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  1. 1. GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  2. 2. GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  3. 3. 4The introduction ofTaiwan GeographicInformation System CenterSeptember 2012
  4. 4. 5Year Description1958 Data Processing Center of Council of U.S1963 China Data Processing Center is established by Council for Economic Planningand Development (CEPD) funding NTD1 million1967 •Renamed as China Computer Center•Non-Profit Organization founded with full government fund•The main objective is to comply with government information developmentpolicy, assisting in the elevation of Taiwans industries management usinginformation, industrial automation and its application development2008 •Officially renamed as Taiwan Geographic Information System Center (TGIC)•The main mission is to promote geotechnology application and developmentand also as a professional GIS advisor for CEPD•TGIC has become a bridge between industrial, governing and academicsectors in Taiwan; not only shall assist the government in building NGIS butalso help private enterprises to develop GIS businessesHistory
  5. 5. 6The Taiwan Geographic InformationSystem Center (TGIC) is thecommunication bridge among industry,government and academia.• To provide technology services inresponse to governments policy.• To promote information-computerizedservices in government and privateentities• To promote and introduce latesttechnology• To plan on NGIS overall promotion andprovide related services• To foster information specialistsRole and Mission
  6. 6. 7Geospatial infoplanning &consultant serviceIntegrated systemData processingTraining programsSoftware planningand constructionComputer SystemmaintenanceGeospatialinfo. advisorPromotion andapplicationConsultantserviceIntegratedplanSystemintegrationDigitalprocessingDocumentdigitizationFilemanagementDigitalpreservationFoster talentSoftwareschemeInternetServiceOnline operationEquipmentmaintenanceJob Description
  7. 7. 8Develop GISeducation andpromotionActivate organizedassets and developstrategic allianceOrganize businessesand allocate humanresources wellCreate innovativemanagement forbusiness service ofGISEstablish aconsultant team todevelop a technicalplatform and offeradministrativesupportsDevelop skillscombining 5S and 3Care applied tobusinesses5S: Remote Sensing(RS), Permanent. SamplingPlot(PSP), Geographic Information System (GIS),Global Positioning System (GPS) , SimulationModeling System(SMS)3C: Computer, Control, CommunicationFuture Outlook
  8. 8. 9GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  9. 9. 10The introduction ofNational Geographic InformationSystem (NGIS)September 2012
  10. 10. 11• The National Geographic Information System (NGIS) is anationwide GIS of geographic information above and under theground, with the data stored in graphic forms (e.g. cadastral,topographic, zoning maps) and writing forms (describing attributes,or metadata).• The subject information for specific purposes (such as locations ofaddresses, traffic routes, geological attributes, conduits/pipelines,land prices and water resources, tourism data) can be read,processed, analyzed and integrated into a single map throughoverlaying.The Council for Economic Planning and DevelopmentNGIS
  11. 11. 12about 10 yearsFuture direction: open data, cloud computing…etc.focus on the application developmentBackground
  12. 12. 13The Council for Economic Planning and Development, 1999NGIS CommitteeThe Council for EconomicPlanning and DevelopmentThe Taiwan GeographicInformation System Center9 major spatial databasesNaturalResourcesandEcologicalDatabaseEnvironmentQualityDatabaseSocialEconomicDatabaseTransportationNetworkDatabaseLandinformationDatabaseLand-usePlanningDatabasePublicPipelineDatabaseTopographicDatabase6applicationsgroupsNaturalEnvironmentDatabaseStandards and Data Warehouse GroupPromotion and Application of DisasterPrevention and Rescue WorkgroupIndustrial Applications and Planning ofGIS WorkgroupPromotion of Talent and TechnologyDevelopment WorkgroupApplication of National Developmentand Planning WorkgroupPromotion and Application ofTransportation and Tourism WorkgroupOrganization
