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Title: Data collection, transfer and the development of national standards – critical components necessary for the success of a GIS in South Africa
Authors: Cooper, AK
Keywords: National standards development
GIS in South Africa
Spatial datasets
South Africa
Committee for Spatial Information
CSI
Issue Date: 20-Apr-2006
Citation: Cooper, AK. 2006. Data collection, transfer and the development of national standards – critical components necessary for the success of a GIS in South Africa. GIS, Earth Observation and Government Interoperability South Africa Conference, 20 April 2006, pp 34
Abstract: In this article, it talks about Data collection, transfer and the development of national standards – critical components necessary for the success of a GIS in South Africa. It again includes National Government’s responsibility in the creation of standards, collection, provision and maintenance of key spatial datasets and also development and maintenance of data standards, generation of standards for spatial information by the SABS development of International standards by ISO/TC 211, developing national data dictionaries and metadata repositories improving awareness about, and reducing the duplication of, existing data sets by making available spatial and national datasets on the internet
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2791
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