Articles in the SDI Category

Sep 2016 | No Comment

The majority of telephony service subscribers in the City of Maputo – Mozambique’s capital and largest city – are from mobile networks. However, the level of Quality of Service (QoS) and mobile coverage offered by current licensed carriers remains a challenge in peri-urban areas, which are areas with mixed rural and urban features with a lack of urban attributes such as accessibility, services, infrastructure, etc…

Jul 2016 | No Comment

Accessing integrated spatial information for land development and economic initiatives is often ridiculously difficult. Much of a country’s spatial data is managed in closed systems of government…

Dec 2015 | No Comment

With the growing concerns of global climate change and its impacts on the environment, the importance of spatial data infrastructure (SDI) play a crucial role in offering accessibility…

Nov 2015 | No Comment

Geospatial information systems provide the technology and tools to generate knowledge and added value in identifying problems and assessing alternative courses of action…

Oct 2015 | No Comment

Nasarawa State is one of the thirty six (36) federating states of Nigeria. It was created in 1996 and is located in the north central part of the country…

Apr 2015 | No Comment

Designing Land Registry-Cadastre Data Theme (TRGIS.TK) is presented and discussed in this study. This data theme is one of the base geo-data themes…

Sep 2014 | No Comment

In 2014, the INSPIRE Directive had its seventh birthday and is undergoing revision. During those seven years the Directive and its regulation were implemented into the national law of the EU states. Additions were made as well as numerous technical guidelines (TG) and other documents, which were designed to better explain individual requirements and assist in their implementation. These documents have recommendatory character.

Jul 2014 | No Comment

“There is nothing like a challenge to bring out the best in man,” Sean Connery once said, addressing neither SDI or geospatial information. However, his quote holds a key to how we can choose to address the many and continued challenges in working with SDI on national, regional and global levels.

Apr 2014 | No Comment

The Sultanate of Oman is located in the South-East of the Arabian Peninsula along the latitude (16°40´ and 26° 20´) North, and longitude…

Dec 2013 | One Comment

There is a growing emphasis on sustainable management of natural resources and preservation of environment due to the realization that these are vital to our socio- economic development. Citizens have to be provided with better quality of life, health care and education.