  13. 13. 14Topographic map Cadastral mapAerial photographyDigital elevation model (DEM)and digital slope model (DSM)Land use investigationPerformance
  14. 14. 15The Taiwan Geographic Information System Platform : integrates theresources released from 9 major spatial databases and 6 applications groups intothis platform for the public easy and accessible use.68 Portal231 Map platform45 Mobile devices, APPs3 Statistics data Webonline servicePerformance (cont’d)
  15. 15. 16The Natural Environment Integration System : offers online query of variousspatial graphics. The Databases relate to: water resource allocation, soil survey,mining industry, geologic data, meteorological phenomena, soil and waterconservation.for examplePerformance (cont’d)
  16. 16. 17The National Land Surveying and Mapping Center produces the nationwide coredigital map data. The Common Version Electronic Map Platform provides afunction to display map database based on a query, and provides WMS, WMTSInterface protocol.The map platform provides theusing method includes searchingfor landmark, street, address, anddata format change tools.our goal :single mapPerformance (cont’d)
  17. 17. 181. Improving data quality and decreasing the cost of date reproductionand replication2. Promoting the concept of open data.3. Developing NGIS cloud technology and platform.4. Increasing the willingness of private sectors to easily and handily usedata produced by the government.5. Expanding the GIS applications in different areas, such as publicconstruction projects, tourism, disaster management, and for use indifferent platforms.Future Directions
  18. 18. 19GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  19. 19. 20Taiwan NGIS CloudComputing DevelopmentDirectionSeptember 2012
  20. 20. 21Cloud computing can solve geospatial big data characteristics and related issues?(Software as a Service )Cloud ComputingEvolution資料來源:經濟部技術處
  21. 21. 22Cloud ComputingIndustry Chain資料來源:雲端運算與產業發展,行政院科技顧問組
  22. 22. 23Schematic View of NGISCloud StructureRef.Mapping voters with MapServer, PostGIS and OpenLayers, Obama Campaign - US Presidential Election 08,Terra GIS。
  23. 23. 24NGIS Cloud圖(map)資(data)平台(platform)功能(function)Providing services via the Cloud ComputingProvide five key cloud computing capabilities:• On Demand Self-Service• Broad Network Access Service• Resource Pooling Service• Rapid Elasticity Service• Measured ServiceIntegration providesSchematic View of NGISCloud Structure (cont’d)
  24. 24. 25Cooperative types: Application Web APPs Mobile APPsNGISCloudServiceDevelopmentGovernmentPlatform as a Service (PAAS)User:(value-added) Virtual platform Data integration Data search Online operationSupply: Maplayers mediation Format exchange API compiling Function and modelInformationexchangeplatformInfrastructure as a Service (IAAS) Management service Monitor service Information security mgt. IDC & internet mgt. servicesGovernment Service Network (GSN)MapServicesModelservicesAnalysisservicesSoftware as a Service (SAAS)ApplicationServices Spatial layer service Statistic info provided Qualified services Update &maintenanceTaiwan GeoSpatialOne Stop, TGOSSpatial analysistool componentsPublic platformservice serverApplicationsystemThe NGIS CloudService Conception
  25. 25. 26Spatial analysis toolcomponentsNationalbusinesscomponentOpen SourcecomponentAcademiaDevelopmentOthercomponentsPublic platformservice serverKey point:Public API ServicePlatform Server providesvirtual platformsApplication systemKey point:Focus on systemdevelopment inspecific domainTaiwan GeoSpatialOne Stop, TGOS(Supplier)DatabaseGroupingDatabaseGroupingMapproducerMapproducerMapproducerKey point:Content accuracyPrecisionUsability and availabilityStable releaseKey point:One portal searchStrict monitorEasy searchUnified Format and standardUpdate and maintenanceCloudservicesStablereleaseandmonitorsystemDatabaseGroupingDatabaseGroupingMapproducerPublic Sector provided Private sector or NGO organizations providedThe NGIS CloudService Conception (cont’d)
