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Partner: TRAGSATEC

Location: The strength of the pilot is that if a standardization of the data and metadata modelling for this kind of environmental tourism is defined, some other standards will appear for the specific hardware that is needed for its representation and the idea of environmental tourism could equally be developed in the whole Europe.

Service and user scenario:
The objective within a Nature Restricted Areas (NRA), as the European Nature 2000 Network defines, is the survival of species in danger of extinction, contributing at the same time to soften the impact of human activities. They are the instrument to nature conservation in the European Union.
For the development of this pilot obviously it is not possible to choose a NRA, but for the purposes of this pilot a similar natural area has been chosen in Soria.
The objective of this pilot is to develop a system that, using real nature information and adding metadata to real images (texts, images, sounds, etc.), allows improving environmental tourism with a real respective nature observation. Introducing interpretation information and augmented reality we will particularly protect fragile areas.
The base information will be:
• Cartographic information for long distance scenes (landscape)
• Topographic information for short distance scenes (some trees, flowers, rocks…)
On top of this cartographic/topographic information there are a lot of metadata that could be georeferenced, as for example:
• Nature data: species, flora and fauna, names,
• Historic data: reconstruction of ruins, dates and facts
• Landscape: name of villages, mountains, etc.

Use of environmental data:
Environmental information can be used in a wide range of areas apart from environmental education or nature interpretation, it can also be used for historical or cultural heritage, evaluation of new edification impact, etc.

Stakeholders involved:
The main company involved in the development of this pilot is TRAGSATEC. Some other collaborators are hardware manufacturing companies. The Spanish autonomic administration “Junta de Castilla y León” is the main stakeholder for this pilot.

Users involved:
In the development of the pilot the users are the Public Administration and tourists.

Policy / business model:
Coherent with TRAGSA role towards the Spanish Government.

Web application:
http://habitatspre.tragsatec.es/visorRa/

Cooperation/ data sharing:
Hiking Trip Planner (IT)
Sheep and Goat Herd Management (IT)
Czech National Forest Programme (CZ)
FAO
HSRS
IMCS

 

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