Supporting the implementation of the INSPIRE Directive through deployment and integration of value-added eEnvironment services and applications.
The European Open Source Metadata Editor EUOSME helps to create metadata compliant with the INSPIRE Metadata Regulation.
In the context of eENVplus it has been extented to support the eENVplus Thesaurus Framework.
The eENVplus Validation Service provides executable tests to evaluate whether a GML dataset fulfils the requirements of the INSPIRE Directive.
Learn how to implement data harmonization processes, using powerful tools such as HALE and effective procedures based on detailed matching tables.
The crowdsourcing service allows the collection of observations (species distributions or natural events) through a mobile app for iOS and Android devices developed in the context of the eENVplus project.
The INSPIRE GML ingestion service allows the ingestion of datasets compliant within a specific INSPIRE data theme. Data access service allows downloading, as GML file (WFS) or raster map (WMS), of the datasets previously ingested.
A set of innovative added-value interoperable services aiming to facilitate the development of innovative environmental applications. Includes Web Processing services (WPS), a Reporting Service based on a a Sensor Observation Service (SOS) solution and a Notification Service based on the OGC's Sensor Web Enablement (SWE).
The catalogue service manages spatially referenced resources and provides powerful metadata editing and search functions.
data-model which was developed for the implementation of the new “Implementing Provisions for Reporting” under the Air Quality Directive.