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Agenda (printable version)  

 

Workshop on Integrating Geospatial and Statistical Standards

Stockholm, Sweden

6-8 November, 2017

 

Day 1 - Monday, 6th

TimeItemPaperPresentation
9:00Registration--
9:30

Welcome and introduction to the workshop

Janusz Dygaszewicz (Central Statistical Office, Poland)

Thérèse Lalor (UNECE)

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9:35

Opening remarks by Statistics Sweden

Helen Stoye (Statistics Sweden)

  
9:45

Keynote presentations: "Setting the scene"

Bengt Kjellson (UN-GGIM)

Thérèse Lalor (UNECE)

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Presentation-UNGGIM

Presentation-UNECE

10:25Break  

Session 1: Introduction to Statistical and Geospatial Standards and Models

Session chairs: Klas Blomqvist (Swedish Research Council) & Luis Gerardo Esparza (National Institute of Statistics and Geography, Mexico)   

10:45

Session 1 introduction

Session 1 chair

  

10:50

 

10:55

 

11:05

 

11:15

 

11:25

Introducing statistical standards: Overview

Klas Blomqvist (Swedish Research Council)

- Generic Activity Model for Statistical Organizations (GAMSO)

Eva Holm (Statistics Sweden)

- Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM)

Thérèse Lalor (UNECE)

- Generic Statistical Information Model (GSIM)

Klas Blomqvist (Swedish Research Council)

- Common Statistical Production Architecture (CSPA)

Jakob Engdahl (Statistics Sweden)

 

 

GAMSO 

 

GSBPM v5 

 

GSIM

 

CSPA

Presentation-intro

 

Presentation

11:35Q&A--

11:50

 

11:55

 

12:05

 

12:15

Introducing geospatial standards: Overview

Chris Body (ISO/TC 211)

- Global Statistical Geospatial Framework (GSGF)

Martin Brady (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

- Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)

Ingo Simonis (OGC)

- International Organization for Standardization - Technical Committee 211 Geographic Information/Geomatics (ISO/TC 211)

Chris Body (ISO/TC 211)



Paper-GSGF

 


Presentation-intro

 

Presentation-GSGF

 

Presentation-OGC

 

Presentation-ISO/TC 211

 

12:25Q&A--
12:40Lunch  
13:55

Removing spatial silos: Delivering spatial statistics in the UK through standards

Ian Coady & Claire Dawson (Office for National Statistics, UK)

PaperPresentation
14:10

Exploring the role and application of Discrete Global Grid Systems to integrate statistical and geospatial information

Adam Lewis (Geoscience Australia)

 

 

Presentation
14:25

StatDCAT and GeoDCAT application profile

Ekkehard Petri (Eurostat) & Vlado Cetl (Joint Research Centre, European Commission)

Paper-StatDCAT

Paper-GeoDCAT

Presentation-StatDCAT

Presentation-GeoDCAT

14:40Q&A--
14:55Discussion & conclusions about Session 1--
15:25Break  

Panel sessions: Future Work Relevant to Statistical and Geospatial Standards

Session chairs: Carol Agius (EuroGeographics) & Martin Brady (Australian Bureau of Statistics)   

15:45

Panel 1: Ensuring collaboration across communities

Moderators: Carol Agius (EuroGeographics) & Martin Brady (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

Rapporteur: Tim Trainor (U.S. Census Bureau)

Panelists: Chris Body (ISO/TC 211)

Klas Blomqvist (Swedish Research Council)

Pier-Giorgio Zaccheddu (Fed. Agency for Cartography and Geodesy, Germany)

Janusz Dygaszewicz (Central Statistical Office, Poland)

Adam Lewis (Geoscience Australia)

Greg Scott (UN-GGIM)

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17:25Closing--
17:30End of Day 1--

Day 2 - Tuesday, 7th

   
TimeItemPaperPresentation

Session 2: Examples of Integrating Statistical and Geospatial Standards and Models

Session chairs: Marie Haldorson (Statistics Sweden) & Janusz Dygaszewicz (Central Statistical Office, Poland)   

9:00

Session 2 introduction

Session 2 chair

- 
9:05

Strategic framework for the integration of statistical and geospatial information in Africa

Andre Nonguierma (UNECA)

PaperPresentation
9:20

Integration of INSPIRE & SDMX data infrastructures

Vlado Cetl (Joint Research Centre, European Commission) & Ekkehard Petri (Eurostat)

