|Node Guadalquivir River Basin Authority|
The Guadalquivir River Basin Authority is the body of the Guadalquivir Basin, and its competence is the hydrological planning of water resources which flow through the demarcation of the Guadalquivir, the execution of works of general interest as well as the management of water affecting the provinces of Badajoz, Ciudad Real, Albacete and Murcia, and the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla. This requires an enormous amount of data related to water and land, which are represented on digital mapping.
The application of this information by citizens and different institutions requires a significant mobilization of resources. That is why, in recent years, it has been working in the construction of a system that, in addition to bringing together alphanumeric map information and proven quality, provides remote access to geospatial data, with special emphasis on meeting the standards of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and the 19100 series of standards the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Also, facing the implementation of the requirements of the Directive Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe (INSPIRE) and its transposition law to national scope, has paid attention to the recommendations of the Working Group on Spatial Data Infrastructure of Spain (GT-IDEE).
Ultimately, the Spatial Data Infrastructure of the Guadalquivir River Basin Authority (IDE-CHG) aims to facilitate access to spatial information, both institutionally and in terms of its own citizens, and to optimize decision-making within the agency.
The ultimate goal is to facilitate the understanding of the complex geographic reality of the watershed and enhance relationships with users through a greater presence on the web, using a set of standards, protocols and interoperability specifications.
Url Goportal access to the Guadalquivir River Basin Authority: