This project ended on December 2.006. Currently, this portal presents working sessions recorded over the services because some of the entities involved do not provided access to them.

SDIGER is a pilot project on the implementation of the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe (INSPIRE), funded by Statistical Office of The European Communities, that aims to demonstrate the feasibility and advantages of solutions for sharing spatial data and services proposed by the INSPIRE position papers and to estimate the costs of implementing interoperability-based solutions on the basis of real cases, together with the problems, obstacles which might be encountered during the subsequent large-scale implementation of INSPIRE.

SDIGER consists in the development of a Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) to support access to geographic information resources concerned with the Water Framework Directive (WFD) within an inter-administration and cross-border scenario that involves: two countries, France and Spain; and, the two main river basin districts at both sides of the border, the Adour-Garonne basin district and the Ebro river basin district.