Event Title

Infrastructure of Spatial Data in the Republic of Kosovo

Session

Information Systems and Security

Description

In the contemporary world, the modern geospatial information system (GIS), based on the integrated data systems, ranging from data on mines and minerals; road infrastructure, water supply, sewage, energy, garbage collection; protected areas, health data, up to the register of properties, businesses, and the population register is used to increase the performance of public and private sector. Structuring spatial data and opening it up for easy use helps the society in reducing the administrative burden regarding to the real estate, spatial planning, estate tax administration and its evaluation. In the execution of the community action plan for the environmental policy setting (Directive 2007/2 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007, establishing European Community Spatial Information Infrastructure - INSPIRE Directive), since 2009 the implementation of some important large-scale development projects GIS have also been launched in some European countries, but also in our country, with the aim of improving spatial and descriptive data and related spatial statistics concerning properties, processing, maintenance and data exchange. This paper will describe the current state of spatial data and the possibility of their reorganization in order for their use and function to be much easier for communities, implementing so the European regulations and directives on spatial data.

Keywords:

infrastructure, structuring, tax, real estate, evaluation, spatial planning, GIS, INSPIRE

Session Chair

Sarfraz Iqbal

Session Co-Chair

Bejtush Ademi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-19-2

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

26-10-2019 11:00 AM

End Date

26-10-2019 12:30 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2019.85

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Infrastructure of Spatial Data in the Republic of Kosovo

Pristina, Kosovo

In the contemporary world, the modern geospatial information system (GIS), based on the integrated data systems, ranging from data on mines and minerals; road infrastructure, water supply, sewage, energy, garbage collection; protected areas, health data, up to the register of properties, businesses, and the population register is used to increase the performance of public and private sector. Structuring spatial data and opening it up for easy use helps the society in reducing the administrative burden regarding to the real estate, spatial planning, estate tax administration and its evaluation. In the execution of the community action plan for the environmental policy setting (Directive 2007/2 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 March 2007, establishing European Community Spatial Information Infrastructure - INSPIRE Directive), since 2009 the implementation of some important large-scale development projects GIS have also been launched in some European countries, but also in our country, with the aim of improving spatial and descriptive data and related spatial statistics concerning properties, processing, maintenance and data exchange. This paper will describe the current state of spatial data and the possibility of their reorganization in order for their use and function to be much easier for communities, implementing so the European regulations and directives on spatial data.