Data quality, provenance and IPR Management services: their role in empowering geospatial data suppliers and users
Data quality, provenance and IPR Management services: their role in empowering geospatial data suppliers and users.
Millard, T.K.and Herbert, J.
In: EGU General Assembly 2015, 12-17 April 2015, Vienna, Austria. (2015)
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|Abstract:||This poster looks at current experiences of geospatial users and geospatial suppliers and how they have been limited by suitable frameworks for managing and communicating data quality, data provenance and intellectual property rights (IPR). Current political and technological drivers mean that increasing volumes of geospatial data are available through a plethora of different products and services, and whilst this is inherently a good thing it does create a new generation of challenges.
These challenges are that it has become more challenging and time consuming for users to appraise the value of data for their particular purpose. The second is that data suppliers are finding that traditional data licensing models are difficult to apply in a culture that is dominated by public ‘open data’.
This paper consider two examples of where these issues have been examined and looks at the challenges
and possible solutions from a data user and data supplier perspective. The first example is the EC FP7 IQmulus project that is researching fusion environments for big geospatial point clouds and coverages. The second example is the EU Emodnet programme that is establishing thematic data portals for public marine and coastal data.|
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)|
|Subjects:||Maritime > General|
|Deposited On:||10 Apr 2015 11:05|
|Last Modified:||21 Jul 2017 10:01|
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