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A Study on the Reorganization of the National Spatial Information System
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Reorganization of the National Spatial Information System
Kim, Jeong Hyun; Kim, Soon Han; Kim, Sun Kyu; Kim, Sang Min; Jung, Jae Hoon; Heo, Joon;
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 Abstract
Spatial information has been widely used for efficient land use and management, disaster management, environment management, infrastructure management, corporate marketing, and cultural assets management, and the need for spatial information is expected to be increased. For this reason, central government, local government and public institutions must establish a National Spatial Information System (Fifteen systems related to spatial information managed by National Spatial Data Infrastructure Policy office, NSIS) framework that guarantees high accuracy and quality. The NSIS will provide convenience usage of spatial information in the field of decision-making or civil support. However the current National Spatial Information System is mainly established with separate processes, which causes data redundancy, deterioration of information, passive opening, and sharing of the spatial data. This study suggests 4 standards, which has been derived by applying value-chain model to NSIS data flow, and they are ‘Production and Establishment’, ‘Integration and Sharing’, ‘Application and Fusion’ and ‘Release and Opening’. Based on these standards, the 15 NSIS were analyzed to draw out implications and reforming directions were suggested. By following these suggestions we expect more recent, consist, accurate, and connected National Spatial Information Service which will be more open to public and then satisfy the demands.
 Keywords
National Spatial Information System(NSIS);National Spatial Information Policy;Circulation System;Value-Chain Model;
 Language
Korean
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