PaperPresentation
9:35Q&A--
9:45

Mexico's experience in integrating geographic and statistical information 

Luis Gerardo Esparza (National Institute of Statistics and Geography, Mexico)

PaperPresentation
10:00

Integrating GSGF and GSBPM – Experiences from Official Statistics Germany

Kathrin Gebers & Susanne Schnorr-Baecker (Federal Statistical Office, Germany)

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Presentation
10:15Q&A--
10:25Break  
10:45

Location information in statistical modernisation transformation

Martin Brady (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

PaperPresentation
11:00

Towards connecting geospatial information and statistical standards in statistical production: Two cases from Statistics Finland

Rina Tammisto & Essi Kaukonen (Statistics Finland)

PaperPresentation
11:15Q&A--
11:25

The Experience of reusing WebGIS application templates applied to the integration of statistical and geospatial information

Pina Grazia Ticca (ISTAT)

PaperPresentation
11:40

Harmonization of statistical and geodetic divisions in the context of 10 level model, to develop a common framework as a standard of geospatial data production

Anna Sławińska (Central Statistical Office, Poland)

PaperPresentation
11:55Q&A--
12:05Lunch  
13:20

Integrating satellite imagery and geo-spatial data with administrative registration to produce official statistics

Lkhagvadulam Chimeddamba (National Statistical Office, Mongolia)

PaperPresentation
13:35

The collaborative approach between the Federal Statistical Office and the Federal Office of Topography for maintaining a geocoded building and dwelling register used as a base for the production of geostatistical data

Romain Douard (Federal Statistical Office, Switzerland)

PaperPresentation
13:50Q&A--
14:00Group discussion about Session 2--
15:00Report back--
15:30Break  

Session 3: Challenges and Solutions for Creating Geospatial Statistical Outputs

Session chairs: Ekkehard Petri (Eurostat) & Timothy Trainor (U.S. Census Bureau)   

15:50

Session 3 introduction

Session 3 chair

- 
15:55

Canada’s approach to integrating socio-economic and environmental statistics with geo-spatial information

Eric Rancourt (Statistics Canada)

PaperPresentation
16:10

Investigation of linked open data technologies for purposes of publishing georeferenced statistical data

Mirosław Migacz (Central Statistical Office, Poland) 

PaperPresentation
16:25Q&A--
16:35

World Grid Square Statistics and their application to data analytics

Aki-Hiro Sato (Kyoto University, Japan)

PaperPresentation
16:50

Location analytics in administrative data to produce House Price Statistics in Portugal

Francisco Vala (Statistics Portugal)

 Presentation
17:05Q&A--
17:15Closing--
17:20End of Day 2--

Day 3 - Wednesday, 8th   

TimeItemPaperPresentation
9:00

Day 3 opening

Session 3 chair

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9:05

Innovative effort to transform and expand dissemination of Census Bureau content to improve service to internal and external customers

Liang-Chi Wang (U.S. Census Bureau)

PaperPresentation
9:20

OGC Table Joining Service standard revision

Timo Aarnio (National Land Survey of Finland)

PaperPresentation
9:35Q&A--
9:45

Open tools for integrating geospatial statistical analysis into spatial data infrastructures

Benedikt Gräler (52°North GmbH)

Paper

Presentation
9:55

Enabling spatial research using German administrative data – A grid-cell approach

Dana Mueller (Institute for Employment Research)


Presentation
10:05Q&A--
10:15Break  

Panel sessions: Future Work relevant to Statistical and Geospatial Standards

Session chairs: Carol Agius (EuroGeographics) & Martin Brady (Australian Bureau of Statistics)   

10:35

Panel 2: Overcoming technical challenges

Moderators: Carol Agius (EuroGeographics) & Martin Brady (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

Rapporteur: Thérèse Lalor (UNECE)

Panelists: Ingo Simonis (OGC)

Márta Nagy-Rothengass (Eurostat)

Timo Aarnio (National Land Survey of Finland)

Ian Coady (Office for National Statistics, UK)

Tim Trainor (U.S. Census Bureau)

David Barraclough (OECD)

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12:15Final plenary discussion on workshop conclusions--
13:00

Closing remarks

Janusz Dygaszewicz (Central Statistical Office, Poland)

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13:10End of workshop--

 

 

 

 

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