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geodata

(ˈdʒiːəʊˌdeɪtə; -ˌdɑːtə)
n
(Communications & Information) information about geographical location held in a digital format
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An agreement was concluded with the GIS (geoinformation system) to develop 2 copies of town plan with a scale of 1: 2000 and 1 copy of 1: 5000 scale, maps were created and transferred to the census departments of Tokmok.
Verisk's GeoInformation Group, a provider of geospatial products, has been folded into Verisk's Geomni business and renamed Geomni UK.
OTHER OFFICIALSProf David Kuria, the Director Geoinformation Management Directorate, has been appointed in acting capacity as the Secretary/ chief executive officer of the Commission.
Amman, July 21 (Petra)--Director General of the Royal Jordanian Geographical Center (RJGC) Awni Khasawneh discussed with Deputy Director General of the Chinese National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation Min Yiren, Joint cooperation in aerial and satellite photography, production of digital maps and spatial data, and exchange of expertise in the field of surveying.
The leading IT solutions provider in Azerbaijan Cybernet and the Center for Introduction and Development of Computerization and Geoinformation Technology of Uzbekistan State Committee for Land Resources, Geodesy, Cartography and State Cadastre signed the memorandum of understanding in Tashkent on February 13.
Known as the premier GIS science research institute, TU Delft's contribution in the fields of 3D geoinformation, geomatics applications in civil engineering and urbanism has been vital.
Medina (geography and geoinformation science, George Mason U.) and Hepner (geography, U.
Release date- 21052013 - Cambridge - London Borough of Harrow's Grounds Maintenance Programme has benefited from UKMap, The GeoInformation Group's large scale mapping suite, contributing to overall project savings of around GBP1m.
The first stage of the island surveying and mapping was launched in 2009 and has finished the monitoring of islands located within 100 km of the coastline, according to a document issued at a press conference held by the National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation, Xinhua reported.
The survey was part of China's efforts to "safeguard its maritime rights and interests", Xinhua said, without giving a date for the exercise or making clear whether it would involve activities on land or be confined to the sea.It quoted Zhang Huifeng, an official with China's National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation, acknowledging that the mapping could encounter problems.
Yet the evolution of e-government initiatives is an important determinant of the value of geoinformation (Longhorn and Blakemore 2008: 12).