Geosparc

The geospatial architects

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The scope of geospatial data extends far beyond environmental, social and economic analysis, a study by UN-GIMM: Europe has found. Research by the regional committee of experts shows that information about location also plays a key role in implementing policy to help address a wide range of concerns at regional, national and global level. The report, which is the first deliverable of the Working Group on core data, has identified 14 INSPIRE themes which can support the UN’s sustainable development goals (SDGs) and meet user needs for authoritative, harmonized and homogeneous framework core data.

UN-GGIM: Europe will now contribute its findings to help establish an agreed set of global fundamental geospatial data themes to meet the need for harmonised transboundary and transnational information.

“We know that many of the SDGs require dependable geographic information to measure, monitor and manage sustainable development,” says Chair of the UN-GGIM: Europe Executive Committee, Bengt Kjellson from Sweden.

“Core data may be used as a framework on which other richer, more detailed, thematic geospatial and statistical data rely. UN-GGIM: Europe believes that it should be produced once for national and regional uses with maximum resolution, and then provided to international users if necessary through generalising and aggregating processes.”

“Our research has focused on determining which themes within INSPIRE are useful for this process using case studies from Member States. We have also found substantial agreement in the definitions of fundamental data used by a number of projects from across the world.”

“By cross-referencing these findings, we conclude that there are 14 reference data and thematic INSPIRE themes that can help to unleash the power of where to help make the world a better place.”

The INSPIRE themes identified as ‘core’ for the SDGs are:

  • Administrative themes that provide a hook for integration with other data; namely administrative units, statistical units, geographical names, addresses, cadastral parcels, area management/restriction/regulation and reporting units, and governmental services.
  • Themes that provide a topographic description of a territory: elevation, land cover, land use, orthoimagery, buildings, transport networks and hydrography.

The report is available at www.un-ggim-europe.org.

Geosparc is very much involved in INSPIRE projects. If you have an INSPIRE project or you want more information about our INSPIRE know-how: contact us via www.geosparc.com

In Kortrijk wordt veel gebouwd en verbouwd. Wie zaken zoals een container, verhuislift of kraan wenst te plaatsen op het openbaar domein kan dit voortaan volledig digitaal aanvragen. Per jaar krijgt de stad meer dan 3.000 aanvragen voor innames van het openbaar domein. De hele procedure kan voortaan digitaal worden afgehandeld: van de aanvraag tot en met het verkrijgen en betalen van de toelating. Dit is een nieuwe stap vooruit voor Kortrijk Renoveert, dat de Kortrijkzaan aan het renoveren wil krijgen. Het is ook een volgende stap in de uitbouw van het Thuisloket, een ambitie uit het ICT beleidsplan.

Wie het openbaar domein wil innemen, moet een toelating aanvragen. Deze nieuwe toepassing kan gebruikt worden voor volgende toelatingen: inname openbaar domein (3000 aanvragen per jaar n.a.v. werken en verhuisbewegingen), aanbrengen uitstallingen (200 per jaar), plaatsen van horecaterrassen (50 per jaar), aanbrengen werfafscherming (25 per jaar). Innames in het kader van evenementen verlopen momenteel nog via een apart evenementenloket dat in een latere fase nog wordt uitgebreid.

Schepen van ICT Philippe De Coene: “In 2013 realiseerden we één digitaal aanspreekpunt voor de vier betrokken diensten: Stadsplanning, Mobiliteit, Parko en Politiezone Vlas. Nu gaan we nog een stap verder. Je kan van thuis uit, de klok rond, een aanvraag indienen en volledig afhandelen. Ook de Stad, Parko en de Politiezone hebben baat bij deze digitale vereenvoudiging, die tal van manuele tussenstappen uitschakelt.”

Schepen van Bouwen en Wonen Wout Maddens: “Nu kan alles via één aanvraag en doorloopt het gebruiksvriendelijke systeem automatisch de noodzakelijke stappen. Je kan zelf op een slimme kaart aanduiden waar je de container, kraan of lift wil plaatsen. Je krijgt dan ook onmiddellijk melding indien er op hetzelfde moment en dezelfde plaats al werken of een anderen inname gepland zouden zijn. Je krijgt onmiddellijk te zien hoeveel het zal kosten en je kan online betalen.”

