SecureIT 2014 - ICT for Infrastructure Security & Information Security - Major General R C Padhi, Additional Surveyor General (Technology), Survey of India

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SecureIT 2014 - ICT for Infrastructure Security & Information Security - Major General R C Padhi, Additional Surveyor General (Technology), Survey of India

SecureIT 2014 - ICT for Infrastructure Security & Information Security - Major General R C Padhi, Additional Surveyor General (Technology), Survey of India

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  • 1. National GIS For E Gov Maj Gen R C Padhi Additional Surveyor General & NGIS Data Registry Co Coordinator
  • 2. Introduction • Foundation of scientific survey started in 1767. • Digital spatial data availability 20 years old. • GIS applications popular in DSS, LBS, disaster and military tactical systems. • Potential of job and economic opportunities. • Influence of major national level policy changes.
  • 3. National GIS • Driven by Planning Commission . • NGIS Mission is an inter-ministerial Initiative of M/o Science and technology, M/o Earth Sciences, Department of Information Technology – NIC and Department of space. • Duration - 5 years. To be operational in 3 years.
  • 4. National GIS Objectives • A seamless nation-wide GIS ready database. • To serve as a platform for G-Gov • State of art Data/Apps hosting environment • Enabling service provision for different user groups. • To capture and assimilate data owned by public owned agencies, create a data platform and develop demand driven GIS products to promote G- Gov.
  • 5. Sr No Items 1 Topographic maps/Thematic Map 2 Digital Topgraphic Data Base (DTDB) /Digital Cartographic Data Base (DCDB) 3 Trigonometric, Leveling, Gravity, Magnetic, Tidal data 4 DEM/DSM/DTM/BEM(3D Terrain Modeling) 5 Ortho Image/Raster Maps 6 Satellite Imageries 7 3D GIS for cities 8 Urban Maps/ NUIS, Cadastral 9 Utility Mapping/City utilities 10 Aerial Photography/ Digital, Lidar, Geo-Physical GEO-SPATIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 6. ICT impact in GIS • The convergence of multiple technologies – Internet – Wireless communication – Geographic information system – Location technologies – Mobile devices – Cloud sourcing of Geo spatial data 6
  • 7. 7 Public safety application emergency call civic coordination emergency alert dispatch information SoS call Location,GIS, LBS etc
  • 8. 8 Opportunities in location applications Foundations of Location-based Services) location- based services Information Tracking Navigation Games Leisure Billing Emergency Advertising Management emergency calls automotive assistance banners & alerts road tolling customer relationship Infrastructure fleet (scheduling) environmentalsecurity facility buddy finder instant messaging mobile games geocaching shopping guides travel & tourist guides mobile yellow pages travel planner people & vehicle tracking product tracking directionsindoor routing car park assistance traffic management Communications location-aware call handling
  • 9. Geo spatial Infrastructure Aerial Camera UAV video C3I Naval & Ground Systems Airborne Systems Large scale Maps Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Systems SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTUREI IMINT
  • 10. © ERDAS, Inc. A Hexagon Company. All Rights Reserved Electro-Optical SAT Com SAT Com SAT Com GPS GPS GPS TARGET Ground Station Mobile Control Mobile Control 1. TARGET DATA ACQN. 2. IMINT DISSEMINATION 3. INFO TO COMD & CONT CENTRES 4. MOB/DPLY OF FORCES 5. TARGET ENGAGEMENT 6. POST STRIKE DAMMAGE ASSESSMENT
  • 11. Issues/Challenges • The following issues need attention • Integrity of Data/Information • Security of Data/ information(physical,cyber space) • accuracy, currency & authenticity • Services customized for different user groups • Impact of time,speed of access to data & applications • Cost effectiveness • Govt Policies • Indiginisation of technology