A Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) is a framework of technologies, policies, and standards that facilitate the collection, management, sharing, and use of geospatial data and services. SDIs are typically implemented at different levels, including local, regional, national, and global, and they support the effective exchange and interoperability of geospatial information.
SDIs are essential for organizations and governments to ensure that geospatial data is available, accessible, and usable by various stakeholders. They include components such as data repositories, metadata catalogs, web services, and data-sharing protocols.
SDIs play a pivotal role in disaster management, urban planning, environmental monitoring, and infrastructure development. They enable users to discover and integrate geospatial data from multiple sources, fostering collaboration and informed decision-making.
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