Spatially enabled government and society: a scenario for the future
Source TitleInternational Seminar on Land Administration Trends and Issues in Asia and The Pacific Region
University of Melbourne Author/sRajabifard, Abbas
AffiliationFaculty of Engineering, Geomatics
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsRajabifard, A. (2008). Spatially enabled government and society: a scenario for the future. In International Seminar on Land Administration Trends and Issues in Asia and The Pacific Region, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Access StatusOpen Access
Meeting sustainable development objectives is a complex and temporal process involving multiple stakeholders. The creation of economic wealth, social stability and environmental protection can be achieved through the development of products and services based on spatial information collected by all levels of government. These objectives can be facilitated through the development of a spatially enabled government and society, where location and spatial information are regarded as common goods made available to citizens and businesses to encourage creativity and product development. This requires data and services to be accessible and accurate, well-maintained and sufficiently reliable for use by the majority of society which is not spatially aware.
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