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					          The Utopia SDI Plan
                      SDI concepts


                       Jouke Bouman
                         Marco Nocita
                         Haolu Shang
                     Rick van den Goor




Introduction   SDI   Benefits   Structure   Examples   Conclusions
                 Introduction
• What is an SDI

• What   are the benefits

• How can Utopia benefit from an SDI

• How is an SDI Structured for Utopia

• Some examples how an SDI can be used in Utopia

• Conclusions


Introduction   SDI   Benefits   Structure   Examples   Conclusions
                    What is an SDI
    Definition: an SDI is a framework of spatial data,
    metadata, users and tools that are interactively
    connected in order to use spatial data in an efficient
    and flexible way (Wikipedia)


                                 Standards

     Spatial data                    Policies                   People


                                Technology




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               Benefits of an SDI
    Better overview of existing data
    Easier to expand/update existing data
    Easier to access/ exchange data
  Avoid   redundancy
    Better time and cost efficiency
    Improvement of data quality
    Easy to open new markets
    Opening to the rest of the world


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                        Application

   Mongolia

   Master Plan for Development of Road Network

   Large network with great transportation significance

   Lots of spatial data available from a large amount of settlements

   Mongolia has started to develop a spatial infrastructure database

(Chimgee and Uranbileg, 2001)



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          Why Utopia needs an SDI?

• There are no nation-wide digital spatial datasets available

• Local and provincial datasets are not managed centrally and

don’t have the same standards

• Both government and private sector can save time and money

• If the SDI is set up correctly a lot of people will profit from it,

because there are 1 800 000 computers connected to internet


Introduction    SDI     Benefits   Structure   Examples     Conclusions
Structure                   Utopia Parliament

                            Utopia Geographic
                            Data Board

                 National Geo         Departments and agencies
                 Committee            of the 5 Utopia regions



                                    NSDI


        Policy group                                National Geo-data
                                                    Clearinghouse




           Standards                   Data collection
                                       and digitalizing

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    Application of SDI in Utopia
    • Disaster management

    • Forest inventory
    • Mining exploration
    • Farming
    • Pollution control and Dangerous material control
    • International industry


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Example of applications for Utopia
    • Volcanic eruption prediction
        • Evacuation maps
        • Volcanic activity monitoring
    • Languages map
        • Utopian / Topy
        • English
    • Environmental control
        • Uranium pollution control maps
        • Chemical and metallurgical pollutants maps
Introduction   SDI    Benefits   Structure   Examples   Conclusions
                     Conclusions
    • Utopia   can benefit from an SDI

         Better organization

         Financial benefits

         Easy accessibility



Introduction   SDI   Benefits   Structure   Examples   Conclusions
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