The current state of implementation of the INSPIRE Directive is discussed in an interesting interview to Joeri Robbrecht, policy analyst for the DG Environment, published in the online version of the GIM International magazine.
The eENVplus project and more e specifically the eENVplus CrowdSourcing service is mentioned as an example on how INSPIRE can be used in the context of crowdsourcing applications.
The eENVplus CrowdSourcing service is the first tool that allows to generate INSPIRE-compliant data, according with the Species Distribution v4.0 data theme, by the use of data collected by users.
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Learn more about the eENVplus CrowdSourcing Service HERE
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