael Lutz over 3 years ago

  • Description updated (diff)
  • Progress since the last meeting:
    • ?work on the core functionalities of the dashboard happened (harvesting, linking of datasets and services for reporting, validation of metadata against JRC validator installed at EEA)
    • NL used the dashboard to generate automatically their INSPIRE monitoring XML file for submission into Reportnet
  • Tasks/deliverables planned for the next month(s):
    • Propoosal for update of indicators?
  • Overall status:  
    • We are slightly late for the activities related to proposing updates to the legislation or to the technical guidelines as the focus has been to have the dashboard able to produce INSPIRE XML monitoirng files in time for the reporting deadline of 15 May. 
  • Risks or issues for discussion in the MIG-T:
    • none

 

#5 Updated by Paul Hasenohr over 3 years ago

  • Progress since the last meeting:
    • Several dashboards added to display time series
    • All monitoring data reported in XML or XLS since 2011 has been added to the dashboard
  • Tasks/deliverables planned for the next month(s):
    • Proposal for update of indicators
  • Overall status:  
    • We are slightly late for the activities related to proposing updates to the legislation or to the technical guidelines as the focus has been to have the dashboard able to produce INSPIRE XML monitoirng files in time for the reporting deadline of 15 May and later to improve the display of monitoring data. 
  • Risks or issues for discussion in the MIG-T:
    • none

 

#6 Updated by Paul Hasenohr over 3 years ago

  • Progress since the last meeting:
    • A proposal to review with MS the automated calculation of indicators from the MD contained in their national catalogues has been sent to all MS (focus on MS that have not already used this functionality for the official reporting in 2015). Very few MS expressed their interest. Deadline to reply is 15 August and availability from INSPIRE reporter needed in the last two weeks of August.
    • INSPIRE dashboard split into two dashboards: one containing the official monitoring, one containing the dynamic/automated monitoring.
  • Tasks/deliverables planned for the next month(s):
    • Proposal for update of indicators
  • Overall status:  
    • We are slightly late for the activities related to proposing updates to the legislation or to the technical guidelines as the focus has been to have the dashboard able to produce INSPIRE XML monitoirng files in time for the reporting deadline of 15 May and later to improve the display of monitoring data. 
  • Risks or issues for discussion in the MIG-T:
    • none

 

#7 Updated by Michael Lutz almost 3 years ago

  • Status changed from Work in progress to Closed
  • % Done changed from 30 to 100

The MIWP-16 temporary sub-group completed its activity and was disbanded on 31/12/2015 as agreed in the MIG-T meeting in Rome on 02-03/12/2015.

The Final activity report of the MIWP-16 has been approved by the MIWP-16 on 18/12/2015. 

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