The annual ‘Nationally designated areas’ (CDDA) reporting data flow to the European Environment Agency (EEA) has changed in 2018 with the final aim of reusing the achievements of INSPIRE implementation to build a more efficient and automated reporting data flow. The complete data reporting (spatial datasets and related specific thematic data) is obtained through a “linked approach” in which the geospatial information contained in the INSPIRE Protected Sites data sets is combined with the relevant thematic information.
The INSPIRE Helpdesk will be present to the INSPIRE Conference 2017 to support all INSPIRE implementers!
If you are planning to attend, don’t miss the opportunity to join us at booth B2 as well as to participate to workshops and presentations involving our helpdesk team:
Tuesday September 5
@ 9:00 am - Room A