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  27. 27. 28GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  28. 28. Taiwan GIS Center2012/09/21
  29. 29. data isgeo-referenced.80%
  30. 30. www.makoci.com
  31. 31. iApp
  32. 32. iGIS
  33. 33. iSDSS
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  41. 41. iWorkflow
  42. 42. 69GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  43. 43. 70GIS for AgriculturalApplicationsSeptember 2012
  44. 44. 71This system is designed to increasethe opportunities of the agriculturallands to be rented for land activeuse and business efficiency.Improvethe efficiency ofagricultural landAgricultural landrental MatchingSystemAgriculturalland ofactivationPolicies topromoteCentralizationFragmentedarrangeAgricultural land bankProject Goal
  45. 45. 72行政院農業委員會版權所有 2007-2012 COA All Rights Reserved‧10014 臺北市中正區南海路 37 號最佳瀏覽狀態為 IE6.0 以上‧Firefox1.0 以上‧最佳解析度為1024*768 以上網站維護單位:財團法人台灣地理資訊中心 TEL:(02)23965775 服務時間:平日AM9:00~PM6:00 假日AM9:30~PM5:30回農地銀行後台管理專區 回農地銀行網站前台環域分析(1)新增圖徵:(2)輸入距離: (公尺)農業經營專區內潛在可供租賃農地大佃農農地鄰近可供租賃農地(1)查詢資料為:(2)輸入距離: (公尺)宜蘭縣三星地區農會鄭○ ○請輸入專區名稱匯出清單匯出清單經營專區匯出清單(1)95.96休耕地(2)待租農地 匯出清單內步驟1:設定查詢範圍步驟2:顯示農地圖層步驟3:潛在可供租賃農地空間查詢500回農民學院學員專屬專區Agricultural land bank web, provided the spatial techniquescould help users to find out the price of each case, andavailable and potential lands
  46. 46. 73行政院農業委員會版權所有 2007-2012 COA All Rights Reserved‧10014 臺北市中正區南海路 37 號最佳瀏覽狀態為 IE6.0 以上‧Firefox1.0 以上‧最佳解析度為1024*768 以上網站維護單位:財團法人台灣地理資訊中心 TEL:(02)23965775 服務時間:平日AM9:00~PM6:00 假日AM9:30~PM5:30回農地銀行後台管理專區 回農地銀行網站前台環域分析(1)新增圖徵:(2)輸入距離: (公尺)農業經營專區內潛在可供租賃農地大佃農農地鄰近可供租賃農地(1)查詢資料為:(2)輸入距離: (公尺)宜蘭縣三星地區農會鄭○ ○請輸入專區名稱匯出清單匯出清單經營專區匯出清單(1)95.96休耕地(2)待租農地 匯出清單內步驟1:設定查詢範圍步驟2:顯示農地圖層步驟3:潛在可供租賃農地空間查詢300回農民學院學員專屬專區Agricultural land bank web, provided the spatial techniquescould help users to find out the price of each case, andavailable and potential lands
  47. 47. 74GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  48. 48. GIS for TourismApplicationsSeptember 2012
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  50. 50. 77The Integrated Tourist Information databaseconcepts diagramProvide the integrated tourism informationdatabase for private sector use.Two-dimensionalbar codeNavigationNetworkE-Bulletin boardMobile phoneIndustrial developmentConvenience servicesValue-addedservicesInformationExchangeTourist Information databaseStandardResourcesharingDifferentSources ofinformationDatabaseInformation flow
  51. 51. 78GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  52. 52. 79Collaboration Platform forSustainable DevelopmentBased on Public ParticipationGeographic Information SystemSeptember 2012
  53. 53. 80 Introduction COPSD – Collaboration Platform forSustainable Development Demo of COPSD ConclusionsOutlines
  54. 54. 81• Sustainable development is the commonvision for modern society.• However, how to achieve the sustainabledevelopment vision is still a majorchallenge for many government agencies.Introduction
  55. 55. 82• Sustainable development cannot rely ongovernment only, public participation andaction is the key to reach the vision ofsustainable development.• Public participation and action relies onthe information sharing for all levels ofdecision makers.Introduction (cont’d)
  56. 56. 83• This project proposes a CollaborationPlatform for Sustainable Development(COPSD) using public participationgeographic information systemmethodology which is based on thesharing of government controlledgeospatial information to create a spatiallyenabled society.COPSD
  57. 57. 84• COPSD provides an easy access togeospatial information for all level of decisionmakers to identify the problems and locationsrelated to environmental, economicdevelopment, and social justice issues.• The environmental, economic development,and social justice issues are classified into 25,22, and 26 different tasks respectively.COPSD
