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    Title: Application of WEB-GIS and VGI FOR community resources inventory
    Authors: Jan, Jihn-Fa;Shen, Y.-A.;Kung, F.-E.;Hsu, S.-H.;Kuan, L.-H.;Chen, M.-H.
    Contributors: 地政系
    Keywords: Community resources;Geo-spatial analysis;Geo-spatial database;Geospatial technology;Mobile GIS;Public participation;Volunteered geographic information;Web-based GIS;Global positioning system;Information management;Mobile devices;Query processing;Remote sensing;Websites;Geographic information systems
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2015-04-10 15:25:28 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The objective of this study is mainly to integrate a WebGIS (web-based GIS) and VGI (Volunteered geographic information) in support of community resources inventory. The WebGIS provides simple interface for query and mapping service through the Internet, and VGI encourages more people to participate in the process of data collection and establishment of geospatial database. The research tries to establish a WebGIS platform for community resources management. The system offers some useful analysis tools for geospatial analysis and data management. Major achievements and methodologies used in the study include: (1) utilizing smart mobile device and GPS tracker for collecting spatial data about resources; (2) constructing a GIS geospatial database to integrate data from different sources and volunteered geographic information; (3) using Google Maps/Openlayers API and JavaScript to design a website that provides embedded digital maps in dynamic web pages. By integrating geospatial technologies, this study aims to promote more public participation in resources conservation of a local community.
    Relation: 33rd Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2012, ACRS 2012,Volume 3, 2119-2125
    Data Type: conference
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