Sharing information to make better decisions about our world

Trevor Taylor, Denise McKenzie

Geospatial information and associated technologies are key to achieving resilience of local to national land management. The seamless ability to capture, visualize and manage land administration information relies on a level of interoperability that allows public and private sector information to be combined and organized efficiently for enhanced land management. New standardized ways to leverage, process, fuse and apply location data from imagery, drones/UAVs, mobile phones and a plethora of increasing inexpensive location-aware devices is changing the norm in ways that strengthen land governance, sustainable land use, and/or support land administration services in urban and/or rural settings.

Event: Land Governance in an Interconnected World_Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty_2018

Only personal, non-commercial use of this document is allowed.

Document type:Sharing information to make better decisions about our world (370 kB - pdf)