Der schleswig-holsteinische Infrastrukturknoten der Marinen Dateninfrastruktur Deutschland
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The Marine Data Infrastructure Germany (MDI-DE) is a thematic network of federal and state organizations. It was created mainly to enable the reporting requirements for the European Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) to be carried out technically and organisationally. From a technical-conceptual point of view, it is a spatial data infrastructure (SDI), which is by numerous components. Each participating institution operates an infrastructure node (ISK) consisting of the following three basic components: services for providing data, metadata and a database. In addition to these core components, further modules are implemented at the ISK, for instance, a coastal gazetteer or a presentation of monitoring data. The paper examines the strategic orientation of the Schleswig-Holstein infrastructure node, the functions it assumes in the MDI-DE network and other target environments. The technical base components and extensions, like a WPS-demonstrator or the coastal gazetteer, are described.