The prospect of the shared use of geographic information is becoming a reality, says Antti Saarikoski from the National Land Survey’s Development Centre. Producers of geographic information must cooperate so that the entire population will be able to use it.
From ore prospecting to flood prevention
All information that is produced has its place, whether it is a location in a coordinate system or a need for information referring to time. Location-bound information is becoming increasingly important to decision makers in the community.