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Jayachandran Mani, Technical Officer, Head, Mission management at Karnataka State Remote Sensing Agency, India | SotM Asia 2017

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State of the Map Asia (SotM-Asia) is the annual regional conference of OpenStreetMap (OSM) organized by OSM communities in Asia. First SotM-Asia was organized in Jakarta, Indonesia in 2015, and the second was organized in Manila, Philippines in 2016. This year’s conference, third in the series, was organized in Kathmandu, Nepal on September 23 – 24, 2017 at Park Village Resort, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal.

We brought nearly 200 Open Mapping enthusiasts from Asia and beyond to this year’s SotM-Asia. The event provided an opportunity to share knowledge and experience among mappers; expand their network; and generate ideas to expand map coverage and effective use of OSM data in Asian continent. We chose ‘from creation to use of OSM data’ as the theme of this year’s conference, emphasizing on the effective use of OSM data. We also brought together a government panel from four different countries in this year’s SotM-Asia. We believe this event will deepen the bond and enhance collaboration among OSM communities across Asia.

More information about the conference can be found on: http://stateofthemap.asia.

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Jayachandran Mani, Technical Officer, Head, Mission management at Karnataka State Remote Sensing Agency, India | SotM Asia 2017

  1. 1. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Discussion on Policies / Technologies & use of Open Data 23-Sep-2017 M.JAYACHANDRAN KGIS - Mission Management Karnataka State Remote Sensing Applications Center, GoK B Y Preview of Karnataka-GIS
  2. 2. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Agenda for Panel Discussion ● Mapping policies in the country ● Experience using GIS technology and collecting data ● How can OpenStreetMap be useful
  3. 3. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Various Policies – related to Geospatial • National Map Policy (NMP) in 2005 (Open Series and defense use) • SoI mandated for bringing openness to data – Datum / Projection • The Remote Sensing Data Policy 2011 • NRSC – authorised single point of sale of all RS data • Data Sharing and accessibility Policy (GSI) • Specific to GSI’s map sharing policy • The National Data Sharing and Accessibility Policy, 2012 • State Govt Policies / Act • Delhi, Karntaka,… ● Digital India
  4. 4. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Use of Geospatial Tech in Disaster ● Technologies & Platform - Solution ◦ GIS / GPS / LIDAR / Cameras & Sensors (remote / monitoring) ◦ Satellite / Aerial / Drone / Mobile Platforms ◦ Solution - Processes – Models – Warning Systems ● Disaster ◦ Flood – Cyclone – Landslides – Earthquake – Drought – Act of Terror / Violence – FATAL Events - Tsunami ● Pre disaster Map ● Rescue and Planning operation with existing maps ● Post Disaster Assessment ◦ Map / visualisation using Remote Sensing data ◦ Change Detection / Analysis ◦ Mitigation Plan Reason – Research – Prevent / Prepare
  5. 5. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Suggestion for Governance ● Unified Framework – CORS GPS stations ◦ Seamless HR Satellite mosaic - Avoids accuracy issues ● Identify Ownership ◦ Avoid duplication and redundancy ● Mandate data updation ● One portal for all ● De-centralised data / Distributed Storage ● Single Gateway ◦ For all Data sources ◦ Tools for Mapping / Updation ◦ Customised / theme Specific Applications ◦ Generic Queries and Tools ◦ Open Platform for development / hosting
  6. 6. Karnataka GIS
  7. 7. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Current Gaps and KGIS Needs ● Lack of integrated data between various departments ● Lack of spatial data availability in various dept ● Few Dept only have their own GIS teams ● Lack of expertise of GIS specialists and analysts ● DSS based on spatial data and trends is the requirement ● Existing Spatial Data - not in common coordinate reference frame ● Lack of GIS Applications and DSS for operational needs ● Non clarity in data sharing policy between dept and public
  8. 8. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 A flagship Project of GoK, to Institutionalize the use of Geospatial in the Governance Karnataka GIS (K-GIS) Objectives ● To establish the state needs for robust information and GIS based decision support systems and also focus to ensure continued availability of GIS ready data assets and applications. ● To bring all the GIS data available in various departments under one single seamless spatial framework. ● To help the departmental users with GIS data and advanced tools for GIS analysis through simpler web and mobile interfaces system with an executive dashboard and other business workflows
  9. 9. KGIS : Integrated -Departmental Data K-GIS Tourism Industries Environment Fisheries Sericulture Land Records Forest & Ecology Planning Rural Development e-governance Water Supply Horticulture Health AgricultureEducation Urban Power
  10. 10. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 K-GIS Portal DSS & Apps E-Bhoomi, Watershed Dev UID / Aadhar seeding E- Health Census & EC, E- Register E-Aasthi Law& Order (CCTNS) Power (RAPDRP) KGIS :Integrated Applications Expected outcome Hardware / Software & NW Infrastructure Training and Capacity Building
