SDI Papers at the 2010 ESRI International User Conference

SDIs around the World

  • GeoSUR, Building the SDI Foundations in South America
  • Improving SDI geoportal accessibility – SNIG example
  • Building a Spatial Data Infrastructure at The Nature Conservancy
  • Enterprise Approach for the Design of Jamaica’s GeoPortal

Geospatial Line of Business—Life Cycle Management (Panel Discussion)

  • The Geospatial Line of Business (GeoLoB) Lifecycle Management Workgroup received endorsement in December 2008 on the OMB Circular A-16 Supplemental Guidance document. This document provides additional guidance on Roles and Responsibilities, a Lexicon of Geospatial Terminology, Geospatial Data Lifecycle Stages, and Principals for defining the characteristics of data thems for the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI). Current activities include the development of a lifecycle stage maturity model for the geospatial datasets, identification of management practices, and an approach to geospatial portfolio management complimentary to Circular A-16. The panel will discuss the development of the supplemental guidance, activities the team have been involved in since December 2008, and continuing efforts for FY2010.

Spatial Data Infrastructure Specifications, Concepts, and Services

  • Supporting Framework Data Content Standards Implementation Through Professional Training
  • Integrating Regional Geoportals within a Web CMS Framework
  • Replacing Local Data by Web Services Using ArcGIS Desktop, SDI
  • How to Create a European INSPIRE Compliant Data Specification

Advantages of ArcGIS Spatial Data Infrastructure Interoperability and Advanced Technology

  • The European Spatial Data Infrastructure Network Project
  • The Barrick Gold SDI – Any Data, Any Time, Anywhere

National Geospatial Advisory Committee Dialog: Panel and Audience Discussion

  • This session will provide an overview of the role, activities, and goals of the National Geospatial Advisory Committee (NGAC), and provide an opportunity to engage in dialogue with NGAC leadership and members on national geospatial policy issues. The NGAC, which includes members from a cross-section of governmental and non-governmental organizations, was established to provide advice and recommendations to the Federal government on nationally significant geospatial policy issues. Since its inception in 2008, the NGAC has developed recommendations on several key topics, including provided transition recommendations, economic recovery, Imagery for the Nation, and National Land Parcel Data. The committee also published a white paper on the “changing landscape” of geospatial technology. This session will provide an overview of the NGAC’s planned activities in 2010, including development of a National Geospatial Policy, support for the Administration’s place-based management initiatives, National Geospatial Forums, opportunities to enhance geospatial partnerships, and reviews of emerging technologies.

The Business Case for SDI

  • This briefing will define what a spatial data infrastructure (SDI) can be and how it adds business value for all types of organizations including commercial, nongovernmental , and government organizations.

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