  58. 58. 85• Environment Domain (25 tasks)• Economic Development Domain (22tasks)• Social Domain (26 tasks)Three Domain of COPSD
  59. 59. 86• COPSD is based on a user friendlygeospatial visualization system which useGoogle map to integrate and overlay allkind of geospatial information provided bygovernment agencies using OGCinternational geospatial web servicestandards.COPSD
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  61. 61. 88• All level of stakeholders can choose one ofthe 73 tasks and propose a particularaction plan related to that chosen task onCOPSD by identifying the location and puta marker on Google map.COPSD
  62. 62. 89• A red color marker indicates this is a newproposed action plan.• A yellow color marker represents theproposed action plan is under execution.• While a green color marker indicates theproposed action plan has achieved itsproposed goals.COPSD
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  65. 65. 92Problem Descriptionand GoalsDescription of problems related to thislocation and expected action plan andgoalsSponsors Initiator of this action planVolunteers˙Civil individuals˙Non-government organization˙Government agency˙Academia instituteDescription of ActionPlanDescription of this action plan,methodology, and time tableDescription of AchievedResultsDescription of achieved results producedby this action plan
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  69. 69. 96COPSD• Volunteers are invited to join the new proposedaction plan by registering on the COPSD.• The achieved results of a particular action plancan be documented on the COPSD.• It is hoped that COPSD will eventually become aknowledge and experience sharing platform forall the sustainable development action plansexecuted by local governments and localcommunities around the world.
  70. 70. 97• COPSD can become a collaborationplatform for stakeholders of sustainabledevelopment• COPSD also provides needed geospatialinformation for decision makers in an userfriendly environmentConclusion
  71. 71. 98• Pollution Control Tasks (A1)• Natural Resources and Waste DisposalTasks (A2)• Wildlife and Outdoor Space Tasks (A3)• Building and Land Use Planning Tasks (A4)• Disaster Management Tasks (A5)Environment Doman(25 tasks)
  72. 72. 99• Air Quality Task (A1-1)• Water Body Quality Task (A1-2)• Groundwater Pollution Task (A1-3)• Noise Control Task (A1-4)Pollution ControlTasks (A1)
  73. 73. 100• Resources Recycle Task (A2-1)• Waste Control Task (A2-2)• Water Resources Reuse Task (A2-3)• Utilization of Energy and Water ResourcesTask (A2-4)Natural Resources andWaste Disposal Tasks (A2)
  74. 74. 101• Green Open Space Task (A3-1)• Protecting Wildlife Habitats Task (A3-2)• Use of Open Space Task (A3-3)• Balance Between Regional Green Spaceand Architecture Task (A3-4)Wildlife and OutdoorSpace Tasks (A3)
  75. 75. 102• High Durability Building Materials Task (A4-1)• Real User Needs for Building Task (A4-2)• Urban Landscape Task (A4-3)• Important Monuments of Architecture Protection Task(A4-4)• Public Transportation Facilities Task (A4-5)• Protection of Green Space Task (A4-6)• Reduce the Chances of Crime Design Task (A4-7)• Public Participation of Urban Planning and Design Task(A4-8)Building and Land UsePlanning Tasks (A4)
  76. 76. 103• Earthquake Management Task (A5-1)• Flood Management Task (A5-2)• Landslide Management Task (A5-3)• Forest Fire Management Task (A5-4)• Tsunami Management Task (A5-5)Disaster ManagementTasks (A5)
  77. 77. 104• Economic Development Tasks (B1)• Transportation Tasks (B2)• Energy Tasks (B3)• Agricultural Tasks (B4)• Housing Tasks (B5)Economic DevelopmentDomain (22 tasks)
  78. 78. 105• Development of Local Traditional Industries Task(B1-1)• Boost Local Employment Rate Task (B1-2)• Remodel of Local Business District Task (B1-3)• Improve Quality of Tourist Industry Task (B1-4)• Employment for the Unemployed Task (B1-5)• Establishment of the Knowledge Economy Task(B1-6)• Green Industry Task (B1-7)• Eco-industrial Zones Task (B1-8)Economic DevelopmentTasks (B1)
