Issues of Multilinguality in Creating a European Sdi – the Perspective for Spatial Data Interoperability

@inproceedings{Nowak2005IssuesOM,
  title={Issues of Multilinguality in Creating a European Sdi – the Perspective for Spatial Data Interoperability},
  author={Joanna Nowak and Javier Nogueras-Iso and Stephen Peedell},
  year={2005}
}
In July 2004 the INSPIRE Proposal for a Directive was adopted by the Commission, aiming to establish an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe. The first thematic application domain that INSPIRE will address is environment and in such a context an efficient implementation and monitoring of environmental policies requires interoperable spatial information across national borders and streamlined access and use of this information by all concerned stakeholders. Shared understanding… CONTINUE READING
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