- Metadata published (2013)
- Webservices exposing existing data (OGC WMS/WFS) (2013)
- Data harmonized (2020)
- 24x7 availability
- 99% uptime
- View service < 5 seconds
- Start download < 20 seconds
- Support for 20 or more concurrent users
The stakeholders (ministries, Kadaster, network operators, and excavators) have agreed and decided to adapt the existing KLIC-Online system to satisfy both WION and the INSPIRE-US requirements. There are some challenges including authentication, authorization, and accounting (A3), how to include the private sector, specifically telecom, and the IT architecture. Different architectures have been proposed including centralized, distributed, and a hybrid model.
An outline of the KLIC-WIN development program is expected to be completed by Spring 2014. It will be based on a concrete use case of INSPIRE-US.