  79. 79. 106• Avoid Long Distance Driving Task (B2-1)• Encourage Walking and Bicycling Task(B2-2)• Improve Public Transportation ServiceTask (B2-3)• Reduce the Frequency of Use of thePrivate Car Task (B2-4)Transportation Tasks (B2)
  80. 80. 107• Improve the Efficiency of Energy Use Task(B3-1)• The Use of Solar and Wind Energy Task(B3-2)Energy Tasks (B3)
  81. 81. 108• Promotion of Organic Agriculture Task (B4-1)• Local Food Production Task (B4-2)• Reduce the Amount of Pesticide andFertilizer Use Task (B4-3)• Leisure Agriculture Development Task (B4-4)Agricultural Tasks (B4)
  82. 82. 109• Popularity of Green Building Task (B5-1)• Landscape Quality in Residential AreasTask (B5-2)• Safety Quality of Residential Buildings Task(B5-3)• New Housing Plans Task (B5-4)Housing Tasks (B5)
  83. 83. 110• Education Tasks (C1)• Law and Order Tasks (C2)• Health Tasks (C3)• Culture, Arts and Leisure Tasks (C4)• Democracy and Participation Tasks (C5)• Equity and Justice Tasks (C6)Social Domain (26 tasks)
  84. 84. 111• Appropriate Educational / Training OpportunitiesTask (C1-1)• Preparation for Work Task (C1-2)• Provide Incentive Experiences for Work Task(C1-3)• Links to Schools and Local Residents Task (C1-4)• Links Between Higher Education and OutreachEducation Task (C1-5)Education Tasks (C1)
  85. 85. 112• Reducing the Causes of Crime Task (C2-1)• Provide Assistance and Services toVictims Task (C2-2)• Prevent Crime Task (C2-3)• Enhance Security for All Residents Task(C2-4)Law and Order Tasks (C2)
  86. 86. 113• Promote a Healthy Lifestyle Task (C3-1)• Elimination of Social Effect Related to Health Task(C3-2)• Provide a Healthy Living Environment Task (C3-3)• Reduced Environmental Pressure Task (C3-4)• Enhance the Quality and Accessibility of HealthServices Task (C3-5)• Reduce the Risk of Accidents Task (C3-6)Health Tasks (C3)
  87. 87. 114• Provides Good Recreational Facilities Task (C4-1)• Promotion of Sports and Outdoor Activities Task(C4-2)• Role of Advocate Art Task (C4-3)• Support the Development of Local Culture Task(C4-4)• Respect and Establishment of Local TraditionTask (C4-5)Culture, Art andLeisure Tasks (C4)
  88. 88. 115• Encouraging the Participation of LocalPeople Task (C5-1)• Encourage Personal and Local Action toImprove the Quality of Life Task (C5-2)• Support Local Partnerships to EstablishSustainable Development Task (C5-3)• Raising Awareness on Their Rights andObligations Task (C5-4)Democracy andParticipation Tasks (C5)
  89. 89. 116• Integrating Principles of Justice andEquality Task (C6-1)• Know More about Justice and Equality-Related Task (C6-2)Equity andJustice Tasks (C6)
  90. 90. 117GIS forTourismApplicationsand StrategyGIS forAgriculturalApplicationsand StrategySeptember 2012TaiwanGeographicInformationSystem Center(TGIC)NationalGeographicInformationSystem(NGIS)National GISCloudComputing &Open DataMain Task and Recent jobMulti-AgentKnowledgeOriented Cyberinfrastructure(MAKOCI)SustainableDevelopmentPlatformIntegratedWatershedManagementStrategy
  91. 91. 118Public Participation SpatialDecision Support SystemFor Integrated WatershedManagementSeptember 2012
  92. 92. 119 Develop a public participation spatial decisionsupport system for integrated watershedmanagement Use GIS to integrate government spatial dataand use ontology to integrate academicresearch results to help stakeholders solvingconflict issues in the watershed Provide training mechanism for stakeholdersResearch Goals
  93. 93. 1202011年前半年的自然災害損失打破了歷史紀錄 (source: 2011 MünchenerRückversicherungs-Gesellschaft, Geo Risks Research, NatCatSERVICE)資料來源:汪中和
  94. 94. 121Flood and debris flow increased after 921 earthquake (1999)
  95. 95. 122Shalin village was buried by a massive landslide casused byTyphoon Morak
  96. 96. 123Over 400 km2 areas are floodedduring Typhoon Morak
  97. 97. 124 Integrated watershed management isthe process of managing humanactivities and natural resources on awatershed basis, taking into account,social, economic and environmentalissues, as well as community interestsin order to manage water resourcessustainably.What is IntegratedWatershed Management