Schepen van Mobiliteit en Infrastructuur Axel Weydts: “De nieuwe aanpak is eenvoudig, duidelijk en overzichtelijk. Via dezelfde weg kan je aangeven of je parkeerverbodsborden nodig hebt. Parko koppelt dit systeem ook aan de nummerplaatherkenning in het winkel- en wandelgbied.”

De communicatie rond de hele aanvraag verloopt per mail. Je aanvraag wordt behandeld en je krijgt via mail de vraag tot online betaling. Zodra de betaling in orde is, krijg je de toelating inname openbaar domein in jouw mailbox. Het is dus niet langer nodig om nog via overschrijving te betalen of documenten af te halen. Interessant om weten is dat de behandeling van een inname zonder hinder drie dagen in beslag neemt. Voor een inname met hinder, waarvoor je als aanvrager een signalisatiemachtiging nodig hebt, duurt de behandeling tien dagen.

De toepassing van firma Geosparc uit Gent betekent een investering van bijna 73.000 euro en een jaarlijkse onderhoudskost van 7.500 euro. Alle vergunningen worden onmiddellijk toegevoegd aan een globale Vlaamse databank voor hinder op het openbaar domein (GIPOD databank van Agentschap Informatie Vlaanderen). Dit draagt bij tot meer transparantie en kan mogelijke conflicten met andere aanvragen of werken voorkomen. Iedereen kan de databank raadplegen via http://www.geopunt.be/hinder-in-kaart. De informatie is ook meteen beschikbaar als open data (http://opendata.vlaanderen.be/dataset?q=gipod) en zo klaar voor integratie in allerhande toepassingen zoals apps voor navigatie.

 

 

The INSPIRE Directive launched by the European Union in 2007 has lead to a number of solutions being created in order to solve the problem of converting existing geospatial data into data that meets the INSPIRE Directive standard. But, even before the directive was launched, there were a number of solutions developed that could convert country specific data into a more ‘standard’ format. These solutions largely came in the form of ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) tools which assist only in the conversion of simple data types. Because every European member state has its own data in its own format, these ETL tools only separately convert every type of data for every member state. They don’t provide a singular conversion method that can transform any type of data to meet the INSPIRE standard.

Geospatial software developer Pieter De Graef from Geosparc has been instrumental in the development of such a data-conversion solution at DOV (Databank Ondergrond Vlaanderen - Database Subsoil Flanders). While the solution has been very useful, it does not provide a one-size-fits-all solution to converting different types of data, and only supports very basic conversion algorithms. Each converted map is configured in its own individual manner, meaning that no two datasets can be converted in the same way. “The solution works if you have one or two datasets, but if you have hundreds, you need more automation. Besides, we still have no way of supporting the more complex conversions that INSPIRE requires” says Pieter.

If the INSPIRE Directive is to be fully instituted across all of Europe in an efficient and cost-effective manner, it will necessitate a solution with greater flexibility. The new solution will need to be user-friendly to the degree that it doesn’t require a programmer to operate it. If such an application were to be created, hundreds of geospatial datasets could be converted to meet INSPIRE Directive standards in a short time. That’s why Pieter is now working as one of the top developers on an open source web GIS solution called INSPIRE>>GIS. The finished INSPIRE>>GIS solution will be able to simplify the data conversion process, making it possible for companies to easily meet the INSPIRE standards without having to hire a programmer. Automation will be key to the application’s purpose, as datasets will be able to be periodically converted to meet the INSPIRE Directive standards with the use of a simple user interface. In addition to this, it will allow for users to visualize and analyze the converted data.

The geospatial INSPIRE solution is still being worked on and fine-tuned, and several companies are already using aspects of it to convert existing geospatial data into data that meets the INSPIRE Directive standards. Importantly, INSPIRE>>GIS is capable of converting different types of data from any part of Europe, making it a one-size-fits-all data conversion tool that provides quick and easy conversion.

DOV’s application has been a source of inspiration for INSPIRE>>GIS. By being innovative in the creation of tools and applications that can convert and manage geospatial data, DOV has provided a perfect case study to prove that a data conversion application can be a reality and save costs in the process of converting geospatial data to meet the INSPIRE standards. DOV has been vital in the geospatial data conversion process from 1996 to the present. With the capacity to save money and increase efficiency, INSPIRE>>GIS and similar solutions could be just as vital to DOV in the future.

