Several years of cooperation between the Arctic Regional Hydrographic Commission and the Arctic SDI is now formalized through a Joint Statement of Intent. The purpose of the collaboration is to “facilitate bringing land and marine data together in an infrastructure that connects users across domains to the spatial data valued to support research, planning, and […]
Together with colleagues from Arctic Data Committee, Southern Ocean Observing System and Standing Committee on Antarctic Data Management representatives from the Arctic SDI has participated in the development of the the document “Alignment of Polar Data Policies“. The document examines the state and recent developments of global and important regional data policies, as well as […]
Arctic SDI Biennial Report 2019 2021 – developing the Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Arctic – report by the outgoing Icelandic Chairship on achievements during the 2 year chairship period. The report also gives insight in the status of Arctic SDI Services, cooperation with key stakeholders and partners as well as status on major projects […]
See the slides prepared for the presentation which includes a general introduction to Arctic SDI, the collaboration and outreach activities and a special focus on metadata harvesting tools. Arctic SDI presentation at the IHO MSDIWG Meeting – March 2021
Eydís Líndal Finnbogadóttir, chair of Arctic SDI participated in the Arctic Council SAO plenary meeting 17. – 19. November 2020. The main focus of her talk and video presentation was the importance of making Arctic Council Working Groups data available online in a standardized manner. That would increase the visibility of the Arctic Council work, […]
See Presentation: A method for producing a catalogue for Arctic SDI Aggregating information about services and data is essential: • Reduce duplicated effort, in both data collection and distribution • Understand what information is available and what needs further collecting / research – “a map of data” • Discovery of relevant data provided outside of […]
Presentation – Arctic Data Interoperability Workshop A key output will be a common architecture between Polar Data System diverse data pools and Arctic SDI standards and policy best practices.
See the Arctic SDI Presentation slides by the National Land Survey of Finland, the Swedish Mapping, Cadastre and Land Registration Authority and Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation, Natural Resources Canada at the Third Polar Data Forum, Helsinki, Finland 21 November 2019
See the ARMSDIWG and Arctic SDI joint presentation “Access to Land and Marine Data to Face Challenges in the Arctic” at the UN-GGIM 9th Session Working Group on Marine Geospatial Information Side Event, 5 August 2019. ARMSDIWG is the Arctic Regional Marine Spatial Data Working Group – established by the Arctic Regional Hydrographic Commission. The […]
In May 2019 Finland handed over the Chairmanship of the Arctic SDI cooperation to Iceland. In the Arctic SDI Biennial report 2017 – 2019 you can read about Arctic SDI achiements during the Finnish Chairmanship.