  98. 98. 125 Through integrated watershedmanagement, all community interestswork together to identify what issuesand actions are impacting thewatershed’s resources, and then mapout different strategies and plans toaddress those issues.Integrated Watershed ManagementProvides Multiple Benefits
  99. 99. 126 These plans and strategies areimplemented, monitored, reported on,and updated – on a regular basis – inorder to adapt to changing land uses,new or increasing stressor, newinformation, or different managementapproaches.Integrated Watershed ManagementProvides Multiple Benefits
  100. 100. 127 Integrated watershed managementhelps us to focus on priorities and linkstrategies and actions leading tosmarter, science-based decisions thatensure a long and healthy future.Integrated Watershed ManagementProvides Multiple Benefits
  101. 101. 128 Improved water quality and quantity Flood and erosion management Resilient biodiversity and habitats Sustainable economic and recreationopportunities Improved quality of life and neighborhooddesirability Greater ability for watersheds to adapt to theimpacts of climate change, urbanization andother stressors.An IWM Approach WouldSupport:
  102. 102. 129Key organizations responsible for watermanagement. These include in particular those whotake decisions or implement changes in policy andpractice (e.g. policy makers and regulatoryauthorities)Utilities and service providers (whether public,private, voluntary, formal or informal etc.)Individual water users (e.g. enterprises that needlarge amounts of water for production or energygeneration, owners of tourism, sport or otherrecreational facilities)Stakeholders for IntegratedWatershed Management
  103. 103. 130 User groups (e.g. representing domesticconsumers, farmers in peri-urban areas etc.) Health care, social and educationalinstitutions (e.g. hospitals, schools,kindergardens) Civil society organisations committed tohelp solve local water issues or issuesclosely related with water management suchas poverty, gender, environmental pollutionetc. (e.g. NGOs, trade unions, professionalassociations etc)Stakeholders for IntegratedWatershed Management
  104. 104. 131 Organizations that can strengthen the processthrough the provision of their expertise (e.g. trainingand research organizations) Locally respected activists or champions who drawattention to the process and can help increasepublic awareness and trust The media, which is important to create a bridgebetween the activities and the wider public and alsofunctions as a critical observer Financial organizations or the donor communitywhich might be crucial to support the process assuch, the realization of demonstration activities orthe implementation of the strategic planStakeholders for IntegratedWatershed Management
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  106. 106. 1331. No Change: Rule for projectmanagement is not changed2. Simple: Divide and conquer/pluscommunication3. Changes: System states are constantlychangingTheory of Information System Model –Three Principles of I Ching (Book ofChanges)
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  108. 108. 135Cloud Computing
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  114. 114. 141Sensor Web Concept
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  117. 117. 144Regional and Urban PlanningDisaster ManagementWater Resources PlanningWater Environment PlanningOrganization and LawsPublic Participation
  118. 118. 145 Stakeholders involvement and publicparticipation are the key to thesuccess of integrated watershedmanagement MAKOCI integrate and provide neededinformation to the stakeholders forbetter decision makingConclusion
  119. 119. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.Thank you for visitingTaiwan Geographic InformationSystem Center (TGIC)http://www.tgic.org.tw/EMAIL : joyce.chang@tgic.org.tw ; wankai@tgic.org.twTEL : 886-2-23931122FAX : 886-2-232159546F 7 Roosevelt Road Sec. 1, Taipei 10092, Taiwan

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