If you would like to view a live demo of the INSPIRE>>GIS solution, come see Geosparc at the Geospatial World Forum in Amsterdam. Interested in further information? Contact us via email at jan.pote@geosparc.com.

It has been nearly 9 years since the INSPIRE Directive was launched by the European Commission in an effort to create a uniform infrastructure for geospatial data that can be used interchangeably across all 28 member states of the European Union. Over this time, the INSPIRE community has made great strides in properly establishing this infrastructure. But, while progress has undoubtedly been made, there is still much work to be done, and vital resources yet to be fully explored. 

One such resource is the Open Source Geospatial Foundation, or OSGeo. A non-profit community consisting of passionate and innovative geospatial software developers, OSGeo is dedicated to providing solutions to geospatial problems through the use of open source software. By leveraging the talent and vision of the OSGeo community through funding and organizing the creation of new open source software, the INSPIRE community could forge a healthy and productive relationship with OSGeo, fostering an atmosphere of openness and technological progression.  In this open and progressive atmosphere, the INSPIRE Directive to establish a regulated, cross-border geospatial infrastructure could be fully instituted in a much more efficient and flexible manner.

Dirk Frigne, Geosparc's CEO, vice president of OSGeo Europe and also actively involved in the INSPIRE community is a leading advocate of strengthening the relationship between the two communities. He organizes a workshop at the Geospatial World Forum in which members of the OSGeo community present their innovative software projects to members of the INSPIRE community. This allows for important discussion between the two communities, where they can share common ground and grow a better understanding of how the open source software created by OSGeo can benefit the INSPIRE community.

One of the softwares being presented at the Geospatial World Forum (Rotterdam, 23-26 May 2016) this year is a web GIS application called INSPIRE>>GIS. Though it’s still in its building phase, the geospatial INSPIRE application, which was created with OSGeo open source software, is already being utilized by several companies to convert existing geospatial data into data that meets the INSPIRE Directive standards.

The finished INSPIRE>>GIS application will be able to simplify the data conversion process, making it possible for companies to easily meet the INSPIRE standards without having to hire a developer. An easy-to-navigate user interface will make converting to, visualising, and analyzing INSPIRE-standardized data as simple as a few clicks of a mouse.

The INSPIRE>>GIS application is indicative of what’s possible when the passionate and innovative minds of the OSGeo community meld with the experience and discipline present in the INSPIRE community. Of course, INSPIRE>>GIS is just the tip of the iceberg. There are still many aspects of the INSPIRE Directive that are yet to be carried out. Just imagine what a stronger collaboration between the two communities could achieve.

Though INSPIRE>>GIS is not yet fully launched, it hints at the collaborative potential between the OSGeo and INSPIRE communities. Realizing this potential could be vital in fully establishing the INSPIRE Directive standards across all of Europe.

If you would like to view a live demo of the INSPIRE>>GIS solution, come see Geosparc at the Geospatial World Forum in Amsterdam. Interested in further information? Contact us via email at jan.pote@geosparc.com. Or check out the INSPIRE>>GIS solution on this website.

Geosparc will unveil and demonstrate the new version of INSPIRE GIS, the complete and easy to use GIS solution for INSPIRE.  The open source INSPIRE»GIS solution was developed by 3 highly experienced GIS software companies Geosparc, we»transform and Epsilon Italia.

The  INSPIRE»GIS stack brings you explorative modelling, ETL made for INSPIRE, Enterprise grade geo data management, very fast publishing services, GIS analytics and the ability to compose and share your own Web GIS application.

Want to visit us at the Geospatial World Forum? Drop by or make an appointment to see how  INSPIRE»GIS can help you implementing the European INSPIRE directives.

E-mail: jan.pote@geosparc.com

Practicals: World Trade Centre, Rotterdam, Booth 35 // From 23 till 26 May 2016

About us

We create digital maps for our clients. We create those digital maps based on open data, commercial data and proprietary data. And then, we integrate those digital maps within our clients specific application, within any software they use (CRM, ERP, Document Management System, etc) or within their business processes. This integration results in better business decision-making, more efficient operations and brand new insights. In doing so we help our clients unlock the full potential of spatial information contributing to a smarter, safer and more eco-friendly world.

