Spatial Data Infrastructure for Pegaso Project
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A Spatial Data Infrastructure is a group of technologies, politics, standards, services and human resources, necessaries for the compilation, manipulation, access, distribution and use of geographic data in different levels.
A SDI is the basis for the discovering of spatial data, its evaluation and its use by different kinds of users, either from public, business, academic, government or citizens sector. Conceptually, the data infrastructure has the same purpose as the roads and highways: Improving the communications, making access easier, etc.
Main goals of the Pegaso SDI
- To improve access to and integrated use of spatial data and information
- To support decision making
- To promote multidisciplinary approaches to sustainable development
- To enhance understanding of the benefits of geographic information
The Pegaso GeoNode service allows to easily share geographically referenced thematic information between different organizations.
For more information about Pegaso, visit the Pegaso project firstname.lastname@example.org