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AgID is actively involved in the main activities listed below.



The PELL Project (Public Energy Living Lab), under the responsibility of ENEA, is part of the Three-Year Plan of the "Electrical System Research" 2015/17 and in particular in the D6 Project "Development of an integrated model of urban Smart district" related to the Research subject "Smart Cities and Smart Communities". From the operational point of view, PELL is a geographic information system aiming to provide services for the efficiency of national public lighting.

AgID contributes to the project with the support to the definition of the technical specifications of the PELL and public lighting data model and to the implementation of the platform.



SINFI (National Federated Information System of Physical Infrastructures), established by the Decree of the Minister of Economic Development 11 May 2016, represents the cadastre of physical infrastructures available on the national territory. It is the reference tool for the new ultra-broadband strategy, managed by Infratel Italia on behalf of the Ministry of Economic Development.

AgID contributes to the project with the support for the definition and maintenance of technical specifications (approved by the SINFI Coordination and Monitoring Committee, of which an AgID representative is part) and the implementation of the platform, the collection and validation of data compliant with the aforementioned specific.



AgID was nominated as submitting organization for the INSPIRE registers and register federation. The tasks of the submitting organisations mainly shall be to collect, consolidate and submit proposals for changes to the content of the central INSPIRE registers and proposals for inclusion of additional registers in the INSPIRE register federation to the register manager.

In that context, AgID is also in charge of the INSPIRE Italia Registry that provides a central access point to a number of nationally managed registers.



AgID participates with its own experts in the activities of the working groups set up within the INSPIRE MIG (Maintenance and Implementation Group).

The sub-group 2017.4 Validation and testing testing is currently working in relation to the implementation of a common reference validator for metadata, data and services available within the INSPIRE infrastructure.



The National Committee for the Spatial and Environmental Information, established with the art. 11 of the Legislative Decree no. 32/2010, is the coordination structure across all the public administrations responsible for collecting spatial data sets, as well as the structure supporting the Ministry of the environment and the protection of the territory and the sea in the scope of the provision of measures for the operation of the national infrastructure for spatial information and environmental monitoring. The operating procedures of the Committee have been defined with the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers 12 January 2016.

AgID participates in the Committee with its own representative and in the work of the technical sections (established within the Committee) with its own experts.



ELISE (European Location Interoperability Solutions for e-Government) is an action supported under the ISAprogramme aiming to break down barriers and promote a coherent and consistent approach to the sharing and reuse of location data across borders and sectors, supporting Better Regulation goals in terms of EU policy and the Digital Single Market strategy in the context of digital transformation of public services.

AgID participates with its own representative in the Working Group on geospatial solution.



AgID participates in the National Committee of the UN-GGIM (Global Geospatial Information Management). UN-GGIM aims to address global challenges regarding the use of geospatial information, including in the development agendas, and to serve as a body for global policymaking in the field of geospatial information management.



AgID leads the Working Group on the definition of the professional profiles related to geographic information, in the more general context of the unregulated professional figures operating in the ICT sector. The draft specification defined in the WG is now awaiting publication by UNI.