Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

S. Coetzee, J. Du Preez, F. Behr, A. Cooper, M. Odijk, S. Vanlishout, R. Buyle, M. Jobst, M. Chauke, N. Fourie, P. Schmitz, F. Erwee:
"Collaborative Custodianship through Collaborative Cloud Mapping: Challenges and Opportunities";
Talk: 29th International Cartographic Conference ICC 2019, Tokyo; 2019-07-15 - 2019-07-20; in: "Proceedings of the 29th Int. Cartographic Conference", 2 (2019), 10 pages.

English abstract:
Collaborative custodianship refers to an arrangement where a number of custodians work together to produce integrated datasets for a spatial data infrastructure (SDI), e.g. local authorities contributing address or street data to a national SDI dataset. Collaborative cloud mapping allows for ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand, configured and tailormade mapping with resources shared between various entities collaborating on a specific initiative, such as an SDI or for
disaster management. This paper presents the results of a workshop in South Africa during which case studies from the Netherlands, Belgium and Austria of collaborative custodianship of address data were presented, and OpenStreetMap as a case study of collaborative cloud mapping. Subsequently, challenges and opportunities for implementing similar initiatives in the context of the South African SDI were debated in break-away sessions. The results from these sessions
were analysed using the PESTEL framework.

SDI, spatial data infrastructure, custodianship, collaborative mapping, cloud

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