Our team consists of consummate professionals from software engineers, project managers, consultants, business developers, to finance & admin people. Everyone of us has specialist expertise that complements the team and a single-minded focus to serve our customers as best as we can.

Our priority
Our utmost priority is customer satisfaction

Our values
Our core values are integrity, respect and sustainability

Our beliefs
We believe in teamwork and win-win partnerships to benefit our customers

Our approach
We have a penchant for open source technologies and believe in the power of sharing ideas and resources

Our partners play a pivotal role in bringing Geosparc’s Web GIS solutions to market, by spreading the word about our world-class GIS solutions, and by implementing our solutions and complementing them with their own offerings and local support services. We believe in win-win when working with our partners and in fully leveraging each other’s strengths to accomplish great things. We are building a network of partners with system integrators, value added resellers, software developers and consultants. If you are interested in partnering with us, we’d like to hear from you!

Whether on a local, national or international level, governments need to leverage geospatial information to improve administrative procedures, coordinate with other government bodies and to better service their citizens. Governments need scalable, secure and reliable Web GIS solutions.
The INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe) directive requires all European governments to build a spatial infrastructure that links all European geospatial information producers and users to create a Europe-wide spatial network. Geosparc can help integrate this spatial information into applications that support decision making, and that update and validate data authenticity. Geosparc has a vast experience in working with governments on developing and deploying Web GIS solutions providing scalable, reliable and secure geospatial solutions.

Federal, State, Local, Europe
De slimme manier om het gebruik van openbaar domein te reserveren en te beheren

Spotbooking is een eenvoudige, gebruiksvriendelijke oplossing om innames openbaar domein (IOD) aan te vragen, te verwerken en te handhaven binnen een gemeente of stad met link naar GIPOD (verplicht vanaf 7 juli 2016).

 

Via een gebruiksvriendelijk aanvraagformulier kunnen personen en organisaties aanvragen indienen voor het tijdelijk innemen van openbaar domein, voor bijvoorbeeld verhuizen, verbouwingen, terrassen enz. Aanvragers kunnen, naast het ingeven van de nodige gegevens, hun inname zelf intekenen op een kaart via een gebruiksvriendelijke interface. Dergelijke aanvragen kunnen thuis of op kantoor aangemaakt worden of aan het loket bij de gemeente.

Met de IOD verwerkingstoepassing kan de lokale overheid aanvragen behandelen, goedkeuren of weigeren. Door het systeem van adviesverlening, waar verschillende instanties (vb. politie, parkeerbedrijf, brandweer) advies bij een aanvraag kunnen geven, wordt de overheid ondersteund bij het nemen van de correcte beslissing.

Wanneer aanvragen toegekend zijn kunnen handhavers ze raadplegen. Via een mobiele web toepassing kunnen ze een overzicht krijgen van afgelopen, lopende en toekomstige aanvragen op de locatie waar hij/ zij zich bevindt, zowel in een lijst als visueel op de kaart. De handhavers kunnen tenslotte via een desktop web toepassing een overzicht en details van de aanvraag op voorhand opzoeken en afdrukken voor ze op het terrein gaan.

Koppeling met GIPOD
De toepassing voorziet een directe koppeling met het GIPOD, bij het indienen van een aanvraag wordt deze onmiddellijk en automatisch doorgegeven naar het GIPOD. Tijdens het indienen van aanvragen worden tevens de gegevens vanuit het GIPOD gebruikt om overlappende innames en conflicten te detecteren.

Openheid
De gegevens binnen de toepassing worden via web services ontsloten, en zijn zo beschikbaar voor externe toepassingen. Hierdoor kan bijvoorbeeld het parkeerbedrijf toegang krijgen tot de toegekende innames en gekoppelde nummerplaten om zo verdere opvolging te doen binnen haar bestaande processen en tools.

Betaling
Afhankelijk van de gekozen formule kan er een reservatiekost aangerekend worden voor goedgekeurde aanvragen. U kan er dan voor opteren deze reservatiekosten door te rekenen aan de aanvrager.

