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ENVIROFI is one of eight use case projects within the first phase of the public-private partnership programme on the Internet of the Future (FI-PPP)




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ENVIROFI is funded by the EU Seventh Framework Programme under the FI.ICT-2011.1.8 Work Programme.

 
 
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The ENVIROFI Catalogue is the central repository for implementations of Specific Enablers (SE) for the environmental Usage Area within the Future Internet Public Private Partnership programme (FI-PPP).  In addition, the catalogue presents the ENVIROFI pilot scenarios - concrete examples of adopting a combination of ENVIROFI Specific Enablers and FI-Ware Generic Enablers (GE) for domain specific tasks.
  
The aim of INSPIRE Conference 2013 was to further exchange views and experiences on how INSPIRE is meeting past and emerging challenges and needs. To identify new opportunities and to finally, reflect collectively on how INSPIRE can further evolve to maximise its benefits for society.
The INSPIRE Conference 2013 took place from Sunday 23rd - Thursday 27th June 2013 in Florence, Italy.
ENVIROFI workshop was held on Sunday, from 14:00 to 16:00. See Workshop description   
The ENVIROFI Day event took place on 6 March 2013, as part of a whole week of related activities, also including the 1st User Conference on Eye on Earth (4-6 March 2013) and the EUROGI Imagine Conference: Unlocking the Power of Geographic Information Today and Tomorrow (7-8 March 2013) at the Dublin National Convention Centre in IrelandPresentations are available!   
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Large European communities generate significant amounts of valuable environmental observations at local and regional scales using mobile communication devices, computers and sensors which are mostly connected to the internet. These communities environmental observations represent a wealth of information which is currently unused and therefore in need for integration with other fragmented data and information sources, traditionally managed by research and educational institutions and industries.



ENVIROFI will consolidate the Future Internet requirements from the Environmental Usage Area perspective and provide important specifications and prototypes of interoperable geospatial Environmental Enablers. These will be deployed in the Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Marine environments in collaboration with large stakeholder communities; and set the stage for large-scale trials in the Environmental Usage Area with a perspective of achieving sustainable socio-economic progress in Europe.
 
 
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