Sample Annex I data sets
|Status:||Closed||Start date:||06 Nov 2014|
|Priority:||Urgent||Due date:||21 Nov 2014|
|Assignee:||Michael Lutz||% Done:|
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In the London MIG-T meeting, it was agreed to collect sample Annex I data sets that have already been implemented with the current versions of the xml schemas.
The goal is to use these to do further tests to verify whether the proposed updated Annex I schemas are indeed not breaking any existing implementations.
We would therefore welcome pointers to such examples. This is your chance to make sure that the updated schemas don't break your existing implementations!
#3 Updated by Lars Storgaard over 5 years ago
In the Danish Geodata Agency we distribute our cadastral data compliant with the CP schema. To access data you need to create a profile in kortforsyningen.dk (our Digital Map Supply).
The profile must be created here: http://download.kortforsyningen.dk//content/opret-mig-som-bruger
Sorry, yes it is in Danish… but: you can watch this video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/embed/2e2T_NR5-uw
After you are logged in you have access to the GML files with our INSPIRE CP data here: http://download.kortforsyningen.dk/content/matrikelkortetinspirecp-cadastralparcel
Click on “Næste” in the following two steps and select a municipality for which you want data from.
After you have create the profile you also have access to the data through feeds: http://schemas.kms.dk/kf_dwl/inspire/feed/CadastralParcel.xml
#4 Updated by Daniela Hogrebe over 5 years ago
- Description updated (diff)
The German Federal State North Rhine-Westphalia provides the following INSPIRE Download Services (WFS) for Annex I data sets (implemented with the current schemas):
Administrative units: https://www.wms.nrw.de/inspire_geobasis/verwaltungseinheiten_download?
Transport networks: https://www.wms.nrw.de/inspire_geobasis/verkehrsnetze_download?
Geographical names: https://www.wms.nrw.de/inspire_geobasis/geografische_bezeichnungen_download?
Only the last service (protected sites) is publicly accessible. However, the colleagues of North Rhine-Westphalia are highly interested in tests of their data sets by JRC. Thus, they would provide JRC login details if needed (please contact poststelle(at)bezreg-koeln.nrw.de).