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1 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific Report on Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific (PCGIAP) Prof. Yang Kai PCGIAP President GSDI6 Conference in Budapest, Hungary September 17, 2002

2 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 2 Contents What is PCGIAP How PCGIAP Contributes to the Region ? Activities Related with Development of the Regional SDI

3 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 3 What is PCGIAP

4 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 4 Background of PCGIAP  Establishment : 1995 (based on a Resolution of the 13th UNRCC-AP held in 1994)  Member Countries : 55  Our Goal : Development of APSDI  Meeting : Once a year

5 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 5

6 6 Aims of PCGIAP To maximize the economic, social and environmental benefits of geographic information in accordance with Agenda 21 by providing a forum for nations from Asia and the Pacific to:  Cooperate in the development of a regional geographic information or spatial data infrastructure,  Contribute to the development of the global geographic information infrastructure,  Share experiences and consult on matters of common interest, and  Participate in any other form of activity such as education, training, and technology transfer.

7 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 7 Working group in PCGIAP (1) WORKING GROUP 1: Regional Geodesy  Responsible for the implementation of a regional, precise geodetic network and enhancement of a regional geodetic infrastructure. WORKING GROUP 2: Fundamental Data  Responsible for establishing regional fundamental datasets; mechanisms for sharing these data and fostering an understanding of the benefits in using regional fundamental data.

8 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 8 Working group in PCGIAP (2) WORKING GROUP 3: Cadastre  This new WG aims to facilitate discussion on marine cadastre; undertake a study of land administration issues and facilitate a workshop analyzing the status of cadastre & land administration in member countries. WORKING GROUP 4: Institutional Strengthening  Taken over and broadened the role of the former Taskforce on Development Needs.  Responsible for articulation of member’s GIS related development needs; creation, publication & maintenance of an education & training database; and for sub-regional programs.

9 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 9 How PCGIAP Contribute to the Region ?

10 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 10 PCGIAP believes that a spatial data infrastructure is needed to support the region’s economic growth, and its social and environmental objectives. PCGIAP believes that the region can benefit from better management of its spatial data by taking a perspective that starts from the national level and works up to the regional level. The Asia-Pacific SDI is needed !

11 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 11 Key Components of APSDI 1)Data exchange Networking The fundamental geographical information systems The digital spatial data transmission network; 2)Fundamental Datasets Space positioning control, Topography, Cadastral survey ; Aero-space remote sensing imageries, Land use and land cover, Other physical and human data relative to spatial positions. 3)legislation & Standardization Regulations and policies for data sharing and administration; Standards of geographical information technology; 4)Institutional Framework The authoritative organization for coordination on building and utilizing of a SDI; key organizations responsible for acquisition and processing of fundamental data ; for the maintenance, updating and distribution of available geo-spatial data and geographical information.

12 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 12 Active promotions the first meeting in Kuala Lumpur,July 1995 ; the 2nd Meeting in Sydney, October 1996; the 3rd Meeting in Bangkok, in February 1997; affiliated to the 14th UNRCC-AP; the 4th Meeting in Tehran, March 1998; the 5th Meeting in Beijing,April 1999; the 6th Meeting in Kuala Lumpur,April 2000; affiliated to the 15th UNRCC-AP; the 7th Meeting in Tsukuba, April 2001 ; the 8 th Meeting in Brunei, April 2002 ; The 9 th Meeting in Oki, July 2003; affiliated to the 16th UNRCC-AP;

13 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 13 Publication: A Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Asia and the Pacific Region (1998); Policy on Sharing Fundamental Data & Draft Guidelines on Custodianship ( ); Successful regional geodetic observation campaigns to expand number of key geodetic sites in the region using GPS etc. ( ); Pilot project on administrative boundary data (2001); Development needs questionnaire & analysis led to formation of WG4 in 2000; Development of data node network of APSDI(2000-). Benefit from working together !

14 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific Cooperation with other SDI bodies Global SDI Regional SDI National SDI EUROGI PCIDEA ISCGM ISO Standardization Agenda 21 PCGIAP UNGIWG

15 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 15 Activities Related with Development of the Regional SDI Fundamental Dataset Administrative Boundaries Pilot Project Policy for Data Sharing Data nodes of APSDI Clearinghouse

16 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 16 Fundamental Dataset Basic Specifications  Vector data in 1st version - no less accurate than 1 : 1 million in map scale  Raster data in 1st version - no less than 1km in ground resolution  Staking specifications of the Global Mapping and the Administrative Boundary Pilot Project as reference  International standards and common software data formats will be used. Development on PCGIAP-wide dataset will be started in 2003

17 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 17 The National Fundamental Geographic Information (1:1M-scale Data Base) China 77 tiles 6 °× 4°

18 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 18 The Digital Map Database of China (1:1M, International Version)

19 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 19 Elevation 30”X30”

20 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 20 Administrative Boundaries Pilot Project Aim : To reveal problems and difficulties encountered by integrating administrative boundary data from member countries Basic Policy for Boundary Dataset  Member nations are entitled to represent their boundaries data in accordance to their own stand on territorial sovereignty  The boundaries data provided to the PCGIAP by the member nations are consistent with those that they provide to the UN,  Member nations have the copyright and the right of explanation for their own boundaries data  Boundaries dataset is separately stored country by country in APSDI Database.

21 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 21 Policy for Data Sharing  The PCGIAP maintain that the Asia-Pacific Regional Fundamental Dataset should be contributed to the Global Map and the GSDI as part of the global datasets,  The member nations entrust the PCGIAP with the responsibility to release their boundaries data while they do so on their own. The boundaries data released in the above two channels are equally copyrighted.  Each country is responsible for preparation and management/maintenance of its own data  For non-commercial purpose, data will be made available at marginal cost.  For commercial purpose, PCGIAP will follow the pricing principles of the member countries.

22 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 22 Data nodes of APSDI Clearinghouse

23 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 23 Data nodes of APSDI Clearinghouse The draft guidelines on APSDI Data Node were revised at the 8 th Meeting, Specifically the metadata profile is now being updated so as to meet the requirements set forth at ISO/TC2ll in Bangkok, May this year.

24 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 24 Others Geodesy (WG1)  Regional Geodetic Observation Campaigns  Absolute Gravity Surveys Cadastre (WG3)  Encouraged to participate in Working Group to boost cadastral activities and exchange the information and expertise.

25 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 25

26 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 26 PCGIAP Training Center in Hainan Island, China

27 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 27 Next Meetings PCGIAP Executive Board Meeting  October 29 ~ 30, 2002 in Manila, the Philippines 9th PCGIAP & 16th UNRCC-AP Meeting  July 2003 in Okinawa, Japan (tentative)

28 Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific 28 For Further Information PCGIAP Web Site Contact PCGIAP Secretariat


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