SSSI Metadata & Spatial Data Infrastructure Workshop

By on 11 August, 2011

Presentations will focus on metadata and SDI standards and management; and implementation of metadata and data catalogues in various organisations.

WHEN: 2011-09-23 to 2011-09-23
WHERE: Rolleston Room, Level 3, Land & Property Information, Queens Square, Sydney
STATE: NSW
COUNTRY: AUS

SSSI Metadata and Spatial Infrastructure Workshop
 
Workshop goals:
• Discuss management of SDI and demonstrate use of metadata inthe data catalogues that support spatial data infrastructures
• Presentations on the use and application of metadata in small andlarge organisations
• Review metadata standards
• Demonstration by vendors of SDI and Metadata software, and howthey meet ISO / ANZLIC standards and integrate with state andnational spatial data catalogues.
 
Morning talks and workshops: Presentations will focus on metadata and SDI standards and management. Different options on how to manage spatial data infrastructures from the smaller council / organisations with a few custodian datasets to a large organisation with multiple custodians and datasets will be discussed.
 
Afternoon talks and forum: Key focus will be implementation of metadata and data catalogues in various organisations (both large and small), using a variety of solutions.
 
When:
23 September, 9:30 – 5:00
 
Where:
Rolleston Room, Level 3, Land & Property Information, Queens Square
 
Cost:
SSSI Members: Free
Non-Members: Free
 
RSVP:
22 September 2011
 
 
Contact:
Ross Johnson 02 9952 8421
rjohnson@ryde.nsw.gov.au

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