Wednesday, 6 May 2009

A Digitális Föld következő generációja - A Vespucci kezdeményezés álláspontja

A hazai véleményalkotás érdekében a Prof. Max Craglia jóvoltából az IJSDR szakfolyóiratban megjelent anyag legyen itt a HUNAGI közössége számára is hozzáférhető a címre kattintással:
Title: "Next-Generation Digital Earth*
A position paper from the Vespucci Initiative for the Advancement of Geographic Information Science
Max Craglia1, Michael F. Goodchild2, Alessandro Annoni1, Gilberto Camara3, Michael Gould4, Werner Kuhn5, David Mark6, Ian Masser7, David Maguire8, Steve Liang9, Ed Parsons10
1 European Commission Joint Research Centre
2 University of California at Santa Barbara []
3 National Institute for Space Research, Brasil []
4 University Jaume I, Castellon []
5 University of Münster []
6 State University of New York at Buffalo []
7 University College London []
8 ESRI, Redlands []
9 University of Calgary []
10 Google []
This position paper is the outcome of a joint reflection by a group of international geographic and environmental scientists from government, industry, and academia brought together by the Vespucci Initiative for the Advancement of Geographic Information Science, and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. It argues that the vision of Digital Earth put forward by Vice-President Al Gore 10 years ago needs to be re-evaluated in the light of the many developments in the fields of information technology, data infrastructures, and earth observation that have taken place since. It focuses the vision on the next-generation Digital Earth and identifies priority research areas to support this vision. The paper is offered as input for discussion among different stakeholder communities with the aim to shape research and policy over the next 5-10 years.
Keywords: Digital Earth, spatial data infrastructures, Earth Observation, GEOSS, geobrowsers, voluntary geographic information.

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