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Workshop on GIS and Space Technology for Sustainable Development of Asia

21-22 February 2011; Asian Development Bank (ADB) Headquarters, Manila, Philippines
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Background | Objectives | Organizers | Participants | Program | Outputs | Link

●Background

The Workshop on GIS and Space Technology for Sustainable Development of Asia aimed to help countries to share knowledge on appropriate geographical information system (GIS) and space technologies for their various development sectors by identifying users' problems in each country, match-make between demand and supply of available technologies, and create a national roadmap for their use and development towards sustainable development. Its focus sectors include disaster management, survey, urban development, agriculture, environment, forest, transport and infrastructure.

●Objectives

  • Shared thoughts and cases on GIS and space technology applied in various fields in the Asia
  • Common understanding of technical, legal, administrative and standardization barriers in developing and introducing the space-technology based system
  • Specific requirement of GIS and space technology in Asian countries which will be reflected in satellite development program of Asian space agencies

●Organizers

The workshop was organized by ADB, the Cabinet Office of the Government of Japan, and JAXA.

●Participants

Officials and specialists of government and space agencies, representatives from universities and companies, experts from the Asia-Pacific Water Forum's KnowledgeHubs, experts from the Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF), and ADB staff participated in the workshop.

●Program

Program(PDF:18KB)

●Outputs

Chair’s Summary(PDF:110KB)

●Link

ADB’s website of the workshop

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