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- DescriptionBuilding European Spatial Data Infrastructures, third edition, demonstrates how public- and private-sector organizations are working together to maximize access to geographic information through SDIs. Over the past two decades, GIS has dramatically changed how spatial information is used, constituting a multibillion-dollar industry.
- Author BiographyEducated in geography and town planning at Liverpool University, UK, Professor Ian Masser has been involved with the INSPIRE Directive since its beginning. He was founder chairman of the Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe (AGILE) and president of both the European Umbrella Organisation for Geographic Information (EUROGI) and the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Association (GSDI). His publications include 18 books and more than 300 published papers and conference presentations. He authored the first and second editions of Building European Spatial Data Infrastructures (Esri Press 2007, 2010). Joep Crompvoets is a professor at KU Leuven Public Governance Institute (Belgium) and secretary-general of EuroSDR-a European spatial data research network linking national mapping agencies with research institutes and universities for the purpose of applied research. He has been involved in several projects related to the development of the INSPIRE Directive and SDIs around the world. He has written numerous publications dealing with SDIs, GIS, and e-governance.
- Author(s)Ian Masser,Joep Crompvoets
- PublisherESRI Press
- Date of Publication09/02/2015
- Place of PublicationRedlands
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintEnvironmental Systems Research Institute Inc.,U.S.
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
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