EURopean ADdress INfrastructure is an EU project: European Address harmonization, Bruxelles, June 15, 2010
EURADIN

EURADIN – EURopean ADdress INfrastructure is an EU project that aims at constituting a Best Practice Network in order to promote the European Address harmonization regarding the definition, registration and access to the European Address Data. EURADIN has been working to develop a practical implementation of the INSPIRE Directive’s address theme covering as many countries in Europe as possible.
Participants on this event, to take place in Brussels, on 15th June 2010, will hear on the findings and conclusions of the project.

At the occasion of the Conference the European Address Forum (EAF) will be launched. EAF is an open forum that aims to encourage the development of well constructed addressing processes and the availability and efficient use of harmonized and good quality address data throughout Europe using the framework of the INSPIRE Directive and related standards for the benefit of citizens, business and government. EAF has been created in the context of EURADIN, but it is an open forum for all stakeholders involved in addressing processes, and in the collection, maintenance, use and dissemination of address data. At the EAF session the document that defines the objectives and sets up initial working rules of the Forum will be discussed.

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About fjbehr

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Behr, Professor of Geoinformatics at Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences (http://www.gis-management.de/). His specializations include * Internet, Internet GIS * XML, GML, SVG * Data exchange and Interoperability * Visualization * Open Source Solutions * Consulting Member of the DIN working group NA 005-03-03 AA "Arbeitsausschuss Kartographie und Geoinformation" (Sp CEN/TC 287+ISO/TC 211). He is the author of two authoritative books on GIS in German, one is "Strategisches GIS-Management", published by Wichmann Verlag (2004). The second is "Einführung in Geographische Informationssysteme" (1997).

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