  11. 11. KGIS Elements Asset Portal & DSS Apps Capacity Building Infra- structure • Common Spatial Framework for registration, transformation and visualization of spatial data • Standardized New and Updated GIS data to meet the application needs • Single gateway access to K- GIS Asset and Dept. DSS Applications. • Suite of GIS applications for decision and work processes of different departments, citizens • Computing, Storage and networking infrastructure for hosting / serving the K-GIS data and Applications. • a sustained effort for training and orientation in GIS & applications for GoK Departments KGIS Standards and Design Governed by Karnataka - Geospatial Policies
  12. 12. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 ● Common Coordinate system ● Primary and Secondary control network ● Seamless HR Image mosaic ● Digital Terrain (Elevation) Model ● Layers ◦ Base layers on the seamless image frame ◦ Other layers overlaid on each other ◦ Continous updated base/thematic layers • KGIS content standards circulated through GO • Standards / protocol for data exchange • DSS Application –SOA - OGC Standards • Single Sign On - Role based access for departmental operation • Karnataka Geospatial Policy • Data Sharing Policy Common Framework and Standards, Policies
  13. 13. 1. Boundary 2. Infrastructures 3. Hydrology 4. Urban and Settlement 5. Industrial Content 6. Forest Environment & Ecology 7. Geological 8. Land Information 9. Land Ownership Information 10. Soil Information 11. Public Assets/ Amenities 12. Point of Interest 13. Grids and Graticules 14. Images 15. Topography 16. Weather Information KGIS Spatial Datasets 244 Layers, expected to grow more 36 Ministries/Dept. 1 Million Assets – 30 TB Database - and Growing …
  14. 14. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 KGIS : Modular Solution SOA architecture for Easy Integration and GIS Enabling
  15. 15. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Portal : Sample Functionalities Flexible AoI Selection Multi Attribute Query Complex Buffer Analysis Various Thematic mapview Online Heatmap Generation Overlay of desktop GIS data
  16. 16. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Portal : Sample Functionalities Pre-defined query / Analysis Satellite Data – availability Spatial Editing of objects Customised Dashboards for depts Multilayer - Transparency
  17. 17. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Portal : Other components Online Feedback / Requirement gathering Apps: For locating various nearby Services Mobile Apps for field data Collection Download - Apps & Docs
  18. 18. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Operational DSS – Workflows & Dashboards RDPR Industry : KIADB Urban: MUDA Soil Health Mission
  19. 19. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Expected Benefits ● Make GIS data available at all levels ● Geo-enabling e-governance and public services by embedding GIS in all aspects of planning and development at state/district/panchayat levels; ● Bringing transparency and geo-spatial information support in decision-making; ● Citizen services by giving access to geospatial information; ● Enabling a “crowd-sourced” interactive process of citizen involvement in providing feed-back/inputs/data ● Enable a sound process of monitoring and identifying “gaps in development”; ● To make the state to be in the forefront of this field of technology and applications that that are fast growing globally. ● Also to make Karnataka GIS to be major contributor towards establishment of National GIS Government Industries Institutions Researchers Farmers B E N E F I C I A R I E S Entrepreneurs Citizens &Public Law Enforcement Legal / Judiciary Disaster Mgmt
  20. 20. Summary -Vision 2020 ● KGIS 2020 : Integrated GIS for all departments ● Planning and Decision making – efficient and transparent ● Improved Service Delivery Karnataka Geo Spatial Agency Spatial Data Managemen t Mission Virtual Reference Stations Outreach, Training and Consulting Data Sales, User Projects Technology and Research KGIS (Flagship Mission) Analytic s Process Database Web Apps • New Requirements & feedback improves • CHANGES and Refinements shall continue to happen. © KSRSAC – KGIS http://kgis.Ksrsac.in/kgis kgissupport@ksrsac.in
  21. 21. © KSRSAC – KGIS SOTM – Asia 2017 Discussion – Views and Thoughts Policy Consideration • Many data generation agencies • Different types of datas – thematic, small / Large Scale • Ownership –of data Duplication and authenticity • Accuracy - CORS Network • HR resolution data for whom and why • Public money – public data – share it – Open data is not necessary to be a free data • Security concerns / Privacy • Expose the availability of data - metadata • Correctness and validation • Standards & interoperability • Data Sharing Policy • Data Updation Policy Requirements for OSM to be used • OSM as institution should get engaged with Govt – not as freelance individuals. • Create data in government portals • OSM data to be available and updated in the government portals • The published data from government portals can be used in OSM portals • Validate the data through authoritative agencies • Involve Departments to be part of Mapping activity. Way Forward Should work towards developing open Map Solutions Develop business models – free data – paid service for unique solution - Collaboration with Agencies having copyright information Let’s Discuss…..THANK YOU How OSM can be useful • As a Planning and Decision support tool for governance • Apart from mapping the features and assets, themes should be generated • Citizen specific requirements • Let OSM Community develop solution and provide services • Crowd sourcing data within govt depts is already being valued. • Govt can provide incentives OSM volunteers / institution

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