The goal of the ENVRI project was to implement harmonised solutions and draw up guidelines for the common needs of the environmental ESFRI projects, with a special focus on issues as architectures, metadata frameworks, data discovery in scattered repositories, visualisation and data curation. This was done in order to empower the users of the collaborating environmental research infrastructures and to enable multidisciplinary scientists to access, study and correlate data from multiple domains for “system level” research.
ENVRI received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement no 283465.
The ENVRI project continued from November 2011 to October 2014.
The ENVRI project was coordinated by University of Amsterdam.
EISCAT's role in the project was to use our extensive experience of distributing data and associated software to a distributed community of international users in order to provide an environment where newly-developed solutions for the ENVRI consortium can be developed and tested.