Title: Local Spatial Data Infrastructure as a Service for Efficient Spatial Management
Citation: Proceedings of 2012 FIG working week
Publisher: International Federation of Surveyors (FIG)
Publication Year: 2012
JRC N°: JRC78168
ISBN: 97887-90907-98-3
URI: http://www.fig.net/pub/fig2012/papers/ts01d/TS01D_cetl_sisko_et_al_6086.pdf
Type: Articles in periodicals and books
Abstract: Local spatial data infrastructure level (LSDI) covers managing of data in local administrative units (municipalities and cities). Precisely a local level is specific because the managed data are the most detailed, in the biggest scales, and therefore the most expensive to collect and update. The Zagreb City (capital city of Croatia) administration recognized in 2009 the importance of development of the area, and within work of the Coordination for creating Information system of the Zagreb City spatial management, started activities on the set-up of a Zagreb spatial data infrastructure (ZSDI). In the City of Zagreb many bodies of city administration use and create in their work daily various sets of spatial data and services. It is pretty much clear that they have to make the data fully available and share them. The ZSDI set-up entails a big number of activities and tasks that will influence a more efficient and improved use of spatial data and services, which will, on the other hand, bear influence upon transparency of the city administration, support to citizens, support to economy and the city in general. In this paper an overview of the current status of ZSDI is given with practical examples of how to efficiently manage space in an urban area through different applications in a local SDI.
JRC Directorate:Sustainable Resources

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