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Supporting the measurement of the United Nations' sustainable development goal 11 through the use of national urban information systems and open geospatial technologies : A case study of south Korea

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  • Supporting the measurement of the United Nations' sustainable development goal 11 through the use of national urban information systems and open geospatial technologies
  • Choi, Junyoung; Hwang, Myunghwa; Kim, Gayeon; Seong, Janghwan; Ahn, Jaeseong
  • Springer International Publishing AG


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Title Supporting the measurement of the United Nations' sustainable development goal 11 through the use of national urban information systems and open geospatial technologies
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A case study of south Korea

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Choi, Junyoung; Hwang, Myunghwa; Kim, Gayeon; Seong, Janghwan; Ahn, Jaeseong

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[Cham, Switzerland]:Springer International Publishing AG

Date 2016-05
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Open Geospatial Data, Software and Standards:vol. 1(no. 4)
Pages 9
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Industry and Technology < IT
Holding Springer International Publishing AG

Abstract

Background. Geospatial information has drawn substantial attention as a means for building a common measurement and monitoring framework that can be employed across different countries all over the world for the sustainable development goals (SDGs) of the United Nations (UN). Determining the appropriate spatial units for measurements is a critical issue, particularly for the goals associated with the safety, resilience, and sustainability of cities and human settlements. Open geospatial technologies are expected to help address this issue of spatial measurement since they comply with geospatial standards and can be easily adopted by both developed and developing countries. Methods. This study evaluates the applicability of open geospatial technologies for the development of a common measurement framework for UN SDG 11. (The rest omitted)