Presentations from the Plan4all Conference 2017

The Plan4all Conference 2017 was held in the Czech Republic, 4 October 2017. The conference was recorded and is available on YouTube. The links to the channels including the links to individual presentations are below.



Plan4all Supports Climathon in Brno

Climathon is a global 24-hour climate change hackathon which will take place simultaneously in major cities around the world on 27 October 2017. It brings together the challenges of the world’s cities with the people who have the passion and ability to solve them. Climathon attracts innovators, entrepreneurs, students and professionals to create innovative solutions to cities climate challenges.

The particular one advertised through this news is the Climathon that will take place in Brno. This Climathon will be supported by Plan4all who will provide access to all major open datasets curated by the association.

For participation and more information, please visit the following website:

Live Stream from the JOINT (Plan4all) Conference (Wed 4/10/2017)

The Plan4all conference which is part of the JOINT conference will be streamed via a  youtube live stream (4th October from 10am until 2.30pm).

The preliminary programme of the live session is as follows::

10:05-12:00 Plan4Aall conference, chair: Karel Charvát

  • Karel Charvát – Plan4all introduction
  • Karel Charvát – Plan4all projects in negotiation (PoliVisu, Euxdat)
  • Michal Kepka – SensLog – solution for sensors and VGI
  • Otakar Čerba – Applications of Smart Points Of Interest
  • Dmitrii Kozhukh – SPARQL queries over Open Land Use, Open Transport Net and Smart Points Of Interest datasets
  • Karel Charvát – Future possibilities in Horizon 2020

12:00-13:30 Lunch

13:00-14:20 Plan4Aall conference, chair: Otakar Čerba
(20 minutes per speaker)

  • Jiří Bouchal – Traffic Volumes Visualization: the Pilsen Case
  • Dmitrii Kozhukh – Liberec, Environmental atlas
  • Šimon Leitgeb – Improving Open Land-Use Map with crowdsourcing
  • Karel Jedlička – Visualization of 3D data in the web environment – Open Land Use and Yield potential use cases

Join Our Efforts on Maintaining the Open Land Use Map

The Plan4all is the curator of the Open Land Use Map. The current data sources include mainly Corine Land Cover and Urban Atlas. In some countries, there are more detailed datasets that can be used to update the Open Land Use Map and improve its quality in terms of the level o detail.

Plan4all is calling for organisations that would be willing to join the efforts and contribute to maintain this valuable dataset. For this reason, the Plan4all association opened a call for members. Please, join the association and contribute to the common goal of creating Open Land Use Map.

The call for members is open until 25th September 2017 at

JOINT Conference 2017

This is a reminder of the JOINT Conference 2017 that will be held in the Kozel chateau in the Czech Republic on 4th and 5th October 2017.

The first day of the conference is international and all the presentations will be in English. The second day will be predominantly for the Czech audience and the presentations will be only in Czech.

The registration is open and you are cordially invited to submit a contribution.


Results of the INSPIRE Hack 2017

Adapted from Freepik design


The INSPIRE Hack 2017 was finalised on Tuesday 5th September 2017 at the INSPIRE Conference 2017. We had in total 11 teams working on interesting projects using open data, volunteered geographic information and citizen observatories.

All 11 teams presented their results to the audience and to the jury. The jury members included:

  • Karen Fullerton, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Digital Economy Unit, Italy
  • Jitka Faugnerová, Czech Environmental Information Agency, Czech Republic
  • Marie-Francoise Voidrot, Open Geospatial Consortium, France

Each team was evaluated by the jury based on the following criteria:

  1. INSPIRE, COPERNICUS and GEOSS relevance
  2. Innovation
  3. Environmental/societal value
  4. Interoperability

As a result the jury announced the three best teams/applications of the INSPIRE Hack 2017:

  1. TEAM 4 – 3D Open Land Use (Leader:Karel Jedlicka/University of West Bohemia)
  2. TEAM 8 – Geospatial User Feedback (Leader: Joan Masó/CREAF-UAB)
  3. TEAM 5 – Linked Data Generation (Leader: Raul Palma/PSNC)

The winner obtained a possibility to write a joint article that will be submitted to the International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research (, free webinar from BLB ( and propagation of the application through Plan4all, DataBio, NextGEOSS and SKIN websites and social media.

You can find all the presentations of the 11 hack teams at