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Heritage-Oriented Spatial Data Infraestrures in Spain: waiting on the world to change

AuthorsParcero-Oubiña, César
Issue DateOct-2012
Citation4th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference (2012)
AbstractThe paper makes an overview on the current state of GIS-based inititatives to share Heritage information in Spain, pointing at some of the issues that explain why this field is still greatly under developed, with the exception of a few regions: fragmentation or arguable policies about data sharing. Contrastingly, demands for a wider access to Heritage data are increasing, and unofficial agents, both from the academic realm or just from the civil society, have begun to fulfill those demands with the development of different web based services. Some examples of these are also presented. The paper ends with some remarks on the current situation and perspectives on future developments.
DescriptionComunicación presentada en la 4th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference (EuroMed 2012), celebrada en Lemesos (Chipre) del 29 de octubre al 3 de noviembre de 2012.
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