The technical guidelines presented in this webinar should assist those working with mineral
resources and harmonisation of raw materials data at country level to Extract, Transform and
Load (ETL) the data to INSPIRE databases.
In addition, the examples of national data set harmonisation of primary and secondary raw
material information with INSPIRE compliant protocols will enable successful collection of
data, the harmonisation of national information must be carried out with the use of INSPIRE
compliant classification that is established in an Excel form entitled as a code list, then
transferred to Access relational database. Once the harmonisation of national information is
established it should be used to set up the database ready for harvesting (in PostgreSQL).
Moreover, the harvesting system for collecting and validating data proposed in ORAMA
establishes, improves, extends and disseminates the national geological databases to the
common European geological data infrastructure.