ELISE Webinar: Interoperable Frameworks and Solutions for cross-border and cross-sector services

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Published on: 26/04/2021

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How can public administrations, businesses and citizens benefit from interoperable location-enabled cross-border and cross-sector frameworks and solutions?

The delivery of cross-border and cross-sector services is critical for developing the European Digital Single Market and the Digital Single Gateway. However, there are still significant interoperability challenges that need to be overcome.
In sustainable cross-border and cross-sector data ecosystems, location datasets need to be used and exchanged consistently. Location interoperability principles can play a significant in easing the task. Spatial Data Infrastructures have helped a lot in this regard. However, still, several challenges remain, for example, related to semantic interoperability.

Overcoming such barriers require investments in common and reusable interoperable solutions. Furthermore, interoperable solutions are most effective when included in a consistent framework leveraging common approaches, data and components.

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The ELISE ISA2 action “European Location Interoperability Solutions for e-Government” supports Digital Government Transformation by making the best use of location data and technologies in an interoperable manner. 

In this spirit, the ELISE ISA2 action has engaged in studying and developing solutions addressing specific cross-border and cross-sector location interoperability needs.

The ELISE action has designed frameworks to include such solutions in a coherent and consistent approach in sharing and reusing location data across borders in the context of the digital transformation of public services. Furthermore, by providing reusable tools and guidelines and applying them in INSPIRE, the ELISE action has offered support in bringing INSPIRE into practice.

This webinar will be an occasion to introduce such solutions highlighting their main features. It will also outline how users can reuse them in different fields and leveraging the principles of the location interoperability framework. 

The solutions and frameworks that will be showcased are:

In this webinar, Massimo Pedroli from Deloitte will walk you through the following topics:

  • Location data and location interoperability for cross-border services
  • State of play on sharing and using location data across European borders - Benefits and remaining challenges
  • ELISE guidance and solutions for fostering location-based cross-border services
  • Key messages, challenges and future of interoperability frameworks and solutions

The core of the webinar will present a series of user journeys, providing examples of how ELISE can provide support and guidance to stakeholders dealing with cross-border (location) services.



This event is part of the mini-series "ELISE Knowledge Transfer event pack" aiming at showcasing the main outcomes of the ELISE ISA2 action in the following areas:

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This webinar is also part of the Webinar series organised by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre under the ELISE ISA2 Action.  It aims to discuss major subjects related to the use of geospatial data, technology, and skills in line with interoperability frameworks and practices, supporting the contributions already produced by ELISE in Digital Government transformation.

The webinar will take place on 05/05/2021 from 14:00 to 15:15 CEST (UTC+2)


If you are interested in this webinar, do not hesitate to register by clicking on the following button. You will receive a confirmation email with the instructions on how to join this webinar.

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After the webinar, you will be able to find here both the recording and the supporting slides of this webinar.

If you are interested in knowing more about ELISE Webinars you can find further information here.


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