Registro nacional de datos geográficos y el nuevo GeoPortal SNIG

  • Paulo Patrício Direção-Geral do Território
  • Danilo Furtado Direção-Geral do Território
  • Vanda Bica Direção-Geral do Território
  • Alexandra Fonseca Direção-Geral do Território
  • Ana Luísa Gomes Direção-Geral do Território
  • André Serronha Direção-Geral do Território
  • Henrique Silva Direção-Geral do Território
  • Sérgio Ferreira Direção-Geral do Território
  • Mário Caetano Direção-Geral do Território
Palabras clave: SNIG, RNDG, información geográfica, metadatos, Open Source

Resumen

SNIG es la Infraestructura Portuguesa de Datos Espaciales y
la Dirección General del Territorio (DGT) es responsable de su
coordinación operativa. En 2015 la DGT inició un proceso de
reestructuración estratégica y tecnológica de esta Infraestructura
de Datos Espaciales (IDE) y en 2019 la DGT lanzó el nuevo
GeoPortal SNIG y formalizó el Registro Nacional de Datos
Geográficos (RNDG). Esta nueva infraestructura se basa en la
tecnología Open Source y, además de mejorar el diseño de la
plataforma para hacer la interfaz más dinámica y fácil de usar,
también se han desarrollado nuevas funcionalidades para mejorar
la búsqueda de conjuntos de datos espaciales y procesos
de visualización. Este documento reflexiona sobre la evolución
del nuevo GeoPortal SNIG y la implementación del RNDG.

Biografía del autor

Paulo Patrício, Direção-Geral do Território

Paulo Patrício is since 2012 the Director of the Geodesy,
Cartography and Geographic Information Department
at the Directorate-General for the Territory (DGT). He
holds a degree in Surveying Engineering from the Lisbon
University and he worked for the Portuguese Army
Geographic Institute from 1996 until the year 2000.
From 2007 to 2010 he was the Head of the Acquisition
and Treatment of Geographic Information Division at
the Portuguese Geographic Institute and from 2010 to
2012 he was the Director of the Geodesy and Cartography
Department at the same Institute. He has 20 years
of experience working with GI, and in the last 8 years, as
department director, he is responsible for project management
and team coordination.

Vanda Bica, Direção-Geral do Território

She is a Geographic Engineer of Directorate-General for
the Territory (DGT). She has over 25 years of experience
in the area of geographic information. Since 2015 she
has been working on SNIG, the National Spatial Data
Infrastructure, and on the implementation of INSPIRE
Directive in Portugal. She has been collaborating on the
creation of web services, management and standardization
of metadata, implementation of the new SNIG´ s
GeoPortal and updating and developing SNIG´ s content.
Before that for about 10 years, she served as head
of division in the area of management and updating
cadastral data. She has co-authored several technical
documents and papers for congresses in matters related
to Geographic Information and Spatial Data Infrastructures.

Alexandra Fonseca, Direção-Geral do Território

Alexandra Fonseca is a researcher at Directorate-General
for the Territory (DGT). Her background is on Environmental Engineering and her PhD was focused on
the use of multimedia GIS for environmental impact
assessment. She is also part of CENSE, a research centre
on Environmental and Sustainability Research from the
New University of Lisbon (FCT/UNL). She has been involved,
for several years, in national and European projects
exploiting geographic information and ICT for environmental
concerns as well as in INSPIRE related projects.
She was part of the development team of the Portuguese
NSDI, SNIG, from 1994 to 1999. She has been part of
the INSPIRE Expert Group (2001-2007) and she is one of
the PT delegates in the INSPIRE MIG-P. Her present research
interests are related to Volunteered Geographic
Information (VGI). She is the author of several publications
in books, journals and conference proceedings.

Ana Luísa Gomes, Direção-Geral do Território

Ana Luisa Gomes is a researcher at Directorate-General
for the Territory (DGT). She has a PhD on Wilderness/
Conservation/Spatial Modelling from Portuguese Geographical
Institute (IGP), Lisbon, a MSc on Environmental/
GIS/Multimedia, National Centre of Geographical
Information (CNIG), Lisbon, and a BSc on Environmental
Engineering, New University of Lisbon. Her research
focuses on the development of protected area selection
techniques based on an expert system for modelling the
wilderness concept in Portugal. She has participated in
several projects related with GIS, Spatial Data Infrastructures,
Nature Conservation and INSPIRE implementation
(e.g. Cross-Forest, Cross-Nature, NATURE-SDI,
HELM, GIS4EU, HUMBOLDT).

André Serronha, Direção-Geral do Território

André Serronha has a degree in Geographic Engineering
and Civil Engineering. Since 2016 he teaches several
courses of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in
QGIS software and a module of the discipline of Spatial
Data Infrastructures in the master’s degree in GIS of the
Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. Since
2015, he has worked in the Directorate-General of the
Territory, in the team of the National Geographic Information
System (SNIG) and INSPIRE. He coordinates
and integrates Working Groups to support the understanding,
dissemination and implementation of INSPIRE
specifications in Portugal to harmonize spatial data sets
and geographic web services. From 2010 to 2015 he worked
at the former Portuguese Geographic Institute. He
was the coordinator of cartographic production at the
1:50 000 and 1: 100 000 scales and developer of many
Computer Aided Design and GIS applications.

Henrique Silva, Direção-Geral do Território

He works in the Directorate-General for the Territory
(DGT), in the Geodesy and Geographic Information Directory,
mainly in the area of metadata and catalog of
the national SDI – SNIG. In this context, he supported
most of the technical activities regarding the introduction
of the ISO and INSPIRE metadata specifications in
Portugal. Also, has been collaborating in other activities
regarding the implementation of the Directive, like
Monitoring and Reporting, and he was the coordinator
of the national technological working group for INSPIRE
implementation. Also, he works in the development
of the new technical specifications of the national
topographic cartography and he is a Java/ Javascript
programmer in the field of geographic information
systems.

Sérgio Ferreira, Direção-Geral do Território

He has a degree in Geography – variant of Cartography
and Geographic Information Systems (2008) and a
master in Geographic Information Systems – Technologies
and Applications (2013) from the University of
Lisbon. The professional activity has been in the area
of Geographic Information Systems, with particular
focus on Spatial Data Infrastructures. Currently he is
working has a research fellow at the Directorate-General
for the Territory (DGT).

Mário Caetano, Direção-Geral do Território

He is a principal investigator of Directorate-General
for the Territory (DGT) and since October 2014 he is the
Deputy Director-General of DGT with responsibilities
on geographic information, remote sensing and the
national spatial data infrastructure. Since 2000 he is
an Associate Professor at Information Management
School from the New University of Lisboa (NOVA IMS).
Mário Caetano has a degree in Forest Engineering
from the Lisboa University of Technology (1989), a
MSc in Geography from the University of California,
Santa Barbara (1995), a Ph.D. in Forestry (2000) from
the Lisboa University of Technology, and a Habilitation
in Information Management from ISEGI-NOVA (2013).
Research interests include information systems and
management, spatial analysis and the use of remote
sensing data for land cover land use (LCLU) characterisation
and environment monitoring. He is the author
of more than 150 publications in books, journals and
conference proceedings.

Publicado
2020-03-01
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