The problems and the delay with the implementation of INSPIRE in Bulgaria have been discussed, analysed and documented by several members of AGISEE, as well as solutions proposed. Ulrich Boes, president of AGISEE, has done so at various occasions, the last time in an interview recorded in the journal Geomedia, issue 6 of 2012. A more recent paper presented by Lyubka Pashova and Temenoujka Bandrova, Bulgaria, members of AGISEE, at the International Conference Spatial Data Infrastructures and Spatial Information Management 2013, analysed the status of INSPIRE in Bulgaria, Europe and the neighbouring countries of Bulgaria. They concluded that these problems can be overcome with a new organizational structure, with new institutions and state bodies with interest in SDI.The paper can be downloaded from the conference web site.
The International Conference Spatial Data Infrastructures and Spatial Information Management 2013 (SDI & SIM 2013) took place in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia from 13 to 16 November 2013 with the support of AGISEE. The programme as well as the papers and prsentations can be viewed and donwloaded from the conference web site.
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