Spotbooking bevat ook een betalingssysteem (koppeling met de Ingenico Payment Services, voorheen OGONE) voor een vlotte afhandeling van betalingen. Bij gebruik van deze dienst worden transactiekosten aangerekend afhankelijk van het betalingsverkeer

SaaS oplossing
Spotbooking wordt aangeboden als een SaaS oplossing (afkorting van Software as a Service, ofwel het aanbieden en gebruiken van software via internet). Gebruikers van de software betalen de software in een abonnementsvorm naar gebruik in plaats van het eenmalig aankopen van software. Dit wil zeggen dat de toepassing SPOTBOOKING wordt aangeboden aan de medewerkers van steden en gemeenten en de burgers via een standaard browser. Geosparc staat in voor de servers, databanken, backups, updates, patches, … kortom, dat het platform beschikbaar, bereikbaar en vlot toegankelijk is voor iedere gebruiker. Voordeel voor de steden en gemeenten: onderhoud, service en support voor de software zijn volledig uitbesteed. Een aankoop van de software is niet nodig. Bovendien kan de gemeente kiezen om de kosten voor het gebruik door te rekenen aan de aanvragers, waardoor de kost voor de gemeente sterk wordt gereduceerd.

The first complete and easy to use GIS solution for INSPIRE

And, it seamlessly integrates with your existing tools.

Do you think INSPIRE should be easier to implement? From now on, INSPIRE is not hard to implement anymore.  Even better: by seamlessy integrating ti with your existing tools, it starts adding value to your processes from day one. With INSPIRE»GIS  you can get started in no time using the Cloud version or by getting your own customized and on-premise installation. 

The INSPIRE directive is a framework and timetable for sharing spatial data within the European Union in a multinational, multiagency spatial data infrastructure (SDI). INSPIRE technologies and permissions tie data producers and users together into a single geospatial information-sharing community. So far the good news. The other news is that, up till now, this could be a cumbersome project to achieve. No more. 3 highly experienced GIS software companies developed the Open Source INSPIRE»GIS stack: Geosparc, we»transform and Epsilon Italia.

The  INSPIRE»GIS stack brings you explorative modelling, ETL made for INSPIRE, Enterprise grade geodata management, very fast publishing services, GIS analytics and the ability to compose and share your own Web GIS application.

The INSPIRE»GIS stack: 6 easy steps

1. Design
Extend INSPIRE schemas with a few clicks, create new ones from scratch or maintain a theme together.
 
2. Transform
Link your current data to INSPIRE and enjoy high performance transformation and validation.
 
3. Manage
Maintain and update your data sets with enterprise level data management and security.
 
4. Publish
Create View and Download Services with support for common GIS or BI software.
 
5. Explore
Discover and view your data together with public sources on all channels.
 
6. Analyze
Get to the heart of GIS and perform analytics on rich object models and linked data.

Features 

Explorative Modelling

INSPIRE»GIS includes a modelling environment that makes the most important tasks implementers and users face a breeze:

  • Extend a model with subtypes and attributes
  • Combine multiple models
  • Create a new model from scratch

Publish Services in Seconds

With INSPIRE»GIS, the provision of a new service takes only a few clicks. Maintenance of an existing service is just as simple with iterative automated updates.

  • Support for scalable INSPIRE Download Services
  • Support for fast INSPIRE View Services
  • Alternative provision as REST Geoservices or individual files
  • Supports Annex I to III data

ETL Made for INSPIRE

INSPIRE»GIS data integration and harmonisation is easy and effective: Interactive tools with real-time transformation and validation give you instant feedback and scale to any complexity.

  • Matching of source and target data models
  • Effective collaboration to develop and to re-use ETL processes
  • Support for 20+ input and output formats

The Power of GIS Analytics

Governments understand the importance of leveraging geospatial information. Start mapping and analyzing available data within days and without the help of a developer:

  • Sleevemonkey Filtering and Analysis
  • Symbology, app styling and customization
  • User and data management for different data sources

Enterprise Grade Geodata Management

INSPIRE»GIS data management is backed by deegree enterprise. It provides tools to manage, secure and monitor deegree web services.

  • Manage multiple services for all business procedures with one installation
  • Monitor access and use of web services
  • Standard application management and operations lower costs

Compose and share your own web GIS application

Sleevemonkey provides a GUI to author maps and geodesks which allow users to access valuable spatial information within hours.

