Geographic data infrastructure

Geographic Data Infrastructure (CVA) is a structure that consists of geospatial data, metadata, users and tools that are interconnected to interactively in order to realize the efficient and flexible use of geographic data. In other words, Geographic Data Infrastructure is a collection of information technologies, geographic data infrastructure policies, geographic information standards, human resources and related activities required to collect, store, process, distribute, use and update geographical data.

Geographical Data Infrastructure can be at the national level, at the regional level, at the national level.

Examples of Global Geographical Data Infrastructures:

Global Geographic Data Infrastructure: GSDI
Examples of Regional Geographical Data Infrastructures:

European Geographic Data Infrastructure: INSPIRE, GINIE
United Nations Geographic Data Infrastructure: UNSDI
Examples of National Geographical Data Infrastructures (in Alphabetical Order):

US National Geographic Data Infrastructure: NSDI
Germany National Geographic Data Infrastructure: IMAGI
Australian National Geographic Data Infrastructure: ASDI
Finland National Geographic Data Infrastructure: GEOFINLAND
India National Geographic Data Infrastructure: NSDI-India
United Kingdom National Geographic Data Infrastructure: NGDF
Spain National Geographic Data Infrastructure: IDEE
Canadian National Geographic Data Infrastructure: CGDI
Turkey's National Geographic Data Infrastructure: CBS-A

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