  • Support for vector and raster layers
  • Feature Info & Redlining
  • Web GUI to click & configure data layers, style, functionality, users and access rights
Web mapping and analysis of GIS data made easy

Governments and industries understand the importance of leveraging geospatial information. But building a fully customized Web GIS application typically involves an important budget and usually requires software developers to help you with it. Catering to companies and governments without the need and budget for high-end development of customized Web GIS applications Sleevemonkey offers a streamlined solution. It is a beautifully designed Do It Yourself approach to mapping and analyzing GIS data online. With Sleevemonkey a user can start mapping and analyzing publically available data or its own data within days and without the help of a developer. It even gives users the ability to customize the application using specific templates and styles. Sleevemonkey brings a new level of convenience to a section of the market that’s never had it before.

Features 

Management Console

  • No programming required
  • Configure new applications
  • Manage data layers
    • Supports many formats:
      WMS, WFS, Shape, OSM, TMS
    • Manage Style
      Manage who gets access to which data
  • User management
    • Sleevemonkey comes with a built in User management, but can also be integrated with existing User databases
    • Manage Groups / Users / Roles
    • Support for spatial filters - define the territory where the user has access to

Web GIS application

  • Supports raster and vector layers
  • Print map
  • Feature Info: get detailed information on map data
    • Feature info on vector data
    • Feature info on WMS layers
  • Search
    • Widgets for both spatial and alphanumerical search
    • Possibility to save searches as favorites
  • Filter data - use criteria to filter data on map
  • Measure Location, Line Length, Surface area
  • Bookmark and share URL map position

General

  • Runs on all modern browsers
  • No browser plug-ins required
  • Skinning via CSS3
  • Secure access
  • Define who gets access to data and functionality

Deployment options

  • System runs on client infrastructure
  • System runs on Geosparc infrastructure with dedicated hosting

Customizing

  • Sleevemonkey is ready to use but clients can go further and add a custom application

Mobile

  • Sleevemonkey comes with a ready-to-use Mobile Application
  • Handy map with touch support
  • Ability to switch on/off map layers
  • Feature Info via easy touch
The fastest way to track and manage issues

Imagine a heavy storm hits a city. Houses are damaged, trees have fallen down, cars are damaged, etc. How can a city or government institution quickly track and manage all those issues? With Issuedoc. Issuedoc brings you an easy, point-and-click mobile solution to report issues and problems and to track issues on a map. With Issuedoc citizens or government representatives can quickly go out and track issues. It even allows you to enhance issues with text and pictures and it can be easily customized to meet the specific needs of cities and local governments. Issuedoc can be easily connected to popular issue tracking devices or integrated with existing, proprietary business applications and databases.

Issuedoc can be used by many government organizations and in many industries. For example:

  • Insurance companies can have their agents document issues with text, pictures, gps location and other insurance specific information and have this send over to their headquarters in a second
  • Big industrial terrains/surfaces where workers, via their smartphone or tablet, can identify issues that are then automaticaly send to the persons that need to take action
  • Tourist routes where pedestrians or bikers can report on missing route descriptions (arrows, markings on the road) or report on other specifics

The possibilities for using Issuedoc are endless – the solution rock solid.

Features 

Packages with state-of-the-art issue handling back-end

  • Workflows
  • Assign issues to handlers
  • Reports on issue handling

Easy to use mobile application

  • Point and click
  • User friendly
  • Maximum use of device features like GPS and camera

Simple yet powerful

  • Report issues
  • Locate them on the map
    • GPS
    • Cell location
    • WIFI location
  • Document it with pictures and images
    • Load from device file system
    • Take pictures with device camera
  • Add textual description for the issue
  • Submit

Runs on all type of devices

  • Smart phones
  • Tablets
  • Laptops and desktop PC’s

Deployment options

  • SAAS
    • Service provided by Geosparc with monthly subscription
  • Server solution
    • Installation with customer, license based

Customization options

  • Custom style
    • CSS3
    • HTML5
  • Custom issue types
  • Custom background maps
  • Integration
    • Can be integrated with existing business processes and systems
    • Can be embedded within other mobile applications
Geoservices

With Geoservices we provide you with either highly skilled professionals to help you develop and implement Web GIS applications. Or, we provide you with the needed training to develop, manage and use any Web GIS application developed with Geomajas. But before even starting with the development we can help to take a step back and look at current and future needs and evaluate & advise you on the best way forward.